There are many ways a Girl Scout Junior can still participate in Girl Scout activities and earn badges and patches. Check out these program activities that can be done at home!
Girl Scout Juniors: Product Designer
Learn how to chart the products you find at home and design your own solutions through innovative product creation.
Girl Scout Juniors: Musician Challenge
Let’s get funky, fun, and jazzy. Discover the magic of music and how important it is in our lives. Create your own instrument and microphone and choose a scene from your favorite family movie.
Girl Scout Juniors: Playing the Past Challenge
We can learn a lot from our past and the experiences of others around us. Jump into history and experience what a colonial schoolhouse was like, dress up, make a quill, create a bonnet, paper quilt, and put on a colonial fashion show.
Girl Scout Juniors: Space Science Investigator
Discover the magic of space science and complete step two of your badge! Learn how to measure a year, how many times you have orbited the sun, and complete your birthday walk.
Girl Scout Juniors: Independence Challenge
Make a plan to go on a trip, research the logistics, cost, and time to travel to your destination. Think about how many people will be with you and if they have any scheduling conflicts. Discover transportation avenues to help someone who cannot drive to get to where they need to be, create your independence (I)-statement, learn about healthy friendships, and what to do in the case of an emergency.
Girl Scout Juniors: Digital Photographer Challenge
Everyone thinks of the world and their surroundings differently. Take tons of photos, edit, and learn from a photography expert. Take photos from your point of view and show your family and friends an insight into your mind’s eye.
Girl Scout Juniors: Scribe Challenge
Explore what you can do with words and find out how you can encourage, entertain, and excite people with writing. Be creative, write a poem by using the titles on the spines of books, write a haiku, a limerick, design the cover to your autobiography, and write about something you are passionate about. Let’s see what a great poet you are!