Seniors (Grades 9-10)
Hello Troop Leaders and Girls!
These videos and activities are designed to give you ideas for adapting badge steps in a virtual environment. Watch the videos, read the instructions, and add any necessary adaptations to meet your troop’s needs. We don’t recommend playing the videos at troop meetings—but they’re great if a girl is doing a badge step on her own or had to miss a session!
Girl Scout Seniors is the fifth level in Girl Scouts and is open to girls in grades 9-10.
Senior Voice For Animals Badge Activity: Investigate, Protect, and Speak Up for Domestic Animals
Talk one-on-one with an animal-rescue worker and find out what it’s like to have a career protecting animals.
Senior Trail Adventure Badge Activity: Use Mental Imagery To Train For Your Next Trail Adventure
Experience how creative visualization can enhance your performance in physical activities, build self-confidence, and help you regulate your emotional state!
Senior Eco Explorer Badge Activity: Investigate a Global Ecosystem Issue
Explore local water issues and learn about other environmental issues in your community.
Senior Sky Badge Activity: Master the Art of Storytelling
Share stories about the sky from ancient and modern cultures, then write your own.
Senior Adventure Camper Badge Activity: Make a Buddy Burner
Learn how to make a camp stove with easy-to-find supplies!
Special Event: Being Cyber Safe and Cyber Savvy
All around the world, girls like you are connecting with friends, family, and communities online. Talk with real experts from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) about stories you might not hear about on the news. We're chatting with a panel of special agents on all-things cyber: cybersecurity, cyberbullying, and how you can help others be cybersafe online.The recording is free to watch but requires sign-in. This event was hosted by Girl Scouts of the USA and our partners from the FBI.
Special Event: The Space Mission Experience
Meet former astronaut Wendy Lawrence and find out what it was like to be in space. Join AstraFemina member and former astronaut Wendy Lawrence to hear how she prepared for her missions. What did she have to pack? How did she prepare for zero gravity in space? The recording is free to watch but requires sign-in. This event was hosted by Girl Scouts of the USA and AstraFemina.
Senior Programming Robots Badge Activity: Create A "Paper Program" To Help A Robot Make A Sandwich
Write a computer program that tells a robot how to complete a (silly) task.
Senior Think Like a Citizen Scientist Journey Activity: Jump Into the Scientific Method
Explore how scientists solve problems as you create a test to learn more about your environment. Then, find out how you can help real scientists with their research!
Senior Cybersecurity Basics Badge Activity: Identify Functions and Privileges
Explore how cybersecurity professionals use functions and privileges to keep computer networks safe.
Senior Space Science Expert Badge Activity: Make a Stardust Self-Portrait
Discover elements of a supernova and make a stardust self-portrait to show how humans are made up of those elements.
Senior Think Like an Engineer Journey: Take the Harmless Holder Design Challenge
Find out how engineers solve problems with the Design Thinking Process. Then, take on a design challenge to engineer a soda holder that helps protect animals and sea life!
Senior Coding Basics Badge Activity: Write Pseudocode to Create a Portrait
Use pseudocode to create a portrait of yourself or someone you admire.
Senior My Portfolio Badge Activity: Land the job!
Prepare a résumé that spotlights your leadership experience from running your own Girl Scout Cookie business.
Senior Buying Power Badge Activity Badge Activity: Big-Ticket Buying
Which large purchases might be in your future? Whether it’s a car, college, or an apartment, think about what you’ll need in a long-term payment plan.
Senior Business Startup Badge Activity: Brainstorm a Business
Brainstorm with a team—like entrepreneurs do—for an idea to develop into a business.
Senior Financing My Future Badge Activity: Declare Your Dreams
Explore different careers and learn about the education and training required for each.
Senior Cookie Entrepreneur Family Pin Activity: Five Steps to Reach Your Cookie Sales Goal
Learn how you and your family can support your personal and troop cookie sales goals.
Life Skills Activities
Special Event: Women and Girls in the Civil Rights Movement, Then and Now
Join Dr. Noelle Trent from the National Civil Rights Museum and Ambassador Girl Scout Jordan from Girl Scouts Heart of the South in a discussion of how women and girls influenced the fight for civil rights in the past, and what girls can do today. The recording is free to watch but requires sign-in. This event was hosted by Girl Scouts Heart of the South and Girl Scouts of the USA, with the National Civil Rights Museum.
Special Event: Behind-the-Scenes - How Women in Congress Get Things Done
Have you ever wondered how a law is passed or change is made in government? Now's your chance to find out! This event for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors (girls in grades 6 through 12) includes a panel of female congressional representatives. They'll share stories for how they work to create change through their roles. They’ll discuss the importance of collaboration and standing for your beliefs.
Senior My Promise, My Faith Pin Activity: Explore the Girl Scout Law and Your Faith
Create a keepsake to showcase your principles and values.
Senior Textile Artist Badge Activity: Research Two Different Textile Arts from Other Cultures
Choose a textile art to try by exploring examples from different cultures around the world.
Senior Global Action Day Activity: Film Your Own Story
Showcase issues and challenges girls face around the world and in your very own community.
Senior Global Action Award Activity: Design an Anti-Climate Change City
Find a brighter future in your "dream job" by exploring your interests, talents, skills, and hobbies now.
Understanding Take Action Activity: How Take Action Projects Differ from Community Service Projects
Take Action and community service projects are different, but both are essential to Girl Scouting. Let’s explore their differences so you can focus on making the world a better place through your Take Action project, Bronze Award, Silver Award, or Gold Award!
Senior Getting Started with the Gold Award: Make the World a Better Place
You’ll make a mind-mapping tool to explore the root causes of the issue(s) you’re passionate about. Then you’ll take your research further to learn about resources and develop a network beyond your friends and family that can help you take action and make the world a better place.
Senior Suffrage Centennial Activity: Writing the Op-Ed to Persuade
By reading some op-eds, you’ll learn how to express your opinions in ways that can influence others. Then you’ll have a chance to practice that!
Democracy for Seniors Badge Activity: Federal Spending
Find out how funds are allocated by Congress—and see if you agree with their decisions.
Senior Women's Health Badge Activity: Explore Healthy Relationships
Find out how relationships and health are connected.
Senior Behind the Ballot Badge Activity: Compare Local, State, and National Elections
Learn how local, state, and national elections work.
Senior First Aid Badge Activity: Use Everyday Objects to Make Splints
Learn how to improvise and create a splint with everyday objects.
Senior Girl Scout Way Badge Activity: Create Your Own List of Laws Tied to the Girl Scout Law
Spread sisterhood through the Girl Scout Law
Senior Global Action Activity: Start a Book Club
Start a book club to learn more about girls’ education around the world as part of Global Action Days (Global Action Week for Education).
Senior Truth Seeker Badge Activity: Investigate a Speech Given by a Public Figure
The news and information you see, hear and consume every day may be misleading and could be wrong.
Troop Leaders: The instructions for all badge steps are available free of charge in your Girl Scout Volunteer Toolkit.