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Junior Badge Quick Order Junior - Horseback Riding Badge Junior - Space Science Investigator Badge
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Riding a horse is one of the most exciting things you can do. But ask any good horseback rider her secret to success and she'll say that understanding a horse is as important as learning to ride one. Get clued in to horses and get ready to ride!

This new Outdoor badge was selected through the first-ever Girl Scout “Girls’ Choice” process. Girls cast their votes and selected the badge topics and designs, making the process girl-led from top to bottom. Iron-on. Imported.

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Our Solar System spreads out across space. It’s much larger than you might think and the stars are even farther away than you can imagine. Venture through the Solar System and beyond, and discover that space is even bigger than you thought.
Junior - Crane Design Challenge Junior - Paddle Boat Design Challenge Junior - Balloon Car Design Challenge
Welcome to the world of mechanical engineering! When you’ve earned these three badges, you’ll know how to use the Design Thinking Process to solve problems like an engineer. Every day, a mechanical engineer invents another machine to help people or solve a problem—such as nonpolluting cars or a better hearing aid.
Who knows what machines we’ll need next! If solving problems excites you, you may want to think about becoming a mechanical engineer so that you can invent these machines yourself!

This badge is one of three Design Challenge badges for Juniors. Information about earning these badges can be found in the Year Plans on the Volunteer Toolkit.

Girl Scout badges, awards, and other insignia that are earned for the accomplishment of skill building activities or any set requirements should be presented, worn, or displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in the appropriate program materials
Welcome to the world of mechanical engineering! When you’ve earned these three badges, you’ll know how to use the Design Thinking Process to solve problems like an engineer. Every day, a mechanical engineer invents another machine to help people or solve a problem—such as nonpolluting cars or a better hearing aid.
Who knows what machines we’ll need next! If solving problems excites you, you may want to think about becoming a mechanical engineer so that you can invent these machines yourself!

This badge is one of three Design Challenge badges for Juniors. Information about earning these badges can be found in the Year Plans on the Volunteer Toolkit.

Girl Scout badges, awards, and other insignia that are earned for the accomplishment of skill building activities or any set requirements should be presented, worn, or displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in the appropriate program materials
Welcome to the world of mechanical engineering! When you’ve earned these three badges, you’ll know how to use the Design Thinking Process to solve problems like an engineer. Every day, a mechanical engineer invents another machine to help people or solve a problem—such as nonpolluting cars or a better hearing aid.
Who knows what machines we’ll need next! If solving problems excites you, you may want to think about becoming a mechanical engineer so that you can invent these machines yourself!

This badge is one of three Design Challenge badges for Juniors. Information about earning these badges can be found in the Year Plans on the Volunteer Toolkit.

Girl Scout badges, awards, and other insignia that are earned for the accomplishment of skill building activities or any set requirements should be presented, worn, or displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in the appropriate program materials
Junior - Paddle Boat Design Challenge Junior - Crane Design Challenge Junior - Balloon Car Design Challenge
Welcome to the world of mechanical engineering! When you’ve earned these three badges, you’ll know how to use the Design Thinking Process to solve problems like an engineer. Every day, a mechanical engineer invents another machine to help people or solve a problem—such as nonpolluting cars or a better hearing aid.
Who knows what machines we’ll need next! If solving problems excites you, you may want to think about becoming a mechanical engineer so that you can invent these machines yourself!

This badge is one of three Design Challenge badges for Juniors. Information about earning these badges can be found in the Year Plans on the Volunteer Toolkit.

Girl Scout badges, awards, and other insignia that are earned for the accomplishment of skill building activities or any set requirements should be presented, worn, or displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in the appropriate program materials
Welcome to the world of mechanical engineering! When you’ve earned these three badges, you’ll know how to use the Design Thinking Process to solve problems like an engineer. Every day, a mechanical engineer invents another machine to help people or solve a problem—such as nonpolluting cars or a better hearing aid.
Who knows what machines we’ll need next! If solving problems excites you, you may want to think about becoming a mechanical engineer so that you can invent these machines yourself!

This badge is one of three Design Challenge badges for Juniors. Information about earning these badges can be found in the Year Plans on the Volunteer Toolkit.

Girl Scout badges, awards, and other insignia that are earned for the accomplishment of skill building activities or any set requirements should be presented, worn, or displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in the appropriate program materials
Welcome to the world of mechanical engineering! When you’ve earned these three badges, you’ll know how to use the Design Thinking Process to solve problems like an engineer. Every day, a mechanical engineer invents another machine to help people or solve a problem—such as nonpolluting cars or a better hearing aid.
Who knows what machines we’ll need next! If solving problems excites you, you may want to think about becoming a mechanical engineer so that you can invent these machines yourself!

This badge is one of three Design Challenge badges for Juniors. Information about earning these badges can be found in the Year Plans on the Volunteer Toolkit.

Girl Scout badges, awards, and other insignia that are earned for the accomplishment of skill building activities or any set requirements should be presented, worn, or displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in the appropriate program materials