Girl Scouting in the USA

For more detailed information, please see your Junior Girl Scout Badge Book and your Junior Girl Scout Handbook.  The information provided here is only to give you an idea of what each badge is about.  Additional resources not found in the badge book or handbook are marked with this graphic .  They are additional ideas your troop might find useful in earning this badge.

1. On My Honor - learn the promise and law and then complete activities about them in your handbook
     make a promise poster to help you learn the promise (idea is under crafts)
     make a law bead bracelet to help you remember the law

2. Daisy's Life - read about Juliette Low in your handbook and discover more about her
     complete the Juliette Low patch program from Patchwork Designs

3.  Ceremonies: A Girl Scout Tradition - take a leadership role in planning and conducting a ceremony
     visit my ceremonies page for more information and ideas

4.  Signs, Mottos, and Handshakes - show that you know the sign, handshake, quiet sign, motto, slogan, friendship circle, friendship squeeze, and special songs

5.  Girl Scouting Close to Home - take part in a council-wide event

6.  Check Out Other Girl Scout Books - do activities in two Girl Scout books other than your badge book and handbook

7.  More About Junior Girl Scouting - learn about the meaning behind your membership pin or the world trefoil pin and then have a uniform fashion show or begin working on a program other than a badge (could be a sign, leadership award, religious award or a journey)

8.  Careers in Girl Scouting - interview an adult girl scout to find out what she does, the skills she needs and how her job (volunteer or paid) supports Girl Scouting

9.  Girl Scout History - talk to women who have been part of Girl Scouts, find out about some Girl Scout books of the past and what activities were popular

10. Helping Others - think of ways you can live the motto and follow through with them