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Girl Scouts at Home

Welcome to the Girl Scouts at Home portal! While we are apart due to social distancing, Girl Scouts is not cancelled, and neither are the fun, interactive, creative, and engaging opportunities that define what we're all about! If you're new to the world of Girl Scouting: welcome!

For our Girl Scout sisters, we're so excited to be offering you virtual programming, created with YOU in mind, along with some curated resources we think you'll like. Check out our Girl Made page to see cool videos created by Girl Scouts just like you! Let us know if you want to see any programming not yet listed!

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Additional Resources

The follow activities, programs, and resources were not created by Girl Scouts of Western Washington, but we feel they would be of benefit to our members.

Virtual World Centers Escape Room Challenge

GSWW Virtual Escape Rooms

Girl Scouts can complete the following virtual escape room challenges, created by the GSUSA Global Action Committee and GSWW Global Action Committee, to prepare for World Thinking Day.



We recommend that you work through the challenges in numerical order. Each GSWW Challenge contains an interactive slide presentation that showcases the challenge room and a collection of challenge locks where you will need to input codes and other information to demonstrate that you have completed the challenge.


Start a Challenge Today!


Additional Materials

You can also view each challenge room and its corresponding locks separately via files saved in the folders below.

If you have any questions or run into any issues, please reach out to our Program Manager, Rhiannon Hasenauer, at

Talking About Race with Youth
Girl Scout Culture
Human Services & Mental Health

These are resources to help families handle the realities of COVID-19's impact on our daily life and health.


Mental Health

Take Action

Online Learning

These resources give children access to scholastic programs that can be completed on a computer.

Seattle Public Schools

Rosie Riveters

Amazing Educational Resources List

Scholastic Learn at Home


San Diego Zoo Academy

  • Free interactive courses for middle and high-school age students designed to be completed in as little as one to two hours. They include video, images and quizzes to teach students about mammals, birds, reptiles, monotremes and more. Sign up.
Art & Culture


Observe! Patch Program

The Observe! Patch’s main goal is to develop civically engaged voices of girls and young women that lead to local and global action in the places they care about. The girls and young women will participate in a community-based patch program, learn about cities, and develop skills that will amplify their voices as they engage in place-based, creative action. Learn more on the Observe! Patch Program website or through the informational flyer here

I Dissent Girl Scout Patch from Girl Scouts Colorado

Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors are welcome to earn this special patch created just for Girl Scouts who are interested in learning more about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, women's rights and issues impacting women around the globe. Learn More.

Engage with the democratic process while playing games!


Create some Girl Scout magic in the kitchen with these recipes and tutorials!

Entrepreneurship & Financial Literacy

Keep your Girl Scout's entrepreneurial spark alive with these programs and activities.

  • Financial Literacy badge classes with young Americans Center for Financial Education
    • Virtual badge classes help Girl Scouts become financially savvy and gain a better understanding of money, budgeting and philanthropy. Upon class completion, Girl Scouts will receive the corresponding badge which will be mailed to them. Classes are offered via pre-recorded sessions, via Google Classroom, along with all class worksheets. If interested, troop leaders may inquire about setting up a live session for their entire troop. Classes are offered Daisies-Ambassadors. 
    • Please visit to view a list of all badge class offerings.
    • Fees: $15 per student (includes class, badge, and all class materials) 
    • Contact:
  • Mint.Com - online financial literacy courses covering everything from spending to saving. Courses are sectioned by age group.
  • VicTreeFi - Study financial literacy concepts with VicTreeFi! 
    • VicTreeFi is female-founded and is dedicated to promoting financial education. 
    • Courses are designed for high school students to prepare to manage their money after graduation and beyond. 
    • They include topics such as budget preparation, credit establishment, student debt management, savings goals establishment, and bank account maintenance. 
    • Courses are all online and are mobile-friendly. The classes are self-paced, so you may resume your place within a course at any time or repeat any lesson you’d like to review. 
    • Only $1 per course, open to Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts. 
    • Contact for more information.

Social distancing doesn't have to mean distance from nature. Get outside or prepare for your next excursion with these fun activities.


These science, engineering, technology, and math resources and activities can spark curiosity and keep your Girl Scout engaged at home.

Virtual Marine Biology Courses with Sea Smart

Girl Scouts can learn from home with Sea Smart’s Ocean Defender online courses. The courses take students through a series of interactive and engaging virtual lessons with hands-on activities to learn how to protect the amazing animals that live in our oceans. Visual learners can also enroll in Sea Sketchers to learn while drawing sea animals. The programs are most suitable for ages 7-13 (or enthusiastic younger learners). Courses are self-guided and offered at varying prices depending on how much families feel they can pay. Register here.

Projects & Activities

Learn to Code & Design

FUTURE U: Boeing + Discovery Education Programming



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Concerned about internet safety? Parents and girls can work together to take the  Internet Safety Pledge prior to participating in Girl Scouts at Home activities.


Questions or concerns? 

We'd love to hear from you! Call 1(800) 541-9852 or email

Our customer care team hours are Monday-Friday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.