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*This post contains affiliate links. Updated April 2023 When Juliette Gordon Low founded the Girl Scouts of USA in 1912, she had several goals in mind. The first was to develop the minds of girls to be open to all possibilities and to their own potential, whether they chose to be a homemaker or a community activist. At that time in history, many people were isolated in their own communities, as there was no means to go places. When young women joined the Girl Scouts, they were taken out of…

Sara Tilghman
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*This post contains affiliate links. Updated April 2023 To Junior Girl Scouts, who are anywhere between 9-11 years old, the past is a concept that they are still developing. A teenager, who is only a few years older, seems “grown-up” to them! A fun way to revisit your youth, whether your childhood was in the 1960’s, 1970’s or 1980’s, is to do the Junior Playing the Past badge. Unless the girl is doing this badge on her own, for you will need to select the decade so you can plan and prepare…

Kelly Bryant
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Before I get started, please note that a lot of the prep work can be done by the girls in a meeting. But we were going to be pressed for time, so I did as much prep work beforehand as possible, because I wanted to do all of this in one meeting. It was a lot, but was GREAT! Now, you can use the suggested activities in the Junior binder, and that's fine! But as usual, I went a little outside the box. Do what works best for you and your troop! But you might enjoy one of the activities here. It…

Johanna Henry