Four Leadership Awards

FOUR LEADERSHIP AWARDS IF A GIRL MISSES AN AWARD STEP . . . Find a way for her to do something similar to what she missed so she can still earn the award with her group. Your goal is to guide her to have the same learning and growing opportunity?and to understand how she can contribute to the team. You might ask all the Brownies to brainstorm about how girls who miss steps can get back on track with the journey. Girls may not experience activities in exactly the same way, but they can each take away new insights, connections, and a sense of accomplishment.

Hear a Story Award

What it means for Brownies: They see that stories hold clues for how to better the world. How Brownies earn it: By finding a clue in a story that represents a change they can make in their world. When Brownies receive it: Session 2

Change a Story Award

What it means for Brownies: They realize they have the power to change things for the better. How Brownies earn it: They act on a clue to change things for the better for girls in their world. When Brownies receive it: Session 7

Tell a Story Award

What it means for Brownies: They have the confidence and knowledge to educate and inspire others. How Brownies earn it: They teach others about the change they created in their community and inspire their audience to support the change, too. When Brownies receive it: Session 9

Better World for Girls! Award

What it means for Brownies: They understand that they belong to a large and far-reaching world of girls. How Brownies earn it: They use creative expression (of their choice) to show what it means to them to be part of a larger world of girls. When Brownies receive it: Session 10 12

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