GOAL OF THE LITTLE
FLOWERS GIRLS’ CLUB
The Little Flowers Girls’ Club is
that strives to provide young Catholic girls, ages 5 and up, with an opportunity
to gather and learn about their Catholic heritage, faith and traditions, as well
as other “womanly” traditions that may have faded from view. “Little Flowers”
will learn what it means to be a Catholic girl and eventually a Catholic woman.
Whether she is called to a life of consecration to Our Lord, a single life or as
a wife and mother, she will obtain a strong foundation upon which to build.
Contact: Mary Rose
Wallis, (248-650-4228) or
Little Flowers Wreaths
Wreath I Patch Set
Wreath II Patch Set
Wreath III Patch Set
Wreath IV Patch Set
Confirmation Age Girls
wreath consists of about nine virtues of study.
Wreath I includes the virtues
Faith, Hope, Love of God, Love of Neighbor, Obedience, Humility, Truthfulness,
Wreath II includes the
Mercy, Courage, Joy, Generosity, Prudence, Wisdom, Justice, Loyalty, and
Wreath III includes the
Eutrapelia, Friendliness, Initiative, Orderliness, Self-Control, Responsibility,
Patience, Cheerfulness, Fortitude.
Wreath IV includes the
A single patch
with seven attachable jewels to represent the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit:
Wisdom, Knowledge, Fortitude, Understanding, Counsel, Fear of the Lord, and
Piety. Earn one jewel
for every completed part of this special wreath and watch your Little Flower
grow under the guidance of the Holy Spirit! This is a great
opportunity for girls who are preparing for Confirmation to learn about the
gifts of the Holy Spirit, to earn badges
while completing Christian service ministry, and to participate in a fun
Catholic girls’ club.
Awards click here
Award the hard work of your
Little Flower with a beautiful medal pin ornamented with each
virtue's flower and appropriately colored ribbon!
You can use with each virtue's
medal project or pin them to the sash for a look your Little Flower
can be proud of!
girl will participate in an age-appropriate flower group in our
Garden to work on badge activities.
will also be opportunities for all of the girls to gather together
to socialize at meetings during crafts, snack time, prayer & song
5-6 year olds
Sunflowers Girls 7-8
Ivy Girls Girls 9-10
Peonies Girls 11-12
Roses Girls 13-14
Girls preparing for Confirmation
this year as an 8th grader. Doves may opt to do the fourth set
of badges, the
Crown of Gifts of the Holy Spirit!
aged girls will have opportunities for
leadership and Christian Service within the group as co-leaders and
“How long should it take to do each
This process gives girls a month to complete each badge. If you
need more time, please feel free to go at your own pace.
The goal is to have your daughter learn
about the virtue, what it means, and how to live it out in her own
faith journey at her specific age level, with your help.
Some are very simple and can be done in a few minutes. Others may
take a few days over a period of time to work on,
say --memorizing a scripture verse.
“How does my daughter earn the badge
for this month’s virtue? What do I do as a mom?”
and daughters are encouraged to work on badges together. For
example, pg. 11 in your daughter’s member manual, for the virtue of
Faith: Find out from your daughter what activities that she did
with her garden group back on October 16. If you missed that
meeting because you recently joined, just jump right in with the
manual, and see what badge activities you would enjoy sharing with
your daughter. Any of the other suggested activities from the
complete list of ten that you think are appropriate for her age
level, abilities, and your family schedule may be done prior to the
next meeting. Some are very simple, others are more advanced for
older girls. An older sibling, a dad, a grandma, a Confirmation
sponsor, or a Godparent are also great role models to assist your
daughter with their badge work. Most of them would be proud and
honored to do so. Think of the faith sharing opportunities that you
can encourage this way!
“What does the program manual suggest
each for age level/developmental level should be able to do for the
is a general guideline from the leader manual which gives you a
basic idea of what a typical girl could accomplish for each age
level. Again these are just
suggestions. You know your daughter best. If you daughter can
do more or less, that is just fine. Pray with your daughter and ask
Jesus what He is calling you to.
Preschool and Kdg
in the Daisy Group should
due the memory work and do any activity the mom see is
Group would be able to do three
of the activities;
2nd and 3rd
graders, Ivy Group
would be able to do six activities;
4th and 5th
graders, Peony Group would
be able to do seven activities;
6th and 7th
graders, Roses Group would
be able to accomplish eight activities;
Dove Group would be able to
complete all ten badge activities.
Girls preparing for
Confirmation this year as an 8th
grader will be Doves!
The Doves may opt to do the fourth set of badges, the Crown of Gifts
of the Holy Spirit!
Little Flowers Girls Club revolves around a four wreath cycle, meeting once per
month on the Second Thursday at 6:30pm for girls ages five to 14. Girls may join the club at
any time of the year. This is a mother-daughter program. Mothers are encouraged
to attend each of our monthly badge meetings. Older teens are encouraged to
help serve as leaders and mentors for younger girls in the program.
virtue will be completed every month by means of fun activities, catechesis
about a virtue each month, Bible memory verses, games, songs, snacks that share
our monthly theme, Christian Service Projects, “Meet a Saint” Movie Nights,
field trips and more!
flower petal patch badge is given upon completing a virtue.
a wreath is completed, each girl will be wearing a perfect little flower patch
to display on her sash. Religious medals may be earned for special Christian
Service projects by the girls.
Mother-Daughter tea party and prayer service will be celebrated in the Summer
and certificates of completion will be given to honor the girls’ achievements at
the end of the program year.
Flowers Calendar Events
Each month a virtue is
emphasized by associating it with a flower, a saint and a scripture verse.
Holy Bible, The Catechism of the Catholic Church, and books about
saints and the virtues are all incorporated in the garden meetings.
Flowers earn patches which reflect a virtue by doing works of service, praying, memorizing scripture verses and learning about a chosen saint.
and projects relating to the chosen virtue add to the fun. Within the garden
meeting, the girls will hear, read, share, and learn about
our role model, the
Blessed Virgin Mary, our patroness, St. Therese of Lisieux, saints of the
Church, and their own mothers. The Club invites
friendships and supports the
girls’ Catholic faith.
Girls will need a simple sash, member Wreath I. manual, name badge and a set of
Wreath I. patches in order to fully participate. Club shirts, skirts and
bandanas are optional. You may order materials from:
or tree nut products in any snacks due to girls with allergies!