Check out this lovely rendition of I Am One Voice by Association des Guides du Liban
This weeks activities include taking a virtual trip to an art gallery, imitating famous art with found objects, using and unusual canvas and making a collage out of security envelopes.
“Art is something that makes you breathe with a different kind of happiness.” ~ Anni Albers
New to me this week is this lovely adaptation of ABBAs “The Way Old Friends Do” by Girlguiding Suffolk
Want to see what Girl Guides and Girl Scouts are doing around the world during the pandemic. Check out the WAGGGS reference page
For Her Digital World/Ideas Around World/ to see what different member countries have set up to support their members during the pandemic
This is an idea for an online meeting (although it would also work in person)… before the meeting, ask each girl to pick out a favourite book to introduce to the other girls in her unit. The book can be fiction, non-fiction, graphic novel, biography or whatever else she wants.
Introduce your Book
Give each girl a few minutes to tell what book she brought and why she picked it.
Bring Your Own Book
This is a game based on the card game Bring Your Own Book The game leader reads a prompt and all the players have 1 or 2 minutes to find a word or phrase in their own book to match the prompt. Depending on the size of your group, the players can take turns being the judge (the judge does not play that round) or everyone can vote on the best answer. The best answer can be either the most appropriate or the funniest.
- Something heard at camp after midnight
- A new Guide law
- A weird thing to pack for a hike
- Something a Guider might say after a meeting
- The name of a campfire song
- A new Guide badge
- A skill you didn’t expect to learn in Guides
- Your camp name
Now that the public and separate school boards have started sending out work for my Pathfinders and Rangers to complete at home, I’m going to start generating at home meetings every two weeks to give the girls a bit more time to work on them. This weeks meeting is from the Local Communities Theme.
For an opening I put together a kahoot! quiz on the origins of street names in Toronto. I originally wanted to run it live during our online meeting but that didn’t work out. Still the girls can complete it on their own time. If I had known they would be doing it on their own I might have used Google Forms instead.
This weeks at home meeting activities includes a community photo bingo, favourite places in your neighbourhood and an urban planning activity.
“Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody.”
― Jane Jacobs, The Death and Life of Great American Cities