How many daisy patches are there?

The Girl Scout Daisies have about 49 types of patches and Pins (not including the fun patches). Here’s a list of them all!

What patches can Daisies earn?

Daisy Petal Set $10.00.

  • Journey Award Badges $8.00.
  • Leaves & Badges $3.50.
  • My Promise, My Faith $4.50.
  • Safety Award $4.50.
  • Summit Award $4.00.
  • Vest $19.50.
  • Tunic $19.50.
  • Where do all the daisy patches go?

    All official patches, pins, and insignia are placed on the front of the Daisy uniform. A Daisy might not earn all of these awards—it depends on her length of time in the program. The following are the only pins, patches, and awards that belong on the front of the Daisy Girl Scout uniform.

    How do you get Daisy Journey badges?

    Girls earn it by completing a planting or growing project in their community. This award is normally earned in the middle of the Girl Scout year. AMAZING DAISY AWARD Represents knowing and living by the Promise and Law. Girls earn it by making the Promise to live by the Girl Scout Law.

    What age are Daisy Girl Scouts?

    Daisy is the initial level of Girl Scouting. Named for Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low, they are in kindergarten and first grade (around ages 5–7). They meet in minimally groups of five girls with two adult leaders who help the girls plan activities to introduce them to Girl Scouts.

    Where does the bridging patch go?

    Does it go on the back? Answer: You are correct! Bridging patches generally go on the back of the vest or sash. The only exception would be if your Council has a special earned badge related to bridging.

    Do daisy petals have to be earned order?

    While each and every part of the Girl Scout Law needs and deserves it’s own learning activity, the truth is that some troops form late and in order to achieve their goal of earning every petal, they have to combine some of them in order to complete the Daisy.

    What do you do in daisies?

    What Daisies Do

    1. Gain new friends as part of a troop.
    2. Earn petals (the special Daisy version of badges earned by older Girl Scouts) as she embraces the Girl Scout Promise and Law.
    3. Make a difference in her community through a Leadership Journey.
    4. Sell cookies (and have fun doing it)
    5. Explore nature and the outdoors.