In 1965, the age structure was rearranged to Brownies (ages 7 through 9, later 6 through 9), Juniors (ages 9 through 11), Cadettes (ages 11 through 14), and Seniors (ages 14 through 17). In 1984, the Daisy program for kindergarten girls or those aged five was introduced.
Level one: DaisyEditDaisies are the youngest level of girl scouting. Their uniform either consists of a blue tunic or a blue vest. Daisy scouts must have earned all the petals in order to move to be a brownie.
Level two: BrownieEditAfter the daisies, come the brownies. their uniform consists of either a brown sash or vest. To move up to the junior level, you must be a brownie for at least 2 years.
Once you are done with the brownies, you become juniors. Their uniform