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Hi Cheryl...I am new here. I wanted to share what was accomplished by my 2nd grade Brownie troop in the first half of the year. We made birthday boxes for the local food pantry, made Christmas cards for the troops, completed the Brownie Quest Journey, and earned 4 try-it badges (playing around the world, cookies count, science in action, and Girl Scout Ways). As part of the journey, the girls made 3 fleece (knot a quilt) blankets to be donated to the local woman's shelter. During our meetings, we try to keep the girls active. We have found that if there is too much time where they are not active, they start to run around. So, we usually have some kind of activity where they are sitting and then something where they are active and moving around. We are getting ready to have them make swatch holders and t-shirts for World Thinking Day...in completing those activities they will earn 2 more try-it's (art to wear & stitch it together). Most of our activities revolve around an activity that works towards a try-it badge/community service activity. Our girls loved the Brownie Quest Journey, I loved the session activity in the back of the book...it walked us right through the Journey. We are going to start getting ideas from the girls about some activities they want to do between now and the end of May, so we can incorporate those into our meetings. Though we meet every Tuesday right after school, unless school is closed.

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What types of things are you currently working on with your girls?

Cheryl


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