Girl Scout Brownie (grades 2-3)
A Girl Scout Brownie discovers the world around her as she learns more about herself, her family and her friends. Girl Scout Brownies have a lot of fun together! They sing the Brownie Smile song,sleep in tents, go on hikes and tell stories around campfires under the stars. (Don't forget hot chocolate and s’mores!) They may visit museums or zoos, meet people who have interesting jobs or exchange SWAPS (Special Whatchamacallits Affectionately Pinned Somewhere) with new friends.
Brownies are fun-loving adventurers, stepping out of their family and
school surroundings to learn more about themselves in relation to
The name "Brownie" is used in Girl Guide and Girl Scout organzations worldwide, and the Brownie program is part of the fabric of growing up in the United States.
Girl Scout Brownies earn Try-It badges by exploring different activities from dancing and cooking to math and science.
A typical Brownie meeting includes songs, crafts, games and exploration
of new places and ideas. Brownie Journey programs encourage this
exploration and help girls grow into leaders through the National Program Portfolio and Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
Brownies can earn badges which introduce them to activities and let them
try something new – proficiency is neither required nor expected.
As a Girl Scout Brownie, you can:
Learn how animals are cared for and organize a toy and blanket drive for a shelter
- Take a trip to Dairy Queen and learn how they make ice cream
- Attend special Girl Scout events in your community
- March in community parades
- Teach Girl Scout Daisies songs and games
- Go camping, make s'mores over a campfire
- Earn badges, learning new skills
- Make new friends and try new things at day or overnight camp
- Conduct service projects for the community
- Participate in Girl Scout council-sponsored activities either with your troop or individually including the cookie program and MagNut Program
- Develop planning and cooperation skills
- Plan day trips and overnight outings with the help of your troop and leaders
- Learn more about your neighborhood, city and state