Brownie Outdoor Journey

Brownies earn their Outdoor Journey by completing their three outdoor badges and then doing a “Take Action Project”.

To complete this journey, Brownies should earn:

  1. Earn Brownie First Aid badge
  2. Earn Hiker badge
  3. Earn Cabin Camper badge.
  4. Complete a Take Action Project

The capstone “Take Action Project” should focus on making the outdoor world a better place.

Part of the , sequence. Earned by Scouts.

Brownie Quest

Girls learn how to take care of themselves, their families, their Girl Scout sisters, and their community in the Brownie Quest Journey. Together they read to younger kids, promote healthy eating, or choose a project that improves the lives of their neighbors.

Brownie Quest In a Day

Part of the sequence. Earned by Scouts.


Brownie Quest Award - At the end of the Quest, the girls also earn the journey's culminating award - the Brownie Quest Award. This is the master lock that…


Connect Key - To find the Connect Key Brownies connect: as a Brownie team with their families on a healthy living activity with their communities to increase healthy-living…


Discover Key - To find the Discover Key, Brownies discover: Their special qualities and talents The values of the Girl Scout Law The special qualities and values of…


Take Action Key - To find the Take Action Key, Brownies: identify a community place where they can take action plan to take action improve their world by carrying…


Brownie Quest Award

At the end of the Quest, the girls also earn the journey’s culminating award – the Brownie Quest Award. This is the master lock that needs all three of their keys in order to open. Through this award, the Brownies come to see that, together, their three keys – Discover, Connect, and Take Action – unlock the meaning of leadership.

Part of the Brownie Quest award. Earned by Scouts.

Brownie Safety Award

  1. Talk to a teacher, parent, or another adult about how to stay safe at school. Make a list of the three most important rules for playground safety or safety on the school bus.
  2. Get a map of your neighborhood or town and mark with the police station, fire station, and other important points are located.
  3. Find out a smoke alarm works. Test the one at your home so you know what it sounds like and to make sure it’s working.
  4. Choose an upcoming trip you plan to take – to a carnival, amusement park, the mall, or even just the grocery store – and make a safety plan with an adult. Find out what to do if a stranger approaches you in a public place.
  5. Find out what natural disasters are most common in your area (earthquakes, blizzards, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods) and discuss with your family or another adult what to do when they happen.

Earn Brownie Safety Award

Part of the sequence. Earned by Scouts.

Bugs

Bugs help us in lots of cool ways. Explore the world of bugs and learn more about these little creatures that do so much.

1. Draw a bug poster
2. Try a bug craft
3. See bugs in action
4. Explore bug homes
5. Take a bug field trip

When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll know all about bugs.

Part of the sequence. Earned by Scouts.

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