Stepping Stones Bridging Reading Skit – (FREE PRINTABLE ACTIVITY)

Stepping stones bridging ceremonies are a beautiful way to honor Girl Scouts as they move from one grade to another. The ceremony typically involves building a bridge out of paper daisies symbolizing the three parts of the Girl Scout Law—honesty, fairness, and courage. To make the ceremony even more meaningful, this fun skit can be incorporated as part of the ceremony.

The skit has three steps—a bridge builder, a storyteller, and a narrator. The bridge builder starts the skit by building the bridge out of the paper daisies, and the storyteller talks about the meaning of the bridge and the three parts of the Girl Scout Law. The narrator ties it all together and explains why bridging is important.

To help facilitate the skit, this free printable activity can be used. It includes the skit script, an instruction page, and a set of reading cards with simple words and phrases to help your Girl Scouts read their lines. It also comes with a set of coloring pages featuring Girl Scouts in action.

The Stepping Stones Bridging Reading Skit Activity is a great way to incorporate literacy and a meaningful experience into the ceremony. It is also a wonderful keepsake to remember the special day that your Girl Scouts bridged.

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