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Virtual Badge Breaks

Join us every Tuesday and Thursday we will be live on Facebook, helping girls of all levels partake in fun and help earn parts of Girl Scout Badges. Although only a step or two from various badges will be covered in the video, we have provided additional resources for girls to complete the rest of the badge requirements across many levels.

Be sure to share photos of girls completing the badge work via the photo submission page on our website or by posting on your social media sites with the hashtag #GSJSChallenge. Sharing inspiration is a great way to stay connected.

Check back often as we create more!

Women Rock Part Two (April 2, 2020)
Girl Power Part Two

Coming Soon!

Join us as we continue our Women Rock! Virtual Badge Break. We’ll be completing steps from our NEW Girl Power Can’t Be Quarantined patch program as well as the Daisy Responsible For What I Say and Do Petal, the Brownie My Family Story Badge and the Junior Playing the Past Badge. 

Supplies needed: your favorite family recipe, a picture of a female you admire in your family, different colored construction paper, scissors, markers or crayons and a glue stick.

Women Rock - Part One (March 31, 2020)

Join in as we are considerate and caring by celebrating the final day of Women’s History Month. We’ll be working on Steps from our NEW Girl Power Can’t Be Quarantined patch program, My Family Story Badge and Playing the Past Badge.

Supplies needed: your favorite family recipe, a picture of a female you admire in your family, different colored construction paper, scissors, markers or crayons and a glue stick.

Taking Care of Me (March 26, 2020)

Girl power to the max as we respect ourselves and others by completing steps from Staying Fit Badge, My Best Self Badge and our NEW Girl Power Can’t Be Quarantined patch program.

Supplies needed: dress comfortably, a yoga mat or a towel you can place on the floor, water, a healthy snack of your choice, a piece of paper and a pencil.

Take It To The Dance Floor (March 24, 2020)

Using steps from our Dancer and Musician Badge put on your dancing shoes as we get ready for some Salsa Dancing and maraca making as well as chatting about women in music. Adults, siblings and friends are welcomed to participate.

Dress comfortably to dance.

Supplies needed: two disposable cups of equal size of any kind, tape, markers and anything that rattles to put inside the cups like beads, beans or rice.