1995 Brownie Guide Badge Book - World Traveller Badge
To gain this badge you should complete five clauses. If you pass five more clauses, you may have another World Traveller badge.
1) Make a collection of coins or stamps from at least three different countries.
2) Choose a country with a language other than English.
Learn the numbers one to ten.
Learn how to say the following:
b) 'thank you'
c) 'good bye'
3) Show the tester how to cross a road safely. Work out how to cross the road in a country where card drive on the other side of the road.
4) Show how you would greet people from three countries in their traditional way, such as rubbing noses (Canadian Inuits), the wai (Thailand) or peace sign (American Indians).
5) Find out what a passport is for and make one for yourself. It must contain a picture or drawing of you, your name, date of birth and address. Draw in entry stamps from different countries.
6) Help to plan and take a trip on a bus, train, boat or plane and draw a picture of your outing. What did you enjoy about it?
7) People in the USA and Africa sometimes cook outside when travelling. Cook something on a camp fire such as marshmallows, sausages or bananas. Make sure there is an adult with you when you do this.
8) Pack a small bag with the things you would need in order to spend one night away form home. Don't forget a game to play or something to do.
9) Take some photographs while you are on a day trip or holiday. Display and label the pictures, then show them to the tester.
10) Collect some souvenirs from abroad and use them to play a Kim's Game with your Six.
11) Pretend you are sending a postcard to a friend. Make the postcard by drawing a picture of a place on one side of a piece of card. On the back tell your friend about the place.
12) Dress up in clothes to:
a) play in snow
b) go to the beach.
Know how to protect yourself from the sun and severe cold.
2019 (July) Badge Finder - World Traveller Badge
Choose and do five of the following.
- Choose a country with a language other than your own. Learn to say numbers one to ten, hello, thank you and goodbye.
- Know what you should remember to do when walking or cycling in a different country.
- Show you can tell that a car is from a different country.
- Show how you might greet people from three countries in their traditional way, such as rubbing noses (Canadian Inuits), the wai (Thailand) or peace sign (Native Americans).
- Know why people have passports. Make a pretend one for yourself containing a photo or drawing of yourself, your name, date of birth and address. Draw in entry stamps from different countries.
- Help to plan and take a trip on a bus, train, boat or plane. Draw a picture or make a scrapbook showing what you enjoyed.
- Discuss with the tester the plans you would make to travel to another country.
- With an adult you know, cook something on a campfire or barbecue, like marshmallows, sausages or bananas. Explain to the tester the type of food you would carry and cook when travelling.
- Pack a small bag with the things you need to stay away from home for one night. Don’t forget a game to play, something to read or your cuddly toy.
- On a day trip or holiday take some photographs. Display and label them, or arrange them in an album.
- Collect some souvenirs from abroad. Use them to play Kim’s Game with your Six.
- Make a postcard to send to a friend. On a piece of card, draw or stick a picture of a place. On the back tell your friend about what the place is like and what you did there.
- Show the tester what type of clothes you might wear if you lived in a very cold country, a very hot country, a very wet country and a very dry country.