Being a Girl Scout Daisy is a great way for girls who are just starting school to make friends and gain confidence. They have fun creative activities, learn about nature and science and explore the arts and their communities.
Girl Scout Daisies earn petals as they learn the values of Girl Scouting and explore their world through Girl Scout journeys. They also receive participation patches for attending fun events!
A typical Daisy meeting consists of games, songs, crafts and more, including attending council programs. Daisies can earn petal patches to wear on their uniform tunic or vest. Each petal represents a part of the Girl Scout Law, like respect, honesty, helpfulness and caring.
They also have fun earning other badges and patches. Girls learn these concepts cooperatively, so they make new friends and try new things together.
Daisy Troop Leaders work with girls to determine interests and decide on activities within the framework of the Girl Scout program. Parents are asked to support the leader by helping where needed, such as with transportation, group snacks, or family outings.
Interested in becoming a Troop Leader? Visit our What Do Volunteers Do? page for more information.
- Learn the Girl Scout Promise and Law
- Earn petals and patches to proudly show your accomplishments
- Earn Journey award patches for learning leadership skills
- Create arts and crafts projects
- Explore nature, and science
- Attend council and community programs and meet other Daisies and older Girl Scouts
- Work together to make decisions and accomplish goals
- Participate in Girl Scout Cookie Program and the Fall Product Program to fund your Daisy adventures
This all-in-one badge book and handbook is your guide to your Daisy adventure. It complements the Girl Scout Journeys by helping girls build skills to become successful and gain the confidence to do amazing things!
On every Leadership Journey, everything girls do—whether it's performing science experiments, creating art projects, cooking simple meals, or learning to protect the planet's water supply—is aimed at giving them the benefits of the Girl Scout "Keys to Leadership": Discover, Connect, Take Action.
All Daisies in a troop work together on the same journey, which is decided at the beginning of the Girl Scout year.
The Daisy Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting, the Daisy Journeys and all patches are available at our council's Service Centers and our online shop
Girls can wear a Girl Scout Daisy Membership Pin as a sign of their belonging to the Girl Scout Movement. Daisies also love wearing a tunic or vest to proudly display their petals and patches! Each troop decides which components of the official uniform to wear to represent their Girl Scout troop.
Fill our the Interest form on our Join page. We will be in touch about the best way for your daughter to become a Girl Scout!