Time needed: 30–45 minutes
Materials needed: Anything you can find in your home to build a time capsule about your experience with Girl Scouting.
Activity: “Sisterhood” doesn’t just mean the sisters in your family. All the girls and women who are Girl Scouts try to live by the Girl Scout Law. That’s what makes us a Girl Scout sisterhood. Use our Law’s important lines to get closer to your sisters across time and space.
Make a time capsule. Get together with another group of Juniors—via phone or video chat!—to show girls in the future how Girl Scout Juniors practiced the Girl Scout Law today. Collect items that show Girl Scout values; maybe photos, souvenirs from your Leadership Journeys, stories you’ve written, or patches from your favorite Girl Scout events. Put them in a waterproof container, and decide on a special place for your time capsule. (Some are buried in the ground or placed in a wall or safe.) Write instructions for when and who should retrieve the capsule!
Troop Leaders: The instructions for all badge steps are
available free of charge in the Girl Scout Volunteer Toolkit.
Girl Scout Activity Zone activities have been adapted from existing Girl Scout programming.