It's Your World -- Change It! helps girls understand what it means to be a leader who makes a difference in the world. These journeys have been intentionally designed to engage girls in a critical-thinking process related to identifying and researching issues they care about, developing community networks, and creating and implementing plans to take action. Upon completion of the journeys, girls will be prepared to carry out substantial award projects.
In this journey for Kindergarteners and first graders, a favorite pastime -- gardening -- meets the Girl Scout Law. The result is a storybook world of flowers and little girls who, together, do great things. Girl Scout Daisies will especially enjoy meeting the colorful, global characters who teach them to live the Girl Scout Law.
This quest has second and third graders traveling along two colorful trails, one they can enjoy on their own and one they explore with their Girl Scout group. Along the quest, Girl Scout Brownies will meet three new friends and a bright and shining elf -- in a brand new Brownie story meant to inspire their own take action projects.
Power! In this journey for fourth and fifth graders, there's a whole spiral of it waiting for Girl Scout Juniors. This powerful journey is filled with ceremonies and circles, real-life heroines and special new characters, including the fashion-savvy spider named Dez. Along the way, girls learn how their own power combines into team power and then moves out to become community power.
Life is a maze of relationships and this journey has Girl Scout Cadettes maneuvering through all its twists and turns to find true friendships, plenty of confidence, and maybe even peace.
This journey for ninth and tenth graders gives Girl Scout Seniors a chance to imagine a perfect world -- for girls. They're invited to create their vision as an art project -- in any medium of their choice. Then they'll take action to make their vision a reality.
This journey for eleventh and twelfth graders gives Girl Scout Ambassadors a way to be an advocate with the power to start the first flutter of change. While creating their own "butterfly effect," they'll learn such key skills as networking, planning, and speaking up for what they believe.