The Girls Scout Bronze Award is the highest Award a Junior Girls Scout can earn. Junior Girls Scouts are 4th and 5th grade girls. This award is earned as a troop not in small groups or as an individual.
The first section of this Journey is all about the individual girl. The lesson here is the power each person has to make things happen.
Agent of Change is the first Journey I did with my girls. I do like the lessons it wants to teach and that is why I chose it as the first one to write about. This HUB is an overview of that Journey.
At the beginning of each Try-it it explains what the Try-it is about. This is what I call the Spirit of the Try-it. In this case the Girl Scouts want the girls to learn more about different peoples and cultures.
This Try-it can be done all at one meeting, in two meetings or you can ask the girls to do one requirement on their own to bring to the meeting. So Mix and Match to fit your troops style.
With this Jr. badge my goal was to have the girls and moms enjoy themselves in a girls night in theme. I wanted to create an old fashion Pajama party and have the girls learn that taking care of themselves was important...
This Hub-page is basically going to be Brownies for Dummies. So if you have some experience with running a troop you might read some of this and say “no kidding”. Take what you can and try to remember what it was...
Having a parent meeting before you meet with the girls can make your year run smoother. Making sure the parents know what is expected of them and their daughters helps everyone. Knowing who can help you and how, helps...
So you find yourself the leader for a Girl Scout Troop. Now what do you do?
Since we all can't afford to go out and buy a brand new hybrid vehicle, here are some tips for making the vehicle you have a little easier on the environment.
I have so many ideas floating around in my head that I think others may be able to use, I want to share them. I hope this will help you make small but real lifestyle changes that can improve how you impact the...