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Troop Year Planner

Plan your year of Girl Scouting.

These helpful troop year plans guide you through each meeting.

Ready to plan your troop year? Our age-appropriate troop year plans are the best tool for first year troop leaders to get started with Girl Scouts without getting overwhelmed. The entire year is mapped out—just follow along to help your Girl Scouts complete badge activities, improve their communities, and explore the world around them.

Troop Year plans for Girl Scout troops grades K-5

Use these plans to help guide your Daisies, Brownies, or Juniors. Discover what Girl Scouting is all about, find simple ways to explore the outdoors, or improve your community with a service project. 

Learn more about what each Girl Scout level can do:

Girl Scouts in grades K-1 learn the Girl Scout Law and money basics and visit a state park. 

Girl Scouts in grades 2-3 design a race car, learn cooking basics, and take their first hike. 

Girl Scouts in grades 4-5 try new sports, explore technology, and go horseback riding. 

Troop Year plans for Girl Scout troops grades 6-12

With input from your Cadettes, Seniors, or Ambassadors, use these plans to put together your Girl Scout meetings. Participate in a national service project, build their cookie businesses, or try a new water sport.

Learn more about what each Girl Scout level can do:

Girl Scouts in grades 6-8 go on an outdoor trek, learn first aid basics, and more.

Girl Scouts in grades 9-10 become citizen scientists, learn about mental health, and more. 

Girl Scouts in grades 11-12 travel the country, practice photography skills, and more. 


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