Portable programs are kits that volunteers can check out for troop gatherings or service projects, and contain easy-to-follow instructions and resources. These kits can be checked out for up to two weeks, allowing troops plenty of time to complete the program. Please call 888.747.6945 for availability, then fill out the Portable Programs Reservation Form to submit with payment.
A Penny Saved
Teach your troop about the importance of being financially literate, from saving to smart spending and how to count money and give change. Complete with simple activities that will make financial literacy a breeze.
Anishinabe Patch Kit
Cost: $2 (includes patch and materials)
Study the Ojibwa people of the Upper Peninsula and northern Wisconsin with this kit’s educational resources such as traditional recipes, Ojibwa language tutorial, songs, and crafts.
Comet and Meteorite Mysteries
You'll have an out-of-this-world experience as you hunt for meteorite impact sites, make your own comet (and eat it, too!), and much more. You won't believe how easy teaching science to your girls can be with this interactive kit.
Exploring the Solar System
Bring outer space to your troop through hands-on activities such as sky gazing, building a model of a planet, and creating a human solar system.
FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman
Grades: 2-3 (older Girl Scouts can conduct programming for them, too!)
Let Ruff Ruffman teach you all about science and engineering through a series of interactive activities your girls are sure to love.
Flora and Fauna
Observe real animal pelt samples, animal skull replicas, real tree leaf and seed displays, identification mounts, a bird call identifier, and more while following a program guide filled with activities to accompany all of the kit items.
Girl Scout Daisy Celebration
Celebrate being a Girl Scout Daisy with a number of activities, crafts, snacks, and learning what it means to be a Girl Scout.
GirlSports on the Go!
A leader guide will help you lead basic locomotor and agility activities so your troop can easily pick up skills such as kicking, batting, dribbling, passing, catching, and more. The kit includes materials such as cones, balls, chalk, balloons, paddles, and more.
Historic Uniforms Kit
This kit comes with historic uniform components, accessories, and guides to help you identify the uniforms to use as a learning tool, fashion show, and a walking history of Girl Scouts.
Through games, visual aides, and observation, your girls will take a closer look at the incredible insects we see every day.
Making America Home
Take a citizenship test, create a family tree, put together a troop recipe book, and more activities while learning about immigration.
On the Road to Bronze, Silver, and Gold
This kit includes everything you need to get on the right track for an organized award-earning experience for girls interested in earning their Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards.
Each suitcase is packed with hands-on activities designed to help teach girls how to take care of their minds, bodies, and souls.
Wild Edible Plants
Grades: 4-5 (older Girl Scouts can conduct programming for them, too!)
This kit will help girls correctly identify, gather, and prepare several wild edible plants, complete with fun and easy recipes that go along with each plant.
WPS Green Energy, Green Earth
Learn about hydro, wind, and solar energy by building circuits, assembling a solar car and a wind turbine, and more! Participants will receive a Wisconsin Public Service Green Energy, Green Earth patch. This program is sponsored by Wisconsin Public Service.
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