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Project Heart Activities for Girl Scouts


Girl Scouts: Learn How to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Earn a Cool-E Project Heart Patch

Girls who learn heart-healthy eating and exercise habits at a young age are on the right course to becoming healthy adults. The Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council and Texas Heart Institute have joined together to help girls achieve a lifetime of health. By completing a series of fun and educational activities, Girl Scouts will receive a Cool-E Project Heart Patch and a certificate of completion from the Texas Heart Institute.

All activities are based on Project Heart, Texas Heart Institute's award-winning program that makes learning easy and fun. Curriculum is tailored to academic grade levels, and girls will learn about the anatomy of the heart and circulatory system, the food groups and making healthy eating choices, and how to take care of their health through the power of physical activity.

The Cool-E Project Heart Patch activity program is available from May 15-Sept. 15, 2014. For more information, contact Keri Kimler,

Program Age-Level Requirements
(Scout leaders, click on grade levels below to view activities)



      Grade 1

 Brownie Patch
       BROWNIE PATCH                                                                   

       Grade 2

       Grade 3

 JuniorPatch     JUNIOR PATCH

      Grade 4

      Grade 5

Coole-E, Dr. Karla Campos and Ms. America 2013  Chiniqua Pettaway

From left, Project Heart mascot Cool-E, Dr. Karla Campos, and 2013 Ms. America Chiniqua Pettaway encourage young women to live a healthy lifestyle.

   How to receive your Cool-E Project Heart Patch

Patches are free of charge and will be available after Sept. 15, when the program concludes. To receive patches for your troop:

Mail a copy of each Girl Scout's completed activity pages to:

Texas Heart Institute
6770 Bertner St., Ste. C904, MC 2-255
Houston, Texas 77030
Attn: Keri Kimler/ProjectHeart

With each girl's submission, include a cover sheet that provides the Girl Scout's first and last name; Girl Scout level; troop location; troop number; and the troop leader's name and mailing address (we'll send patches to the troop leader).

If you prefer to submit electronically, email each girl's completed activity pages, saved as PDF attachments, to Remember to include a cover page for each girl.

Want to learn more about Project Heart? View the video below.

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