DAISY PETAL AWARDS CEREMONY

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Now that the girls have earned their Promise Center, how do you physically give them to the girls? Every Troop has their own policy on this. Some will wait every couple of months for an award ceremony. Others will hand them out the day they are earned. Some Troops attach them to a certificate, while others come up with a unique way to present them every time. It is always important that the girls understand why they are receiving the award and the ceremony below can help with that, as well as telling the parents why the girls earned them.

DAISY PETAL AWARDS CEREMONY

SUPPLIES:
Poster board
Cut outs of the Daisy Center and Petals
Tape

Leader:Today we celebrate what you did to earn (announce award . As we learn new things we help our Daisy Girl Scout Troop to grow. Every time we learn about one of the Girl Scout Laws, we grow up too, We are Daisy Scouts and we are growing up a bit every day. Let us say our Girl Scout Promise together.

Daisies: say Promise

Leader: I will place the Promise center in the center of the daisy and the girls will place the learning Petals they have earned around it. We will explain what each Petal we have earned stands for. (use the correct one from below)

BLUE: The Promise Center is blue. That is the color of our Daisy Girl Scout uniform. Girls with the help of an adult should be able to recite the Promise.

LIGHT BLUE PETAL: Honest and Fair. Light blue is a peaceful color, like people who tell the truth and treat each other fairly. Daisy Girl Scouts are honest and fair.

YELLOW: Friendly and Helpful. Yellow is a cheerful color, like a friendly smile or the warm sunshine around us.

LIGHT GREEN: Considerate and Caring. Light green stands for growing. We are growing up and learning how to be considerate and care for others.

RED: Courageous and Strong. Red stands for good healthy and healthy things, like apples. Red apples help us grow strong.

ORANGE: Responsible for what I say and do. Orange reminds us to be careful. What we say and do can hurt other people, or make them feel good.

PURPLE: Respect Myself and Others. Purple is a special color. Long ago only kings, queens and princesses could wear it. Purple reminds us to treat everyone with respect and expect everyone to treat us with respect. We are all special.

DARK PINK: Respect Authority: Dark pink is the color of excitement. Even when we want to rush in and do something, we must listen first, to our parents, teachers, leaders and other adults who know what is best for us.

GREEN: Use Resources Wisely. Green is the color of plants and money. We must take care of our plants and our money by saving them and using them wisely.

ROSE PINK: Make the world a better place. Rose is a happy color. The world can be a rosy place if we help protect it.

VIOLET: Be a sister to every Girl Scout. Violets are little flowers that remind us of friendship and sisterhood with the Girl Guides and Girl Scouts all over the world.

Adult: And now I give you (name the award) to wear proudly on your Daisy vest.

Daisy Song – tune of Twinkle Twinkle Little Start

Daisy Girl Scouts lead the way,
See us work, and see us play.
We can dance and we can sing,
We can do most anything.
We have fun and help each day,
Daisy Girl Scouts are here to stay.

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