Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1920 (March) Girl Guide Badges and How to Win Them 1st edition - Toymaker Badge

Make a kite and do three of the following sections:
1) Cut out, stuff and model two different woolly animals, such as an elephant or teddy bear; or one animal and a rag doll (the face to be painted).
2) Make an engine and another vehicle from bits of wood, cork etc., for a child to pull along.
3) Make a wool ball on card frame and a bird or beast with coloured crewel, suitable for a tiny baby.
4) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off and be like the model clothing of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section 1.)
5) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper and furnish from oddments and scraps.
6) Make an illustrated scrap book with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature or heroic) written by herself.

1921 POR - Toymaker Badge


Must make a kite, and THREE of the following saleable toys: 

a) Cut out, stuff, and model two different woolly animals, such as an elephant or teddy-bear, or one animal and one rag doll (the face to be painted).

b) Make an engine and another vehicle for a child to pull along, from bits of wood, cork, etc.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured crewel, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off, and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler (the doll may be the rag doll made in section a).

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

f) Make an illuminated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

1924 POR - Toymaker Badge


Must make a kite, and do three of any of the following clauses, (Each toy should be of a saleable standard):

a) Cut out, stuff, and model two different woolly animals, such as an elephant or teddy-bear, or one animal and one rag doll (the face to be painted).

b) Make an engine and another vehicle for a child to pull along, from bits of wood, cork, etc.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured crewel, suitable for a tine baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off, and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (This doll may be the rag doll made in section a).)

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper and furnish from oddments and scraps.

f) Make an illuminated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy nature, or heroic) written by herself.

1925 Girl Guide Badges and How to Win Them 8th edition - Toymaker Badge

Make a kite and do three of the following sections: (Each toy should be of a saleable standard).
1) Cut out, stuff and model two different woolly animals, such as an elephant or teddy bear; or one animal and a rag doll (the face to be painted).
2) Make an engine and another vehicle from bits of wood, cork, etc., for a child to pull along.
3) Make a wool ball on card frame and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured crewel, suitable for a tiny baby.
4) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off and be like the model clothing of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section 1.)
5) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper and furnish from oddments and scraps.
6) Make an illustrated scrap book with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature or heroic) written by herself.
1927 (July) - Hints on Girl Guide Badges - 10th edition - Toymaker's Badge

Must make a kite.  Do two of any of the following clauses, and one toy of her own choice (each toy should be of a saleable standard).
1) Cut out, stuff and model two different woolly animals, such as an elephant or teddy bear; or one animal and a rag doll (the face to be painted).
2) Make an engine and another vehicle from bits of wood, cork, etc., for a child to pull along.
3) Make a wool ball on card frame and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured crewel, suitable for a tiny baby.
4) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off and be like the model clothing of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section 1.)
5) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper and furnish from oddments and scraps.
6) Make an illustrated scrap book with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature or heroic) written by herself.
1929 (July) - Hints on Girl Guide Badges 12th edition - Toymaker Badge

Do two of the following clauses, and one toy of her own choice (each toy should be of a saleable standard).
1) Cut out, stuff and model two different woolly animals, such as an elephant or teddy bear; or one animal and a rag doll (the face to be painted.)
2) Make an engine and another vehicle from bits of wood, cork, etc., for a child to pull along.
3) Make a wool ball on card frame and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured crewel, suitable for a tiny baby.
4) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off and be like the model clothing of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section I.)
5) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper and furnish from oddments and scraps.
6) Make an illustrated scrap book with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature or heroic) written by herself.
7) Make a working model of a flagstaff, or fly a kite made by herself.

1930 POR - Toymaker Badge


Do two of any of the following clauses and one toy of her own choice (each toy should be of a saleable standard): 

a) Cut out stuff and model two different woolly animals such as an elephant or teddy-bear, or one animal and one rag doo (the face to be painted).

b) Make an engine and another vehicle for a child to pull along, from bits of wood, cork, etc.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured crewel, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off, and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section a).)

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

f) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

g) Make a working model of a flagstaff, or fly a kite made by herself.

1931 POR - Toymaker Badge


Do two of any of the following clauses and one toy of her own choice (each toy should be of a saleable standard): 

a) Cut out stuff and model two different woolly animals such as an elephant or teddy-bear, or one animal and one rag doll (the face to be painted).

b) Make an engine and another vehicle for a child to pull along, from bits of wood, cork, etc.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured crewel, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off, and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section a).)

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

f) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

g) Make a working model of a flagstaff, or fly a kite made by herself.

1932 POR - Toymaker Badge


Do two of any of the following clauses and one toy of her own choice (each toy should be of a saleable standard): 

a) Cut out stuff and model two different woolly animals such as a rabbit and duck, or one animal and one rag doll (the face to be painted).

b) Make an engine and another vehicle for a child to pull along, from bits of wood, cork, etc.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured crewel, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off, and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section a).)

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

f) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

g) Make a working model of a flagstaff, or fly a kite made by herself.

1933 Hints on Girl Guide Badges - 15th Edition - Toymaker Badge

Do any two of the following clauses, and one toy of her own choice (each toy should be of a saleable standard).
1) Cut out, stuff and model two different woolly animals, such as a rabbit and duck, or one animal and one rag doll (the face to be painted).
2) Make an engine and another vehicle from bits of wood, cork, etc., for a child to pull along.
3) Make a wool ball on card frame and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured crewel, suitable for a tiny baby.
4) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off and be like the model clothing of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section 1.)
5) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper and furnish from oddments and scraps.
6) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature or heroic) written by herself.
7) Make a working model of a flagstaff, or fly a kite made by herself.

1935 POR - Toymaker Badge


Make a toy and do two of the following: 

a) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.

b) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off, and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section (a).)

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

f) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

g) Make a model farmyard, doll's house or Noah's Ark.

1938 POR - Toymaker Badge


Make a toy and do two of the following: 

a) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.

b) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off, and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section (a).)

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

f) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

g) Make a model farmyard, doll's house or Noah's Ark.

1939 POR - Toymaker Badge


Make a toy and do two of the following: 

a) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.  (cut out patterns may be used).

b) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off, and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll made in section (a).)

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

f) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

g) Make a model farmyard, doll's house or Noah's Ark.

1943 POR - Toymaker Badge


Make a toy of her own choice and do two of the following:

1) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.

2) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork or other material.

3) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

4) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll make in section (1).

5) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

6) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

7) Make a model farmyard, doll's house or Noah's Ark.

1947 POR - Toymaker Badge


Make a toy of her own choice and do two of the following:

1) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.  (Cut-out patterns may be used).

2) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork or other material.

3) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

4) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll make in section (1).

5) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

6) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

7) Make a model farmyard, doll's house or Noah's Ark.

1950 POR - Toymaker Badge


Make a toy of her own choice and do two of the following:

1) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.  (Cut-out patterns may be used).

2) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork or other material.

3) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

4) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll make in section (1).

5) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

6) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

7) Make a model farmyard, doll's house or Noah's Ark.

1953 POR - Toymaker Badge


Make a toy of her own choice and do two of the following:

1) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.  (Cut-out patterns may be used).

2) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork or other material.

3) Make a wool ball on card frame, and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

4) Dress a doll, the clothes to take off and be like the model clothes of a baby or toddler.  (The doll may be the rag doll make in section 1).

5) Make a room of a doll's house from a box, and completely paint, paper, and furnish, from oddments and scraps.

6) Make an illustrated scrap book, with one page of original illustrations or story (either fairy, nature, or heroic) written by herself.

7) Make a model farmyard, doll's house or Noah's Ark.

1957 POR - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of her own choice.

2) Pass two of the following clauses: 

a) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame; and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable and similar to those of a baby or toddler.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

f) Make a scrapbook to include one page of original illustrations, or an original story, e.g. a fairy story, nature story, heroic story, etc.

g) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's Ark.

1960 POR - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of her own choice.

2) Pass two of the following clauses: 

a) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame; and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable and similar to those of a baby or toddler.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

f) Make a scrapbook to include one page of original illustrations, or an original story, e.g. a fairy story, nature story, heroic story, etc.

g) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's Ark.

1961 (July) POR - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of her own choice.

2) Pass two of the following clauses: 

a) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame; and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable and similar to those of a baby or toddler.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

f) Make a scrapbook to include one page of original illustrations, or an original story, e.g. a fairy story, nature story, heroic story, etc.

g) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's Ark.

1964 (March) POR - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of her own choice.

2) Pass two of the following clauses: 

a) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame; and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable and similar to those of a baby or toddler.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

f) Make a scrapbook to include one page of original illustrations, or an original story, e.g. a fairy story, nature story, heroic story, etc.

g) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's Ark.

1965 (July) POR - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of her own choice.

2) Pass two of the following clauses: 

a) Make two different animals of some soft material, or one animal and one rag doll, the face to be painted or embroidered.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make two different vehicles with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Make a wool ball on card frame; and a bird or beast with scraps of coloured wool, suitable for a tiny baby.

d) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable and similar to those of a baby or toddler.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

e) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

f) Make a scrapbook to include one page of original illustrations, or an original story, e.g. a fairy story, nature story, heroic story, etc.

g) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's Ark.

1968 Guide Handbook - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of your own choice.

2) Pass two of the following clauses:

a) Make a rag doll or animal of some soft material.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make a vehicle with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

d) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

e) Make a scrapbook for a toddler to handle.

f) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's ark.

3) Make a study of the toys available in your local shops and give reasons why you think they are good or bad.

1973 Guide Handbook - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of your own choice.

2) Pass two of the following clauses:

a) Make a rag doll or animal of some soft material.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make a vehicle with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

d) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

e) Make a scrapbook for a toddler to handle.

f) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's ark.

3) Make a study of the toys available in your local shops and give reasons why you think they are good or bad.

1978 Guide Handbook - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of your own choice.

2) Do two of the following:

a) Make a rag doll or animal of some soft material.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make a vehicle with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

d) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

e) Make a scrapbook for a toddler to handle.

f) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's ark.

3) Make a study of the toys available in your local shops and give reasons why you think they are good or bad.

1983 Guide Badge Book - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of your own choice.

2) Do two of the following:

a) Make a rag doll or animal of some soft material.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make a vehicle with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

d) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

e) Make a scrapbook for a toddler to handle.

f) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's ark.

g) Make a mobile

3) Make a study of the toys available in your local shops and give reasons why you think they are good or bad.

1986 Guide Badge Book - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of your own choice.

2) Do two of the following:

a) Make a rag doll or animal of some soft material.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make a vehicle with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

d) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

e) Make a scrapbook for a toddler to handle.

f) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's ark.

g) Make a mobile

3) Make a study of the toys available in your local shops and give reasons why you think they are good or bad.

1989 Guide Badge Book - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of your own choice.

2) Do two of the following:

a) Make a rag doll or animal of some soft material.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make a vehicle with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

d) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

e) Make a scrapbook for a toddler to handle.

f) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's ark.

g) Make a mobile

3) Make a study of the toys available in your local shops and give reasons why you think they are good or bad.

1991 Guide Badge Book - Toymaker Badge


1) Make a toy of your own choice.

2) Do two of the following:

a) Make a rag doll or animal of some soft material.  Cut-out patterns may be used.

b) Make a vehicle with moveable wheels, from wood, cork, or other material.

c) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable.  The doll may be that submitted in clause a).

d) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper, and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.

e) Make a scrapbook for a toddler to handle.

f) Make a model farmyard, or doll's house, or Noah's ark.

g) Make a mobile

3) Make a study of the toys available in your local shops and give reasons why you think they are good or bad.

1995 Guide Badge Book - Toymaker Badge

All your toys should be well made, safe and ready to use before you show them to the tester.
1) Make a toy of your own choice.
2) Do two of the following:
a) Make a rag doll or animal of some soft material.  Cut-out patterns may be used.
b) Make a vehicle with movable wheels, from wood, cork or other material.
c) Dress a doll, the clothes to be removable.  The doll may be that submitted in Clause a).
d) Make a room of a doll's house from a box; completely paint, paper and furnish it, using oddments and scraps.
e) Make a scrap book for a toddler to handle.
f) Make a model farmyard or doll's house or Noah's Ark.
g) Make a mobile
3) Make a study of the toys available in shops and give reasons why you think they are good or bad.
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