World Thinking Day Ideas: Greece

It’s an Olympic year! So why not tap into our athletic roots by taking on Greece for World Thinking Day?

Thinking Day ideas and recipes for Greece

Scouting in Greece:

The Greek Guiding Association (Soma Hellinidon Odigon) is the national guiding/scouting association in Greece.

The association is divided in four age-groups:

  • Asteria – Stars (ages 5 to 7)
  • Poulia – Birds (ages 7 to 11)
  • Odigoi – Guides (ages 11 to 14)
  • Megaloi Odigoi/Naftodigoi – Rangers/Sea Rangers (ages 14 to 17)

Read:

Girl Scout Thinking Day | Greece | books about Greece for kidsGirl Scout Thinking Day | Greece | books about Greece for kids
If You Were Me and Lived in…Greece: A Child’s Introduction to Culture Around the WorldGirl Scout Thinking Day | Greece | books about Greece for kids

Girl Scout Thinking Day | Greece | books about Greece for kids
Buy a print copy of Greece (Visit to…)Girl Scout Thinking Day | Greece | books about Greece for kids
Girl Scout Thinking Day | Greece | books about Greece for kids
Buy a print copy of Greece: The Culture (Lands, Peoples, & Cultures)Girl Scout Thinking Day | Greece | books about Greece for kids
Girl Scout Thinking Day | Greece | books about Greece for kids
Buy a copy of Cultural Traditions in Greece (Cultural Traditions in My World)Girl Scout Thinking Day | Greece | books about Greece for kids

Eat:

Play:

Swap:

  • Make Olympic torches – this is where the Olympics originated. Cut straws into about 1 inch pieces wrapped that in felt and then stick red and orange tissue in the end for the fire.
  • Post the Greek alphabet and the English equivalent, and have girls write their name in Greek on a card.
  • Ancient Greek Art Vase Painting
  • Make Olympic ring bracelets.

More:

What other Thinking Day ideas do you have for Greece? Share your ideas and pins below!

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