3 Cheers for Animals!

Girls explore the beauty of nature, learn the many ways to care for animals, and embark on an animal adventure. Girls will also use their knowledge and creativity to teach others how to care for animals

If working with a mixed level troop, the Brownies Pets, Bugs, and First Aid badges integrate well.

Journey Plan 1

Journey Plan 2

Earned by Scouts.

Birdbath - For the first award, Daisies learn "Animals need care; I need care. I can do both." Daisies earn this award when they name one way…

Red Robin - Daisies earn the second award by using their knowledge and creativity to teach others how to care for animals. Daisies should choose animal care tips…

Tula - Daisies earn the third award by gaining courage and confidence in teaching others about animal care. Daisies should share with one another the good feelings…

A World of Girls

In A World of Girls, Brownies discover different cultures around the world and see how storytelling can inspire us to help others. Then girls may team up to tell their own stories through theater, crafts, painting, or even by developing their own advertising.

In this Journey, you will:

  1. Find out about girls around the world and how stories can give you ideas for helping others—play a game from another culture, invite storytellers to talk about what they do, or draw a self-portrait that shows what’s unique about you.
  2. Plan a Take Action Project, such as sewing a quilt, painting a mural, writing a play, or creating your own ad.
  3. Earn 4 leadership awards: Hear a Story Award, Change a Story Award, Tell a Story Award, and Better World for Girls! Award. If you’re a Girl Scout volunteer, go to Volunteer Toolkit for complete meeting plans and activity instructions.

Earned by Scouts.


Developing healthy relationships, navigating cliques, and moving beyond stereotypes are major themes in aMAZE! The Twists and Turns of Getting Along. Cadettes team up on projects with younger girls, senior citizens, or classmates to share their new friendship-building skills.

Earned by Scouts.


Exploring new roles and busting stereotypes are just two of the activities Juniors enjoy on the aMUSE Journey. Whether it’s role-playing, speaking to actors about their characters, or starting a “mix-it-up” day to meet new classmates, girls develop increased confidence and inspire others.

Check out Troop 40049’s aMuse Presentation!

Earned by Scouts.