In addition to the awards they are earning through the Journeys, the Girl's Guide gives girls the opportunity to earn National Proficiency Badges. There are five kinds of Girl Scout National Proficiency badges: Legacy badges, Financial Literacy badges, Cookie Business badges, Skill-Building badges, and the new Outdoor badges.
The Legacy badges are based on activities that Girl Scouts have been doing since 1912. There are seven groups of Legacy badges: Artist, Athlete, Citizen, Cook, First Aid, Girl Scout Way, and Naturalist. The Legacy badges give you variety and choice: Girls will have lots to do and you get to pick those badges they're most interested in. Plus, you'll see how relevant these topics still are for girls today!
Badge activities are progressive, so girls can build on skills they’ve learned at each level. For instance, when they earn the Cook Badge as Brownies, they’ll add to their experience when they earn the Cook Badge as Juniors all the way up to Ambassador.
To see all of the Legacy badges, click on the image at left.
You can add more badges to the Girl's Guide, depending on what topics interest girls. These additional badges come packaged in Skill-Building badge activity sets for Girl Scout Brownies through Seniors. Each set tells how to earn five different badges. The first three sets are coordinated with the National Leadership Journeys — It's your World — Change It! , It's Your Planet — Love It!, and It's your Story — Tell It!. You can make your Girl Scout adventure the best it can be when you see how everything fits together.Outdoor Badges
Girls voted on these badges from the topics and themes, right down to the design! The 2015 Outdoor badges can be purchased in any of our council shops. Can’t wait to get started? Download the digital requirements today and reconnect with the outdoors.
ART IN THE OUTDOORS BADGES ARE HERE
The new 2016 Art in the Outdoors badges are here! They are:
Special for Daisies!
There are three steps to earn each petal. Every Flower Friend tells a story about her line of the Girl Scout Law. The first step to read the story and talk about it. Then, act out the story. Girls then do an activity to practice the part of the law they just learned about.
To learn more about each petal, click on the image at left.
You can earn two leaves each year you're a Daisy. There are two kinds of leaves: Financial Literacy leaves (Money Counts and Making Choices) and Cookie Business leaves (Count It Up and Talk It Up).
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