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 email@example.com
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
Book your day and time, ask questions and pick your project at littleredhenart.com or contact Jennifer at
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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!
Earn your Jeweler Badge: What is your birthstone? What makes a
diamond sparkle? Get the answers, learn about the tools used in
jewelry making and make your own jewelry. The program is run by Conny
Karman, a self-taught jewelry artist, a troop leader, and the founder
of IDEA It Lab. Minimum 10 girls required.
Parent helpers are free up to the required ratio. Workshops can be
scheduled directly by contacting Conny Karman (info@IDEAitLab.com or email@example.com or
262-352-4795). Click here to learn more.
Xcel Energy STEM Badge: Join us for this Virtual program to
earn your Xcel Energy STEM Badge. Appropriate for Brownie through
Ambassador levels. Girls will complete 4 activities from each of the
links, below. Troop leaders can print out activities and use the
answer sheet to verify learning. Troop leaders should NOT order school
classroom-oriented materials, as they are a duplication of the
activities already on the links. Link 1 & Link 2
Learn and Earn with Key Bank: Take charge of your financial
life. Learn and Earn is KeyBank’s comprehensive financial education
and awareness program, designed to address the growing need and desire
of consumers to improve their financial management skills. Our goal is
to provide access to resources that create a strong foundation for
economic stability and growth in the communities we serve. KeyBank’s
classes are a great tie into Girl Scouts Financial Empowerment badge
offerings. To schedule a class or to have a speaker come to your troop
meeting, please contact your local KeyBank
- Daisy (K-1)- Money Counts- Girls learn money basics, the
different coins and bills and learn their worth.
(2-3) Money Manager- Girls learn what money does and how to use
- Junior (4-5) Savvy Shopper- Girls learn the difference
between wants and needs and learn how to make a savings plan
- Cadette (6-8) Budgeting- Girls learn how to create a budget and
save to support a cause they are passionate about.
(6-8) Financing My Dreams- Girls get a reality check and learn about
how much their dreams cost and what they have to do to achieve
- Senior (9-10) Financing My Future- Girls learn how to
plan for their future whether it’s for school, buying a house or a
- Senior (9-10) Buying Power- Girls learn how to
make big purchase that require an ongoing financial commitment.
- Ambassador (11-12)- On My Own- Girls learn how to create a
future budget to determine the cost of living on their own.
- Ambassador (11-12)- Good Credit- Girls learn how to establish
good credit and compare different ways to borrow money.
Scriptwriting and Digital Storytelling Cadette
Digistars moviemaking programs take scouts
and/or troops through the filmmaking process. From storyboards to set
building, acting, directing, filming, and editing, our trained
instructors are professional filmmakers who will guide girls through
the production process. Choose a stop motion animation (Claymation!)
program or live action filmmaking using green screen technology –
either one will satisfy the requirements of both moviemaking badges.
Attend a scheduled program or book a private seminar for your troop at
your convenience! Come to our studio in central Denver, or we can
bring the program to your space! For more information, visit http://digistarsworkshop.com/
or call 888-611-5090