Girl Scout and Boy Scout Badge Programs

All programs are two hours and can be scheduled after school, school holidays, or weekends. The cost is $10.00 per scout. (Minimum of eight scouts, or $80.00.) Two adults are free per every eight scouts. Additional adults pay regular admission of $10.00.

To schedule a program please contact Sandi Linn at sandra.linn@orlando.gov, or call 407.246.3621.

Girl Scouts

Daisy Eco-Learner Badge – Daisies will learn how to explore nature before venturing out with their guide to discover life at Leu Gardens. Through activities along the way, and a take home surprise they will accomplish everything to earn this badge.

Brownie Bug Badge – Brownies will meet live invertebrates as they learn the value of each in the environment. With a bingo game they will record wild insects as they trek to the Butterfly Garden. They will accomplish all activities to earn this badge and also make a take home surprise for a special insect friend.

Jr. Girl Scout Flower Badge – Juniors will complete activities to earn this badge while they explore beautiful blooms, through sight and smell, at Leu Gardens. They will learn the parts of a flower and discover “healing” flowers in the gardens. They will make a beautiful keepsake and also plant their own wildflowers to take home.

Jr. Girl Scout Gardener Badge – Juniors will earn this badge through activities at Leu Gardens and a take home experiment. They will visit several of our gardens to complete an activity sheet and then learn about the zone they live in to create their own backyard habitat. They will plant beans to observe at home under various conditions.

Boy Scouts

Wolf Cub Grow Something Badge – Wolf Cubs will earn this badge by taking a tour in the Gardens to visit several interesting plants that they will write facts about to share. They will learn about the planting zone they live in, and will also create two different plant experiments to take home.

Webelo Cub Scout Into the Woods Badge – Webelos will earn this badge by taking a trek through the Gardens on a scavenger hunt, following coordinates to find specific trees. In the classroom they will see examples of the four main groups of plants and different types of bark. They will make a special keepsake to take home.