Why are Girl Scouts green? Girl Scouts has the privilege of claiming a color. Green. To ensure that we continue to claim the color and to capitalize on our well- established advantage, embrace green. Secondary colors have been developed and specifically assigned to each grade level.
Why do we hold up 3 fingers in Girl Scouts? As a member of WAGGGS, the Girl Scouts of the USA use the three-fingered sign at shoulder height. The three fingers represent the person’s own spiritual beliefs, other people and the Girl Scout Law. This differs from the 1913 version where the first finger represented God and Country.
What is the green vest in Girl Scouts? Juniors. Juniors are in fourth and fifth grades (around ages 9–11). Their uniform is a green vest or sash which may be worn with a white shirt and khaki bottoms. Juniors are the first level to wear the official Girl Scout Membership Pin on their uniform.
Does the Girl Scout Silver Award have to be sustainable? While a Silver Award project could be sustainable when it teaches others a new skill or changes participants’ behaviors. Think about the scope of your project and what you’re hoping to accomplish as you create your plan for sustainability.