Brownie Planning Guide – Girl Scouts River Valleys Volunteers
The Brownie planning guide is an online resource that includes many of the badge and award options for Girl Scout Brownies, as well as downloadable activity plans, to assist Brownie troops in completing Journeys and badges. Also see our additional resources for completing badges and journeys.
Girls will learn to paint, color in super strokes, and see what their imaginations can do while earning their painting badge. Girls can try out some great ways to get organized while earning their painting badge.
How do you earn the Brownie journey Summit Award?
The Journey Summit Award Pin is given to girls who have completed three National Leadership Journeys at their grade level (the colored border around each pin corresponds to their grade level), and it is the highest award a Girl Scout Daisy or Girl Scout Brownie can receive.
What is a brownie Journey Award?
Brownie Quest Award u2013 Girls will reflect on what they have learned and how to continue to be a good leader. When the keys are put together, the girls will discover that they have unlocked the keys to leadership.
What are the 3 Brownie journeys?
The master lock that requires all three of the Brownies’ keys to open is the journey’s culminating award, and the Brownies will learn that their three keysu2014 Discover, Connect, and Take Actionu2014unlock the meaning of leadership when used together.
What are the journey award badges?
The Outdoor Journey, anchored by the Troop Camping badge, will strengthen girls’ outdoor skills and ignite their interest in environmental stewardship. Each Journey consists of 2u20133 badges plus a Take Action project for Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors (Grades Ku201312).
What badges can a brownie earn?
When my troop transitioned to Brownies, I decided to begin with the Legacy badges, which cover all of Girl Scouting’s core badge categories: Artist, Athlete, Citizen, Cook, First Aid, Naturalist, and Girl Scout Way.
What can Brownies earn?
Complete one bridging activity from the two bridging steps: Pass It On! and Look Ahead! These steps can be found in the handbook section of the Brownie Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting. To earn the Bridge to Junior Award, complete one bridging activity from the two bridging steps: Pass It On! and Look Ahead!
What is a journey Summit Award?
The Journey Summit Award Pin is earned by girls who have completed three National Leadership Journeys at their grade level (the colored border around each pin corresponds to their grade level), and it is the highest award that a Girl Scout Daisy or Brownie can earn.
How do you get Daisy Journey badges?
AMAZING DAISY AWARD Represents knowing and living by the Promise and Law. Girls earn it by making the Promise to live by the Girl Scout Law and completing a planting or growing project in their community. This award is normally earned in the middle of the Girl Scout year.
How do you get the hiker brownie badge?
The Girl Scout Brownie Hiker Badge (It’s Your Planet-Love It WOW! Journey) can be earned in a variety of ways.
- Step 1: Find a Trail. Step 2: Practice a Hiking Skill. Step 3: Choose the Right Gear. Step 4: Bring an Energy Snack. Step 5: Go on Your Hike (and don’t forget your camera!).
What are the six levels of Girl Scouts?
Levels of Education
- Daisies (Grades Ku20131), Brownies (Grades 2u20133), Juniors (Grades 4u20135), Cadettes (Grades 6u20138), Seniors (Grades 9u201310), and Ambassadors (Grades 11u201312)
What is a daisy journey?
JOURNEYS The Journey series, which includes a Take Action project, allows girls to try new things, connect with others, and make a difference.
What do brownies do?
Brownies is about getting together on a regular basis – usually once a week – to work on badges, learn new skills, play games, and see friends; it’s also about trying new things and attending special events, day trips, sleepovers, camps, and holidays.
Where does the Girl Scout 5 year pin go?
Answer: The Bronze Award pin is typically placed on the front of the vest, to the girl’s left, outside of the insignia tab, and moves to the Cadette vest when the girl bridges to Cadettes.
How long does it take to complete a Girl Scout journey?
A Journey usually takes 5 or 6 meetings to complete, but if you decide to try the Journey-in-a-Weekend format with your older Girl Scouts, these 5 tips will ensure that everyone has a good time.
What is the sow what journey?
You’ll learn about a wide range of global and local food system issues, connect with local programs and resources, and Take Action to advocate for changes in food production, security, waste, or workers on this “Sow What” journey.