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Become A Girl Scout Daisy

Parenting today doesn’t necessarily look like it did six weeks ago, let alone six months ago. Girl Scouts gets that, and we see how much you’ve been doing to keep your girl active, curious, and happy through it all.

We're here to help—virtually or in person.


Think of the Girl Scouts Daisy program as your one-stop shop when it comes to building your kindergartener’s or first grader’s social skills, keeping her moving, and giving her an extra bit of stability in this ever-changing world. Whether she’s dreaming up a new toy, learning about bravery, or helping plant a garden, you can count on Girl Scouts to meet the moment, providing safe and fun activities while making your life a whole lot simpler. Gearing up for Kindergarten? Come back to register your girl on April 1. Current kindergarteners can join now!

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What Do Daisies Do?

  • Find new ways to practice kindness and generosity
  • Earn special badges and pins to wear as a reminder of (and a way to show others!) all the new skills they're learning
  • Gain confidence and pride in their abilities and see how mistakes help us learn
  • Learn about money management, marketing, and running their own business
  • Explore the outdoors and spend time in nature
  • Practice simple ways to protect our earth
Read Our Girl Sprouts Newsletter

Girl Sprouts is a monthly newsletter designed to introduce girls (in kindergarten or rising to kindergarten in the Fall) to the fun and values they will find in Girl Scouts when they join as Girl Scout Daisies. For more information, contact customercare@gsccc.org. Read our most recent newsletter.

Resources for Caregivers & School Administrators

Check out our Family Connections and Educators webpages for articles, tips, and more information about how you can support the Girl Scout Leadership Experience for Daisies and older girls, too.

Frequently Asked Questions

We get it, you want to have all the facts and to make sure that Girl Scouts is right for your girl. Explore our frequently asked questions below!

Who can join Girl Scouts?

Any girl K-12 can join Girl Scouts. Girls in Pre-K can join Girl Scouts starting April 1st of each year.

Our Daisy Launch program allows rising kindergarteners or first graders to start their Girl Scout Journey before the next membership year begins in the fall season. That means she can start earning badges, participating in events, and more.

How do I join Girl Scouts?

Our registration process only takes a few minutes and costs $35 during our extended membership period. Once that's complete, your girl is officially a Daisy Girl Scout!

Will my girl be placed in a troop?

Given the high demand for troops, girls are placed as space in existing troops becomes available or new troops are formed. Fortunately, your girl doesn't have to wait to join a troop to engage in Girl Scout activities.

Does my girl have to be in a troop?

No, there are many other ways that your girl can participate in Girl Scouts.

Many individually registered members - AKA "Juliettes" - and their families enjoy the benefit of flexibility outside of the troop experience. We even have activities that can be completed at home! Learn more about participating as an individually registered member.

How can I start a Girl Scout Daisy Troop?

As a troop leader for kindergarten and first grade Girl Scouts, you’ll expand their worlds through exciting adventures and skill building that will set them up for success in school and beyond. You’ll guide them, cheer them on, and support them as they unleash their imaginations to play, learn, and grow in big ways, life-changing ways.

To get started, register as an adult member and contact Customer Care to let them know you're interested in being a Daisy troop leader. They'll walk you through the process and get you setup with training if you're approved.

Connect With Us

Have more questions? No worries. Our recruitment team would love to take a few minutes to talk with you about launching your girl into Girl Scouts this year!

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