Brownies of Montana and Wyoming
Girl Scout Brownies work together in groups, earn Girl Scout Brownie badges, and explore their community. Friendship, fun, and age-appropriate activities begin at the Girl Scout Brownie meeting and move out to the community and wider world.
Sample activities for Girl Scout Brownies
- Working on Girl Scout Brownie badges, for example: computer expert, home scientist, and hiker
- Visiting a zoo to feed—and learn how a veterinarian cares for—baby animals
- Marching in a community parade
- Planning an overnight event to celebrate their birthdays
- Deciding how many cookies to sell to earn money for trips
- Camping and making s’mores over a campfire
It’s Your World – Change It! Brownie Quest Journey Pack a bag and join the quest! You’ll find trails with friends and fun and all sorts of…well, we can’t say what! After all, there’s a mystery to solve! And did we mention that special something Girl Scouts have always loved—a bright and shining Brownie Elf?
It’s Your Planet – Love It! WOW! Wonders of Water Journey Water does so much for you! Can you return the favor? On this Wonders of Water Journey, you will love water, save water, and share water! That’s a really big WOW!
It’s Your Story – Tell It! A World of Girls Journey Come and hear a story and soon you’ll recognize that stories hold clues for how to change things for the better. Brownies belong to a large and far-reaching world of girls.
LINK TO GIRL SCOUT ACTIVITIES, STORIES, AND FUN
Independent Registered Members (not belonging to a troop) may participate in Pathways and earn badges; referred to as IRM’s or Juliettes, independent registered members may sell cookies and participate in other Girl Scout activities. Guidelines are available. This is just one Pathway (option) which is available to girls.