Girls of Many Lands
Complete 3 requirements
- Learn about another country. What is the capital? What does their flag look like?
- Learn about Girl Scouts in another country. What do they wear as a uniform over there? What do the badges and awards look like?
- Dress up or learn about traditional clothing from another country OR color paper dolls and learn about their traditional or folk clothing.
- Make a recipe from another country that children would like to make. Examples could be a drink or dessert or a simple song to sing.
- Pick a country. What do children do for fun? Demonstrate this by playing a traditional game or making a craft from that country.
- In some countries, children help their parents get water from the lake or stream in a basket on top of their head. Try balancing a basket on top of your head. For extra, you can make a game out of it.
- Children in other lands speak different languages than English. Try to speak another language or count to 10 in it.
- Go to an event where diversity from another country is involved. This can be Thinking Day, a cultural dance, or a book reading.
- Share your heritage with someone by demonstrating where you come from. For extra, compare it with theirs.
- Demonstrate community service by helping someone from another country. Help them get somewhere, help them with their homework or understanding something, or visit their house. Be a friend to a fellow child.
- Go to an international market and look at foods from other countries. How is it different? How is it the same?
- Incorporate a dance, song, game, recipe, or craft from another country in an event. For extra, you can plan or attend your own cultural event.