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Here are the top ten articles for the Girl Scouts Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Daisy Petals and Their Meanings
Daisy Petals are more than just a pretty decoration. Each petal has a unique meaning just waiting for you to discover. Find out their meanings and why the petals are important.
2. Service Projects for Daisies
Daisies need to do service projects just like every level in Girl Scouts. Here are some easy to do projects that Daisies can manage, run and distribute.
3. Famous Former Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character. Here's a list of many famous former Girl Scouts.
4. Girl Scout Service Projects for Less Than $50
Here's a list of community service projects for Girl Scouts that will cost the troop less than $50 to complete the project.
5. Older Girl Campout Ideas
Cool campouts for older girls are hard to plan. Let's keep them interested in Girl Scouts with these ideas that rated high with older Girl Scouts.
6. Valentine’s Day Service Projects for Girl Scouts
Here's a list of 10 ideas for service projects Girl Scouts might complete to celebrate Valentine's Day.
7. World Thinking Day is February 22
The article explains the general history of Girl Scout World Thinking Day and provides an event description and sample agenda for planning your own event.
8. All About Bridging
Bridging is an important milestone in a Girl Scout's life. These tips will help provide an easy and smooth transition through the bridging process.
9. Easy Campfire Ideas
Looking for easy recipes to make over a camp fire? Then look no further! These are simple recipes that don't take much effort!
10. Getting Parents Involved
Are you finding it hard to get parents involved in your Girl Scout troop? With these tips you should be able to get volunteers whether your troop has been around for years or if you are just starting your first year.
Be sure to visit the Girl Scouts Archives for all the articles!
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