Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1995 Brownie Guide Badge Book - World Guiding Badge


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To gain this badge you should complete five clauses.  If you pass five more clauses, you may have another World Guiding Badge.

1) Sing a Brownie song from another country.

2) Make a friendship circle of paper dolls.  Colour each one with a different Brownie uniform from around the world.

3) Find out what WAGGGS stands for.  Wear the World Badge and tell somebody what it means.

4) Find or draw a picture of a World Centre and make it into a jigsaw.

5) Make a badge using the symbol from one of the World Centres.

6) Send a tape, letter or picture to a Brownie in another country.  You could either do this on your own or with you unit.

7) Take part in an event or activity with another Unit.  Say 'hello' to a Brownie you don't know and give her something you have made.

8) Cook and taste something that a Brownie in a Commonwealth country might eat.

9) Design a Thinking Day card and send it to someone you know in Guiding.

10) Help plan and take part in a Thinking Day celebration.

11) Talk with an adult you know, who was a Brownie.  What was it like to be a Brownie when she was your age?

12) choose a country that has Brownies, make a poster, and use it to tell your Six about these Brownies.

2009 Brownie Badge Book - World Guiding Badge

Choose and do five of the following:
* Learn a Brownie song from another country.  Sing it with your Six.
* Make a friendship circle of paper dolls.  Colour each one with a different Brownie uniform from around the world.
* Take part in an event or activity with Brownies from another unit.
* Say hello to a Brownie you don't know.  Give her something you have made.
* Find out what WAGGGS sands for.  Draw the World Badge and explain what each part means.
* Explain what it means to you to know there are Brownies in so many different countries.
* Draw or glue a picture of one of the four World Centres on to card.  Make it into a jigsaw puzzle for another Brownie to complete.
* Know something about each of the four World Centres.
* Send a postcard, tape, letter or email to a Brownie in another country.  You can do this on your own or with other Brownies.
* Cook and taste something that a Brownie in another Commonwealth country might regularly eat.
* Design a World Thinking Day card.  Send it to someone you know in Guiding.
* With other Brownies, plan and take part in a World Thinking Day celebration.
* Talk with someone who has been abroad with Girlguiding UK.  Tell the tester what you found out.
* Choose a country where there are Brownies.  Make a poster and use it to tell your Six about the country and the Brownies who live there.
2013 Brownie Badge Book - World Guiding Badge

Choose and do five of the following.
* Learn a Brownie song from another country.  Sing it with your Six.
* Make a friendship circle of paper dolls.  Colour each one with a different Brownie uniform from around the world.
* Take part in an event or activity with brownies from another unit.
* Say hello to a Brownie you don't know.  Give her something you have made.
* Find out what WAGGGS stands for.  Draw the World Badge and explain what each part means.
* Explain what it means to you to know there are Brownies in so many different countries.
* Draw or glue a picture of one of the four World Centres onto card.  Make it into a jigsaw puzzle for another Brownie to complete.
* Know something about each of the four World Centres.
* Send a postcard, tape, letter or email to a Brownie in another country.  You can do this on your own or with other Brownies.
* Cook and taste something that a Brownie in another  Commonwealth country might regularly eat.
* Design a World Thinking Day card.  Send it to someone you know in Guiding.
* With other Brownies, plan and take part in a World Thinking Day celebration.
* Talk with someone who has been abroad with Girlguiding UK.  Tell the tester what you found out.
* Choose a country where there are Brownies.  Make a display and use it to tell your Six about the country and the Brownies who live there.
2016 Brownie Badge Book - World Guiding Badge

Choose and do five of the following.
* Learn a Brownie song from another country.  Sing it with your Six.
* Make a friendship circle of paper dolls.  Colour each one with a different Brownie uniform from around the world.
* Take part in an event or activity with brownies from another unit.
* Say hello to a Brownie you don't know.  Give her something you have made.
* Find out what WAGGGS stands for.  Draw the World Badge and explain what each part means.
* Explain what it means to you to know there are Brownies in so many different countries.
* Draw or glue a picture of one of the four World Centres onto card.  Make it into a jigsaw puzzle for another Brownie to complete.
* Know something about each of the four World Centres.
* Send a postcard, letter or email to a Brownie in another country.  You can do this on your own or with other Brownies.
* Cook and taste something that a Brownie in another  Commonwealth country might regularly eat.
* Design a World Thinking Day card.  Send it to someone you know in Guiding.
* With other Brownies, plan and take part in a World Thinking Day celebration.
* Talk with someone who has been abroad with Girlguiding UK.  Tell the tester what you found out.
* Choose a country where there are Brownies.  Make a display and use it to tell your Six about the country and the Brownies who live there.

2019 (July) Badge Finder - World Guiding Badge


Choose and do five of the following.

  • Learn a Brownie song from another country. Sing it with your Six.
  • Make a friendship circle of paper dolls. Colour each one with a different Brownie uniform from around the world.
  • Take part in an event or activity with Brownies from another unit.
  • Say hello to a Brownie you don’t know. Give her something you have made.
  • Find out what WAGGGS stands for. Draw the World Badge and explain what each part means.
  • Explain what it means to you to know there are Brownies in so many different countries.
  • Draw or glue a picture of one of the four World Centres on to card. Make it into a jigsaw puzzle for another Brownie to complete.
  • Know something about each of the four World Centres.
  • Send a postcard, letter or email to a Brownie in another country. You can do this on your own or with other Brownies.
  • Cook and taste something that a Brownie in another Commonwealth country might regularly eat.
  • Design a World Thinking Day card. Send it to someone you know in guiding.
  • With other Brownies, plan and take part in a World Thinking Day celebration.
  • Talk with someone who has been abroad with Girlguiding. Tell the tester what you found out.
  • Choose a country where there are Brownies. Make a display to tell your Six about the country and the Brownies who live there.

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