Responsible for What I say & Do
Copy a picture from a coloring book. Have the girls color the picture. Have the girls crumple the picture into a ball. Now smooth out the picture. Note all the wrinkles left on the paper.
Explain when you say something bad or mean it will always leave a mark on that person. Some marks don't show but others do. A Girl Scout's job is to be responsible and not say things that might hurt someone on the inside. Discuss what words hurt and what words are nice.
Responsible for what I do can be as simple as having the girls always wear their seat belts when in a car.
Do a service project that helps the environment. Pick up trash around the school, park or playground . Talk to the girls about how each person should help take care of the earth. Maybe plant a tree or some flowers.
Get a big sheet of paper and have the girls make a list of Troop rules.
Have the girls think about what chore they could do to help mom do around the house and one that they can do at the Daisy meetings to help out, like take out the trash or push in the chairs at the end of the meetings.
They have a chart to take home and check off for two weeks.