How to Celebrate World Thinking Day

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Every February 22, Girl Scouts celebrate World Thinking Day. On this day, girls participate in activities and projects with global themes to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in other countries.

World Thinking Day gives girls a chance to celebrate international friendships and is a reminder that Girl Scouts of the USA is part of a global community — one of nearly 150 countries with Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.

Celebrating World Thinking Day

If you’re looking to celebrate World Thinking Day with Girl Scouts February 22, we suggest looking at our World Thinking Day Pinterest board for some ideas.

If you can wait, or want to continue the celebration, register for Journey the World: Innovate and Create.

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Join Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois and more than 2,000 Girl Scouts March 8, 2014 to celebrate World Thinking Day at Journey the World: Innovate and Create.

Girls will experience the culture, taste some authentic cuisine and learn new things of more than 40 countries from their Girl Scout sisters and the community. Along with World Thinking Day activities, Girl Scouts will flex their STEM muscles as they dive deep into awesome science experiments.

Looking for more details about this unforgettable event, click here! Are your Girl Scouts already registered? Let us know on Twitter @GSEIWI or #GSJTW!

About Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois

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