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The Ultimate Guide to Girl Scout Bridging Ceremonies for All Levels Including Bridging to Adults – Scout Leader

Are you looking for a bridging ceremony for your troop? The Ultimate Girl Scout Bridging Ceremonies Guide has every level of ceremony for leaders to use.

Bridging is the progression from one level of Girl Scouting to another (for example, second-year Daisies would “bridge” to first-year Brownies). It may seem pretty cut and dry, but bridging is an important moment for girls. Why? Reflection is a critical component of the learning-by-doing process that defines the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, and bridging serves as a chance for girls to do just that.

Bridging is the progression from one level of Girl Scouting to another (for example, second-year Daisies would “bridge” to first-year Brownies). It may seem pretty cut and dry, but bridging is an important moment for girls. Why? Reflection is a critical component of the learning-by-doing process that defines the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, and bridging serves as a chance for girls to do just that.

As the end of the Girl Scout year draws near, it’s time to celebrate all of their amazing accomplishments, their new-found confidence, and their ability to make a positive difference! We’ve got some great tips on how to plan an out-of-this-world Bridging Ceremony for your troop!

By Christin Murphy, Adult Learning Director Year 1 and 2 Spring is in the air – we can smell, see it, and feel it. It also means that the end of the Girl Scout year is near. As leaders and voluntee…

Bridging Ceremony Daisies to Brownies

Welcome to Brownies! Don’t miss out on ideas for your troop. Sign up for our enewsletter for more great ideas! Leader: Welcome to Girl Scout Troop ___’s Bridging Ceremony. Please stand for t…