We’ve got 25 exciting Paw Print activity packs to help you to get Growing Up Wild. You can take your pick from the list of suggested ideas in each Paw Print, which may have come from existing resources or choose your own activity. Remember that Growing Up Wild is designed to get our girls outdoors and into their natural environment – so discuss with your girls to decide how many activities they’d like to do! Don’t forget the badges can be achieved by participating in any activity, so check out all the Paw Prints below.
If you are a member of Girlguiding LaSER please contact your County Badge Secretary to place your order. Only your County Badge Secretary can purchase your Growing Up Wild badges for you; please download your badge order form here. If you belong to a different Girlguiding Country and Region, please click here to place your order.
Please note that badges must be ordered batches of 25 e.g 25, 50, 75, 100 etc.
With the colder weather coming up get your unit #GrowingUpWild with our latest Paw Print. There’s plenty to explore in the autumn months, find out all about it here.
In this activity we want you to consider how best to save our wonderful world for the next generations by doing what we can to encourage plant growth, protect animals and discourage waste.
In this activity we want you to develop the skills needed to enjoy living in the great outdoors and being prepared for any emergency.
In this activity we want you to explore the outdoors whilst travelling using an unusual method e.g. on a scooter/ on your hands, on stilts, back to back or back to back to any other way you can think of! Also, we want you to visit different traditional outdoor festivals.
In this activity we want you to get closer to animals that are new to you. We want you to find out how they live, what they eat and what we can do to protect and care for them.
In this activity we want you to enjoy growing your own plants to eat or to cheer up a place or person. Some of these activities may take a while to complete but the end results will be worth it!
In this activity we want you to move around doing these activities by hopping, skipping or jumping!
In this activity we want you to explore the different variety of textures and shapes occurring naturally in the great outdoors.
In this activity we want you to explore all the different types of sounds in nature that you hear when you are outside, including those which really need to be listened for.
In this activity we want you to have fun outdoors in the snow and ice having made sure that you are prepared for the cold weather by being suitably dressed!
In this activity we want you to have great fun using your gardens which can be attached to your unit meeting place, community home or one of your unit members’ garden.
In this activity we want you to enjoy being outdoors in cold, wintery weather making sure that you are well prepared, dressed, equipped and safe for winter weather.
In this activity we want you to enjoy being outdoors close to rivers or canals and explore these natural / manmade environments.
In this activity we want you to get out and about in the summer months. Don’t forget your sun hat, sun cream and plenty of water to drink.
In this activity we want you to explore a local town or city and find as much natural life as possible.
In this activity we want you to investigate different outdoor homes and who might live in them.
In this activity we want you to find out more about birds, where they live and what they eat.
In this activity we want you to explore and discover your local or ancient woods and all the animals, insects and plants that live in them.
In this activity we want you to explore what you can do in the event of any emergency and how to keep yourself and others safe.
In this activity we want you to explore farms and open spaces where animals live, crops grow and scarecrows scare!
In this activity we want you to enjoy being out in the spring after the long winter nights. Breathe in the fresh air and watch the flowers bloom.
In this activity we want you to enjoy the bounty and colours that autumn has to offer. Watch the leaves fall and temperatures drop as the season move from summer to winter.
In this activity we want you to enjoy what the seaside has to offer – smell the salty air, paddle at the water’s edge or collect sea shells.
In this activity we want you to develop your love and knowledge about the small creatures that keep our world going.
In this activity we want you to get your hands dirty and have great fun getting messy exploring all the possibilities of playing and using mud!
To order the Paw Print badges please contact your County Badge Secretary.
Generic Growing Up Wild badge
The badge does not require specific activities like others in the syllabus, and would be suited to Counties seeking their own Growing Up Wild badge for County Days or Growing Up Wild events. To order this please contact the Region Office on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Badge Secretaries: To order the Paw Print badge please contact Region Office on email@example.com.