Do some cooking using a recipe that involves measurements and weights.
Learn a magic trick that uses numbers and try it out on your patrol
With your unit, play a game of Adding Ladders (resources)
Make your own fake money, in whatever value you choose and with whatever decorations you choose.
Learn a new number in the times table that you haven’t done at school (eg if you are up to the 4 times table at school, learn the 5 times table by yourself).
Estimate how fast you will be over a certain distance doing each of the following: skipping, running, hopping, running backwards, walking, running on all fours. Then time yourself and see how close you were.
Know your telephone number, the emergency number and at least one other important telephone number.
See if you can fit 50 natural objects into a film canister.
Discover what numerology is, and explain it to your unit (resources)
Learn to count to 20 in a different language.
Collect least 50 different specimens in connection with your hobby or interest. Eg stamps, postcards, badges etc. Arrange them neatly and systematically.
Write about a visit you have made to a library, an art gallery or museum (within the past 6 months). Describe how the specimens there were displayed.
Show how to properly use tweezers, magnifying glass, perforation gauge, stamp catalogue and show how to soak and dry stamps.
Know the meaning of the following philatelic terms; bilingual, coil stamps, first day covers, face value, imperforate, mint, overprint, perforate, postage, re-issue, special issue, surtax, used, watermark, cancellation, commemorative issue, se-tenant.
Keep in touch
Enabling girls and young women to grow into confident, self-respecting, responsible community members.