Summer Scout Program Catalog

Explore the wide variety of merit badges and adventure badges available during weeklong summer scout classes at HMNS.

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Girl Scouts


Girl Scout summer classes are for girls in grades 2 and up and provide an interactive and fun look into scientific fields. One class is specifically written for Daisies (K through 1st grade), two classes are written specifically for Brownies (2nd and 3rd grade), two are for Juniors (4th and 5th grade) and two for Cadettes (6th through 8th grade). Note: Badges completed indicated in parenthesis.

The 2020 Summer Scouts Catalog!


Five Day Classes

Brownies Discovery (Hermann Park) (Sugar Land)
(June 8-12 in Sugar Land, July 6-10 and July 27-31)
(First Aid, Inventor, Making Games, Outdoor Art Creator, and Painting)
Learn steps for first aid and making games. Design outdoor inspired art and paintings with different mediums. Investigate inventions while building a better mouse trap.

Brownies on the Go! (Hermann Park)
(Celebrating Community, My Family Story, Hiker, Space Science
Adventurer, and Letterboxer)
(June 15-19 and July 27-31)
Discover facts about your community and family. Learn about the moon, stars and universe. Explore Hermann Park while hiking and hunting for letterboxes. A field trip around the museum area is included (Field Trip Permission Form required).

Amaze ME Cadettes (Hermann Park)
(Cadettes MEdia and Amaze Journeys)
(June 15-19 and July 6-10)
Cadettes will explore the multitude of roles available to them. You’ll imagine, create, and try-out new roles for yourselves. Investigate positive and negative messages in the media, deceptive advertising, and figure out how to use your influence for good.

Designing Daisies (Hermann Park) (Four Day Class – Sugar Land)
(June 29 – July 2 in Sugar Land and July 27-31)
(Think like an Engineer Journey, Model Car Design Challenge, Roller Coaster Design Challenge and Board Game Design Challenge)
Daisies will design a model car, roller coaster and a board game. Earn their Think like an Engineer Journey and complete their Take Action project, while at the museum.

Innovative Juniors (Hermann Park) (Sugar Land)
(Animal Habitats, Detective, Flowers, Jewelry and Photography)
(June 15-19, July 6-10, July 20-24 in Sugar Land and July 27-31)
Juniors will explore wild animals and their habitats, and the science in detection and forensics. Be creative with jewelry mediums, flower designing, and digital photography.


TWO DAY CLASSES
Get Moving Juniors (Sugar Land)
(Get Moving Journey)
(August 10-11)
This is a two day course to complete the journey. Juniors will explore energy usage and savings while completing their Take Action Project at the museum.


ONE DAY CLASSES
Cadettes Breathe Journey (Sugar Land)
(Breathe Journey)
(August 10)
Cadettes will explore the multitude of roles available to them. You’ll imagine, create, and try-out new roles for yourselves. Investigate positive and negative messages in the media, deceptive advertising, and figure out how to use your influence for good.


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