Girl Scouting At Home
When girls take the lead, great things happen! Even though your girl’s daily routine may have changed, there are many ways she can still participate in Girl Scout activities and earn awards, even at home! Here are a few resources and ideas for Girl Scouts of all levels to help you get started. These resources are quickly becoming more available. Check back on this page often!
Girl Scout History
Virtual Field Trips
Online Badges and Journeys Grades K-5
Online Badges and Journeys Grades 6-12
Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors can work on their Environmental Stewardship badges by completing this course.
The year-by-year Cookie Entrepreneur Family pin collection is the latest addition to the Girl Scout Cookie Program—and was inspired by and designed for families just like yours!
Though schools are closed, Junior Achievement is here to support students, parents and teachers during this period of uncertainty. Learning can continue and JA is providing access to learning experiences that students can do on their own, with a parent or other caring adult, or with teachers via a digital/virtual environment.
Backed by 10 million Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in locations worldwide, World Thinking Day 2020 celebrates the diversity, equity, and inclusion reflected in our global movement. Check out our activity guides to explore this theme—and celebrate being part of the diverse global sisterhood that is Girl Guides + Girl Scouts! Girls can earn this award at any time throughout the year, not just around World Thinking Day!
Girl Scouts’ Global Action award calls for girls to address the Global Goals for Sustainable Development, or SDGs for short, by discovering, connecting, and taking action in their communities and beyond. In 2020, girls will explore SDG 5 (Gender Equality) to earn their Global Action award.
- Spread kindness and uplifting messages!
- Write letters or draw pictures for your local Nursing/Rehabilitation Home residents, Hospital workers and First Responders
- Donate nonperishables to your local foodbank or stock your local “Little Free Library” with food supplies.
- Challenge your Troop with a virtual bake-off using Girl Scout Cookies.
- Live the Girl Scout Motto – Be Prepared.
- The CDC recommends being prepared with enough supplies for two weeks, but not more! (no hoarding)
- Take a nature hike in your backyard while practicing responsible social distancing and your Leave Not Trace skills.
- Put back up your Thanksgiving/Christmas decorations - for the fun of it!
- Share uplifting stories or positive affirmations on social media or directly with your family.
- Consider fostering an animal or donate pet food and supplies to your local shelter.
- Help yourself and others practice patience, kindness and understanding.
- Become a citizen scientist and discover projects you can help with in your community.