For Every Girl (Grades K-12)
While most activities at Girl Scouts are organized around grade level, there are some activities that span all levels and that are truly "fun for all ages!"
Check out these unique activities that are specially designed for
every girl to enjoy!
Base Camp For Teens
Discover news, activities, and events curated especially for tweens and teens—Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors. Now you can easily find events you’ll love, meet girls from across the country, and try new activities.
Be a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award Girl Scout!
Explore what it takes to earn your Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award—the highest awards for Juniors, Cadettes, and Seniors/Ambassadors—and make a lasting difference in your community and beyond.
Becoming Me Program Series
Inspired by former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama’s book Becoming: Adapted for Young Readers. As a participant in this unique experience, you can explore the truth of your own story and the power of your voice while hanging out with friends!
Discovery Ahead: 28 New Badges to Spark Your Imagination
Now Girl Scouts have 28 new badges to earn as they explore their world. For 2021, earn new badges in the categories of Entrepreneurship, Math in Nature, and Digital Leadership. Try them all!
Cadette/Senior/Ambassador World Thinking Day Award Activity
Write a peace pledge. Then talk about what the pledge means to you, share your peace pledge with others, and encourage them to practice peace themselves.
Daisy/Brownie/Junior World Thinking Day Activity
Make face masks representing different emotions and use them to explore feelings and understand how others feel. Then talk about how listening and respect can help build peace.
Girl Scout Cyber Awareness Challenge
Learn about cybersecurity and how to protect yourself and others
online. When you successfully complete the challenge, you’ll earn a
certificate of recognition.
Girl Scouts Love the Outdoors Challenge
Complete the designated number of activities and earn yourself a cool new patch. Use #gsoutdoors to share your story and to see how other girls are completing this fun outdoor challenge.
Girls are Superheroes Patch
It’s time for you to show off your own Superhero Spirit! The three activities that make up this patch are Girl Scout favorites that showcase how badges increase a girl’s ability to face any challenge that comes her way.
Girl Scouts at Home In Print
Experiencing screen fatigue? Ready to unplug? Try our new no-screens-required, family-friendly activities that can be done safely at home or outside—anywhere and everywhere you may be!
Girl Scouts Great Space Challenge
Join the national Girl Scout Great Space Challenge. There's no need for special equipment—just a love of the stars and a view of the sky from the great outdoors or your own bedroom window.
Girl Scouts Love State Parks 2021
Explore natural wonders across the country with Girl Scouts Love State Parks 2021. Check out an interactive map featuring virtual activities from state parks across the nation.
Girl Scout Tree Promise
Join a national movement address climate change! Take the Girl Scout Tree Promise and unlock a special patch when you plant, protect or honor a tree!
Protect Your Planet
Explore the science of climate change with two exciting new on-demand events from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)! You’ll hear from environmental scientists as you learn what you can do to protect Earth.
Show Your Troop Leader Some Love
Explore these inventive activities to show your troop leader how much you appreciate them! It’s always the right time to say thanks.
STEM Activities from the Smithsonian Institution
Dive into one (or more!) of these fun and quick activities on your own or with your troop! Explore the list and choose the ones that capture your imagination.
Suffrage Centennial Patch
The Girl Scout Suffrage Centennial patch gives you and your troop a chance to explore this important history through simple guides and fun activities.
Women in STEM Coloring Book
When girls explore what women can achieve in a STEM career, they see the powerful connection between science and making the world a better place. And she discovers how she can change the world too!