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|Trip Planning Basics||Trip Planning Basics
Home Study Log
|GS101 Questionnaire||A Well Rounded Troop|
|Working With Brownies||Working With Daisies|
|Working With Brownies Questionnaire||Working With Daisies Questionnaire|
|Working With Juniors Questionnaire||Working With Juniors|
|Working with Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors||Working with Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors Questionnaire|
|Outdoor Learning Tutorials||Greenblood News|
|Camptastic Carnival||Virtually Possible|
|Achieve & Lead|
Short and Snappy
|10 Common Girl Scout Forms – Learn how to complete 10 common Girl Scout forms.
An Overview of Adult Recognitions 2012 – Share the basics of the Adult recognition program from the awards available, to how to apply for them to writing endorsement letters.
Conflict Resolution: Why Can’t We Just Get Along?
Writing Effective Adult Award Endorsement Letters- The Adult Award nomination form and attached endorsement letters are very important in the adult recognition nomination process. They may be all the award committee has to go on to make an informed decision to accept the nomination. Make your letters count!
|How to Have a Successful Cookie Booth|
|My Promise, My Faith Pin
Girl Scouts of the USA is proud to introduce the My Promise, My Faith (MPMF) pin. This award complements existing religious recognitions and allows all girls to further strengthen the connection between their faith and Girl Scouts.
5 Skills for Girls
Selling Girl Scout cookies has always been about more than just raising funds for troop activities. That is why it is called the Girl Scout Cookie program. Girls "earn and learn" while participating in the program. Girls learn skills in goal setting, decision making, money managment, people skills and business ethics that they can use now and later in life.
|Girl Scout Pathways
This Short & Snappy explains the six Girl Scout Pathways and how girls and adults can participate in any or all of them.
Sit-Upons have been a long tradition of Girl Scouts. What is a sit-upon? For the uninformed-it
is an insulated and (usually) waterproof pad, often homemade, used to protect the user's
backside from the cold and damp while "sitting upon" the ground! Share a variety of ways to
make a sit-upon.
|Diversity - Valuing Differences
Sometimes our behaviors, biases and preconceptions prevent us from fully connecting with those around us. This Short & Snappy provides two activities to encourage volunteers to think about how we acknowledge differences amoung our peers. You may choose to facilitate one or both activities. These activities are also great to do with girls.
|Diversity - Being Inclusive
Sometimes our behaviors, biases and preconceptions prevent us from fully connecting with those around us. This Short & Snappy provides an activity that encourages volunteers to think about the impact of non-verbal communication. This activity is also great to do with girls.
|Short & Snappy Questionnaire
To receive credit for completing a Short & Snappy on your own, submit this questionnaire.