Juniors (Grades 4-5)
Girl Scout Juniors is the third level in Girl Scouts and is open to girls in grades 4-5.
Juniors are explorers, entrepreneurs, and scientists. They’re change-makers, big-idea thinkers, and future leaders. A Girl Scout Junior wakes up every day ready to play a new role and change the world for the better!
Junior Camper Badge Activity: Knots to Know!
Whether you’ll be hiking, boating, or sitting around a campfire, learn a special skill that might come in handy at camp: knot tying!
Junior Gardener Badge Activity: Design a Dream Garden
Find out what it’s like to be a garden designer as you create a magical garden getaway.
Junior Eco Camper Badge Activity: Plan Meals with a Pizza Box Solar Cooker
Make a solar box cooker and cook something simple. Make sure you have enough sunlight. Do not try this when the sky is cloudy or when the sun is low in the sky.
Junior Outdoor Art Explorer Badge Activity: Make an Outdoor-Themed Impression
Make an outdoor-themed Impression using clay or salt dough, make an outdoor-themed impression. You might collect leaves or shells, or anything that’s unique to the area where you live.
Junior Citizen Science Journey Activity: Observe with Detail and Precision
Sharpen your observation skills and explore how scientists use observation to learn about our world.
Junior Cybersecurity Basics Badge Activity: Roll with Protocols
Explore how computers send and receive information when sending messages. Fnd out how computers use protocols and play a game to create your own.
Junior Space Science Investigator Badge Activity: Make a Mars Rover
Explore the surface of Mars and design the next rover to land there.
Junior Think Like a Programmer Journey Activity: Make Personal Innovations
Learn about algorithms and innovation. Create algorithms to teach others something that you’re good at and create a rapid prototype to innovate your process.
Life Skills Activities
Junior Outdoor Cooking Badge Activity: Create a Delicious Dessert
Transform a special-occasion campfire treat into a healthier any-time snack!
Junior Staying Fit Badge Activity: Create a Stress-Free Zone
Find a place in your home or outside that you can go when you feel stressed.
Junior Inside Government Badge Activity: Think About Laws
Think about how laws help communities run.
Junior First Aid Badge Activity: Make Posters Explaining Check, Call, Care
Learn the first steps to take in an emergency.
Girl Scout Bronze Award Activity: Even seemingly small actions can make a big impact
Girl Scouts are the youth leaders their communities need to create solutions to the new and ever-changing obstacles that arise from this global pandemic.
Junior Drawing Badge Activity: Experiment with Different Materials
Set up your "artist area" ear your object and choose a surface where you will draw. Set up your drawing tools and paper and get creative!
Junior Girl Scout Way Badge Activity: Make a Time Capsule
Share our sisterhood with future Girl Scouts.
Junior Global Action Activity: See What "Working from Home" Means Today
Conduct an interview with a woman who is currently working from home in order to learn about the importance of information and communication technology.
Junior Business Owner Badge Activity: Explore Businesses Opportunities
Girls explore business ideas you might like to start one day.
Junior Savvy Shopper Badge Activity: Explore Your Needs and Wants
Learn the difference between wants and needs so you're ready to be "money savvy."
Troop Leaders: The instructions for all badge steps are available free of charge in your Girl Scout Volunteer Toolkit.