Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Girl Scouts. Get inspired and try out new things.
One of the most popular features on my blog these past few years has been the Friday Freebie posts. Leaders do not need to spend money on programming, as
Whether you fell into being a Leader, or have been dreaming about it for years, check out these tips from someone who just finished her first year.
Vicki Fernandez saved to Girl Scout Resource Guide
After tagging along to all her older sister's Girl Scout meetings and field trips, my kindergartner is finally a Daisy scout. She's so excited. Since I already lead an older girl troop, I figured I might as well lead the Daisies, too. I kind of have an idea of the things that work now and the things to skip or tweak, so hopefully this time around will be even better than the first. Poor older kids, having to be my guinea pigs until I get things figured out. And because I know how hard it is…
Are you a leader trying to find the best way to plan and organize your troop? I highly recommend the Scout Leader Troop Planner Packet from the IamStrawJenBerry Etsy store. Let me tell you why The best person to put together a packet like this is someone who has been where you are, struggled with
Heather Simms saved to Girl Scouts
What are your favorite ideas for earning Daisy Girl Scout Petals? I led my daughter’s Daisy Troop the past two years, with lots of help from a co-leader and some other parents, and we had a g…
Kim Walsh saved to Girl Scouts
This is a place for leaders like you to find ideas to use at your events and meetings. These ideas are great for a variety of groups such as Girl Scouts, Frontier Girls, Quest Clubs, or any other organization inspiring girls to be leaders of tomorrow. Along with 100’s of free resources on the blog, check out the shop page for easy to use activity booklets to help your girls earn badges, and plan parties and events to make planning a snap.
LAURA ECKERT saved to Quick Saves
Feel less guilty about polishing off that box of Thin Mints. Save the cardboard for one of these Girl Scout Cookie box crafts!
Naomi Arredondo saved to GS Troop 9150
Over the last few months my good friend and I began the process of starting up a Girl Scout Daisy Troop. I've made a few things for the group, and I thought others might appreciate having the printables. This doesn't mean that I will be blogging regularly about Girl Scouts--I probably won't. I hope someone finds these printables useful though! One of the Girl Scouts Traditions is a Kaper chart, which is basically a chore chart of sorts. We had the girls pick a "version" of theirselves and…
Christy Smith saved to Girlscouts
A couple weeks ago, Evelyn and I attended a Girl Scouts recruitment meeting. They told us all the troops were full and anyone that would join that day would need new troop leaders. Tom and I had talked about the possibility of me becoming a troop leader, but we never solidified our decision. Not a single person raised their hand and people were avoiding eye contact. I raised my hand, still a little iffy, but she accepted me quickly. The representative said I would need helpers and two women…
Cagney Holbrook saved to Girl Scouts!!! <3