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Stunning little Rainbows keyring.Suitable for age three and over.Size: 8cm ..
This colourful hairband with the Rainbow Arc makes a great gift for any Rainbow...
A Rainbow Guide is a member of a section of some Guiding organisations who is between the ages of 5 and 7 in England, Scotland or Wales. In Northern Ireland the age range is between 4 and 7 years old. Exact age limits are slightly different in each organisation. It is the female-centred equivalent of the Beaver Scouts.
In the United States, the equivalent is a Daisy Girl Scout; in Canada, the equivalent is a Spark. There is also the Gumnut guide in Australia.
The current uniform consists of a blue and red T-shirt with the Rainbow emblem on it. There are many uniform choices such as tracksuit bottoms, skirt and cycling shorts, which the girls are encouraged to pick themselves. All items come in the Rainbow colours of light blue and red. Tabards used to be and can still be worn, as part of the uniform. They are now however not as popular as they once were. The uniform, which is currently worn, came in 2004. Only colours of tabards available to buy now are Purple and Red. Colours of Tabards were: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple. Units could choose which colour they wanted, but it made sense to all wear the same. In the UK, Rainbows started in 1987 with Lynsey Hickling being the first in the UK.
The Rainbow promise is a shortened version of that of the Brownie and Girl Guides, to accommodate their young age. The promise is:
"I promise that I will do my best;To love my Godand to be kind and helpful."
Rainbows meet approximately once a week during termtime, with some appropriate day trips. They will normally complete two Roundabouts during their time at Rainbows, composed of Laugh, Learn, Look, and Love sections
There is a simple song with hand gestures to accompany the jigsaw feature. There are four versions of the song, each version has a different final three lines, but the tune is the same and the first verse remains unchanged. The four versions are for:
This version is for the beginning of a meeting:
"Look at the world around you,Learn everything you can,Laugh as you go along,Love this world of ours.Look, learn, laugh, loveRainbows has begun,We're all here now,Come and join the fun."
At the end of a meeting the last three lines are replaced with:
"We've had lots of fun,Bye bye Rainbows,Goodnight everyone."
At a Promise Party the last three lines are replaced with:
"Promise time has come,I will love my Godand help everyone."
This version reflects aspects of the promise itself and it helpful in reminding Rainbows of their duty.
The final version at a Pot of Gold Party is often sung for the rest of the unit by only those who are leaving for Brownies and this versions final three lines are:
"Now the jigsaw is done,New adventures,Brownies here I/we come!"