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Brownies working on the Painting badge may be curious as to the differences between brushes. Here's a good guide and tutorial for choosing the right brush.

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Girl Scout BROWNIES Meeting Template | Brownie Try-It Record for - DOC

Brownie Try-It Record for - DOC

Put small drop of glue over dots and let dry. Children will be able to feel what braille is like. Excellent resource for the Beautiful Minds Try It "Senses Try It Badge"

Braille Alphabet Chart | Braille Alphabet Org

How to use a compass for Brownies!

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Tip for Brownies earning their Hiker badge: Use duct tape to keep away blisters while hiking! Stick a few 1-inch chunks on your water bottle so they are ready as soon as the first signs of discomfort arrive. Get tips like these and more in Iowa Outdoors magazine.

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Creating a letterbox - for the letterboxing legacy badge for Brownies

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Tips for making a first aid kit. Great for Brownies earning their First Aid badge!

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Printable Try Its for Brownies

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Smart Snacks for Kids

Here is a good resource if you're working on your Brownie Snacks badge. Filled with vitamins and just the right amount of calories for growing kids, these 12 nutritious #snack ideas from will be a hit with your family. #myplate

Smart Snacks for Kids

How My Brownie Troop Earned the First Aid Try It Badge

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How to Make Your Own Flower Impressions on Clay

Idea for Brownies earning their Potter badge: Pick a flower or plant and lay on top of a small piece of clay. Use a rolling pin to make an imprint in the clay. Perhaps glue a hanger on the back and display as wall art!

How to Make Your Own Flower Impressions on Clay | eHow

Snacks Tryit - FoodGroup Worksheet

Printable - Colorful Food Groups Sorting Worksheet

Making Friends badge--ideas from a volunteer: Planning an SU campout, Brownie Day, Cookie Rally, or other activity where GS Brownies will be meeting new friends? Consider the activities found in the Making Friends badge! How to properly introduce someone, how to compromise, how to learn what your friend likes to do, etc.

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bug observation for brownie bug badge

Bug Observation Freebie

How to Earn the Brownie Girl Scout Manners Try It Patch - InfoBarrel

How to Earn the Brownie Girl Scout Manners Try It Badge

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Watercolor Techniques :: 60+ Watercolor Projects Kids Love

50 Watercolor Techniques for Brownies earning their Painter badge.

Watercolor Techniques :: 60+ Watercolor Projects Kids Love

This would be a fun example to show Brownies who are earning their Inventor badge.

Obol Cereal Bowl

How to Earn the Brownie Girl Scout Stitch It Together Try It Patch - InfoBarrel

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Girl Scout Leader 101: Brownie Badge: Give Back

Girl Scout Leader 101: Brownie Badge: Give Back

Compass Treasure Hunt -- fun game for Brownies earning their Hiker badge. You could also tie it into the A World of Girls program by putting out "treasures" from other countries (postcard, small toy, game in a foreign language, book set in a different country, etc.) for girls to find.

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Old Family Recipe Card: use for Brownie badge, My Familty Story, step 2. Family recipe.

Free Printable Recipe Cards

Free Birdwatching Game - or make your own!

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational

Camping with your Brownie troop? Don't forget about badges to help the girls make memories of their trip. The Hiker badge is a great choice - our troop perused a map of the camp and chose a trail, listened to an experienced hiker discuss proper gear, learned and practiced making trail signs with sticks and stones, made a healthy GORP snack to eat on the trail, and then hiked. What a great accomplishment for the girls!

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We just finished this one :) Camping with your Brownie troop? Learning how to enjoy ALL aspects of the outdoors can be a challenge - help them enjoy it by working on the Bugs Badge (a Legacy badge from the Naturalist category). Our troop did a scavenger hunt to see how many bugs they could find near the camp site, listened to and observed bugs with an entomologist dad, made a bug poster, performed skits about bug habitats (cocoons, hives, etc.), and made a bug swap.

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Camping with your Brownie troop? You may want to plan at least a few activities that can be done inside, in case of inclement weather. The activities involved in earning the Senses badge are perfect. Each activity relates to one of the five senses - our girls learned about Braille and practiced writing their names, listened to night sounds to see if they could identify them, investigated each others' taste buds before and after s'more eating, etc. So fun, so educational!

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