Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas 100th Anniversary Patch Rockers
Each 100th anniversary rocker badge is earned by completing one activity for the corresponding category. Suggestions are listed for each category, but leaders and girls may also develop their own activity as long as it relates to the category. Activities should be program grade level appropriate with increasing levels of challenge as the girls get older. If learning Girl Scout history is fun for your troop, create an activity related to the past in some of the categories. Most importantly, all of the activities to earn each rocker should be fun for the girls and come from the girls' ideas and interests.
- Service (heart)
Participate in a service project that helps others.
- Outdoors (tree)
Participate in an outdoor activity.
Learn something new about the outdoors.
Go hiking, have a cookout, go camping, try canoeing.
- Environment (recycle symbol)
Take part in a recycling project, Check out the GSNETX Forever Green, Project Earth 2012 at www.gsnetx.org/projectearth
Learn something new about the environment.
Make a difference in your environment.
- Girl Scout Ways (daisy flower)
- Leadership (girl)
Help plan or run a meeting or activity.
Learn or practice a leadership skill like public speaking.
Find and work with a leadership mentor to explore your dreams.
- Celebrate (balloons)
This is about the fun! 100 Years is truly something to celebrate! Make Birthday Boxes.
Participate in a parade or ceremony.
Create your own celebration.
- Sisterhood (two girls, one silver, one gold)
Participate in an International/WAGGGS/diversity activity.
Correspond with a Girl Scout pen pal from a different part of the country.
Plan an activity with another troop from a different part of the council.
Participate in a Thinking Day event.
- Girl Scouting in Texas (shape of Texas)
Learn about Girl Scouting in Texas, such as how many councils are in Texas?
When was the first Texas troop formed?
Learn 5 things about our council.
Participate in a Council–wide activity or in a Service Unit event.
- Citizenship (eagle)
Learn proper flag etiquette and/or lead a flag ceremony.
Visit a city council meeting.
Learn the history of women's voting rights.
Learn about the history behind holidays related to citizenship like Memorial Day or Veteran's Day or Flag Day.
Learn about the symbols of our country.
- STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (atom)
Participate in a science fair.
Visit a science museum or aquarium or zoo.
Tour a STEM related business to watch how something is made.
Participate in Cookie Box Creations (for Cadettes and up.)
Create your own cookie recipe.