Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1983 Guide Badge Book - Guide Friendship Badge


1) Explain simply what the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts is.  Find out what are the links of this World Family.

2) Show the tester something typical of your own country that you could take to a Guide Meeting in another country.  This could be a gift or an activity.

3) Do four of the following:

a) Help to organise a Thinking Day activity.

b) Recognise the Guide uniforms of four countries of your own choice.  Dress a doll in the uniform of one of them.

c) Make illustrations of five Guide badges and national flags that interest you from countries that are national members of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.

d) Show how you would greet Guides from three different countries in their own ways.

e) Cook a foreign dish.

f) Demonstrate a handcraft typical of another country.

g) Sing a song traditional to another country.

h) Tell a legend or folk tale of another country.

I) Perform on your own or take part in a national dance of another country.

j) With your Patrol, play a game from another country.

1986 Guide Badge Book - Guide Friendship Badge


1) Explain simply what the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts is.  Find out what are the links of this World Family.

2) Show the tester something typical of your own country that you could take to a Guide Meeting in another country.  This could be a gift or an activity.

3) Do four of the following:

a) Help to organise a Thinking Day activity.

b) Recognise the Guide uniforms of four countries of your own choice.  Dress a doll in the uniform of one of them.

c) Make illustrations of five Guide badges and national flags that interest you from countries that are national members of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.

d) Show how you would greet Guides from three different countries in their own ways.

e) Cook a foreign dish.

f) Demonstrate a handcraft typical of another country.

g) Sing a song traditional to another country.

h) Tell a legend or folk tale of another country.

I) Perform on your own or take part in a national dance of another country.

j) With your Patrol, play a game from another country.

1989 Guide Badge Book - Guide Friendship Badge


1) Explain simply what the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts is.  Find out what are the links of this World Family are.  Tell the tester about the Girl Guide Friendship Fund.

2) Show and discuss with the tester something typical of your own country that you could take to a Guide Meeting in another country.  This could be a gift or an activity.

3) Do five of the following:

a) Help to organise a Thinking Day activity.

b) Recognise the Guide uniforms of four countries of your own choice.  Dress a doll in the uniform of one of them.

c) Make illustrations of five Guide badges and national flags that interest you from countries that are national members of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.

d) Show how you would greet Guides from three different countries in their own ways.

e) Cook a foreign dish.

f) Demonstrate a handcraft typical of another country.

g) Sing a song traditional to another country.

h) Tell a legend or folk tale of another country.

I) Perform on your own or take part in a national dance of another country.

j) With your Patrol, play a game from another country.

k) Take part in Thinking Day on the Air and keep a log of your time at the radio station.

l) Maintain a postal friendship with a girl in another country and tell the tester about this.

m) While on an overseas excursion visit a Brownie or Guide in that country.

1991 Guide Badge Book - Guide Friendship Badge


1) Do the following:

a) explain simply what the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts is

b) discover the links of this world family

c) tell the tester about the Girl Guide Friendship Fund

2) Show and discuss with the tester a typical gift, activity or something that you could take to a Guide meeting in another country.

3) Do five of the following:

a) help organise a Thinking Day activity

b) recognise the Guide uniforms of four counties of your own choice.  Dress a doll in the uniform of one of them

c) make illustrations of five Guide badges and national flags that interest you.  These should be from countries that are national members of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts

d) show how you would greet Guides form three different countries in their won ways.

e) cook a foreign dish

f) demonstrate a handicraft typical of another country

g) sing a song traditional to another country

h) tell a legend or folk ale of another country

i) perform a national dance of another country - you can do this on your own or with others

j) play a game from another country with your Patrol

k) take part in Thinking Day on the Air, and keep a log of your time at the radio station.

l) maintain a postal friendship with a girl in another country and tell the tester about this

m) while on an overseas excursion, visit a Brownie or Guide in that country 

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