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Girl Scouts at Home

Welcome to the Girl Scouts at Home catalog! While our Girl Scout community is apart due to social distancing, Girl Scouts is not cancelled. With technology and flexible experiences, we are prepared to navigate the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please take the Internet Safety Pledge prior to participating in Girl Scouts at Home activities.

New to Girl Scouts? Want to learn more?

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Most Recent Virtual Activities

Programs by Grade Level

Materials and Resources

Virtual Badge Resources and Materials
Virtual Journey Resources and Materials

Think Like An Engineer Materials List (Daisy-Junior; grades K-5)

Think Like An Engineer Take Action Guide (Daisy-Junior; grades K-5)

Think Like an Engineer Materials List (Cadette-Ambassador; grades 6-12)

Think Like an Engineer Take Action Guide (Cadette-Ambassador; grades 6-12)

More Fun Patches

For Patch Challenges, print and complete the workshop and email your finished worksheet to shop@gsnim.org. When you're ready, call in your payment for your patch and we will mail it to you!

Virtual Troop Meeting Resources

Resources from GSUSA and Beyond!

GSUSA
Other Councils

Many of our sister councils are offering Girl Scouting at Home ideas too. If your Girl Scout has already earned the badges or Journeys we are providing content for, consider checking out another council's information! 

Cadettes through Ambassadors, learn about careers in Computer Science through the work of Suhani Singhal, Gold Award Girl Scout from Girl Scouts of Northern California. Check out Suhani's video series and website for great advice for girls.

Girl Scout of Kentucky's Wilderness Road has teamed up with Prevent Child Abuse to create a patch program aimed at increasing awareness of the issue of child abuse. As part of the program, girls are encouraged to make pinwheels (the national symbol for Prevent Child Abuse) and display them for others to see during the month of April. This would be great for a virtual troop project or a project for your family!

Other Organizations