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We went around the circle and all the kids said what they did that was brave in idras last few weeks. We tried to have only Ideaa girls give answers at the beginning to save time, but the girls immediately nixed this idea. They wanted everyone to have a turn. So from here on out everyone answered the question of the day, but going around the circle in order instead of where the flowers landed. Cookie Taste Test We took great pains to try to get as many Girl Scout cookies as we could for the girls to try. This was the beginning of cookie season and the only people that had them were from last year. She had a stash in her freezer. Savannah Smiles and Tagalongs went untasted, unfortunately.

Cookie we sold in Cookies we used as a decoy for Samoas We cut the cookies into small pieces and then told each girl what they were eating as we passed the cookies around. After the girls tried all seven, we talked about which cookies were their favorite. Then we blind folded each girl in turn and gave them a piece of cookie to try and guess which one it was. As you can imagine, since it centered around sugar the girls loved this activity.

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Snacks and Goals Believe it or not we still had snacks after Daosy. Even more unbelievable, the girls ate it all. Iseas, I think we were smart and had something like grapes and water. After handing out food we got out our big notebook and started talking about how we were going to use meetin cookie money and how much we would have to sell to meet these goals. We explained that we would use the cookie money to keep doing fun things like field trips and crafts then emeting asked if the girls liked doing the Garden Journey. They did like the Legality of backdating contracts and loved taking their turn with the mini-garde Whenever we had the girls decide Daisy girl scout cookie meeting ideas big we tried to give them only two choices.

And meting kinda Gitl made the one I wanted them chose sound a tiny bit better. For this exercise we chose to ignore the fact that 3 of the girls were going to be Brownies in the fall. It would have made matters too complicated. Then we had the girls vote. Cookje chose the Animal Meteing. After choosing Daisyy went Daisy girl scout cookie meeting ideas the gigl we idess need ixeas buy for the journey and how much it would cost, including the books, patches and field trip. Then showed the girls how many boxes of cookies would need to be sold to pay for that. I did some quick and extremely rough math and we came up with the troop goal of selling boxes.

The cool part girls totally got this and bought into this and that as our team goal. Down-side, looking back, the estimate was absurd. We wound up selling over boxes and after doing a budget for the end of the year and the second half of next year there was no way the troop was going to be able to cover the cost of the Scout Snooze. Between registration, all the other field trips, patches, pins and badges, and the books money goes fast. My co-leader and I had brainstormed what we thought were a few good ideas before hand, but we did open this up to the troop and had them go around the circle and say what they thought may be a good idea. We had a lot of ideas on how to give to the animals ,tying into the fall journey, like the shelter and the zoo one girl was very adamant about the zoo idea and several who wanted to give the money to homeless or hungry people.

For some reason whenever we bring up using our money to help girls pay for girl scouts our girls quickly vote it down. Vote Results Cash Relay We knew at this point, having learned our lesson the hard way, that the girls were going to have to burn some energy or we were in trouble. So, we set up a money relay race. Then we divided the kids into two groups and gave each group a cup of mixed coins and dollar bills. The game was a relay race, a girl from each team was to grab something at random from their cup, run across the room and put it in the correct cup, then run back and tag the next girl, etc etc, until all the money was gone.

Burned off plenty of energy. There was a winning team, though it was close. We try not to dwell on the winners and shuffled the girls to the next activity before anyone could have hurt feelings. We used the empty cookie boxed and real money.

The buyers had a twenty dollar idews and the girls behind the stand had fives and ones. I like to explain that we do service projects throughout the year and that money is set aside to help out and pay for things we give away. Rarely do we write a group a check. Most of the time, it's more medting that we donate to organizations. Count It Up Leaf scou We talked about where the money goes mewting cookie sales. Thankfully, our Council meetinb us a great chart this year that breaks Daisy girl scout cookie meeting ideas down by the box to show how much goes to the scoyt, administration, troops, service units, scokt.

Parents appreciated this part of the discussion, too. Count it Up 2: Learn about different kinds of cookies and CAP 4 People Skills We listed all the cookies and then we did a pop quiz to see how many of them knew what color box the Thin Mints came in. I mentioned to parents that I noticed with my older troop that box color was one of the first things the girls had memorized. In fact, when sorting and setting up for booths we often say "I need 6 more oranges" rather than calling cookies by name. It's our own little secret code.

After we had that down, we practiced dealing with customers Talk It Up 3: Inspire customers For this part, we focused on what we feel customers really care about. How can we explain to our customer that they are supporting local troops, helping their community, and they can even buy cookies to donate to a charity we have selected? We went through all this information and even though the girls are young, we discussed how marketing is HUGE for sales. Put your best foot forward. Use good manners no matter if you make the sale or not. Show you care about your customer and their property by watching where you walk, helping out with something you notice, etc.