The retired Puzzler badge is a great one to earn for your Junior troop. It is relatively inexpensive to prep for and can be structured to allow the girls to work pretty independently.
Here’s a complete list of retired junior badges, so you can decide which ones are appropriate to reintroduce into your troop, if you can find them.
Learn about the retired Brownie Try-It badges for brownie girl scouts. You can still earn these badges today. Some guides are available here.
This is a fun badge that my Brownies have always enjoyed. As a leader, I appreciate the fact that it doesn’t require a lot of advance prep work. Given that this is a shadow-based badge it may work better to do this during the winter months especially if you live in the south like I do.
The Movers Try-It is an active badge and can easily be done in one 90-minute meeting. The only thing that you need to keep in mind is that the badge is retired and therefore availability is limited. You will need to make sure that you can find the number of badges that you will need.