Girl Scouts By Grade Level

Which Grade Level is your Daughter?

Petal by Petal, Your Daisy Will Bloom (Grade K-1)

Girl Scouts do amazing things everyday! They go on adventures, play outdoors, help their community and have a blast with their Daisy friends.

Get your fun and free Grow a Daisy Kit, so that you and your daughter can begin her incredible journey into Girl Scouts. Each kit comes with instructions and seeds—to plant your own daisy garden. Your daughter will learn the Girl Scout promise and discover the world that surrounds her!

Please Note: Daisy kits were created for girls in K-1 who are not yet members, but are interested in learning more about Girl Scouts. If you are a Girl Scout, you will already be doing the same Daisy activities with your troop!

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Brownies Can Do Anything (Grade 2-3)

Brownies are adventurous and bold. They will explore the world and do many fun and exciting things with their troop or group. They go on outings around their community...and beyond. Who knows how far they can go with their imagination and a few adults to guide them? Girl Scout Brownies have their very own Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting book, where they will learn all about Girl Scouts and the three Journey books written especially for them. They will earn badges, recognitions and participation patches, too. Discover what Brownies do.

Juniors Reach for the Stars (Grade 4-5)

Juniors are girls who reach for the stars and become them! During their Junior years, girls discover who they are and which path is right for them. Whether they are bold and adventurous or quiet and thoughtful…or all of those things; they will become leaders who will make good choices. Girl Scout Juniors have their very own Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting book, where they will learn about Girl Scouts and the three Journey books written especially for them. They earn badges, recognitions and participation patches and can work together on the esteemed Bronze Award. Discover what Juniors do.

Chart Your Course, Cadette (Grade 6-8)

How many people does it take to make a friendship? How many people does it take to make peace in the world? As Cadettes, girls answer these questions and more as they navigate their own course. They may also join in with other girls to make plans, create new adventures, community projects or events; taking life by the reins and making the world a little better for everyone. Girl Scout Cadettes have their very own Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting book, where they learn all about Girl Scouts and the three Journey books written especially for them. They will earn badges, recognitions and participation patches and can work on the prestigious Silver Award. Discover what Cadettes do.

Seniors: Poised to Explore (Grade 9-10)

Girl Scout Seniors are challenged to envision an ideal world and use their imagination and courage to take action, to move closer to a place we like to call “Girltopia.” Seniors are leaders, who know how to make the world a better place. They put their skills to the test and marvel at all the amazing things they can do with the gifts they already posses. Girl Scout Seniors have their very own Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting book, where they will learn all about Girl Scouts and the three Journey books written especially for them. They earn badges, recognitions and will complete the pinnacle of their Girl Scout journey, their Gold Award. Discover what Seniors do.

Ambassadors: The Power of Change (Grade 11-12)

Girl Scout Ambassadors never ask the question, “Who’s doing something about it?” No way. They are an elite group of girls who are doing something and making an impact. Ambassadors advocate for important issues; they make a plan, present it to people of influence and create lasting change in the world. Girl Scout Ambassadors have their very own Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting book, where their Girl Scout journey unfolds with three Journey books written especially for them. They earn badges, recognitions and will achieve the pinnacle of their Girl Scout experience, their Gold Award. Discover what Ambassadors do.