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Girl Scouting at Home

We know that this is a challenging time for Girl Scouts—staying home from school away from friends is a significant change in their routine that can make them feel disconnected. At Girl Scouts, we are fortunate to be able to continue offering the same quality programming to girls, volunteers, and families virtually for at-home enrichment experiences. The unique and far-reaching Girl Scout sisterhood experience will help us stay connected during these unprecedented times.

For most programs, you do not have to be a Girl Scout to participate. If you have questions about a program, send us an email. For a full list of activities, please visit our event calendar. New programs are added weekly. Make sure to read your weekly newsletter, as programs are announced to GSU girls one week before they are posted publicly online and on social media. 

Virtual Programs & Interactive Videos

In order to deliver engaging and interactive experiences, virtual programs have limited space and registration is required.

Advocacy from Your Couch (C, S, A) - July 6

July 6
2:00-3:00 p.m.
Grades 6-12 (Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors)
Cost: $5

Learn about advocacy with us! We will be talking about how to support causes we care about, and what we can do to help make the world a better place. 

REGISTER ONLINE. Registration closes July 3 at 11:59 a.m. or when the program is full. (You do not have to be a Girl Scout to participate.)

Coding Basics (D, B, J) - July 9

July 9
6:00-7:00 p.m.
Grades Pre-k - 5 (Daisies, Brownies, Juniors)
Cost: $5

Explore the world of coding as we work on the Daisy and Brownie Coding Basics badges. Learn about how computers think with algorithms, meet women who have changed computer science, and write your own unplugged program! This is an unplugged programming workshop. We recommend that girls in grades Pre-K - 3 attend with an adult.

REGISTER ONLINE. Registration closes July 6 at 11:59 p.m. or when the program is full. (You do not have to be a Girl Scout to participate.)

Think Like a Programmer Online (J, C, S) - July 10

July 10
5:00- 6:00 p.m.
Grades 4-10 (Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors)
Cost: $20

Complete your Think Like A Programmer (TLAP) Journey online and learn to code from the comfort of your own home on your own schedule! CodeCampKidz will guide you step-by-step as you work through your projects. No experience or previous knowledge is required. When you finish your journey you will have coded a Take Action Project of your choosing and earned your journey award badges. The Web Development Edition of TLAP is designed for girls who are interested in a full code immersion experience. You’ll not only Think Like A Programmer but code like one, too, while overcoming obstacles, building problem solving skills, and developing confidence as an independent coder. You are free to come and go as your schedule permits, picking up where you left off. Optional live classes are available to support you. All you need to participate is a modern browser, high speed Wi-Fi, and a computer with audio capability. Unfortunately, we are unable to support Chromebooks. You will have as long as you need to complete your journey and can start any time after you receive the link. You do not need to begin your Journey on the same day that you receive the confirmation. Once you complete the journey, you are welcome to continue with additional learning plans available for purchase through CodeCampKidz. Confirmations for the class will be sent out on July 10 from CodeCampKidz from the domain "" and will include a link to create your Girl Scouts account with CodeCampKidz plus a workbook to help navigate the activities included in the Think Like A Programmer Journey. 

REGISTER ONLINE. Registration closes July 9 at 11:59 p.m. or when the program is full. (You do not have to be a Girl Scout to participate.)

5K Your Way (K-12) - July 11

July 11
All day
Grades K-12 & Adults
Cost: up to $7

Run, walk, or hike your way to complete a 5K with your family on July 11 from wherever you are. 5K Your Way brings together Girl Scout sisters from the comfort of your local neighborhood, park, or trail as we all focus on staying active together. Girls will determine the distance, location, time of day, and speed to create the perfect challenge for herself. We can’t wait to have you join us while we get active outdoors together, while apart. 

You will have the option to purchase a participant packet during registration that will be mailed to you prior to the event. The packet includes a bib with safety pins, mile marker signs, a finisher certificate, and a patch. 

We will post a video to our Facebook page on the day at 8:00 a.m. to kick off the event, but you are welcome to start the 5K Your Way at any time that works for you.  

Registration for this program is now closed. Thank you for your interest!

Outdoor Skills Quick Start (K-12) - July 15

July 15
Grades K-12 & Adults
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $5

Build skills, explore leadership, and develop a deep appreciation for nature by working through the newly revamped Girl Scouts of Utah Outdoor Skills patch program. In this sampler event, girls will work on a variety of activity topics, including Leave No Trace, Navigation, First Aid, Fire Building, and Knots. This one-hour event is the perfect way to learn about the program, get a quick start on some of the activity steps, and begin preparing for your next outdoor adventure! 

This is an introductory course to the Outdoor Skills patch program aimed towards girls entering K-5, girls who are new to Outdoor Skills, or volunteers interested in learning about Outdoor Skills on a virtual platform. 

Registration for this program is now closed. Thank you for your interest!

Astronomy Explorers Day (Pre-k - 12) - July 18

July 18
Grades Pre-k - 12
4 Sessions by age from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $5

Join us for a day of astronomy! Select the virtual session for your age group. Girls will work on badges.

  • Daisies, including Pre-k: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  
    • Explore space as you learn about the moon, sun, and stars! Create a moon sky book to see how the moon changes during the month, learn about how we can see the sun without looking at it, and explore star stories then make your own constellation. Girls should attend with an adult. REGISTER ONLINE
  • Brownies: 1:00-2:00 p.m.
    • Join us as we explore the solar system and the stars! Learn about the phases of the moon while you make a tasty snack, meet our planets while finding a creative way to remember them, and explore the night sky through constellations and their stories. Girls should attend with an adult. REGISTER ONLINE
  • Juniors: 2:30-3:30 p.m. 
    • Come and investigate space with us! Explore the moon as you learn about its size and phases with a tasty treat, meet our nearest neighbors in the solar system, and learn how to navigate the night sky. REGISTER ONLINE
  • Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors: 4:00-5:00 p.m.
    • Dive into the science of light and how it relates to astronomy! Learn about Dark Sky Parks and light pollution, explore how cameras and telescopes work with astronomy, and join citizen scientists around the world as they study how we see the stars. Some supplies may be recommended. A suggested supply list will be sent out once the program closes. REGISTER ONLINE

Registration for all sessions closes July 12 at 11:59 p.m. or when the program is full. You do not have to be a Girl Scout to participate.

Science Explorers (D, B, J) - July 29

July 29
Grades Pre-k - 5 (Daisies, Brownies, Juniors)
5:30 p.m.
Cost: $15

Discover the wonderful world of science! Dive into density, make messy science, and whip up a sweet treat with kitchen chemistry. This is a virtual program that includes a set of activity supplies. Supplies will be available for pick up at the office prior to the event or will be shipped. Additional supplies may be required. Brownies will earn the Home Scientist badge, available for purchase in the shop or online.

REGISTER ONLINE. Registration closes July 17 at 12:00 p.m. or when the program is full. Girls in grades Pre-k - 3 should attend with an adult. You do not have to be a Girl Scout to participate. 

Robots Rock: Older Girls (C, S, A) - August 4

August 4
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Grades 6-12 (Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors)
Cost: $5

Robots are everywhere! Join us to explore the world of robotics. Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors will work towards their Designing Robots badge by learning about what a robot is, how they work, and then designing their robot. This workshop will work on steps 1-3 of the Designing Robots badge for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors.

REGISTER ONLINE. Registration closes July 31 at 12:00 p.m. or when the program is full. (You do not have to be a Girl Scout to participate.)

Summer Camp: Home Edition

Summer Camp: Home Edition

Join camp directors Lauren and Candice as they bring your favorite camp activities to your home! To get started, a box full of camp fun will be delivered to you. Explore badges, learn outdoor skills, create crafts, and end the week with a virtual Girl Scout campfire and optional overnight experience!

  • Session 1 - June 22-26
    • Girls entering grades 4-10
  • Session 2 - July 6-10
    • Girls entering grades 1-5
  • Session 3 - July 27-31
    • Girls entering grades 4-8
Leadership Programs: Home Edition

Leadership Programs: Home Edition

Camp directors Lauren and Candice are bringing our summer leadership programs to your home! Girls in leadership programs will have the opportunity to continue to learn about becoming a camp counselor, develop leadership skills, and make new friends.

  • LIT - August 3-7
    • Girls entering grades 9-12
  • CIT & WIT - June 29-July 2
    • Girls entering grades 10-12
  • JC & JW - June 16-17
    • Girls entering grade 12
Virtual Troop Camping

Virtual Troop Camping

Take your next troop camping trip virtually with camp directors Lauren and Candice. Programming will include fun camp programs, Centennial patch programming, campfire program, troop leader social, and a Saturday morning check-in.

  • Session 1: June 19-20
  • Session 2: June 26-27
  • Session 3: July 17-18
Interactive Video - Basic Hiking Tips

Learn some basic hiking tips with Liza, a Girl Scout Senior, with Girl Scouts of Utah!

Interactive Video - How to Wash Dishes at Camp

Join Lauren, our Trefoil Ranch Camp Director, as she shows you how to wash dishes at camp!

Interactive Video - How to Pack a Backpack for Camp

Lauren, camp director at Trefoil Ranch, demonstrates how to properly pack a backpack for camp!

Interactive Video - Make Your Own Paper Flower Basket

Learn how to make a paper flower basket with GSU's Amanda and her daughter who is a Girl Scout Brownie! Learn how to make the baskets and paper flowers, as well as how to hang them.

Interactive Video - Learn the Girl Scout Promise in ASL

Learn the Girl Scout Promise in American Sign Language with Mary from GSU.

GSUSA National Online Programs

The brand-new Keep Girl Scouts Going guide is available to help parents and caregivers facilitate girls' experiences at home. And for even more ideas and resources, check out GSUSA's Girl Scouts at Home page

Space Exploration: From Mars to Stars - July 10

Prepare for the launch of the Perseverance rover in July! Join experts for an overview of the Mars mission and the stars beyond July 10. This event is held in two sessions for girls in grades K-5 and grades 6-12.

Hear from experts about Mars and the goals of the mission. Learn how you can watch the rover launch and get hands-on with Mars activities at home! Get tips on viewing the amazing night sky, including planets and stars, and gear up to participate in the Great Space Challenge and be eligible for a patch!

Register online for K-5 @ 12:00 p.m. MT
Register online for 6-12 @ 2:00 p.m. MT

National Service - Citizen Science

How can you play a part in solving some of the biggest problems facing our planet? Enter citizen science, where volunteers help scientists collect data for their studies and experiments. Anyone can be a citizen scientist—all you need is curiosity and a willingness to help! 

This summer, your troop can contribute to important scientific research by participating in one of our Girl Scouts Give Back citizen science projects. We’ve partnered with SciStarter, an online citizen science community, to help get you going!

Here’s how your troop can make a difference: 

  1. Choose either the Great Sunflower Project (for girls of all ages) or the Globe at Night project (for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors) to create an account for your troop on SciStarter

  2. Read the project’s instructions on your SciStarter dashboard and gather the needed tools and materials.

  3. Collect data for the project using the recommended tools and materials, and log the data using your SciStarter dashboard.

  4. Snap a photo of your troop’s work and share on social media using #GirlScoutsGiveBack (be sure to tag @girlscouts). Don’t forget to add your project to be counted as participating in our national service projects.

  5. If you wish to recognize your troop’s participation with a patch, we recommend the Girl Scouts Give Back patch. 

Want to learn more about citizen science? For a limited time only, you can download all activity instructions and the Take Action Guide for the Think Like a Citizen Scientist Journey for free from the Girl Scout Shop! 

Add your service project!

National Service - Letter Writing

The idea is simple: girls write letters to people in nursing homes, senior residences, and assisted living facilities, including the dedicated staff and caregivers. This long-distance hug is a way to share your good thoughts with these vulnerable and loved community members.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Ask your girls (and their friends!) to write letters to senior and caretakers using our tips (PDF).

  2. You can mail letters to one of the facilities (PDF) or reach out to a local assisted living center and find out how they would like to receive your troop’s letters. You could collect and deliver them (using no-contact practices), have girls mail them individually, or even deliver them via email. Don’t forget to include a note to tell the staff about the letters you’re sending (DOC).

  3. Take a picture of your letter packet and post it to your social media networks using #GirlScoutsGiveBack (and be sure to tag us @girlscouts).

  4. Don't forget to log the number of letters and add them to the national campaign! Let’s see how many letters of love and care our Movement can send!

  5. If you wish to recognize your troop’s participation with a patch, we recommend this community service patch

 Check out some more detailed guidance (PDF).

National Service - Mask Making

Now, with the GSUSA nationwide mask-making campaign, all girls have the chance to step up to help their friends, neighbors, and frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. And we’ve partnered with Feeding America, a network of local food banks across the U.S., to make it easy for your girls to amplify their efforts. Follow the steps below and, for more guidance, refer to the Instructions for Troop Leaders.

Here's how it works:

  1. Ask your girls (and their friends!) to make masks for adults and kids. Use the instructions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If your troop chooses to make masks for other kids, use 7.5” x 9” cloth instead. 

  2. When you are ready to send your masks, you can include a letter like this.

  3. You can safely distribute masks where you see the greatest need in your community (check out these ideas). Through our partnership with Feeding America, your troop can easily donate masks to your local food bank staff and families that rely on food bank services.   

  4. Inspire others to give back! Snap a photo of your troop’s masks and post to your social networks using the hashtag #GirlScoutsGiveBack and #gsutah. Be sure to tag @girlscouts too!

  5. Don’t forget to come back and log the number of masks you made!

  6. If you wish to recognize your troop’s participation with a patch, we recommend this Girl Scouts Give Back patch.

Love the Outdoors Challenge

Take the national Girl Scouts Love the Outdoors Challenge! Check out the activities and choose the ones you want to do to earn yourself a cool new patch. Summer is the perfect time to celebrate our love of the outdoors. While safely socially distancing, explore the outdoors from your window, front step, laptop or the wide open trail! Use #gsoutdoors to share your story and to see how other girls are completing this fun outdoor challenge!

The Girl Scouts Love the Outdoors Challenge kicks off in May and ends with Girl Scouts Love State Parks Weekend on September 12 and 13, 2020. Based on your grade level, complete the required number of activities to earn a snazzy new patch.

Girl Scouts Love the Outdoors Challenge

Superhero Girl Scouts

Girls are Superheroes!

Over the past century our country has faced difficult times, and Girl Scouts have always taken the lead with courage, confidence, and character.  Now it’s time for you to show off your own Superhero Spirit! 

The three activities that make up this patch are Girl Scout favorites that showcase how badges increase a girl’s competency and readiness to face any challenge that comes her way. Find your age group and complete all three activities to show off your superhero skills.

Girl Scout Superhero patch program

19th Amendment Centennial Patch

Girl Scouts is continuing our exciting partnership with the National Park Service and the “Girl Scout Ranger Program,” a joint venture connecting girls with National Park Service sites throughout the United States, including monuments, seashores, and urban sites.

This year Girl Scouts will be awarded a limited-edition commemorative patch for participating in activities focusing on the significance of the 19th Amendment. This special program will offer pathways for Girl Scouts to learn about women’s history and the suffrage movement through discovering, connecting, and taking action to make the world a better place.

For more information, read the full GSUSA blog post.

Council Patch Programs

Explore your interests and expand your horizons by working on patches and badges created just for you! Be creative at home by completing the required steps at home or virtually with your troop. Each patch program offers a curriculum for every age level. 

We offer council patches in all four program pillars: Entrepreneurship, Life Skills, Outdoors, and STEM. We also offer featured patch programs throughout the year!

Completed a Council Patch Program? Fill out your form here.
* Please note: patch delivery will be delayed until GSU offices reopen. 


Girls will develop an entrepreneurial mind-set giving them courage to fail and keep trying, the tools to create an independent future, and the power to do good in the world.

Cookie Business
Build YOUR own business. Set YOUR own goals, run it YOUR way through YOUR very own Cookie Business! The Cookie Program provides YOU the opportunity to do “A world of Good!”

College Bound
Remember that education opens doors, making the world a better place. Explore different careers and colleges on your own adventure! Learn what it takes to build a budget and plan for the future.

Invest, Invest, Invest
There are so many different ways to invest and save money, which will you use? From playing the stock market to collecting valuables, learn how to save! You are never too young to save for your goals!

Does Money Grow on Trees? 
Earn an appreciation for the history of money, from the art to the culture. Learn how money is printed today and what we used before. Go on an adventure learning about the history of money.

Financing My Dreams from Mountain America Credit Union
Explore budgets, savings, and setting goals. Promote financial awareness with your family and community. Learn tips to achieve your own financial dreams.

Life Skills

Whether it’s by exercising and staying healthy, developing strong relationships with family and peers, advocating on behalf of others, protecting our environment, or exploring careers that can truly change the world for the better, girls gain the skills and the inspiration to accept challenges, overcome obstacles, and take the lead.

Explore different religions and faiths while also learning more about your own spirituality. We all are wonderfully different! Explore with respect our differences. Be open-minded to learning.

Inner Strength
We are all bombarded with messages about who we “should” be, but really, no one gets to decide that for you. Earning this patch will help you find and celebrate your strengths! The world needs you to be you!

Living Healthy
You need nutrition, exercise, and rest to give you energy for the things you love. Jump right in! Taking care of ourselves can be fun! We feel our best when we take care of our bodies.

Make New Friends
Are you a drama queen or a peacemaker? Every day as you interact with other people you have the chance to build them up or tear them down. Complete the requirements for the patch to beef up your friendship quotient! 

Save Our Planet
Learn what can be done to Take Action and make a difference in the world! Learn about environmental concerns and what it means in YOUR community. What happens every day on our planet?


Whether it’s their own backyard, a mountain range, or the Utah desert, girls will be provided with the resources and training that will give them confidence to explore the outdoors and become confident, capable outdoor leaders.

Art in Nature
Connect with the world around you by finding your inner artist! What artistic spaces are around you? What kinds of art do you like?

Outdoor Skills
The Outdoor Skills Patch Program is a progressive, five-level program to help Girl Scouts learn and become proficient in outdoor skills. Through this patch program, girls explore leadership, build skills, and develop a deep appreciation for nature. The program is intended to supplement the existing Girl Scout program. Each level progresses through fire building, first aid, knife safety, knots, Leave No Trace, navigation, outdoor cooking, and self-care.

Connect with the Urban Explorer inside YOU! Learn about why the Outdoors are important. Discover new things you like doing outside!

Learn about all of the amazing activities you can try! Connect with the wonders of winter around you! Go on a winter time adventure with friends!

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)

There are still too few women in STEM careers, but change is on its way! This program will ignite girls’ natural curiosity and creativity while they build critical thinking and problem solving skills related to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Engineering Girls
Do you want to find problems, brainstorm solutions, and create projects? Learn how to go through a problem solving process. Are you curious about engineering?

Math Genius
We need math, use math, and must understand math in so many various areas of life. You don’t have to be brilliant in math to earn this patch – just start where you are! Math is everywhere around us.

Starry Nights
Do you know, or what to know all of the planets in our solar system? Do you adventure outside at night to look at the sky? Do you want to go to space someday?

GSU Centennial Patch Program

GSU Centennial Patch Program

Girl Scouts have been making the world a better place in Utah for 100 years!

Experience what it used to be like to be a Girl Scout as you explore some badge requirements from each decade. 

Building a Better Utah

Building a Better Utah Patch Program

From the very beginning, Girl Scouts has ignited the power of G.I.R.L.s (Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers, Leaders) everywhere.

Our founder, Juliette Gordon Low, took action to provide support to those in her community when they needed it most. In her honor, Girl Scouts of Utah has created the Building a Better Utah Council Patch Program to give back to our community.

Online Resources from Our Community Partners and Sister Councils


Girl Scouts of Badgerland’s self-guided entrepreneurship program. BossGIRL builds on the entrepreneurial spirit of the Cookie Program and lets each girl create her own business idea. She’ll gain the knowledge and skills to plan her business, finance it, and put it into action. 

Cabot Co-op Business Patch
The Co-ops for Community Patch program inspires young boys and girls to learn more about the value of cooperatives as a better business model, and helps builds leadership skills and supports community connections.

Young Entrepreneurs Lesson - US Small Business Administration
This course introduces young entrepreneurs to the basics of creating and financing a successful business. You will learn to evaluate your ideas, choose the best financing options, and legally register your business.

Biz Kids Games & Lesson Plans
Get your kids financially lit! Set your teens up for a lifetime of financial stability with this easy and entertaining course that shows them how to make, manage, and grow their own money.

Life Skills

Online tours of the Louvre
Visit the museum's exhibition rooms and galleries, contemplate the façades of the Louvre. Come along on a virtual tour, and enjoy the view!

Online Cooking Club for Kids
You’ll get a delicious new recipe to master, learning different essential cooking skills along the way. Each challenge will also come with how-tos, shopping and storage tips, fun activities, and conversation starters.

Virtual Museum Tours
Experience the best museums from London to Seoul in the comfort of your own home.

Field Notebook Transcriptions with the Natural History Museum
Volunteers are needed to transcribe the handwritten field notes from scientists working in Utah throughout the 20th century. It’s a fascinating opportunity for any history buff, budding biologist, or friend of the Museum. You’ll get to know the scientists of the past and help preserve and share their work.

Cabot Creamery Gratitude Patch
Cabot’s Gratitude Patch focuses on the importance of expressing gratitude in both what one says and through one’s actions.

Glazer Children’s Museum at Home
Let GCM be a source of fun and learning for your family while you’re at home! We’ve created a learning laboratory where children play, discover, and connect with the world around them and develop as lifelong learners and leaders.

Fun Crafts and Recipes 
Highlights provides crafts, activities, and recipes for children – creating experiences that engage, delight, and foster joyful learning.


Tour Yellowstone National Park
Ready to explore Yellowstone? You can start exploring now by virtually touring some of the main attractions around the park.

Become a Junior Ranger Night Explorer
Children can learn how to find the North Star, write their own creative mythology about the constellations, track the phases of the moon, learn about stars and galaxies, and use all their senses to explore the night environment at a national park.

National Geographic Kids
National Geographic Kids ignites the explorer in all of us with interactive games, videos, fun quizzes, articles, and more! Learn about different animals and cultures, and explore our world.

Girl Scout Knot Tying Tutorials
A YouTube playlist of videos explaining and demonstrating how to tie ten different essential knots.

Watch Wild Animals
An official curated ranking of the most exciting wildlife activity streaming including videos of birds, bears, fish, mammals, and more.

Plan Your Next Adventure with REI Expert Advice
Your go-to source for expert outdoor knowledge you can trust. All the information you need to learn new skills, choose and maintain gear, prep for your trips, and have amazing adventures.


Explore the Surface of Mars
Access Mars lets you explore a 3D replica of the Martian surface, exactly as it was recorded by the Curiosity rover.

Girls Get STEM
Girls Get STEM: Unleash Your Inner Scientist provides educators, troop leaders, and families with standards-aligned curriculum that aims to address gender equity in STEM education through a series of girl-led, girl-tested, and girl-approved resources for students in grades 2-5.

Carnegie STEM Girls
Carnegie STEM Girls is a comprehensive site with activities, resources, and links designed to get teenagers excited about STEM. Access videos, tutorials, programs, and activities that provide a rich learning experience and show the fun of STEM.

Mouse (computer science)
Choose from a variety of creative technology projects, follow the steps to design something original, and learn new tech skills!

Coding a LEGO Maze
This activity may be appropriate for children as young as five or six, while the concepts introduced in the harder challenges are covered in any introduction to programming class. These LEGO mazes, which can be solved with “code” using paper rather than a computer, illustrate 4 levels of difficulty and include a variety of programming concepts.

PBS Design Squad
Design Squad Global empowers middle school kids to solve real-world problems and understand the impact of engineering in a global context. Refreshed weekly with challenges, videos, and activities, the website is one of the only places on the web where kids can share their engineering ideas with other kids.

Science Buddies
Explore our favorite experiments, engineering challenges, and demonstrations with these fun hands-on STEM activities! Materials are easy to find, most activities take an hour or less, and the STEM learning is limitless.

Girl Scout STEM Facebook Group
A place for Girl Scout leaders and volunteers to get and share ideas for implementing STEM in Girl Scouting and earning STEM-based badges.

American Chemical Society Earth Week
Chemistry-related activities that celebrate Earth Week. Some are existing resources and activities, and others will be released for Earth Week. They also have Facebook Live seminars.

Nantucket Science Center's Science Festival
A variety of activities, separated by discipline, provided as PDFs from local and national STEM-related organizations. Includes quite a few activities in Spanish.

National Children's Museum - STEAMwork
Archive of YouTube videos of various kid-friendly activities, mostly STEM. Geared more towards the younger kids; also posted daily on their Facebook page. 

San Diego Zoo
Live cam footage of various zoo animals as well as recorded informational activity videos.

NISE Network at Home
A collection of STEM activities that kids can do at home. Some are printables and others are more activity-based.

Additional Resources

Low Cost Resources to Help Earn Badges at Home
An online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

GS Overseas Online Resources
A comprehensive list of online and virtual resources for program delivery from USA Girl Scouts Overseas.

Scholastic Free Content - 20 Days of Learning at Home
Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.