Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1963 (February) POR Amendments - World Brownies Badge

1) Describe the Brownie uniforms and badges of six member countries of the World Association chosen by herself.
2) Know the flags of these countries.
3) Make an interesting collection (which may be arranged in a book) of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures and labels, or the equivalent, from one of the same countries.
4) Know a game from another country or have read or head the Brownie Story of at least one of the chosen countries.
1964 (March) POR - World Brownies Badge

1) Describe the Brownie uniforms and badges of six member countries of the World Association chosen by herself.
2) Know the flags of these countries.
3) Make an interesting collection (which may be arranged in a book) of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures and labels, or the equivalent, from one of the same countries.
4) Know a game from another country or have read or head the Brownie Story of at least one of the chosen countries.
1965 (July) POR - World Brownies Badge

1) Describe the Brownie uniforms and badges of six member countries of the World Association chosen by herself.
2) Know the flags of these countries.
3) Make an interesting collection (which may be arranged in a book) of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures and labels, or the equivalent, from one of the same countries.
4) Know a game from another country or have read or head the Brownie Story of at least one of the chosen countries.

1973 Brownie Handbook - Brownie Friendship Badge


1) Choose six countries which are members of the World Association and know one Brownie uniform and badge of each country.

2) Know the flags of these six countries.

3) Tell the tester something which interests you about the Brownies in at least two of these countries.

4) Make an interesting collection (which you can arrange in a book if you wish) of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures and labels, or similar things, from one of these countries.

5) Know a game from another country, or know the Brownie Story from one of the six countries you have chosen.

1980 Brownie Handbook - Brownie Friendship Badge


1) Choose six countries where there are Brownies and know one Brownie uniform and badge of each.

2) Know the flags of these six countries.

3) Tell the tester something which interests you about the Brownies in at least two of these countries.

4) Make an interesting collection (which you may arrange in a book if you wish) of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures and labels, or similar things, from one of these countries.

5) Play a game and hear a story from another country and tell the tester about them.

1983 Brownie Handbook - Brownie Friendship Badge

1) Choose six countries where there are Brownies and know one Brownie uniform and badge of each.
2) Know the flags of these six countries.
3) Tell the tester something which interests you about the Brownies in your six chosen countries.
4) Make an interesting collection (which you may arrange in a book if you wish) of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures and labels, or similar things, from one of these countries.
5) Play a game and hear a story from another country and tell the tester about them.

1987 Brownie Badge Book - Brownie Friendship Badge


1) Choose six countries where there are Brownies and know one Brownie uniform and badge from each.

2) Know the flags of these six countries.

3) Tell the tester something which interests you about the Brownies in your six chosen countries.

4) Make an interesting collection (which you may arrange in a book if you wish) of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures, and labels, or similar things, from one of these countries.

5) Play a game and hear a story from another country and tell the tester about them.

1989 Brownie Badge Book - Brownie Friendship Badge

1) Choose four countries, each one from a different region of the World Association, where there is a section equivalent to the Brownie Guide age group and know one uniform and badge from each.
2) Tell the tester something which interests you about the Brownies in your four chosen countries.
3) Make an interesting collection (which you may arrange in a book if you wish) of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures, and labels, or similar things, from one of these countries.
4) Play a game and hear or read a story from another country and tell the tester about them.
5) Do one of the following:
a) Make something to eat from one of your chosen countries and share it with your Six or your tester.
b) Learn and perform a song form one of your chosen countries.
c) Learn a craft typical of one of your chosen countries.
d) Talk to a person who has lived abroad and find out about everyday life in that country.

1991 Brownie Badge Book - Brownie Friendship Badge


1) Choose four countries, each one from a different region of the World Association , where there are sections equivalent to Brownie Guides in the UK.  The different regions are:

* Africa

* Asia-Pacific

* Europe

* Western Hemisphere (North and South America and the Caribbean)

* Arab Regional Group

Discover what Brownies are called and what they wear in each of the four countries you have chosen.  If possible find out what their Promise badge looks like.

2) Tell the tester something which interests you about the Brownies in your four chosen countries.

3) Make an interesting collection of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures, labels or similar things from one of these countries.  If you wish, you may arrange these things in a book.

4) Play a game and hear or read a story from another country.  Tell the tester about them.

5) Do one of the following:

a) make something to eat from one of your chosen countries and share it with your Six or your tester.

b) learn and perform a song from one of our chosen countries.

c) learn a craft typical of one of your chosen countries.

d) talk to a person who has lived abroad and find out about everyday life in that country.

1994 Brownie Badge Book - Brownie Friendship Badge


1) Choose four countries, each one from a different region of the World Association, where there are sections equivalent to Brownie Guides in the UK.  The different regions are:

* Africa

* Asia Pacific

* Europe

* Western Hemisphere (North and South America and the Caribbean)

* Arab Regional Group.

Discover what Brownies are called and what they wear in each of the four countries you have chosen.  If possible find out what their Promise badge looks like.

2) Tell the tester something which interests you about the Brownies in your four chosen countries.

3) Make an interesting collection of views, national costumes, stamps, food pictures, labels or similar things from one of these countries.  If you wish, you may arrange these things in a book.

4) Play a game and hear or read a story from another country.  Tell the tester about them.

5) Do one of the following:

a) make something to eat from one of your chosen countries an share it with your Six or your tester.

b) learn and perform a song from one of your chosen countries.

c) learn a craft typical of one of your chosen countries.

d) talk to a person who has lived abroad and find out about everyday life in that country.

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