Radio and Wireless Technology Patch

The National Association for Amateur Radio has a Girl Scout patch program. Girl Scouts can learn fundamentals of radio communication and wireless technology and take action in their communities to apply communications to connect people, provide safety, and explore related careers.

  • Learn the fundamentals of wireless communication
  • Explore radio science through hands-on learning with Amateur Radio
  • Use radio communication to talk around the world and for public service and safety
  • Learn how wireless technology is used in everyday life and in careers

Earn the Radio and Wireless Technology Patch

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Vision Awareness

Girl Scouting offers a variety of opportunities and challenges. With this in mind, the Pennsylvania Paraoptometric Association (PPA) would like to offer the Girl Scouts the opportunity to earn a Vision Awareness Patch, which has been approved by the Girl Scout Council. PPA is an association committed to enhancing the quality of eye care. We believe the activities requires for the girls to earn the patch will make them more aware of the importance of vision and good vision care. The girl’s efforts may even spark an interest in Optometry or related fields.

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Patches

Patches are non-official badges that are worn on the back of a vest or sash. These patches demonstrate a set of skills or a topic that a girl can explore in depth.

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Vision Awareness - Girl Scouting offers a variety of opportunities and challenges. With this in mind, the Pennsylvania Paraoptometric Association (PPA) would like to offer the Girl Scouts…


Radio and Wireless Technology Patch - The National Association for Amateur Radio has a Girl Scout patch program. Girl Scouts can learn fundamentals of radio communication and wireless technology and take action…


STEM

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Robotics - Welcome to the world of robots! When you've earned these three badges, you'll know how to build a robot, program a robot, and share what…


Engineering - The Engineering badges teach girls about inventing, designing, and engineering. Lesson plans for these badges are available from Volunteer Toolkit or Girl Scouts Far North Council –…


Race Car Design Challenge

When engineers design something new, they need to consider how forces like gravity and friction will affect their design. Race car designers add or create special features, parts of something, that help their car to go fast. Engineers create these features to make their products more useful. Design, build, and test your own race car using GoldieBlox to explore how science can make a faster race car!

  1. Learn how design can affect speed
  2. Design and build your race car
  3. Design your racetrack
  4. Conduct a fair test and record results
  5. Share what you learned

When I’ve earned this badge, I will have designed race cars and race tracks, then carried out “fair tests” to learn how design affects speed.

Lesson plans for this badge are available from Volunteer Toolkit or Girl Scouts Far North Council – there is no badge packet to buy.

Part of the Engineering sequence. Earned by Scouts.