- Create a “piggyback” song by taking a familiar tune and changing the words
- Make an 11”x 17” poster
- Create a cartoon/comic strip
- Create a bookmark
- Create a full-page magazine ad
- Create a 30 second public service announcement to share
- Design a PowerPoint presentation
- Create a billboard
- Design a webpage
- Write a poem
- Write a limerick
- Write a 250-word essay
- Write a newspaper article
Girl Scout, you have a voice and it is so important to use it - no matter your age! You matter and you can make a difference. Together, we can make the world a better place.
As Girl Scouts, we choose to live by the Girl Scout Promise and Law – so it’s only natural that we would be interested in Scouting the Vote. Girls voices matter, and even though you may not be able to vote this year, you can still be a truly meaningful part of the process! Scout the Vote is a “Council’s Own” badge that is all about exploring the voting process.
Need resources on how to get started? Check out this PDF that has how to keep tabs on what's going on, how you can get engaged and educated, and so much more!
Check out all the Badge Requirements for Scout the Vote! This year, we have switched it up to allow for you to move through the badge requirements at your own pace. We encourage you to work on the badge activities prior to the event, and then you will have a chance to share each other’s work on our live zoom on October 20th. (Register here!) We will also get to hear from some pretty awesome role models and you’ll be able to ask any burning questions you might have, so come prepared!
Scout the Vote Resources/Activities
New resources added weekly! Check back for more.