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6:00 - 6:05 pm
- Circle songs (attendance/dues)
- Brownie opening song
- Recite Brownie Promise
6:05 – 6:15 pm
- 6. Canada Sings (see song sheet)
- What is a folk song and what Canadian folk songs do you know?
- a song that is traditionally sung by the common people of a region and forms part of their culture
- narrative song that uses traditional melodies to speak on a particular topic.
- Find a Canadian folk song you’d like to learn.
- Learn it.
- Teach it to your Brownie unit or circle.
6:15 – 6:35 pm
- “I Can Be” interest badge (complete worksheet)
6:35 – 7:00 pm
- Imagine you’re a character in your favourite book or television show. Describe who that would be.
- If you could be an animal, which animal would you be? Why? Act our being that animal and have the girls in your unit guess what animal you are.
- Use mime to describe an activity or situation. Ask your friends to guess what you’re acting out.
7:00 – 7:25 pm
- 7. No Talking
- How do you play charades and why is it fun to play it?
- A. On separate pieces of paper, write the topics, movie, song or book titles or saying to use in charades.
- B. Put them into a basket or hat and have each girl in your unit choose one.
- C. Take turns acting the charade out and guessing someone else’s charade.
7:25 – 7:30 pm
- Brownie closing song
- Toad stool
- Cell phone
- Dues bag
- Brownie binder
- Badge bag
- Attendance clipboard
- Hand sanitizer
- Chair signs & pins
- Meeting plan
- Canada song sheets
- “I Can Be” interest badge worksheets
- Charades game