How did Gloria show that she had respect for herself?
How did she show she had respect for others?
What Girl Scout traditions (such as the quiet sign) show that you have respect for others?
2 Invite an older Girl Scout to talk to your group about ways to respect yourself and others
Respecting yourself means putting your best foot forward and taking good care of yourself. Respecting others means having good manners and speaking politely. Trade ideas about other ways to show respect.
3 Practice respecting yourself and others
There are lots of ways to act like Gloria. Try it out by doing one of these activities:
Before your next Daisy meeting, make a special effort to brush your teeth, comb your hair, and wash your face. Does it make you feel any different when you’re at the meeting?
Think of three healthy things you can do to show that you respect yourself, such as eating a good breakfast, choosing healthy snacks, or getting some exercise every day. Draw a picture to remind yourself of what you want to do and put it someplace where you’ll see it often.
Learn how to write thank-you notes. Write a thank-you note to someone who gave you a present, helped you out in some way, or visited your Daisy group!
Congratulations! You have earned your Gloria petal. Now, when you say the Girl Scout Law, you’ll know exactly what that line means. Wear the petal on your tunic or vest to remind you to always be as respectful to yourself and others as you can be. Gather together with your Daisy friends and say the Law up to Gloria’s line. Now, you know six lines of the Law. Keep adding lines as you earn more petals!
The Girl Scout Law