One of the appeals that American Heritage Girls has to many families is the progression of the program. A girl can earn the same badge three times – once as a Tenderheart, once as an Explorer and once as a Pioneer / Patriot. At each level the requirements change and become more challenging while becoming age appropriate.
Lily just earned the World Heritage badge for the third time. Each time she chose a different three different countries to study. Families with multiple children also find this to be an advantage. The entire family can work on the same badge – the older girls can help teach the younger children. This also make World Heritage a great badge to be earned at a local AHG day camp.
Regardless to which level you earn this badge at, you still need to be able to locate the countries you study on a map. I found a free map that will be beneficial to all levels working on World Heritage.
To use the file click on the image above and download the pdf or click here. The file contains three maps, one for each level. I hope you find this helpful.
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