What are Girl Scouts called in Spain?
Girl Guides or GuÃas de EspaÃ±a
There are four component Associations:
- Federacion EspaÃ±ola de Guidismo (FEG)
- Escoltes Catalans (EC)
- Minyons Escoltes I Guies Sant Jordi De Catalunya (MEGSJC)
- Federacion Catalana D'escoltisme I Guiatge (FCEG)
The age groups vary among the component Associations. This grouping is the most common.
GuÃa Mayor Ranger ages 16-18
Pionera Pioneer ages 14-16
Pionera Guide ages 11-14
Alita Little Wing ages 7-11
There are four Girl Guide/Girl Scout organizations in Spain which are members of The Federation of Scouts and Guides in Catalonia (F.C.E.G., FederaciÃ³ Catalana d'Escoltisme i guiatge). Escoltes Catalans (EC)[Catalan Scouts] age level 6 to 9 are called Elves. Minyons Escoltes i Guies de Catalunya (MEG) [Boy Scouts and Guides of Catalonia] Guides ages 6 to 8 are called Otters.
For Girl Scouts of the USA, Girl Scouts in grades Kindergarten and 1 are called Girl Scout Daisies. Girl Guide/Girl Scout organizations in other countries use other names. For example, in Nigeria, Girl Guides age 4 and 5 are called Sunbeams. In South Africa, Girl Guides ages 4 1/2 to 7 are called Teddy. Hong Kong Girl Guides ages 4 to 6 are called Happy Bees. In Japan, Girl Scouts ages 5 and 6 are…
It depends on which Girl Scout organization you are asking about. For Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA), the youngest level, grades Kindergarten and 1, are Girl Scout Daisy and the next level, grades 2 and 3, are Girl Scout Brownies. For Girl Scouts of Japan, the youngest level, ages 5 -6, are called Tenderfoot Girl Scouts.
Little Wing (Alita) Girl Scouts or Girl Guides are an age level for Girl Guides or Girl Scouts in the following countries: Paraguay Madagascar El Salvador Ecuador Argentina Spain Republic of Panama Bolivia In addition: If you are looking for the answer to the Brownie Girl Scouts Around the World quiz, the correct answer is Chile. However, Chile no longer calls the age 8 to 11 level Little Wings (Alita). The Asociación de Guías y…
Girl Scouts of the USA The first troop in the USA in 1912 was called 'Girl Guides of America'. A year later the name was changed to 'Girl Scouts of America'. In 1915, the organization was incorporated as 'Girl Scouts, Inc.' under the laws of the District of Columbia. In 1950, 'Girl Scouts of the USA' was re-incorporated under a Congressional Charter.
Little Wing (Alita) Girl Scouts or Girl Guides are an age level for Girl Guides or Girl Scouts in the following countries: Paraguay Madagascar El Salvador Ecuador Argentina Spain Republic of Panama Bolivia In addition: If you are looking for the answer to the Brownie Girl Scouts Around the World quiz, the correct answer is Chile. However, Chile no longer calls the age 8 to 11 level Little Wings (Alita). The AsociaciÃ³n de GuÃas y…
In the US, Girl Scouts are called Girl Scouts and are members of Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) The age/grade levels are: Girl Scout Daisy grades Kindergarten and 1 Girl Scout Brownie grades 2 and 3 Girl Scout Junior grades 4 and 5 Girl Scout Cadette grades 6, 7, and 8 Girl Scout Senior grades 9 and 10 Girl Scout Ambassador grades 11 and 12
In Italy, Girl Guide members of the Associazione Guide E Scouts Cattolici Italiani (AGESCI) (Association of Catholic Guides and Scouts of Italy), who are ages 8 to 12 are called Coccinella (Ladybird) or Lupetta (Wolf Cub). Girl Scout members of Corpo Nazionale Giovani Esploratori Ed Esploratrici Italiani (CNGEI) (Italian National Association of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts) who are ages 8 to 12 are called Lupetto Wolf Cub or Brownie.
There is no information about any Girl Guide or Girl Scout organizations which call a level 'zahras'. Oman may have used the term in the past, but their youngest level is currently called 'Brownies' according to both the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts and the web site of the Oman National Organization for Scouts and Guides.