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Badges at Home Patch Program®

MakingFriends Patch Program®Girl Scout Badges at Home Fun PatchThis 2″ iron-on embroidered patch is part of our patch program®.

Scouts have traditionally done their badge work with their troops. This stay-at-home time is a good opportunity for them to learn independence and work on badges at home

Suggestions for how younger girls can earn the Badges at Home patch:

Earn a Petal, Badge or JOURNEY* at home. Do one:

Suggestions for how older girls can earn the Badges at Home patch:

Independently Earn Badge or JOURNEY* at home. Do one:

  • Show your independence by planning or leading your troop in virtual badge work.
  • Work together virtually. Each scout can lead one part of a badge or JOURNEY* during virtual meetings.
  • Complete a Download or Badge in a Bag® kit at home to earn a Junior* badge. Virtually show your leader or your troop what you have done.
  • Complete a Download or Badge in a Bag® kit at home to earn a Cadette* badge. Virtually show your leader or your troop what you have done.

Suggestions for Community Badges at Home:

Using a platform like zoom, coordinate Badges at Home workshops for multiple troops. Older girls can lead and plan, especially if they are planning to complete their Service to Girl Scouting Bar.