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Junior Girl Scouts help to determine not only what areas of interest they will explore, and how they will explore them (badge activities, service projects, trips, activities suggested in their handbook, etc.), but also the manner in which they run their group or troop. The Junior Girl Scout Handbook, Girl Scout Badges and Signs and The Guide for Junior Girl Scout Leaders are the basic books recommended by the GSUSA. These books can be obtained through the GSHNJ Shops. Use this link to access the GSHNJ's website for the location, hours of operation and directions to the three council shops.

Listed below are most of the Junior Badge programs/activities. Links to those programs available online are also provided. Once you've viewed and/or printed the program be sure to hit the back button to get back to this website.
Troop #221 leaders have graciously documented some meeting ideas (appropriate for Brownies & Juniors) that you may find helpful. Click here and have a look.

  1. A Healthier You
  2. Across Generations
  3. Adventure Sports
  4. Aerospace
  5. Architecture
  6. Art in 3-D
  7. Art in the Home
  8. Art to Wear
  9. Becoming a Teen
  10. Being My Best
  11. Books
  12. Business Wise
  13. Camera Shots
  14. Camp Together
  15. Car Care
  16. Careers
  17. Caring for Children
  18. Celebrating People
  19. Ceramics and Clay
  20. "Collecting" Hobbies
  21. Communications
  22. Computer Fun* 1
  23. Consumer Power
  24. Court Sports
  25. Creative Solutions
  26. CyberGirlScout (online only)
  27. Dance
  28. Discovering Technology
  29. "Doing" Hobbies
  30. Do-it-Yourself*
  31. Drawing and Painting
  32. Earth Connections
  33. Eco-Action
  34. Environmental Health
  35. Family Living Skills
  36. Field Sports
  37. Finding Your Way
  38. First Aid
  39. Folk Arts
  1. Food Power
  2. Food, Fibers, and Farming
  3. Frosty Fun
  4. Fun and Fit
  5. Girl Scouting Around the World
  6. Girl Scouting in My Future
  7. Girl Scouting in the USA**
  8. Global Awareness*
  9. Globe-Trotting
  10. Healthy Relationships
  11. High on Life
  12. Highway to Health
  13. Hiker
  14. Horse Fan
  15. Horse Rider
  16. Humans and Habitats
  17. It's Important to Me
  18. Jeweler
  19. Lead-On
  20. Let's Get Cooking
  21. Local Lore
  22. Looking your Best
  23. "Making" Hobbies
  24. Making It Matter
  25. Making Music
  26. Math Whiz
  27. Model Citizen
  28. Money Sense
  29. Ms. Fix-It
  30. Music Fan
  31. My Community
  32. My Heritage
  33. Now and Then Stories*
  34. Oil Up
  35. On My Way
  36. Outdoor Cook
  37. Outdoor Creativity
  38. Outdoor Fun
  39. Outdoors in the City
  1. Pet Care
  2. Plants and Animals
  3. Prints and Graphics
  4. Puzzlers
  5. Ready for Tomorrow
  6. Rocks Rock
  7. Safety First
  8. Science Discovery
  9. Science in Action*
  10. Science in Everyday Life
  11. Science Sleuth
  12. Sew Simple
  13. Sky Search
  14. Small Craft
  15. Sports Sampler
  16. Stress Less
  17. Swimming
  18. The Choice Is Yours
  19. The Cookie Connection
  20. The World in My Community
  21. Theater
  22. Toymaker
  23. Traveler
  24. United We Stand* (Online only)
  25. Visual Arts
  26. Walking for Fitness
  27. Water Fun
  28. Water Wonders
  29. Weather Watch
  30. Wildlife
  31. Winter Sports
  32. Women's Stories
  33. World Neighbors
  34. Write All About It
  35. Yarn and Fabric Arts
  36. Your Outdoor Surroundings
  37. Girl Scout Bronze Award*
  38. Girl Scout Bronze Award Idea - Troop 748's Project
Unless otherwise stated below the source is noted on the linked document or site.
* Source: GSUSA
** Souce GSWR
1. Can be completed at the Score in New Providence, no fees. 908-286-0170


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