Here's a chance to colour Agnes Baden-Powell, an inspiring lady who started the Girl Guides. This colouring page could be done in conjunction with those for Robert and Agnes Baden-Powell.
Agnes Baden-Powell was Robert Baden-Powell's sister. She was a very accomplished and educated woman, and was an excellent musician, a collector of birds, butterflies and bees, and an admired cook and housekeeper. She also had knowledge of eleven languages, cycled, swum and skated, and stitched - and then went up in - hot air balloons! She even helped one of her brothers build aeroplanes. But of course she is best known for establishing, at her brother's request, the female equivalent of Baden-Powell's Boy Scouts, the Girl Guides.
In 1912 she became President of the Girl Guide Association, and she published the first Girl Guide handbook, "The Handbook for the Girl Guides or How Girls Can Help to Build Up the Empire", in the same year. In 1916, when her sister-in-law Olave became Chief Guide, Agnes became President.
"Girls must be partners and comrades, rather than dolls."
Notebooking is a neat way to record facts on a topic. This page features Agnes Baden-Powell, the founder of the Guide movement. There are two versions; one with space for writing and drawing, and one with just lines.
Agnes Baden-Powell started the Guides over 100 years ago. This colour poster would look great on the wall in your Guide or Brownie hall.
Write a story about Agnes Baden-Powell on this special lined paper (one version with handwriting lines). She started the Guides and had lots of interesting skills!
Answer the questions on this worksheet and you'll be on your way to knowing a lot about Agnes Baden-Powell. Print the black and white version and you have a picture to colour in too!
Here's a writing page on Agnes Baden-Powell who started the Guides. There's plenty of room to write about her and a picture to colour in. If you don't fancy colouring today, print the colour version where it's already done for you!