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Tag Archives: AHG
Since today is US Bowling League Day, I thought it would be only fitting to look at the the Bowling Sports Pin. Requirement #2, has the girl research a famous female professional bowler.
As I shared previously, our PiPa unit has just finished the Bible Basics merit badge. To complete requirement #21 we examined the life of Priscilla. Priscilla and her husband, Aquila, appear seven times in the New Testament. They were not … Continue reading
Our PiPas have been meeting virtually during the Covid pandemic. We have recently completed the Bible Basics badge. The hardest part of this badge when meeting virtually is requirement #17. Since this is not an optional there is no way … Continue reading
Last week I shared the changes we made to my daughter’s room. It was a great time for us to be able to finish the Home Decorating Merit Badge. Here is a peek at the window treatment she made to … Continue reading
To go with my daughters new quilt, and to help finish the Home Decorating Merit Badge, she created this bulletin board. Requirement #20 of the Home Decorating Merit Badge has you upcycle an item for your room.
Are you confused by all of the philatelic vocabulary associated with the Special Delivery Merit Badge? Have no fear the internet is here!!!
Since I seem to be on a roll, I thought I would continue my series on the Special Delivery merit badge and look at what to do with the stamps that you have started to collect. Should you hinge or … Continue reading
Stamp collecting can be a great way to study modern history. By researching the people and places and things idolized on a stamp you can tell what is important to people throughout different decades. But did you know that stamp … Continue reading
Today I thought I would continue sharing a few resources I have for the Special Delivery Merit Badge. The first stamp ever created is known as a “Penny Black”. Issued in 1840 in England under the reign of Queen Victoria. … Continue reading