Launch Her Into Girl Scouting!
She's Ready to Become a Daisy!
If your girl is in kindergarten or first grade she can join Girl Scouts as a Daisy!
Daisies are Girl Scouts who get to:
- Make new friends
- Earn petals and badges while learning new things
- Make a difference through a
Scout Leadership Journey or
- Explore nature and the outdoors
- Sell cookies (and have fun doing it)
- Learn about herself and the world around her—all with friends by her side!
Girl Scouts offers the best leadership development experience for
girls in the world.
Our Girl Scout Leadership
Experience is a one-of-a-kind leadership development program for
girls, with proven results. It is based on time-tested methods and
research-backed programming that help girls take the lead—in their own
lives and in the world.
Research shows that girls learn best in an all-girl, girl-led, and girl-friendly environment. Girl Scouts is proven to help girls thrive in five key ways as they:
Develop a strong sense of self.
Seek challenges and learn from setbacks.
Display positive values.
Form and maintain healthy relationships.
Identify and solve problems in the community.
Start her on the path to becoming a leader!
Join us for a four-week session where your girl can make new friends, learn how to use new technology, and learn about Girl Scouts!
Not only will she make new friends, she'll grow in confidence, and build skills that will help her in school and beyond!
What Kindergarten Moms have to say about Girl Scouts
Invite A Girl, Get a Patch!
Invite even MORE girls, get even MORE rewards!
Bring a friend along to experience your new Girl Scout journey with you! Now through June 30, all newly registered Girl Scouts in grades K-12 who refer someone they know to also become a Girl Scout Daisy are eligible to receive:
An "Invite A Friend" Frog Patch
And It's Little Friends to Match!
Invite a Friend
- Spark initiative and curiosity about the world around her
- Learn techniques on how to manage her emotions and behaviors
- Feel comfortable following class rules and routines, and learn to do things for herself
- Retain information and will be flexible in her thinking in order to perform a task
- Maintain focus with minimal adult support
Build her confidence and stretch her imagination with these awesome coloring calendar pages! She'll find loads of fun on every sheet!
Frequently Asked Questions
We get it, you want to have all the facts and to make sure that Girl Scouts is right for your family. Explore our frequently asked questions below!
And don't hesitate to reach out to us any time!
Who can join Girl Scouts?
How do I join Girl Scouts?
Will my girl be placed into a troop?
Does a girl need to be in a troop?
When can my girl begin her Girl Scout adventure?
How can I start a Girl Scout Daisy troop?
Is there support for volunteers?
Is financial assistance available?
Girl Scouts serves girls regardless of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, economic status or disability.