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Hazelwood and Churchill (Victoria, Australia) local Girl Guide information noticeboard.

Insect word Find

Insect word search

Find the insects or words associated with insects.

Some appear twice or more.

D C T P R E Y 1 N G M E M P E R O R
U R N S R E L E E S A O N E M O D G
N 1 A H O U S E F A N T S X B A B U
G C S G U B A S L F T S 1 Q D S A M
Y K E S 0 L A D Y B 1 R D S U 1 T O
L E T N A N T L E C S S G U B L T T
F T 1 A E L F E S 1 E G N D S V O H
R O M M S R L L A C E W 1 N G E R W
E N R O E Y E S Y A B H W Y H R E A
T E E T G N A T S D P 1 S M E F P N
T B T H N B U L L A N T 1 P A 1 P D
U U N T A Z M 1 T E A R X H D S O E
B L A O T F 1 C O C K R O A C H H R
E L S O L D 1 E R B E E T L E T S E
E A T E W J A C A B B A G E M O S R
S N A 1 E A R W 1 G S 1 X S O U A S
A T N A T Z S S T H O R A N T M R 1
W G G L E G S P S M O N A C H S G X
Cicada Grasshopper Emperor gum
Dragonfly Cricket Dung
Housefly Flea Head
Ladybird Termite Thorax
Nymph Gnat Abdomen
Egg Mosquito Feelers
Earwig Preying Mantis Mouth
Wasp Cockroach     „ Eyes
Bee Aphid Jaws
Bull ant Soldier beetle Six
Ant Monach* Legs
Moth Wanderer Bug
Butterfly Cabbage moth Ear
Lice Lacewing Saw
Silverfish Wing
Ed. ‘Monach is actually spelt Monarch
OiA October 1996
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April 11, 2010 Posted by | Achieve, Animal Tracks, Associate, Care for, Collect, Create, Create, Discover, Discuss, Do, Explore, Feet, Find out, Food, Hands, Illustrate, Investigate, JBP, Lead, Learn, Outdoors [and the environment], Plan, Plan and Lead, Promote, Raise, Science-and-Technology, vegetation | , , , | Leave a comment

Word Find : Fun at the Sea

Fun at the sea
S U R F T E D A P S
B A R E T A W B E L
S U N S C R E E N E
W B C D L A H S G W
I A O K C L E S U O
M R V H E A E D I T
M C R E W T S H N F
I L A E S A L T S U
N T E W A O A T L N
D G A N C H O R S E
ANCHORS SANDCASTLE
BEACH SEAWEED
BOAT SEAL
BUCKET SHELLS
CRAB SPADE
CREW SUNSCREEN
FISH SURF
FUN SWIMMING
HAT TIDE
NET TOWELS
PENGUINS WATER
ROD WAVES
SALT WET

April 11, 2010 Posted by | Achieve, Animal Tracks, Associate, charts, Create, Create, Demonstrate, Discover, Discuss, Do, Enjoy, Explore, find, Find out, hand, JBP, Learn, learning, Outdoors [and the environment], Pet, plan, Plan and Lead, play, Practice, Promote, Raise, Science-and-Technology, Share, Take part in, Teaching, Tell, Theme, Think, Try, Water | , , | Leave a comment

A Pre Promise Challenge

I N D I A T R E F O I L I K
W I L L S H O K E N Y A O H
S C O U T I N G N M A W K Y
L O R D A N D L A D Y B P B
A U E M P K I N D I L A N E
F R Y P S I R A L L Y P R R
R C A B A N A O M I S R E A
I H N D B G O L A V E O E C
C A G O O D T U R N O M M E
A L A G I A G N E S R I L G
L E F T U Y B R O N S L E A
I T D B E P R E P A R E D E
Mark off the letters from the clues given. With the remaining 41
letters work out a sentence that describes something that will
be happening to you soon.

CLUES

  1. In 1909 Baden-Powell organised a _ _ _ _ _ at Crystal Palace for the Boy Scout Movement, and a small group of girls joined in too.
  2. 22nd February is the joint birthdays of who?_ _ _ _   _ _ _   _ _ _ _   _ _.
  3. This day was first known as _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _   _ _ _.
  4. Queens land’s state camp site is called _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

(answer is Kindilan – replace this with the name of your state camp site and change the letters on the fifth line of the grid.)

  1. In 1912, B-P married _ _ _ _ _ Soames who in 1930 became World Chief Guide.
  2. The first World Centre was established in Switzerland and is called ­_ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _.

  1. Our Promise (enrolment) and World badges are made up of three parts called a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ which remind us of the three parts of our Promise.
  2. We shake our ­_ _ _ _ hand.  Why?
  3. B-P held an experimental camp on _  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Island in 1907.
  4. We try to do at least one of these a day. _ _ _ _   _ _ _ _.
  5. We usually end our meetings with this vesper _ _ _ _   which was the signal for lights out in the American Army, tapped on a drum.
  6. B.P. asked his sister _ _ _ _ _  to help him organise the Girl guide Movement in 1910.
  7. What is our Motto? _ _   _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
  8. The two stars on the World Bade remind us of our _ _ _    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.
  9. The World Centre in Mexico is called  Our   _ _ _ _ _ _ _.
  10. B-P wrote a book called _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ for Boys which was first published in fortnightly parts in 1908.
  11. B-P died at Nyeri in _ _ _ _ _ in 1941.
  12. B.P joined the army when he was 19 and serves in both _ _ _ _ _ and

_ _ _ _ _ _.

  1. B-P took the name Guides from the famous _ _ _ _ _ _  Guides in India.

Judith Schwartz Queensland.

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SERVICE FLASH THAT BEGAN IN 2009

This Service Flash has  three level [One, two and Three]

A Guide may start the flashes at the age of seven for flash 1, nine for flash 2 and 11 for flash 3.  Each different level has a period of service required over a varing amount of time.  For instance level 2 Service Flash has a  minimum of fifteen hours of ret over three months which works out at approximately 1% hours per week. . This can “include service to your “immediate and extended family, school and Guiding.

What needs to be recorded and signed off for is the date the Service began and concluded. What Service has been  provided Length of time given,.  Of course a Signature  is a must too.

The total hours given may be copied from Look Wide 2009 edition Page 83.  So what needs to be purchased and filled out is an up to date Look wide book.  Available at the Guide Shop.

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patrol Activity through the Rac Wac’s.

Sometimes when the Rac Wac has been planned the idea was that:

Each patrol was to follow a different route to an appropriate destination ( accompanied by an adult with first aid kit and a car).  The year that we were to try this out everything was cancelled, delayed or rearranged due to the Fires that were / had been ranging around Churchill for nearly a month.

April 11, 2010 Posted by | action, Action Plan, Activities, Adult members, Advocacy, Arrange, BBQ, body, Brainstorming, Carry Out, Challenges, decission-making, development, emergency plan, evaluation, Events, Explore, Feet, Fire Education, Fire safety demonstration, First Aider, Food, friendship, Fun Walk, Gipps Guides, girl, goals, Invite, JBP, Lead, Leaders, Learn, March, mindmap, Outdoors [and the environment], Patrol System, Patrol-badge, Peak Achievement Award, physical fitness, Plan and Lead, Police Check, Prepare, Rac Wac, risk, Risk Annalysis, Safety, safety program, social occansion, Take part in, talents, tolerance, Warmth-factor, Water, Youth | Leave a comment

Learning to march

Learning to march sounds boring. Done the right way is fun. We had fun. Even when you are asked to go back and do it again. And again.

First you start with remembering what one is your left foot! Once it is pointed out that Guide Salute with their Right and shake with their left things are easier. The left foot is the lead foot. we often mucked up.

To correct that there’s the skip step. The one where you do a half step and repeat it a few steps later. That way the marching is all back in rhythm again.

Then when your finally moving when do you know when to stop. besides the person in front running stopping and you running right into them. That’s where listening to the commands come into it. And doing the commands helps too.

Marching involves swinging the arms. The other arm to the foot that is moving. Or you may end up out of balance and falling into someone else…..the ground hurt’s when there is no one to stop you falling.

The hand does not go further than the knee. If you swing the hand too far the steps get out of rhythm.

It took us a really fun time to get this marching stuff under control. then we got new people and we had to show them how it was done. That was really funny cause we realized how funny we looked when we begun to ‘March’.

We learned to March so that we could be on parade and escort the colors when the Second World War Board of Honor was brought back to the Hazelwood South Hall. Then we did Australia Days, and Anzac Days. Everytime there was something that we wanted to march in there was new things to learn too.

We were working on our Explore: guiding, Our World and Friendship badges, others doing sections of our Create: Feet, hands, Ears badges. Some of us were doing more to their Junior BP and BP badges,

December 8, 2009 Posted by | BP, Churchill, Color, Create, Explore, Guides, Hazelwood, JBP, March, Second | Leave a comment

The more we get together

The more we get together is a song that was sung in 2005 at a camp fire. very soon after wards as part of the Achieve : Leadership part 2 this song was one of a few taught over a a month at Guides in preparation for a short campfire.

The more we get together, together, together,
The more we get together the happier we’ll be.
For your friends are my friends,
And my friends are your friends,
The more we get together the happier we’ll be.

The more we get together, together, together,
The more we get together the happier we’ll be.
For you know that I know,
And I know that you know,
The more we get together the happier we’ll be.

Campfire
6th August 2005,
Baw Baw Region sleeping under the Stars.

November 18, 2009 Posted by | BP, camp, Challenge, Create, Explore, Fire, friends, JBP, OBP, QG, training, world | Leave a comment

Guide Law Song

The Guide law song is a catchy song to the tune of Old Mac Donald had a farm.

Written aimed at Phillipine Girl Guides the Laws are very similar to the Australian Guide Laws.

Guide Law Song Sung to the tune of “This Old Man”.
Guide Law one, loyal and fun,
Loyal and fun says Guide Law one,
Helping other people, learning more and more,
Guides be true to the first Guide Law.
Guide Law two, helpful you, *i Helpful you says Guide Law two, Helping other people, learning more and more, Guides be true to the second Guide Law.
Guide Law three, considerate be,
Considerate be says Guide Law three,
Helping …….. «
Guide Law four, friendship sure, Friendship sure says Guide Law four, Helping ……..
Guide Law five, animals alive, Animals alive says Guide Law five, Helping ……..
Guide Law six, 0-be-d-ient , 0-be-d-ient, says Guide Law six, Helping ……..
Guide Law seven, smile or gladden, Smile or gladden says Guide Law seven, Helping ……..
Guide Law eight, never be late, Never be late says Guide Law eight, Helping ……..
Guide Law nine, care of yours and mine, Care of yours and mine says Guide Law nine, Helping ……..
Guide Law ten, good citizen,
Good citizen says Guide Law ten,
Helping other people, learning more and more,
Guides be true to the tenth Guide Law.

This song was orginally published in the old Girl Guide magazine ‘Matildia’ in the mags Training Pages.

Enjoy learning the sang. Onece learned it is hard to get rid of from your head.

November 18, 2009 Posted by | BP, Girl Guides, JBP, Laws, Music, OBP, other People, Promise, QG | Leave a comment

Measuring up to "My Best"

The girl Guide Promise asks you ‘to do your best’….

Okay, so what is your best? Are you doing your best? What’s stopping you? Once this has been sorted out where and what can you do to do better? Do you want to do better? What is your Goal? Figure out some little steps to get to your goal. Give yourself a time limit. What and how will you proceed [what will you do if] you don’t meat this challenge goal?

November 18, 2009 Posted by | Advocacy, Best, BP, Confidence, Create, Explore, goals, Governance, JBP, Leadership, My, Objectives, OBP, personal, potential, QG, self | Leave a comment

And the music flows

Listening to different types of music adds variety to our lives.

Sometimes during the meetings CD’s have been played. The Guides or leaders bring their CD’s, check with the leaders that the CD’s music is appropriate, and the Cd’s are played as back ground music through the meeting.

Over the years there has been played: Guide songs and campfire singing, traditional Australian Aborginal music from different ‘Nations’. Various other traditional music from other countries: New Zealand, Wales, France, Germany, American Indian, and Indian just to name a few.

Even Music from different music trends: The Australian Youth Choir, Abba, ACDC, Whitesnake, Celian Deyon, Jazz, Classical, Rock, Metal (heavy, fairy, light electrical,,) Pop…

Various compilations such as Aussie BBqs, Power Songs, Imprisonment tapes, Childrens Nursery Rhyme Tapes, International freedom CD’s.

The lists just go on.

The Guides and their friends are checked re their knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety in regards to electricity, handing of home appliances, appreciation of noise levels, who running the show and who has over all power with regard to saying turn it off.

November 18, 2009 Posted by | BP, Create, Develop, Discov-'re-Potential, Ears, Explore, JBP, Lifeskills, Music | Leave a comment