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Girl Scouts at Home: Brownie Bugs Badge Part Four of Four

 

 

 

 

 

Earn the Brownie Bugs badge at home with the help of GSCO’s Outreach Program team! When girls earn this badge, they will explore the world of bugs and learn more about these little creatures that do so much.

For Step Four, you are going to explore bug homes! Watch this video for a fun activity to do just that.

We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.

Girl Scouts at Home: Brownie Bugs Badge Part Three of Four

Earn the Brownie Bugs badge at home with the help of GSCO’s Outreach Program team! When girls earn this badge, they will explore the world of bugs and learn more about these little creatures that do so much.

For Steps Three and Five, you are going to see bugs in action and take a bug field trip! Watch this video and then go on a bug scavenger hunt! For your scavenger hunt, you can make your own board or use this one.

We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.

 

Girl Scouts at Home: Brownie Bugs Badge Part Two of Four

Earn the Brownie Bugs badge at home with the help of GSCO’s Outreach Program team! When girls earn this badge, they will explore the world of bugs and learn more about these little creatures that do so much.

Step One was to draw a bug poster. For Step Two, try a bug craft. Watch each of these videos to decide which one you would like to try.

We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.

 

Girl Scouts at Home: Brownie Bugs Badge Part One of Four

 

Earn the Brownie Bugs badge at home with the help of GSCO’s Outreach Program team! When girls earn this badge, they will explore the world of bugs and learn more about these little creatures that do so much.

Step One is to draw a bug poster. Pick your favorite bug or a bug you’d like to learn more about. Draw it and include fun facts about the big around it. What does it eat? Where does it live? How long can it live for? Is it a helpful or harmful bug? Any interesting physical facts? Does it have predators? Check out our examples on bees and snails for inspiration!

We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.