CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Feb. 23, 2017) – As Girl Scouts, Hornets’ Nest…
Get ready to spring into action! Representing Girl Scouts’ youngest age level, Daisies pick their name from founder Juliette Gordon Low’s nickname, Daisy. As Daisies, young girls take the first steps on a journey of self-discovery and awareness of the outside world.
Girl Scout Daisies meet in groups with adult leaders where they go on discovery trips, learn about nature and the world, and explore our local culture. As a Daisy, girls can earn petals and participation patches. Learn more about upcoming events and programs for your Girl Scout Daisy.
Daisies make progress along their Girl Scouting path by completing at least one of three fun and interactive Journey books.
Journey books are just the beginning. Girl Scout Daisies use the knowledge they learn to serve their communities.
Daisies engage in many activities to earn petals and awards to guide and record their achievements. The Girl’s Guide To Girl Scouting comes with a detailed diagram showing where to place badges on tunics or sashes.
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Girl Scout leaders are equipped with an awards log that shows every award available at the Daisy level including Petal awards, Financial Literacy badges and Cookie Business badges.