Photography Badge Collaboration: I am a graduate student here in Denver focusing on Conservation Photography. I am a lifetime member of Girl Scouts and would love to collaborate with a troop or group of girls interested in earning the Photographer badge, while looking through an environmental lens! If you are interested in working on the Photographer badge with me, please contact Dawn Moon at email@example.com or 307-797-4448 to schedule a time. Cost will be dependent on the location of the project. There are several places where this activity will be free.
Robotics and Electronics: EEME & Girl Scouts combined objective: 1. Foster innovation in field of electronics, robotics and coding 2. Popularize conceptual and practical elements of robotics 3. Helps gaining programming & designing robots badge
What EEME Teaches? 1. Curiosity By combining hands-on projects with online curricula, we tap into kids' innate curiosity by getting them to build with their hands, at the same time as they interact with quizzes that ensure they understand the workings behind the project. 2. Communication By building a platform where kids can mentor other kids in what they've already learned, kids will learn by teaching. Not only that, they will learn how to lead, how to effectively communicate their ideas, and how to break down complex pieces of knowledge into simpler ones. 3. Critical Thinking By explaining the "why" in addition to the "how," we teach kids how to ask questions and to take charge of their learning.
Elite Dance Academy: Dance Classes/Workshops to Fullfill Badge Requirements. Elite Dance Academy would like to host Troops looking to fullfill badge requirements for My Best Self, Dancer, Staying Fit, and Practicing with a Purpose badges. Elite has two locations, in Boulder and Broomfield, and can provide classes/workshops in either location. Please let us know if there's any other way we may serve you and your troop! We would love to invite all Daisy, Brownie, and Junior Girl Scouts to come and dance with us! Please call our studio at (303) 442-3745 or (303) 466-8626 for additional information!
On the Trail to Health, Heritage, and Happiness™: This program fulfills requirements towards the Brownie Hiker Badge. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your invoice address and account. The cost is $25 per troop, per route. At poudreheritage.org/wellness-program you select from heritage hunt routes along the Cache la Poudre River. Along the route, the troops answers heritage-themed questions, which they answer by reading interpretive signs. The group also takes photos at certain points of interest. After the route is completed, all the answers and photos are uploaded to our website submission form.
Arts and Crafts Badge: Earn your painting, art, craft, sewing or create your own creative badge at Little Red Hen Studio!- A Girl Scout leader owned creative studio! Cost is $12-15 per girl scout depending on the project you choose.
Book your day and time, ask questions and pick your project at littleredhenart.com or contact Jennifer at 720-938-9876
Climate Change Patch with Colorado Moms Know Best: Girl Scouts can learn more about what causes climate change and what you can do to prevent it. Working to earn the patch means learning skills from research to presentations to organizing. There are activities for Girl Scouts of all ages. Any interested girl is welcome to participate and patches are available in the GSCO shop for purchase. Girl Scouts can work on patch requirements as a troop or on their own, too. To find details about the patch, check out http://coloradomomsknowbest.com/2017/03/introducing-the-climate-change-girl-scouts-patch/.
Colorado Moms Know Best is a network of parents standing up for our children by protecting Colorado’s outdoors and quality of life, especially our clean air. For questions contact Jen Clanahan at email@example.com or Lori Thompson at Lori.Thompson@gscolorado.org
Earn Your Comic Artist Badge!: Dan Conner, with Crazy Good Comics, is an educator and cartoonist based in the Metro Denver area. He is passionate about using artwork to impact our community and finds that comics are one of the best ways to do this! With his series, My Gal, the Zombie, Dan uses our culture’s popular fantasy theme of zombies as a metaphor for diversity. While not including scary content, he hopes that readers can draw parallels between this fiction and real life situations of discrimination. From brainstorming to publication, Dan can equip your girls to not only earn their Comic Artist badge, but to become cartoonist. They can also work on other badges, such as screen writing, drawing, and others. Workshops include advanced instructions geared specifically to their goals using skills with technology, collaboration, leadership, team building, artistic expression, and even bully prevention. He could also work with your troop to release their comics in a variety of formats. Workshops can be scheduled directly by contacting Dan. A minimum of 10 girls are required for a three hour session, and the cost of $12 per girl includes all materials. There is no additional charge for adults. Don’t miss this great opportunity to collaborate with an award winning artist!