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If you have read this blog for any length of time, then you know that I have never been a fan of the Girl Scout Journeys program. From the time I first looked at the Daisy Journey book when my troop started in kindergarten, my experienced teacher self thought, “This is age inappropriate!”.
My most commented on blog post in the past 6.5 years has been about the Journeys program (you can read it here). I followed it up last year with a post about Councils and leaders having a Journey in a Day program . The bottom line for me is if it this program is so important, why can it be done in a day? What have you learned in a day that was absorbed completely?
Leaders who need to do a Journey but dislike the program have flocked to this concept. Since it is so popular, I have decided to place all of the Girl Scout Journey in a Day resources for you in one place. Then you can pick and choose what you want to do!
Of course, before you make any plans on your own, check your Council’s website to see what they are offering for a Journey in a Day. When searching for resources for you, the events often came up at the top of the list.
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Daisy Girl Scout Journey in a Day
One Year of Daisy Scouts (two documents with HOW to do a Journey in a day or sleepover event)
Welcome to the Girl Scout Flower Garden (from Making Friends)
Between Earth and Sky (from Making Friends)
3 Cheers for Animals (from Making Friends)
3 Cheers for Animals (from Plant, Plant, Electro…What?)
3 Cheers for Animals (from Girl Scout Troop 2214)
Brownie Girl Scout Journey in a Day
Wonders of Water (from Girl Scout Troop 2214)
Brownie Quest Sleepover (from A year in the Life of a Girl Scout)
A World of Girls (from Girl Scouts of Nation’s Capital)
Junior Girl Scout Journey in a Day
aMuse (from I am Girl Scouts)
aMuse (from Girl Scouts of Nation’s Capital)
aMuse (from Girl Scout Leader 101)
Get Moving (from I am Girl Scouts)
Get Moving (from Girl Scout Leader 101)
Agent of Change (from Girl Scouts of Central Texas)
Have you done a Journey in a day? Did you plan it or attend a Council event?