Friendship, fun, and age-appropriate activities begin at the Girl Scout Brownie meeting and move out to the community and wider world. Girl Scout Brownies work together in groups, earn Girl Scout Brownie Badges, and explore their community.
Learn about the earth, people of the world, space, food and sports. Girl Scout Brownies also earn Brownie Badges. Girls enjoy working with other girls, building lasting friendships, singing songs, playing games and camping.
Brownie Quest: Pack a bag and join the quest! You'll find trails with friends and fun and all sorts of...well, we can't say what! After all, there's a mystery to solve! And did we mention that special something Girl Scouts have always loved - a bright and shining Brownie Elf?
WOW! Wonders of Water; Water does so much for you! Can you return the favor? On this Wonders of Water journey, you will love water, save water, and share water! That's a really big WOW!
A World of Girls helps engage Brownies in this wider world or stories in a way that gets them looking for clues to help make the world a better place. With some help from Brownie Elf along the way, girls see how they can create positive change in the world—change that affects girls.
Everyone knows that Girl Scouts have badges. But has more than just exciting, new badges for every age level. Each guide contains:
Girls can wear a Girl Scout Brownie Membership Pin as a sign of their belonging to the Girl Scout Movement. They can also wear the Girl Scout Brownie vest or sash over their clothes or purchase a variety of official Girl Scout Brownie uniform components. The girls place Journey Awards, Girl Scout Brownie Badges and participation patches on their vest, sash, or in a scrapbook.
Girl Scout Brownies may belong to a troop guided by leaders, community volunteers, who are parents or other adults trained by the local Girl Scout council. Leaders partner with girls, giving them opportunities to make decisions about their activities and to learn leadership skills within the group. They are encouraged to recruit Troop Committee members (parents) who help with transportation, snacks, product sales, record keeping, telephone calls and where needed.