Space Center Houston’s Scout Camp-Ins give your Girl Scout an
out-of-this-world opportunity to explore space science. Girls will
conduct hands-on activities to help them earn their space and
science-related badges. All camp-ins include dinner, an evening of
activities, snack, a campsite inside the center, breakfast, a
large-screen film in the Northrop Grumman theater, a private tram tour
and 2nd day admission to Space Center Houston’s one-of-a-kind
exhibits. Don’t let your girls miss this awesome opportunity!
Location: Space Center Houston
(Official Visitor Center
for Johnson Space Center)
1601 NASA Parkway, Houston, Texas
Datas: All dates are 5 p.m., Friday/Saturday to
8:45 a.m., Saturday/Sunday
Fee: $55/girl, $25/adult
(within a 1:4 ratio)
Girls seek challenges in the world. Girls develop critical thinking.
Girl Scout Brownies- Home Scientist: It’s Your World – Change It!
Find out about the science all around you, it’s everywhere. Be a
kitchen chemist and see how we can use liquid nitrogen to make ice
cream. Dive into density and make something bubble up. You will take
home your very own Martian Slime. Finally discover how static
electricity works and make your hair dance just like the astronauts’
hair on the space station.
Girl Scout Juniors- ENERGIZE: It’s your Planet – Love It!
Get moving! and transform your energy from Potential into Kinetic.
Discover what creates light pollution and learn how to make your own
nano flashlight. Make the wind work for you when you transform wind
power into chemical energy that can power your home. And finally
investigate different forms of energy with the help of our
van-de-graaff machine and energy show.
Girl Scout Cadettes- Create your own Badge – Space Scientist
Find out what it takes to live among the stars and discover fun
facts about the Space Station, and what astronauts need to do to
survive in space. Re-Hydrate with science and learn what happens to
the body with too much sugar and not enough water.
A.N.T.S. on mars! Make them work for you when you recover key
components from the surface. Team-work is the key.