Scout Week is celebrated each March. It starts with Girl Scout Sunday and
ends with Girl Scout Sabbath on a Saturday, and it always includes the Girl
Scout Birthday, March 12th, the day in 1912 when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the first 18 girl members in Savannah, Georgia.
you know that Girl Scouts used to establish seven days of service during Girl
Girl Scout Sunday and Girl Scout
Sabbath (Saturday) was a time girls attended services at their house of
Monday was designated Homemaking
part in a religious service, wear your Girl Scout uniform.
or sing grace at a meal.
Tuesday was Citizenship Day
do chores around your house.
- Be extra nice to your siblings. Do a good deed for
Wednesday was Health and Safety Day
part in a flag ceremony.
a service or take action project in your community.
Thursday was International
at least 20 minutes of exercise.
to see if your smoke detectors and fire extinguishers are working properly.
only healthy snacks today.
Friday was Arts and Crafts Day
about a country you would like to visit and cook/prepare something from that
what WAGGGS stands for (see www.wagggsworld.org
Saturday was Outdoors Day
a scrapbook of your family.
- Make a craft from recycled materials.
a scavenger hike. Find something in nature that starts with each letter
of the alphabet.
games outside with your troop or family.