How do you get the friends badge?
How to Earn the Girl Scout Brownie Making Friends Badge (It’s Your Story-Tell It Journey)
- Step 1 Make a Friendly Introduction (game)
- Step 2 Show Friends You Care (craft)
- Step 3 Share a Favorite Activity.
- Step 4 Learn How to Disagree.
- Step 5 Practice Friendship (game)
What is the difference between Girl Scout badges and patches?
Girl Scout badges and patches—believe it or not, there is a difference between the two. Badges are awards girls earn by completing skill-building activities. Patches are to be worn on the back of vests or sashes, while badges are worn on the front.
Do Girl Scout fun patches have to be earned?
Also known as “fun patches,” these are given to Girl Scouts for participating in fun events, activities and other Girl Scouting-related programs. Unlike badges, girls don’t usually need to fulfill any requirements to get a patch. (FYI, patches always go on the back of the uniform.)
How do you make a fun patch?
Join in service projects with your troop to earn fun patches.
- If you see a need in your area, bring it up to your troop leader and ask if your troop can help.
- Encourage your troop to volunteer at a community vegetable garden to help beautify your city while providing food to people in need.
How do you get the Brownie Girl Scout badge?
- Step 1 – Sing Everywhere. Learn a classic Girl Scout song and sing along!
- Step 2 – Celebrate Juliette Low’s Birthday. Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts, was born on October 31st, 1860.
- Step 3– Share Sisterhood.
- Step 4– Leave a place better than you found it.
- Step 5 – Enjoy Girl Scout Traditions.
Where can I make good friends?
Once you reconnect with your circle of friends, the next step is to meet people you don’t know.
- Join meetup groups. Meetup.com is a great social networking site.
- Attend workshops/courses. These serve as central avenues that gather like-minded people.
- Go to parties.
- Visit bars and clubs.
- Online communities.
Can Girl Scouts earn patches on their own?
Whether your troop has shifted to virtual meetings, or everyone’s decided to postpone all activities for the time being, your Girl Scout still has the option to earn badges on her own at home. Badges aren’t as complicated as they might seem.