Brownie patches are placed at the bottom of a Brownie's sash. They are also placed on the right side at the bottom of a Brownie's vest, on the same side as her troop number.
If there is no more room on the front of the sash or vest for Brownie patches or Journey Awards, they can be placed on the back of the sash. Participation patches or pins are worn on the back of the sash or vest only. Brownies can earn badges and patches by completing activities that include cooking snacks, meeting customers while selling cookies and hiking in the outdoors.Learn More
A Brownie badge's placement depends on the badge type and whether it is placed on a sash or a vest. On a vest, Brownie badges are placed on the wearer's bottom right and Journey badges on the bottom left. Brownie badges are placed below Journey badges on a sash.Full Answer >
To sew Girl Scout patches to a sash, first observe the Girl Scouts' guidelines for insignia placement. Do the actual sewing by hand with needle and thread, or use a sewing machine.Full Answer >
Brownie Try-It patches are the equivalent of Girl Scout badges for older girls in the Girl Scouts. Brownies are second and third-grade girls who can earn Try-It patches for gaining knowledge and experience in specific areas.Full Answer >
The importance of going to school is to gain knowledge and achieve academic success. Going to school every day plays an important role in the academic performance of a student.Full Answer >