Scout Key Chains – Teaching the Law

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The project was originally a SWAP Project that I modified for a cute keepsake and reminder of the Girl Scout Law.

My girls are 5-7 year olds since this was our first project I was unsure of their skill level.  I wanted to make it as pain free and easy as possible for both them and myself, so I did quite a bit of prep work for this project – I separated the following items (one of each) into a little sandwich bag for each girl.  The preperation step cut out so much headache in the end and there was virtually no clean up after this project.

Materials (Makes 10 Key Rings):

  • 10 – Key Rings
  • 10 – 12″ Green Plastic Lacing
  • 10 – Dark Blue Pony Beads
  • 10 – Light Blue Pony Beads
  • 10 – Yellow Pony Beads
  • 10 – Light Green Pony Beads
  • 10 – Red Pony Beads
  • 10 – Orange Pony Beads
  • 10 – Dark Purple Pony Beads
  • 10 – Dark Pink Pony Beads
  • 10 – Dark Green Pony Beads
  • 10 – Light Pink Pony Beads
  • 10 – Light Purple Pony Beads
  • Girl Scout Law Print Out

Notes:  I would recommend printing out the Law and Promise on Card Stock.  Coloring and then laminating them so they stay together.

I did a short tutorial on how to put the key chain together:

Scout Key Chain Finished

Key Chain Finished

3 thoughts on “Scout Key Chains – Teaching the Law

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  2. I love your keychain idea — could you please share the document you created for the law? I am having trouble making the colored circles. Thank you

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