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Such a cute mirror and an easy DIY

100 Ways For Teens To Make A Difference In Your Community - Empowered Teens and Parents

DIY Seed Bombs - These fun DIY seed bombs are easy to make and a great way to add beauty to neglected green space. Kids love making these and will enjoy seeing their little bombs turn into patches of beautiful flowers.

Take Action help -- If you're a volunteer who wants tips for guiding girls as they come up with their Take Action projects, check out the adult guides for the Girl Scout Bronze and Silver Awards. There are examples (on page 5 in the Bronze guide and page 9 in the Silver guide) that can help girls come up with their own ideas.

My daughter has set a goal to sell 200 boxes of Girl Scout cookies, (thanks to the cute puppy dog toy reward) so we've made a list of who we are going to ask, every box sold is equal to 1 glass piece and is moved from the "to sell" jar to the "I've sold" jar. 57 sold 143 to go!

Girls learn important skills by participating in the Cookie Program! What business ethics have you learned from Girl Scouts?

Girl Scouts learn Goal Setting Skills when participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program.

Cadette Suggestions for Journeys and Silver Award

Cadette aMAZE Journey Award Certificate

Check out My New Red Shoes’ aMAZE Leadership Journey Companion Guide where you can help Cadette Girl Scouts learn how to help homeless and low-income children feel good about themselves and their relationships by Taking Action with My New Red Shoes.

Making Peacemaker kits and other thoughts on the Cadette Girl Scout Amaze Journey

NEW: Check out descriptions of what girls do on each Journey (and then share them with girls and parents). Click on the "see Journey descriptions" link in the second paragraph forIt's Your Story – Tell It!

Juniors doing the Get Moving program can build a flashlight from items around the house -- and learn about energy and simple circuits!

Inserting cake charms into cake. Girl Scout bridging Cadette cake - bundt-type cake pan, cut a portion out of cake to create the letter "C"