Daisy Girl Scout Leader Resources

Are you a brand new Daisy Girl Scout leader? Are you trying to figure our how to start your troop?

I have some online resources for you!

Here is a list of online resources that new Daisy leaders can use for planning their first or second year of troop meetings.

Photo from Ivorymix

First, there is this blog!  I began writing it to help other leaders and I have hundreds of posts with resources for you.  Just go to the “Search” box and type in what you want to find.

Second, I have a blog devoted solely to Daisy Girl Scouts!  It is called Daisy Girl Scout Activities and you will find all kinds of information there just for you.

Third, there is my favorite forum, Girl Scout Moms at Babycenter.com  There you will find practical advice from active leaders. You will be able to ask questions from other leaders and find the support that you need from those who have “been there” and those who are new like yourself.

Here are ideas on why and how to make a Kaper Chart.

What does a Girl Scout leader need?  Here are some more resources for you.

I have many pinboards devoted to Girl Scouts and several just for Daisy Scouts. Here they are:

Daisy Girl Scouts

Daisy Girl Scout Journeys

How to Earn the Blue Promise Center

How to Earn the Yellow Daisy Petal

How to Earn the Orange Daisy Petal

How to Earn the Purple Daisy Petal

How to Earn the Violet Daisy Petal

How to Earn the Magenta Daisy Petal

How to Earn the Green Daisy Petal

How to Earn the Rose Daisy Petal

How to Earn the Red Daisy Petal

How to Earn the Light Blue Daisy Petal

How to Earn the Spring Green Daisy Petal

Makingfriends.com is a fantastic site full of wonderful free resources for Daisy leaders. It was my go-to site when I was starting out.

Check out the sidebar on my blog to see pertinent articles for Daisy leaders!

There is also my book Daisy Girl Scout Leader:Tips for Running a Successful Troop.  I wrote this as a guide to launch the new leader in greater detail.  No Journeys are discussed, as I firmly believe that they should be saved for the second year if done at all.

If you have any tips for new Daisy Girl Scout leaders, please drop in a share!

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