These activities were assembled by Palo Alto volunteers
and are retained here for historical reference.
Unfortunately, because GSUSA and our GSNORCAL Council have now
transitioned to the Journeys program materials, we are no longer able to
provide any assistance in obtaining the badges/patches/insignia girls could earn
in conjunction with them.
Daisys can earn patches for their tunic called Petals.
There are many ways you can help your girls learn about the 10
Girl Scout Laws.
- One way is to read a book that demonstrates the
meaning of that law and them talk about it afterwards. To help with
this Jessica Rothberg has created a list of
children's picture books listed under the Girl Scout Law to
which the book applies.
- Daisy Center and Learning Petals
- Daisy Blue Promise Center
Learn the Girl Scout Promise
- Green Petal
Demonstrate the meaning ofUse resources wisely
- Light Blue Petal
Demonstrate the meaning of Honest and fair
- Magenta Petal
Demonstrate the meaning of Respect authority
- Orange Petal
Demonstrate the meaning of Responsible for what I say and do
- Purple Petal
Demonstrate the meaning of Respect myself and others
- Red Petal
Demonstrate the meaning of Courageous and strong
- Rose Petal
Demonstrate the meaning of Make the world a better place
- Spring Green Petal
Demonstrate the meaning of Considerate and caring
- Violet Petal
Demonstrate the meaning of Be a sister to every Girl Scout
- Yellow Petal
Demonstrate the meaning of Friendly and helpful
addition to Petals, Daisy Girl Scouts can earn a bridging patch
and several other program patches.
Bridging to Brownie Girl Scouts Award
- Invite some BGS to talk about Brownie Girl
- Visit a Brownie Girl Scout Troop during a
- Have girls look through the BGS Handbook and
Try-its for BGS book.
- Find out about three things that Brownie Girl
- Complete an activity in the Brownie Girl Scout
- Ask a Brownie Girl Scout to tell about some of
the things she does.
- Plan and carry out a service project with
Brownie Girl Scouts.
- Go on a field trip with Brownie Girl Scouts.
- Visit BGS at one of their meetings and complete
an activity with them.
- Work with your BGS sister troop to plan the
- Have girls make up a song for the ceremony.
- Have girls prepare decorations for the ceremony.