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Post  Carole Wed May 12, 2010 4:33 am

The Brownie Adventure is divided into three areas:

• You
• Community
• World.

You - A Brownie develops her:

• Understanding and awareness of herself.
• Relationships with family and friends.
• Skills and achievements.
• Confidence and personality.
• Beliefs, morals and values.
• Self-esteem and self-worth.

Community - A Brownie develops her:

• Understanding and awareness of the communities in which she lives and
• Level of practical action in those communities.
• Knowledge of how she can contribute to her communities.
• Understanding and awareness of her relationships with people in her communities.
• Enthusiasm to use her skills to contribute to her communities and to improve relationships.

World - A Brownie develops her:

• Understanding and awareness of the world in which she lives.
• Knowledge and interest in the world.
• Knowledge and understanding of World Guiding.
• Enthusiasm to use her skills locally for the benefit of the wider world.
• Understanding of how she can improve her world.

Exciting opportunities

What exciting opportunities should a girl experience as a Brownie? As each Brownie progresses through her Brownie Adventure, she should experience:

• Activities, challenges or events outside her normal meeting place and further afield.
• Her wider guiding family.
• Activities or events with Brownies from other units or girls from other sections.
• Fun and friendship.
• A balanced range of activities, for example, fitness, arts, international and so on.
• Residential opportunities such as Brownie sleepovers, camps and holidays.
• Interest badges, tackling these on her own and with others.
• Opportunities for her personal development.
• If possible, the chance to be a Brownie Buddy, Second or Sixer.
• Recognition of achievement with instant rewards.


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Join date : 2010-05-07
Age : 62
Location : Penton, Cumbria

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