Chore Chart Challenge PDF

Updated Mar 21, 2022

It's time to challenge your child so she can learn to be self-sufficient and to help at home. Use the Chore Chart Challenge to for a week to earn the Chore Chart Challenge patch and show that your girl has the skills necessary to take care of herself.

Christy Bindhardt

My name is Christy Bindhardt and I'm the Brown Owl for the 1st Almonte Brownies. Our unit is usually about 20 girls strong and we have accomplished several challenges over the years like the Brownie Challenge, the 100 Years Badges and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Our town is just outside Ottawa and it is the home of James Naismith the inventor of basketball, and Puppets Up our annual international puppet festival.

I started as a Brownie in the 1960's but it wasn't until I had a daughter join Girl Guides that I became really involved. I have been Brown Owl now for 5 years and am a little old fashioned. There are many great badges in guiding but I wanted the 1st Almonte Brownies to be a bit more self sufficient. They have been doing the Chore Chart Challenge for the past 4 years and we have all learned alot. Every year I take the time to show them a few simple and helpful things that seem to have slipped away since I was a girl like how to set a table or how to make a bed. After all Brownies "Lend a Hand" at home as well as everywhere else.

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