The 2nd Woodcote Rainbows and The 19th Purley Brownies


The 2nd Woodcote Rainbows and The 19th Purley Brownies
The 2nd Woodcote Rainbows
and The 19th Purley Brownies
Proudly Present..................
2nd Woodcote Rainbows and
19th Purley Brownies
The Disney Mania
Challenge Badge
19th Purley Brownies and
2nd Woodcote Rainbows
Welcome to our challenge badge celebrating the Wonderful World
of Walt Disney!
Our Badge is split into five sections using the various films that
the Disney Company have created for inspiration.
You can complete as many of the activities as you like but to help
you we’ve added a colour score page at the back so you can keep
track of all the Mickey Mouse icons you have collected.
Once you have coloured the page you have completed the badge.
Each activity has a varying number of icons attached to it
depending on the type of activity it is.
For Rainbows each icon is worth two icons.
The badge is split into five sections:
Disney Animals
Disney Heroes
Disney Princesses
Disney Pixar
Walt’s Masterclass
Each section has a selection of activities covering:
Themed Evenings
We hope you enjoy all the activities and discover as Walt Disney
said “Laughter is timeless, Imagination has no age and dreams
are forever”
Dumbo—”Baby Mine”
Hold an evening and get a guest
speaker to talk to you about all
different types of baby animals
Bambi—”Little April Showers”
Create pictures using water! This
can be water painting or even
putting paint in some water and
capturing the bubbles on paper
Bolt—”Saving Mittens”
Set up an obstacle course and
overcome it to rescue Mittens
Lady and the Tramp—”He’s a Tramp but they love him”
Organise a visit from The Dog’s Trust
The Jungle Book—”Bare necessities”
Think about what is essential to you—
If you had to lose one thing what
would it be and why
Aristocats—”Everybody wants to be a cat!”
Get creative and make a cat mask—you can
design your own or use the attached template
Chicken Little—”The Sky is Falling”
Think about the effects telling fibs and bullying can
have—maybe involve your local Peer Educator
The Fox and the Hound- “Best of Friends”
Create Friendship bracelets using 3 pieces of
different coloured thread plait them together
and give to someone special
101 Dalmatians—”Puppies Everywhere!”
Make Dalmatian biscuits—see the attached recipe
The Rescuers—”Rescue Aid Society”
Research Charities abroad, maybe you can find a pen
pal and send letters to them just like Penny
Home on the Range—”Little Patch of Heaven”
Organise a trip to your local farm
Lion King—”Hakuna Matata”
It means no worries—create your own philosophy
for your unit
Winnie the Pooh—”Another Blustery Day”
Go on a Nature Walk
Brother Bear—”Wilderness of Danger and Beauty”
Look at the different environments Bears can live in
Basil the Great Mouse Detective—”Who done it?”
Play a game of “Wink Murder”
Oliver and Company—”Streets of Gold”
Oliver and Company is based on Oliver
Twist by Charles Dickens where Oliver
travelled to London. Organise a trip to
the Big City to see if the Streets are paved
with Gold
Robin Hood—Robbed from the Rich
Look into local charities in your area
Pinocchio- “I’ve got no strings”
Make a “stringless puppet” for example
using a sock
Peter Pan- “Off to Never,Never Land”
Follow the leader—Play a game of
Simon Says
Treasure Planet—”Silver”
Have a Treasure Hunt
Aladdin—”A Whole New World”
Hold an Arabian Nights
Themed Evening—try different
styles of dancing
The Sword in the Stone—”All Hail King Arthur”
Research King Arthur and the Knights of the Round table
Mary Poppins—”Step in Time”
Have a go and trying to learn a dance
Hercules—”Zero to Hero”
Think of role models that inspire you
The Hunchback of Notre Dame—”Topsy Turvey”
Celebrate the “Festival of Fools” with a back to front evening
Tarzan—”Trashin’ the Camp”
Go camping with a Jungle theme
The Black Cauldron—”Escape from the Castle”
You need to work as a team to escape the Horned King—
undertake various team building activities
The Lost City of Atlantis—”Touring the City”
Research lost or ancient cities such as Pompeii
Wreck-It Ralph—”Life in the Arcade”
Set up your own Arcade—Hold a board games night
Meet the Robinsons—”Keep Moving Forward”
Find out more about the Section you will
move into next
Emperor’s New Groove—”Beware the Groove”
Design and create your own groovy t-shirt
Bedknobs and Broomsticks—”The Island of Naboombu”
Just like on the Island of Naboombu enjoy a game
Fantasia—”The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”
Make a Magician’s Hat—see template
Pete’s Dragon -”Candle on the Water”
Make your own lighthouse
Cinderella—”Bibbitti Bobbitti Boo”
Make Edible Mice—see recipe
Sleeping Beauty—”Once Upon a Dream”
Play a game of sleeping beauties (sleeping lions)
Snow White—”Mirror, Mirror on the wall”
Decorate a mirror
Mulan—”Honour to Us All”
Research Powerful Women in History
The Little Mermaid-”Part of Your World”
Ariel sold her voice to join walk on dry land—
hold a silent evening
Alice in Wonderland—”Eat me, Drink me”
Hold a Mad Hatters Tea Party
Lilo and Stitch—”Aloha”
Make Lilo’s Hawaiian Punch
The Princess and the Frog—”Down in New Orleans”
Make Princess Tiana’s Gumbo—see recipe
Beauty and the Beast—”Until the Last Petal Falls”
Make paper roses—see instructions
Pocahontas—”Colours of the Wind”
Make colourful musical instruments or
Tangled—”I See the Light”
Hold an evening by candle light
Toy Story—”To Infinity and Beyound”
Hold a space themed evening
Brave—”The Games”
Hold your “Scottish” Games
Wall-E -”It Only Takes a Moment”
Think about recycling and the impact it has on the environment
The Incredibles-”Life’s incredible again”
Create your own Superhero Identity
Cars—”Life is a Highway”
Decorate your own miniature car
Ratatouille—”A Real Gourmet Kitchen”
Make Le Choco Fondant—see recipe
Monsters Inc—”Scare Floor”
Create your own monster
UP- “The Spirit of Adventure”
Make your own hot air balloon—see instructions on
this website
Finding Nemo-”Deep Beyond the Sea”
Create your own shoe box aquarium
A Bug’s Life -”Seed to Tree”
Make footprint butterfly plant pots and plant seeds in them
Each Master Class is worth
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For every
the Pooh
you collect colour one section of Winnie
Rainbows:- Each is
worth 2 colour sections
What you need
 Digestive Biscuits
 Chocolate Icing Pens
 Milk Chocolate Chips
 Thick Strawberry Laces
 Ready Roll Icing (White) -
girls can roll their own if you
 Plastic Cup (similar diameter to the
 Rolling Pin
 Sharp Knife or Scissors
What to do:
 Roll out the Icing
 Using the plastic cup to cut out circles for the Dalmatian skin
 Place the icing on the biscuit—you may need water to help it stick
 Cut the strawberry laces into small pieces—you will need two pieces
biscuit one for the nose and one for the mouth
 Push the strawberry lace pieces into the icing
 Push the chocolate chips into the icing for the Dalmatian spots
 Using the chocolate icing pens draw on the Dalmatian’s ears, eyes and
Supplies needed:
 a square of 4" x 4" paper
 a pencil
 a scissors
Steps taken:
 draw a spiral on the sheet of paper
 cut out the spiral
 starting on the OUTSIDE, roll up the spiral and keep rolling until there's no paper left
Chicken Gumbo
 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
 1/2 teaspoon salt
 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
 1/4 teaspoon cayenne red pepper
 1 (3- to 4-pound) chicken, cut up
 1 tablespoon each butter and oil
 1 1/2 cups chopped onions
 1/4 cup chopped green onions
 1 cup chopped green bell peppers
 1 cup chopped celery
 1 tablespoon minced garlic
 1 pound smoked sausage, sliced
 2 quarts chicken broth
 2 bay leaves
 2 tablespoons minced fresh parsley
 Hot cooked rice
Place flour in a cast-iron skillet in a 400 degree oven until the flour turns nut-brown, stirring often.
Combine seasonings and sprinkle chicken pieces on both sides. Heat butter and oil in a heavy Dutch oven or
soup pot. Add a few chicken pieces to the pan cook over medium-high heat until brown. Turn and cook on
other side. Do not crowd the pan. Continue cooking and turning chicken until all pieces are done. Remove to a
platter and set aside. Add onions, bell peppers, celery and garlic to pan, and cook over medium heat, stirring to
loosen browned bits. Add sausage to pan and increase heat to high. Saute 5 minutes longer, until vegetables are
slightly browned and carmelized. Meanwhile, place browned flour in a medium-sized bowl. Gradually whisk
in 2 cups broth, stirring until flour is completely dissolved and no lumps remain. Add to vegetables along with
remaining 6 cups broth and bay leaves. Reduce heat and let gumbo simmer 45 minutes. Do not boil. Use a
slotted spoon to remove chicken from pot. Let cool slightly, then remove chicken from the bone and cut into
bite-sized chunks. Remove and discard bay leaf. Return chicken to pan, sprinkle with parsely and season to
taste with additional salt and pepper.
Serve over hot cooked rice.
Edible Mice Recipe (Contains Nuts)
Prep: 20 minutes * Chilling: 1 hour
Makes: 10 to 12 mice
 1 cup creamy peanut butter
 1 cup dry milk powder
 1/2 cup honey
 sliced almonds, for ears
 sprinkles, for noses
 1 cup cinnamon sugar, or 1 cup white or dark chocolate chips, for dipping (optional)
Mix the peanut butter, dry milk, and honey together in a medium mixing bowl. Roll into
small balls, about the size of a large marble, then pinch into teardrop shapes. At this point,
either leave them plain, or roll in cinnamon sugar. Press a sprinkle onto the point of the
teardrop for a nose, then insert two almond slices for ears. Make the eyes with a toothpick.
You may also press the shape of a curling tail into the back of the mouse using a toothpick.
To cover with chocolate, place the plain balls in the refrigerator for at least an hour to chill.
Line a baking sheet with wax paper. Melt the chocolate in a small bowl in the microwave,
then nestle it in a slightly larger bowl filled with hot water. Remove the mice from the fridge,
and dip them one at a time in the chocolate, allow the excess to drip off, then place them on
the wax paper. Before the chocolate sets, add the nose and ears, using a knife to make a small
hole for the ears in the chilled peanut butter, if necessary. Once the chocolate is set, gently
poke holes for eyes with a toothpick, and if you like, drizzle a little extra chocolate on the
back for a tail.
What you need:
1/2 cup sugar (or to taste)
1/2 cup water
1 1/2 cups guava juice
1/4 cup orange juice
1 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice
1/2 cup pineapple juice
1 teaspoon orange zest,
1 liter ginger ale, Chilled
1 Combine sugar and water in a saucepan and simmer 10 minutes; cool.
2 Combine juices and orange zest in a pitcher and add sugar syrup; chill.
3 Add ice and ginger ale, before serving.
Makes 16 (2 1/4 inch) squares
 6 ounces dark chocolate
 6 ounces butter
 2/3 cup flour
 1 cup sugar
 3 eggs
 pinch
of salt
1. Break the chocolate into small bits and melt it with the butter in a pot on very low heat,
stirring with a wooden spoon. Remove from heat when all is melted and blended.
2. Let cool for five minutes then mix in flour, sugar, eggs and salt, beating well after each
3. Butter and flour a 9 inch cake pan (Max uses a fluted edged pan for a pretty effect) and
pour in batter.
4. Bake at 375° F for about 20 minutes. Just the edges of the cake should be cooked through
- the center should still be a bit soft. Let cool.
This tastes great if you serve it while it is still warm.