Established in 1926, World Thinking Day is observed on February 22 of each year and celebrates Girl Scouting’s global sisterhood. This is a day when all Girl Scouts think of their sister Girl Scouts and Girl Guides all over the world and remember that they are part of an international movement.
Let your girls help decide what they would like to do to celebrate World Thinking Day and think of their global sisterhood. Remember there are girls around the world celebrating with you. Happy Thinking Day!
Here are just a few ideas for celebrating World Thinking Day. I’m sure your girls will have many more!
Have a tasting event of foods from other cultures and countries
Have a style/fashion show displaying styles from a WAGGGS member country
Learn games or songs from another country
Learn to speak another language - learn to say "Happy Birthday," or how to sing the birthday song.
Learn how others celebrate their holidays and customs, etc.
Give the gift of international travel by donating to the Juliette Low World Friendship Fund
Check out the badge, resources, and activities on worldthinkingday.org, a website run by the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
Contact a World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts member organization to ask if you can be matched with an international penpal