IGG Interest Badge Brownie Guiding Traditions Option 02
Create a Brownie uniform timeline (Cut Out Doll)
In attached file:
- Brownie Uniform Sheets
- Brownie Paper Doll
- Brownie Uniform Photos
Aim of Badge To practice traditional Guiding skills
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The Brownie uniform has evolved over the past 100 years. At the beginning several uniforms were trialled in brown and blue before in the 1920s a brown cotton dress with chest pockets was fixed upon, to be worn with a brown tie. The tie changed from brown to yellow but a major change to Brownie uniform came in the 1960s when the Brownie dress was changed to a blue pinafore followed by a blue dress in the 1980s. In the 1990s the uniform changed again to a yellow sweatshirt and navy tracksuit with a navy sash and neckerchief.
Examine the photographs of past uniforms.
Colour and cut out the Brownie and her four uniforms. Make a timeline of her uniforms.
This could be completed and displayed as a six.
Why does the uniform change?
Which uniform do you like the best?
What would you change about the current uniform if you could?
Why do we have a uniform?
IGG Brownie Centenary Pack (2014) A Hundred Years A-‐Growing by Gillian Finan
Photos taken from http://www.irishgirlguides.ie/index.php/photos?wg view=contentalbum&wg album=5642157795503586097&wg page=1
- Brownie Interest Badge
- Guiding Traditions
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