- Get a pen-friend in a different country (Investigate the WAGGGS Postbox service)
Learn about WAGGGS and what they do.
Make a holiday scrapbook if you go travelling.
Learn a different language.
Investigate Guides around the world.
Discover UNICEF and learn about what they do.
Learn about the different time zones and be able to calculate the time in another country
Research the different country codes for website addresses, telephone numbers and amateur radio callsigns
Find out the story behind the names of the different age groups in other countries (eg. the Rainbow Story or the Spark Story)
Know how to read an atlas and be able to locate a city by using the index and grid reference
Understand scales and contour lines as used on a topographic map
Plan an itinerary for a trip around the world.
Research some WAGGGS countries and learn about their uniform, promise, age groups, founding date etc...
Find out about the 4 World Centres
Or any other challenge or group of challenges that relate to the world which mean you are achieving your personal best.
Saturday, October 17, 2009
What challenge can you think of for your World Badge? You could make, learn, investigate, explore, visit, enjoy, help, give...Here are some example challenges: