Have fun learning about the fascinating and important mathematical ratio Pi. Check out the Pi Day activity booklet!
April is STEM Month! Learn how to celebrate with Girl Scouts.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Girls are natural-born scientists! They look at the world around them with inquisitive eyes, experiment and push boundaries, and learn as they go. Girl Scouts introduces girls of every age to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to help them see how they can improve the world—whether they're discovering how a car engine runs, learning to manage finances, or caring for animals.
Research shows that girls are keenly interested in STEM and excel at it. Yet, for a variety of reasons, girls often don’t pursue STEM—starting as early as elementary school. We can change that! Let's encourage girls to see that STEM can help them make the world a better place.
When girls participate in Girl Scout STEM programs, they benefit in four important ways:
1. STEM Interest: Girls are excited about STEM subjects and
want to learn more about them.
2. STEM Confidence: Girls have confidence in their STEM skills and abilities.
3. STEM Competence: Girls think scientifically to solve problems.
4. STEM Value: Girls learn the importance and relevance of STEM to people and society.
STEM At-home Program
Space Mission Experience
Space Exploration: Mars to the Stars
The Great Space Challenge
Make a Solar Oven
Light Spinner - The Newton Disk
Girls Get STEM
Earn STEM Badges,
Patches and Journeys
STEM Month Challenge
Oregon Dairy Patch
STEM Badges and Journeys
STEM Spotlight: Space Science
Reaching for the Stars: NASA Science for Girl Scouts
New Space Science Badges!
Join an Astronomy Club