1. Find out how to take care of yourself, your family, your Girl Scout sisters, and your community—do an activity with your family to chart everyone’s special talents, play games at your troop meetings to learn how to work together, or do a fun “clue hunting” activity to learn the Girl Scout Law.
2. Plan a Take Action project, such as visiting a nursery school to read to younger children or teach them a game, creating a school skit about healthy eating, or making a presentation to your city council about fixing a broken sidewalk by your school.
3. Earn 4 leadership awards: Discover Key; Connect Key; Take Action Key; and Brownie Quest Award.
The Girl Scout Brownie Journey Award Set is iron-on with four triangle-shaped appliqués: three keys and lock design.
Please note: If you're a Girl Scout volunteer, visit the Volunteer Toolkit for complete meeting plans and activity instructions.
Girl Scout badges, awards and other insignia that are earned for the accomplishment of skill-building activities or any set requirements should be presented, worn or displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in the appropriate program materials.