Daisy click here Brownie click here Junior click here. Post a Comment. As the girls receive their patches of achievement, we want to encourage you to promptly get them adhered to the vest so the girls can display their accomplishments also so the patches don't get misplaced or lost. Some of the patches the girls receive are packaged with directions on how to iron them on the garment, but many patches are given loose, without directions.
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Affiliate links are used in this post. I hope your Girl Scout year is off to a great start. We have bridged to Brownies now but I am putting together the resources I used as a Daisy leader last year. Be sure to check out my other Girl Scout Leader Resources.
Select a grade level below to find out where to place insignia on a Girl Scout uniform. Girl Scout badges, patches, awards, and other insignia should be presented, worn, and displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in official program materials. Girl Scouts at each level have one required element tunic, sash, or vest to display official pins and awards when they participate in ceremonies or officially represent the Girl Scout Movement. For girls ages 5 to 14, the unifying look is a tunic, vest, or sash combined with their own solid white shirts and khaki pants or skirts. Girl Scouts in high school have the option of wearing a scarf that unites their look with that of Girl Scout sisters around the world.
Girl Scout fun patches are a great way to show off some of your accomplishments and interests! Wear them on the back of your vest or sash, or put them on a tote bag if you run out of room on your uniform. Check out these examples for some ideas of patches you can earn with your troop or on your own! For instance, if you join your troop volunteering at a community vegetable garden, you could earn the Community Garden patch.