World Thinking Day Ideas: Canada

Learn more about our Girl Scouting neighbors to the north for this year’s Thinking Day. Here are activities, games, books and recipes to help your troop learn more about Canada.

Girl Guiding in Canada

Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada was one of the earliest Girl Guiding movements, coming to Ontario, Canada, in 1910. Today, there are more than 83,000 members across the nation. The levels, or branches, of Girl Guides of Canada are:

Guiding Promise

I Promise to do my best,
To be true to myself, my beliefs and Canada
I will take action for a better world
And respect the Guiding Law.

Guiding Law

The Guiding Law challenges me to:

  • be honest and trustworthy
  • use my resources wisely
  • respect myself and others
  • recognize and use my talents and abilities
  • protect our common environment
  • live with courage and strength
  • share in the sisterhood of Guiding

Learn more about Girl Guiding in Canada by visiting the Girl Guides of Canada blog or website. You can also learn about Girl Guides of Canada by completing their World Thinking Day activities on their website.

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Life in Canada

Starting points for learning about life in Canada for World Thinking Day:

Read:

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C is for Chinook: An Alberta Alphabet (Discover Canada Province by Province)girl scout thinking day canada
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Canada: The Culture (Lands, Peoples, & Cultures)canadian books thinking day
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The Kids Book of Canadacanada books for kids
kids book of canada
Wow Canada!: Exploring This Land from Coast to Coast to Coast (Wow Canada! Collection)canada books for thinking day

Do:

Eat:

Swap:

 

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