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Girl Scout Level: Girl Scout Brownie

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Grade Level: Second and Third Grades

 

What Brownies Do:

Brownie Girl Scouts you work with their Girl Scout sisters to discover more about themselves, connect with other Brownie Girl Scouts, family, and community members and take action to make the world a better place.  Brownie sing songs, do crafts, play games and explore new places and ideas throughout their meetings.  Friendship, fun, and activities start at the Girl Scout Brownie meeting and move out to the community when they participate in camp, events, and community service.

 

As a Brownie, You Might…

Visiting a zoo to feed—and learn how a veterinarian cares for—baby animals

Marching in a community parade

Working on Girl Scout Brownie Journey Awards and Badges: decorating a T-shirt, learning a magic trick, exploring life on the prairie

Planning an overnight to celebrate their birthdays

Deciding how many cookies to sell to earn money for trips

Camping and making s'mores over a campfire

Learning to swim at summer camp

 

Brownie Uniform:

Girls can wear the Girl Scout Brownie Pin, showing they belong to Girl Scouts of the USA, and the World Trefoil Pin, signifying their membership in a worldwide movement. Girl Scout Brownies can purchase uniforms with either a Brownie sash or Brownie vest to display Girl Scout Brownie Journey Awards, Brownie Badges and other insignia.

Click to view a chart which shows how to wear the Girl Scout Brownie insignia>>

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How to Join:

Any girl from K-12, from any neighborhood and any background can become a Girl Scout at any time during the year. The traditional and most well known Girl Scouting experience is through Girl Scout Troops. A girl may also join Girl Scouts as a Non-Troop Affiliated (NTA) Girl Scout. To register your daughter as a Girl Scout, please find your school district or the school district your daughter attends and contact your local field director. If you do not live in Nassau County, please use Council Finder to find a Girl Scout Council in your area.