Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1957 POR - Animal Lover badge

1) Have looked after her pet for at least three months.
2) Know something about it's life and habits.
3) Write out or describe a day's diet.
1960 POR - Animal Lover badge

1) Have looked after her pet for at least three months.
2) Know something about it's life and habits.
3) Write out or describe a day's diet.

1961 (July) POR - Animal Lover Badge


1) Have looked after her pet for at least three months.

2) Know something about its life and habits.

3) Write out or describe a day's diet.

1964 (March) POR - Animal Lover Badge


1) Have looked after her pet for at least three months.

2) Know something about its life and habits.

3) Write out or describe a day's diet.

1965 (July) POR - Animal Lover Badge


1) Have looked after your pet for at least three months.

2) Know something about its life and habits.

3) Write out or describe a day's diet.

1973 Brownie Handbook - Animal Lover Badge


1) Look after your pet for at least three months.

2) Be able to tell the tester something of its life and habits, its daily diet, and the care it needs.

3) Find out where and how you can obtain help for sick animals.

4) Tell the tester the points you must consider before deciding what sort of pet to own.

1980 Brownie Handbook - Animal Lover Badge


1) Look after your pet for at least three months, keeping a record of exercise, feeding, cleaning, etc.

2) Be able to tell the tester something of its life and habits, its daily diet and the care it needs.

3) Find out where and how you can obtain help for sick animals.

4) Describe to the tester the points you must consider before deciding what sort of pet to own.

1983 Brownie Handbook - Animal Lover Badge

1) Take a full share in looking after your pet for at least three months, keeping a record of exercise, feeding, cleaning, etc.
2) Tell the tester something of its life and habits, its daily diet and exercise and the care it needs.
3) Find out where and how you can obtain help for sick animals.
4) Describe to the tester the points you must consider before deciding what sort of pet to own.

1987 Brownie Badge Book - Animal Lover


1) Take a full share in looking after your pet for at least three months, keeping a record of exercise, feeding, cleaning, etc.

2) Tell the tester something of its life and habits, its daily diet and exercise and the care it needs.

3) Find out where and how you can obtain help for sick animals.

4) Describe to the tester the points you must consider before deciding what sort of pet to own.

1989 Brownie Badge Book - Animal Lover

1) Take a full share in looking after your pet or other animal for at least three months, keeping a record of exercise, feeding, cleaning, etc.
2) Tell, and where possible show, the tester something of its life and habits, its daily diet and exercise and the care it needs.
3) Find out where and how you can obtain help for sick and lost animals.
4) Describe to the tester the points you must consider before deciding what sort of pet to own.

1991 Brownie Badge Book - Animal Lover Badge


1) Take a full share in looking after your pet or other animal for at least three months.  Keep a record of the exercise it has, how you geed it, keep it clean and so on.

2) Tell, and where possible show, the tester something of your animal's life and habits, its daily diet and exercise and the care it needs.

3) Find out where an how you can obtain help for sick and lost animals.

4) Describe to the tester all the things you should think about before deciding what sort of pet to own.

1994 Brownie Badge Book - Animal Lover Badge


1) Take a full share in looking after your pet or other animal for at least three months.  Keep a record of the exercise it has, how you feed it, keep it clean, and so on.

2) Tell, and where possible show, the tester something of your animal's life and habits, its daily diet and exercise and the care it needs.

3) Find out where and how you can obtain help for sick and lost animals.

4) Describe to the tester all the things you should think about before deciding what sort of pet to won.

2009 Brownie Badge Book - Friend to Animals Badge

Either:
Choose and do one clause from each section.
Or
Do all the clauses from one section.
Pets
* Make a poster or leaflet about your favourite pet animal showing:
- what it eats
- where it comes from
- what kind of exercise it needs
- how it likes to play.
* Find out about working animals, like guide dogs or horses.  Explain how they are trained and why they are useful.
* Choose an animal charity and find out about its work.  Help support its work, for example join one of its sponsored events.
* Draw a picture or write a poem or story about a pet.  Show what makes it special and individual.
Endangered animals.
* Make a poster or leaflet about an endangered animal.  Include details about: 
- where it lives
- what it eats
- why it is endangered.
* Choose a charity or organisation that helps protect endangered animals.  Help support its work, for example join one of its sponsored events.
* Find out about some animals that are already extinct.  Explain why this has happened, and what can be done so it doesn't happen in the future.
* Make up a quiz, game or activity about endangered animals for your Six.
Zoos, animal sanctuaries and wildlife reserves
* Visit your nearest zoo, animal sanctuary or wildlife reserve.  Find out about some of the animals that live there, including at least one you hadn't heard of before.  Make a scrapbook about your visit.
* Look at the different colours and patterns of animals.  Explain why animals need camouflage.  Use some of the patterns you see in a piece of art, for example a face mask.
* Describe how life is different for animals that live in the wild to those that live in captivity.
* Find out how some zoos' conservation work helps to protect endangered animals.  Get details of the adoption schemes that are run by some zoos and sanctuaries.
Animal care
* Know why humans are a threat to animals, and what can be done about it.  Make a poster or leaflet showing how Brownies can help.
* Imitate five animals for the rest of your Six to guess.
* Know where you r local vet's surgery is and when it is open.  Explain:
- why your pet might need to visit the vet
- what you would do if you found a sick or stray animal.
* Make a book about animals for a young child.  Choose at least five animals and say where they live, what they eat and what their babies are called.
2013 Brownie Badge Book - Friend to Animals Badge

Either
Choose and do one clause from each section
Or
Do all the clauses from one section.
Pets
* Make a display about your favourite pet animal showing:
- what it eats
- where it comes from 
- what kind of exercise it needs
- how it likes to play
* Find out about working animals, like guide dogs, or horses.  Explain how they are trained and why they are useful.
* Choose an animal charity and find out about its work.  Help support its work, for example join one of its sponsored events.
* Draw a picture or write a poem or story about a pet.  Show what makes it special and individual.
Endangered Animals
* Make a display about an endangered animal.  Include details about: 
- where it lives
- what it eats
- why it is endangered.
* Choose a charity or organization that helps protect endangered animals.  Help support its work, for example join one of its sponsored events.
* Find out about some animals that are already extinct.  Explain why this has happened, and what can be done so it doesn't happen in the future.
* Make up a quiz, game or activity about endangered animals for your Six.
Zoos, Animal Sanctuaries and Wildlife Reserves
* Visit your nearest zoo, animal sanctuary or wildlife reserve.  Find out about some of the animals that live there, including at least one that you hadn't heard of before.  Make a scrapbook about your visit.
* Look at the different colours and patterns of animals.  Explain why animals need camouflage.  Use some of the patterns you see in a piece of art, for example a face mask.
* Describe how life is different for animals that live in the wild to those that live in captivity.
* Find out how some zoos' conservation work helps to protect endangered animals.  Get details of the adoption schemes that are run by some zoos and sanctuaries.
Animal Care
* Know why humans are a threat to animals, and what can be done about it.  Make a poster or leaflet showing how Brownies can help.
* Imitate five animals for the rest of your Six to guess.
* Know where your local vet's surgery is and when it is open.  Explain: 
- why your pet might need to visit the vet
- What you would do if you found a sick or stray animal.
* Make a book about animals for a young child.  Choose at least five animals and say where they live, what they eat and what their babies are called.
2016 Brownie Badge Book - Friend to Animals Badge

Do one clause from each section or do all the clauses from one section.
Pets
* Make a display about your favourite pet animal showing:
- what it eats
- where it comes from 
- what kind of exercise it needs
- how it likes to play
* Find out about working animals, like guide dogs, or horses.  Explain how they are trained and why they are useful.
* Choose an animal charity and find out about its work.  Help support its work, for example by joining a sponsored event.
* Draw a picture or write a poem or story about a pet.  Show what makes it special and individual.
Endangered Animals
* Make a display about an endangered animal.  Include details about: 
- where it lives
- what it eats
- why it is endangered.
* Choose a charity or organisation that helps protect endangered animals.  Help support its work, for example by joining a sponsored event.
* Find out about some animals that are already extinct.  Explain why this has happened, and what can be done to make sure other animals don't become extinct.
* Make up a quiz, game or activity about endangered animals for your Six.
Zoos, Animal Sanctuaries and Wildlife Reserves
* Visit your nearest zoo, animal sanctuary or wildlife reserve.  Find out about some of the animals that live there, including at least one that you hadn't heard of before.  Make a scrapbook about your visit.
* Look at the different colours and patterns of animals.  Explain why animals need camouflage.  Use some of the patterns you see in a piece of art, for example a face mask.
* Describe how life is different for animals that live in the wild to those that live in captivity.
* Find out how some zoos' conservation work helps to protect endangered animals.  Get details of the adoption schemes that are run by some zoos and sanctuaries.
Animal Care
* Know why humans are a threat to animals, and what can be done about it.  Make a poster or leaflet showing how Brownies can help.
* Imitate five animals for the rest of your Six to guess.
* Know where your local vet's surgery is and when it is open.  Explain: 
- why your pet might need to visit the vet
- What you would do if you found a sick or stray animal.
* Make a book about animals for a young child.  Choose at least five animals and say where they live, what they eat and what their babies are called.

2019 (July) Badge Finder - Friend to Animals Badge


Do one clause from each section or do all the clauses from one section.

Pets
  • Make a display about your favourite pet animal showing:
    • what it eats
    • where it comes from
    • what kind of exercise it needs
    • how it likes to play.
  • Find out about working animals, like guide dogs or horses. Explain how they are trained and why they are useful.
  • Choose an animal charity and find out about its work. Help support its work, for example by joining a sponsored event.
  • Draw a picture or write a poem or story about a pet. Show what makes it special and individual.
Endangered animals
  • Make a display about an endangered animal. Include details about:
    • where it lives
    • what it eats
    • why it is endangered.
  • Choose a charity or organisation that helps protect endangered animals. Help support its work, for example by joining a sponsored event.
  • Find out about some animals that are already extinct. Explain why this has happened, and what can be done to make sure other animals don’t become extinct.
  • Make up a quiz, game or activity about endangered animals for your Six.
Zoos, animal sanctuaries and wildlife reserves
  • Visit your nearest zoo, animal sanctuary or wildlife reserve. Find out about some of the animals that live there, including at least one you hadn’t heard of before. Make a scrapbook about your visit.
  • Look at the different colours and patterns of animals. Explain why animals need camouflage. Use some of the patterns you see in a piece of art, for example a face mask.
  • Describe how life is different for animals that live in the wild to those that live in captivity.
  • Find out how some zoos’ conservation work helps to protect endangered animals.
  • Get details of the adoption schemes that are run by some zoos and sanctuaries.
Animal care
  • Know why humans are a threat to animals, and what can be done about it. Make a poster or leaflet showing how Brownies can help.
  • Imitate five animals for the rest of your Six to guess.
  • Know where your local vet’s surgery is and when it is open. Explain:
    • why your pet might need to visit the vet
    • what you would do if you found a sick or stray animal.
  • Make a book about animals for a young child. Choose at least five animals and say where they live, what they eat and what their babies are called.

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