Girl Scouting from Home
Girl Scouts supports your family and makes learning, doing, and growing more fun. We’re here for you!
Experience what Girl Scouting is all about – from the safety of your home.

Girl Scouts isn’t somewhere girls go or something they do—it’s who they are day in, day out. The self-guided, free activities introduce girls to the fun world of Girl Scouting while helping them develop critical life skills. Once your girl tries a few activities, we hope you’ll become a member and experience everything that makes Girl Scouts the world’s preeminent leadership development program for girls.

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Home Scientist

By playing careful attention during experiments, scientists learn new things - even if they've done the test before.

You're a scientist every time you do an experiment! In this badge, find out where science has been hiding in your home.

Animal Habitats

Imagine meeting a monkey or kicking up dust with a kangaroo. These animals live in the wild, so we don't get to spend time with them in their natural homes - their habitats. But that doesn't mean we can't find out more about where they live, how they play, and how we can help them!

Junior Detective

Stories, movies, and television are full of amazing detectives solving mysteries and bringing criminals to justice. Their jobs are exciting and take serious skills - skills you can try. Grab your magnifying glass and dive into the science of detecting!

Resources to Meet Virtually

Below is a list of free and low-cost tools troops and Communities in other councils are using for virtual meetings. While we cannot endorse or support specific online meeting tools, we encourage you to look at these and alternative options and discuss with parents and girls to determine what the best solution is for your troop or Community needs.

Video and Audio-Conferencing Tools (Preferred)

While all of these options have a free version, please note you may be prompted to consider their upgraded versions for a subscription fee.

  • Skype - Support
    • Note: Up to 10 participants free
  • Webex – Help Center
    • Note: Limited file and content sharing in free version
  • Zoom – FAQs
    • - For even more meeting security, you can consider doing following steps:
    • Disable all non-host screen sharing capabilities, making sure screen share capabilities remain host-only.
    • Enable the Waiting Room feature, which allows hosts of the meetings to see participants in a virtual
Chat and Collaboration Tools

While all of these options have a free version, please note you may be prompted to consider their upgraded versions for a subscription fee.

Additional Low-Cost Tools

Additional low-cost tools for collaboration and conferencing to consider if the above options do not meet your group's needs.

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