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Unit Visits: 

 

SPARKS: 

Radical Resourceful Recycler:
In a half hour presentation the girls learn how to recycle everyday
items and where those resources come from in the earth. ( story, tree role play, recycling garbage )

Awaken Your Senses Through Nature Kit
Take your girls for a walk outside and use the colour chips to observe the beauty of nature, the magnifying glasses to explore the ground, play a ³no-take² scavenger hunt and many more ..  Take it to camp!

Wonders of Water
* Girls learn about the water cycle, and acid rain ( chalk experiment), pretend to be raindrops and hear about why it¹s important to conserve our water. Listen to a Rain song on video. Water For Tomorrow has many different activities to try out as well.

 


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BROWNIES: 

* Awaken Your Senses Through Nature Kit / + Project WILD games
Take your girls for a walk outside and use the colour chips to observe nature, the magnifying glasses to explore the ground, play a ³no- take² scavenger hunt and many more activities. Take the kit to camp too!

* Radical Resourceful Recycler:
In a 3/4 to one hour presentation the girls learn how to recycle everyday items and where those resources come from in the earth. Includes story, tree role play, recycling a pile of garbage, inventing new uses for old ³stuff²,
play Tail Tag and sing a couple of recycling songs. 
NEW! Bring something to give away ( puzzles, toys, books) in exchange for something else in our EXCHANGE BOX

* WAGGGS Water badge: 
Active games, demonstrations, thinking about ways we can conserve this precious resource. How much water do we use in everyday things? Where does a raindrop come from and where does it go? about 1 hour + songs

 

 


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GUIDES: 

* Litter Pick up - Garry Point
* Storm drain marking kit - call Darlene Rainbow (Ladner District)
* Goals for my Future: Exploring challenge - make paper using the paper making kit.
* WAGGGS Water badge: 
Active games, demonstrations, discussing ways we can conserve this precious resource. How much water do we use in everyday things? Learn about the plants and animals in a typical wetlands area. 
* Recycler Badge
Bring a recycling game to share with the other girls. How did Grandma reuse things way back when, where do we put what in the recycling scheme of things?  And most important of all RETHINK (and REDUCE) 
- Learn how to save those precious resources.

 

 


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SENIOR BRANCHES:

  1. Use our Paper Making Kit
  2. We can adapt the Guides Resources/Recycling activities, learn about Water Conservation
  3. Check out the 20/20/ Riverworks/ Douglas College/ Council of Canadians websites for discussion/activity topics
  4. Learn about the Impact of Agriculture on our environment


 

 

 


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