Vintage UK 1970s - 80s BROWNIE Girl Guide UNIFORM + HAT TIE & BELT- ebay I had this uniform!!! I joined in 1988 when the badges on the right side of the uniform were updated- but the older girls all had this version of the 'venture' and 'roadway' badges. Ah, the nostalgia!
The six heraldic badges/personal emblems, of the wives of Henry VIII. Left to right: Katharine of Aragon: a crowned pomangranate, native of Spain and symbol of fertility. Anne Boleyn: a crowned falcon, the Boleyn falcon. Jane Seymour: a crowned phoenix, mythical creature representing immortality. Anne of Cleves: the badge of Cleves. Kathryn Howard: the Tudor rose. Catherine Parr: a Tudor rose sprouting a crowned maiden. (flickr)
I feel like the artistic achievements of Slytherins have never been properly acknowledged. Its all ‘dark wizard’ this and 'rampaging basilisk’ that. What about the badge making, the sarcastic poetry, the designer bathrooms? I reckon Slytherins are...
Growth Mindset Coupons/BadgesI use these badges with my students to praise them when they display a growth mindset. I give each student a page of the badges and I have them observe their classmates. Then I have designated badge times where Ill give the opportunity for them to give out badges (if you let them give them out whenever they want it becomes a distraction).
Keep your filthy paws off my silky drawers! Be as badass as Rizzo and ward off creepy guys with this feminist enamel pin, inspired by the movie and musical Grease. The badge measures approximately 3 x 1.7cm. It fastens with a black rubber clutch and has gold coloured plating.