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Ready, Set, Kindergarten! Give Her a Great Start.

Become a Girl Scout Daisy!

Play. Grow. Explore. Girl Scouts.

Think of the Girl Scouts Daisy program as your one-stop shop when it comes to building your kindergartener’s or first grader’s social skills, keeping active, and providing an extra bit of stability in this ever-changing world. Whether their dreaming up a new toy, learning about bravery, or helping plant a garden, you can rest easy knowing your Girl Scout is safe, having fun, and becoming her best self.

What do Daisies do?

Whether she’s into climbing a tree, painting a mural, or making a robot, she’s a Girl Scout. Doing her best is always good enough and there are no wrong answers or ideas. Daisy Girl Scouts:

  • Grow social skills through troop meetings with other girls their age
  • Find new ways to practice kindness, bravery, and generosity
  • Earn special badges and pins to wear as a reminder of the new skills they’re learning
  • Gain confidence and pride in their abilities
  • Learn how to run their own businesses
  • Explore the outdoors and spend time in nature
  • Try out tech and learn cyber basics that help keep them safe online
  • Discover how to help their community and make the world a better place
  • Join a circle of friendship and fun like no other

Download, print, and share this flyer to get other families excited about Girl Scout Daisies, too.

Girl Scout Daisies try lots of new things, but the thing they do best is have fun! Download the Daisy Girl Scout Launch Activity Book to get started (English or Spanish). 

Current kindergarteners and first graders can become Daisies today. Join now!

Try Girl Scouts with your kindergartener.

Does your child want to see what being a Girl Scout Daisy is like? Join us for one of our free online events below to sample the Girl Scout experience! While you learn more about the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, they'll boost their social skills and self-confidence, connect with other children, and learn to focus and thrive in a classroom or virtual setting through fun activities.

February: Snow Much Fun with Girl Scouts!

Join us for a free virtual gathering for girls and their families to engage in an exciting STEM activity, fun winter-themed craft, and more. Bring your FAVORITE hot cocoa and experience the fun first-hand! While the girls are engaged in their activities, staff will share the importance of the inclusive, all-girl environment of Girl Scouts where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves! Save their spot today!

Thursday, February 24 | 4:30-5:30 PM or 6:30-7:30 PM

February-May: Discover Girl Scouts Info Sessions

Join us at our Try It! Info Session to learn how Girl Scouts can help your future Girl Scout thrive! These sessions provide an overview of the Girl Scout program and how families can participate. Find an online event near you.

Please note: Girl Scout membership is not required to participate in our Discover Girl Scout events.

April-May: Make New Friends Series

In this free 4-part virtual series, your girl will connect with other girls in her community and Girl Scout staff each week to strengthen four competencies as she enters kindergarten: language and literacy, cognition, approaches to learning, and social and emotional learning. She'll make friends and explore her interests through fun and engaging activities! Register for a series today!

Monday & Wednesday | April 4, 6, 11, 13 | 6-7 PM

Tuesday & Thursday | April 26, 28, May 3, 5 | 6-7 PM

Saturday | April 30, May 7, 14, 21 | 9-10 AM

Become a Girl Scout Daisy troop volunteer.

Want to join the fun along with your new Girl Scout? As a troop leader for kindergarten and first grade Girl Scouts, you’ll expand their worlds through exciting adventures and skill building that will set them up for success in school and beyond. You’ll guide them, cheer them on, and support them as they unleash their imaginations to play, learn, and grow in life-changing ways.

Please email us at customercare@gsema.org to let us know! We'll contact you about becoming a Girl Scout troop volunteer. While you are waiting, learn how to start a Girl Scout troop.



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