By 2008, Girl Scouts of the USA had five levels: Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, and Senior. In 2011 they added the new sixth level of Ambassadors. Girl Scouts move or “bridge” to the next level, usually at the end of the school year they reach the age of advancing. They are considered in the appropriate level based on their grade on October 1, the start of each new Girl Scout year. There are exceptions for “special needs” but Girl Scouts who are “young in grade” have not been specifically considered. Each year of membership in Girl Scouting is represented on the uniform by a small, golden, six-pointed membership star (one per year) with colored background discs which represent a level. Girl Scouts wear uniforms consisting of a white shirt and khaki bottom under the appropriate uniform item for their level: a blue tunic or vest for Daisies (kindergarten and grade 1), a brown sash or vest for Brownies (grades 2-3), a green vest or sash for Juniors (grades 4-5) and a tan sash or vest for the older girl levels of Cadettes (grades 6-8), Seniors (grades 9-10) and Ambassadors grades (11-12). All uniform tunics, vests, or sashes must include the American flag patch, council ID patches troop numbers, and a tab with the WAGGGS pin and the membership pin.
You might have heard of alphabet color pages that are used to teach preschool youngsters and toddlers. They are taught alphabets and relate them with their surroundings. Similarly the Biblical coloring pages what are the too for getting direct produce from your computer and show these to your children. The world of web is really delightful in these matters. You can find ready made color web pages in hundreds of styles and colors that also contain Biblical designs, stories like Noah's Ark, the Whale, miracles of Jesus, about the birthday of baby Jesus, Mother Margaret, Easter, Gift of Magi and alike. The use of these kinds of coloring sheets is perfect to show preschool children the thinking and morals of Christianity, the true meaning of religion and the way to become pious.
This coloring pages are wonderful for helping children to get excited about the holidays too. For example you can print those for what is just around the corner including Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine's Day, and Easter. In fact, they can even give those beautifully colored pages to other people as gifts for that particular holiday time.
We have yet to discuss the benefit that your child will be learning about the different colors as they color their pages. And the more exposure your child has to coloring, the more they will learn about the typical colors of objects, and they will begin to choose specific colors for specific items, such as red apples, or green leaves. And, as they grow older, you will also begin to see that they will color animals the color that they truly are. This may seem obvious to somebody who has known their colors since they can remember, but you had to learn it at some point and this is a great way for your child to learn theirs.
Just like reading stories in picture/illustrated books with their children, parents often use coloring pages to teach children and stretch their imagination. Standard coloring pages provide outlines within which children can color, but some art educators believe that free-form pages are an even better tool. A good example of these coloring books can be found at CreativeColoringBooks.