Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1915 (December) Girl Guides' Gazette - First Class


Clean knives, spoons, forks.  Clean boots, and know how to dry them when wet.  Make doll's clothes (clothes may be ready cut out) or make a Brownie overall.  Fold clothes for mangling.  Knit a pair of socks or wristlets.  Know how to apply triangular bandage.  Understand and carry out six physical exercises.  Make a milk pudding.  Carry a message of twelve words in her head and deliver it correctly.

1918 Guide Handbook - First Class Brownie test


I

1) Know the alphabet in Morse or Semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

2) Know the first two verses of God Save the King.

3) Know eight points of the compass.

II

4) Clean knives, forks, and spoons.

5) Make dolls' clothes or Brownie Overall (which may be already cut out).

6) Knit a pair of wristlets or muffler.

7) Lay and light a fire; make tea and a milk pudding.

8) Fold clothes neatly.

III

9) Carry a message of twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

10) Apply a triangular bandage.

IV

11) Perform the whole five body movements in the Handbook, and know their objects.

1918 POR - 1st Class Badge


I - Intelligence.

Know the alphabet in Morse or Semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

Know the first two verses of God Save the King.

Know eight points of the compass.


II - Handcraft.

Clean knives, forks and spoons.

Knit a pair of wristlets or muffler.

Lay and light a fire; make tea and a milk pudding.

Fold clothes neatly.


III - Service.

Carry a message of twelve words in her head for over five minues and deliver it correctly.

Apply a triangular bandage.


IV - Physical Health.

Perform the whole five body movements in the Handbook, and know their objects, or equivalent exercises from the Board of Education Handbook (Physical Exercises for Public and Elementary Schools) such as the Brownie may perform by herself.

1919 POR - 1st Class Badge


I - Intelligence.

Know the alphabet in Morse or Semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

Know the first two verses of God Save the King.

Know eight points of the compass.


II - Handcraft.

Clean knives, forks and spoons.

Knit a pair of wristlets or muffler.

Lay and light a fire; make tea and a milk pudding.

Fold clothes neatly.


III - Service.

Carry a message of twelve words in her head for over five minues and deliver it correctly.

Apply a triangular bandage.


IV - Physical Health.

Perform the whole five body movements in the Handbook, and know their objects, or equivalent exercises from the Board of Education Handbook (Physical Exercises for Public and Elementary Schools) such as the Brownie may perform by herself.

1920 Guide Handbook - First Class Brownie test


I

1) Know the alphabet in Morse or Semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

2) Know the first two verses of God Save the King.

3) Know eight points of the compass.

II

4) Clean knives, forks, and spoons.

5) Knit a pair of wristlets or muffler.

6) Lay and light a fire; make tea and a milk pudding.

7) Fold clothes neatly.

III

8) Carry a message of twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

9) Apply a triangular bandage.

IV

10) Perform the whole five body movements in the Handbook, and know their objects, or those given on the new Guide Chart of Physical Exercises, such as the Brownie may perform herself.

1921 POR - First Class Test


I Intelligence

Know the alphabet in Morse or Semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

Know the first two verses of "God Save the King."

Know eight points of the compass.

II Handcraft

Clean knives, forks and spoons.

Knit a pair of wristlets or muffler.

Lay and light a fire; make tea and a milk pudding.

Fold clothes neatly.

III Service

Carry a message of twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

Apply a triangular bandage.

IV Physical Health

Perform the whole five body movements in the Handbook, and know their objects, or those given on the new Guide Chart of Physical Exercises, such as the Brownie may perform for herself.

1924 POR - 1st Class test


I Intelligence

Know the alphabet in Morse or Semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

Know any two verses of "God Save the King."

Know eight points of the compass.

II Handcraft

Clean knives, forks and spoons.

Knit a pair of wristbands or muffler.

Lay and light a fire; make tea and a milk pudding.

Fold clothes neatly.

III Physical Health

Perform the three body movements given in the Handbook, and know their objects.

IV Service

Carry a message of twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.  

Apply a triangular bandage (large arm sling).

1930 POR - First Class test


I Intelligence

Know the alphabet in semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

Know first and last verses of "God Save the King".

Know eight points of the compass.

Must have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and be able to tell the examiner something about the way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

II Handicraft

Clean forks and spoons.

Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

Lay and light a fire; make tea and a milk pudding.

Fold clothes neatly.  Clean shoes.

III Physical Health

Walk ten yards balancing a book the size of "Girl Guiding" on the head; sit down on a chair, get up again, and return to the "starting point."

Skip 30 times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip one fancy step.

IV Service

Carry a message of twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.  Bind up a cut finger or grazed knee.  Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

1931 Edition "Girl Guiding" (Guide Handbook) - First Class


I

Know the alphabet in Semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

Know the first and last verses of "God Save the King."

Know eight points of the compass.

Must have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and be able to tell the examiner something about the way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

II

Clean forks and spoons

Knit a child's scarf or jumper, or some other garment.

Lay and light a fire; make tea and a milk pudding.

Fold clothes neatly.  Clean shoes.

III

Walk ten yards balancing a book the size of "Girl Guiding" on the head; sit down on a chair, get up again, and return to the starting point.

Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip one fancy step.

IV

Carry a message of twelve words in your head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

Bind up a cut finger or a grazed knee.

Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

1932 POR - First Class Test


I - Intelligence

Know the alphabet in semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

Know first and last verses of "God Save the King".

Know eight points of the compass

Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and be able to describe to the examiner something about the way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

II - Handicraft

Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

Lay and light a fire.

Make a milk pudding, or prepare and stew fruit.

Make tea.

Fold clothes neatly.

III - Physical Health

Walk ten yards balancing a book the size of Girl Guiding on the head; sit down on a chair, get up again, and return to the starting point.

Skip 30 times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip one fancy step.

IV - Service

Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

Bind up a cut finger or grazed knee.

Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

Clean shoes.

1935 POR - 1st Class test


I Intelligence

Know the alphabet in semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

Know first and last verses of "God Save the King."

Know eight points of the compass.

Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and be able to describe to the examiner something about the way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

II Handicraft.

Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

Lay and light a fire.

Make a milk pudding, or prepare and stew fruit.

Make tea.

Fold clothes neatly.

III Physical Health

Walk ten yards balancing a book the size of Girl Guiding on the head; sit down on a chair, get up again, and return to the starting point.

Skip 30 times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip one fancy step.

IV Service

Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

Bind up a cut finger or grazed knee.

Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

Clean shoes.

Brownies entering for the First Class Test may not be examined by their own Owls or by the Guiders of the company to which the pack is attached.  Guiders from other companies or packs, or outside friends of the Movement, may be examiners if appointed by the Local Association.

1938 POR - First Class test


(A Brownie must have won her Golden Bar (Second Class), before taking her Golden Hand (First Class) test.)

I Intelligence

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

2) Know first and last verses of "God Save the King".

3) Know eight points of the compass.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and be able to describe to the examiner something about the way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

5) Tie up and address a parcel for the post, using any slip knot.

II Handicraft

1) Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

2) Lay and light a fire.

3) Make a milk pudding, or prepare and stew fruit.

4) Make tea.

5) Fold clothes neatly.

III Physical Health

1) Throw a ball overarm (right or left arm) to land over a line ten yards away, and within two side lines three yards apart.

2) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip two of the following steps:

a) Feet crossing.

b) Pointing toes forward.

c) Turning rope quickly ("pepper").

d) Hopping with knee raising.

IV Service

1) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

2) Bind up a cut finger or grazed nee.

3) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

4) Clean shoes.

Brownies entering for the First Class Test may not be tested by their own Owls or by the Guiders of the company to which the pack is attached.  Guiders from other companies or packs, or outside friends of the movement, may be testers if appointed by the Local Association.

1939 POR - First Class test


( A Brownie must have won her Golden Bar (Second Class), before taking her Golden Hand (First Class) test.)

I Intelligence

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

2) Know first and last verses of "God Save the King".

3) Know eight points of the compass.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and be able to describe to the tester something about the way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

5) Tie up and address a parcel for the post, using any slip knot.

II Handicraft

1) Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

2) Lay and light a fire.

3) Make a milk pudding, or prepare and stew fruit.

4) Make tea.

5) Fold clothes neatly.

III Physical Health

1) Throw a ball overarm (right or left arm) to land over a line ten yards away, and within two side lines three yards apart.

2) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip two of the following steps: 

a) Feet crossing

b) Pointing toes forward.

c) Turning rope quickly "pepper").

d) Hopping with knee raising.

IV Service

1) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

2) Bind up a cut finger or grazed knee.

3) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

4) Clean shoes.

Brownies entering for the First Class Test may not be tested by their own Owls or by the Guiders of the company to which the pack is attached.  Guiders from other companies or packs, or outside friends of the Movement, may be testers if appointed by the Local Association.

1943 POR - First Class (Golden Hand) test


A Brownie must have won her Golden Bar (Second Class), before taking her Golden Hand (First Class) test.

I.- Intelligence

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly.

2) Know first and last verses of "God Save the King".

3) Know eight points of the compass.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and be able to describe to the tester something about he way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

5) Tie up and address a parcel for the post, using any slip knot.

II.- Handicraft.

1) Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

2) Lay and light a fire.

3) Cook a useful dish, such as milk pudding, porridge, potatoes or other vegetable, or prepare a mixed salad.

4) Make tea.

5) Fold clothes neatly.

III.- Health

1) Throw a ball overarm (right or left arm) to land over a line ten yards away, and within two side lines three yards apart.

2) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip two of the following steps:

a) Feet crossing.

b) Pointing toes forward.

c0 Turning rope quickly ("pepper").

d) Hopping with knee raising.

IV.- Service.

1) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

2) Bind up a cut finger or grazed knee.

3) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

4) Clean shoes.

Brownies entering for the First Class Test may not be tested by their own Owls or by the Guiders of the company to which the pack is attached.  Guiders from other companies or packs, or outside friends of the Movement, may be testers if appointed by the Local Association.

1947 POR - First Class Badge


A Brownie must have won her Golden Bar (Second Class), before taking her Golden Hand (First Class) test.

I - Intelligence

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly, and send and read simple words.

2) Know first and last verses of "God Save the King".

3) Know eight points of the compass.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and be able to describe to the tester something about the way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

5) Tie up and address a parcel for the post, using any slip knot.

II - Handicraft

1) Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

2) Lay and light a fire.

3) Cook a useful dish, such as milk pudding, porridge, potatoes or other vegetable, or prepare a mixed salad.

4) Make tea.

5) Fold clothes neatly.

III - Health 

1) Throw a ball overarm (right or left arm) to land over a line ten yards away, and within two side lines three yards apart.

2) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip two of the following steps:

a) Feet crossing.

b) Pointing toes forward.

c) Turning rope quickly ("pepper").

d) Hopping with knee raising.

V - Service

1) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

2) Bind up a cut finger and grazed knee.

3) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

4) Clean shoes.

Brownies entering for the First Class Test may not be tested by their own Brownie Guiders or by the Guiders of the company to which the pack is attached.  Guiders from other Companies or Packs, or outside friends of the Movement, may be testers if appointed by the Local Association.

1950 POR - First Class


A Brownie must have won her Golden Bar (Second Class) and show that she is really trying to be a Brownie before taking her Golden Hand (First Class) test.

I - Intelligence

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly, and send and read simple words.

2) Know and understand the meaning of the first and last verses of "God Save the King".

3) Be able to set a compass and know eight points.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed and bulb, and be able to describe to the tester something about the way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

5) Tie up and address a parcel for the post, under any slip knot.

II - Handicraft

1) Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

2) Lay and light a fire.

3) Cook a useful dish, such as milk pudding, porridge, potatoes or other vegetable, or prepare a mixed salad.

4) Make tea.

5) Fold clothes neatly.

III Health

1) Throw a ball overarm to land over a line ten yards away, and withint two side lines three yards apart.

2) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip two of the following steps:

a) Feet crossing.

b) Pointing toes forward.

c) Turning rope quickly ("pepper").

d) Hopping with knee raising.

V - Service

1) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

2) Bind up a cut finger and grazed knee.

3) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

4) Clean shoes.

Brownies entering for the First Class Test may not be tested by their own Brownie Guiders or by the Guiders of the company to which the pack is attached.  Guiders from other companies of packs, or outside friends of the Movement, may be testers if appointed by the Local Association.

1953 POR - First Class


A Brownie must have won her Golden Bar (Second Class) and show that she is really trying to be a Brownie before taking her Golden Hand (First Class) test.

I - Intelligence

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore, and be able to send and read three letters out of four correctly, and send and read simple words.

2) Know and understand the meaning of the first and last verses of "God Save the King".

3) Be able to set a compass and know eight points.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed and bulb, and be able to describe to the tester something about the way it has grown, and what has been done with it.

5) Tie up and address a parcel for the post, under any slip knot.

II - Handicraft

1) Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

2) Lay and light a fire.

3) Cook a useful dish, such as milk pudding, porridge, potatoes or other vegetable, or prepare a mixed salad.

4) Make tea.

5) Fold clothes neatly.

III Health

1) Throw a ball overarm to land over a line ten yards away, and withint two side lines three yards apart.

2) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip two of the following steps:

a) Feet crossing.

b) Pointing toes forward.

c) Turning rope quickly ("pepper").

d) Hopping with knee raising.

V - Service

1) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

2) Bind up a cut finger and grazed knee.

3) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

4) Clean shoes.

Brownies must be ready to be examined in all sections before entering for the First Class test.  They may not be tested by their own Brownie Guiders or by the Guiders of the company to which the pack is attached.  Guiders from other companies of packs, or outside friends of the Movement, may be testers if appointed by the Local Association.

1957 POR - First Class Badge


The candidate must hold the Golden Bar and show that she is really trying to keep the Brownie Promise.

I - Intelligence

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore; send and read three letters out of four correctly; send and read simple words.

2) Know and understand the meaning of the first and last verses of 'God Save the Queen'.

3) Set a compass and know eight points.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and describe to the tester something about the way it has grown, and how it was tended.

5) Using any slip knot, tie up and address a parcel for the post.

II - Handcraft

1) Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

2) Lay and light a fire.

If local conditions make this impossible the following may be substituted: Wash and iron a Brownie tie.

3) Cook a milk pudding, porridge or equivalent dish, or potatoes or other vegetable, or prepare a mixed salad.

4) Make tea.

5) Fold clothes neatly.

III - Health

1) Throw a ball overarm to land over a line 10 yds. away within two side lines 3 yds. apart.

2) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip two of the following steps: 

a) Feet crossing.

b) Pointing toes forward.

c) Turning rope quickly ('pepper').

d) Hopping with knee raising.

IV - Service

1) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

2) Bind up a cut finger and grazed knee.

3) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

4) Clean shoes.

Note: The candidate must be ready to be tested in all sections before entering for the First Class Test.

1960 POR - First Class


The candidate must hold the Golden Bar and show that she is trying to keep the Brownie Promise.

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore; send and read three letters out of four correctly; send and read simple words.

2) Know and understand the meaning of the first and last verses of 'God Save the Queen.

3) Set a compass and know eight points.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and describe to the tester something about the way it has grown, and how it was tended.

5) Using any slip knot, tie up and address a parcel for the post.

6) Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

7) Lay and light a fire.

If local conditions make this impossible the following may be substituted: Wash and iron a Brownie tie.

8) Cook a milk pudding, porridge or equivalent dish, or potatoes or other vegetable, or prepare a mixed salad.

9) Make tea.

10) Fold clothes neatly.

11) Throw a ball overarm to land over a line 10 yds. away within two side lines 3 yds. apart.

12) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip two of the following steps: 

a) Feet crossing.

b) Pointing toes forward.

c) Turning rope quickly ('pepper').

d) Hopping with knee raising.

13) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

14) Bind up a cut finger and grazed knee.

15) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

16) Clean shoes.

Note: The candidate must be ready to be tested in all sections on the same day.  If necessary the test may be taken on two days, provided that the interval is not more than approximately one week.

1961 Brownie Handbook - The Golden Hand Test


Before you are allowed to enter for this test, you must be a Second Class Brownie and show that you are really trying to keep the Brownie Promise.  You will probably do the whole test at one time but if this is not possible, the tester may ask to see you again within the next few days.

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore; send and read three letters out of four correctly; send and read simple words.

2) Know and understand the meaning of the first and last verses of 'God Save the Queen'.

3) Set a compass and know eight points.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and describe to the tester something about the way it has grown, and how it was looked after.

5) Using any slip knot, tie up and address a parcel for the post.

6) Knit a child's scarf or jumper or some other garment.

7) Lay and light a fire.  If it is impossible for you to do this you may be allowed instead to wash and iron a Brownie tie.

8) Cook one of the following: a pudding; a vegetable; porridge; small cakes; or equivalent; or prepare a mixed salad.

9) Make tea.

10) Fold clothes neatly.

11) Throw a ball overarm to land over a line 10 yds. away within two side lines 3 yds. apart.

12) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip any two fancy steps such as: feet crossing; pointing toes forward; turning rope quickly ('pepper'); hopping with knee raising.

13) Carry a message of at least twelve words in our head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

14) Clean and bind up a cut finger and grazed knee.

15) Know what to do if clothing catches fire

16) Clean shoes.

1964 (March) POR - First Class


The candidate must have passed the Second Class test and show that she is trying to keep the Brownie Promise.

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore; send and read three letters out of four correctly; send and read simple words.

2) Know and understand the meaning of the first and last verses of 'God Save the Queen'.

3) Set a compass and know eight points.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and describe to the tester something about the way it has grown, and how it was looked after.

5) Using any slip knot, tie up and address a parcel for the post.

6) Knit a child's garment or a teacosy or hot water bottle cover.

7) Lay and light a fire.  If local conditions make this impossible the following may be substituted: Wash and iron a Brownie tie.

8) Cook one of the following: a pudding; a vegetable; porridge; small cakes; or equivalent, or Prepare a mixed salad.

9) Make tea.

10) Fold clothes neatly.

11) Throw a ball overarm to land over a line 10 yds. away within two side lines 3 yds apart.

12) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip any two fancy steps such as: feet crossing; pointing toes forward; turning rope quickly ('pepper'); hopping with knee raising.

13) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

14) Clean and bind up a cut finger and grazed knee.

15) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

16) Clean shoes.

Note: The candidate must be ready to be tested in all sections on the same day.  If necessary the test may be taken on two days, provided that the interval is not more than approximately one week.

1965 (July) POR - First Class


The candidate must have passed the Second Class test and show that she is trying to keep the Brownie Promise.

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore; send and read three letters out of four correctly; send and read simple words.

2) Know and understand the meaning of the first and last verses of 'God Save the Queen'.

3) Set a compass and know eight points.

4) Have taken care of a plant, from seed or bulb, and describe to the tester something about the way it has grown, and how it was looked after.

5) Using any slip knot, tie up and address a parcel for the post.

6) Knit a child's garment or a teacosy or hot water bottle cover.

7) Lay and light a fire.  If local conditions make this impossible the following may be substituted: Wash and iron a Brownie tie.

8) Cook one of the following: a pudding; a vegetable; porridge; small cakes; or equivalent, or Prepare a mixed salad.

9) Make tea.

10) Fold clothes neatly.

11) Throw a ball overarm to land over a line 10 yds. away within two side lines 3 yds apart.

12) Skip thirty times without a break, turning the rope backwards, and skip any two fancy steps such as: feet crossing; pointing toes forward; turning rope quickly ('pepper'); hopping with knee raising.

13) Carry a message of at least twelve words in her head for over five minutes and deliver it correctly.

14) Clean and bind up a cut finger and grazed knee.

15) Know what to do if clothing catches fire.

16) Clean shoes.

Note: The candidate must be ready to be tested in all sections on the same day.  If necessary the test may be taken on two days, provided that the interval is not more than approximately one week.


Alternative Tests for Extension Brownies:

Hospital, Physically Handicapped, and Post Groups

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore; send and read three letters out of four correctly; send and read simple words. (The semaphore may be sent with the aid of a cardboard model or other mechanical arms).

6) Make something useful.

8) Be able to peel potatoes, or prepare fruit for stewing.

9) Give directions for making tea.

11) Throw a ball overarm to land over a line 10 yds. away within two side lines 3 yds apart (distance according to capacity, and/or in any style).

12) Jump 18 in. high; or perform a sequence of rhythmic hand claps showing four different patterns.

Blind Group

1) Know the alphabet in morse; send and read three letters out of four correctly; send and read simple words or know the manual alphabet as adapted for the deaf/blind.

3) Know eight points of the compass.

7) Lay a fire for someone to light.

8) Prepare a milk pudding or prepare fruit for stewing.

9) Fill up a glass with water from the tap without letting it overflow.

Educationally Sub-Normal Group

1) Know the alphabet in semaphore (number of letters according to capacity but not less than ten).
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