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Communication is an important part of everyone’s life. No wonder American Heritage Girls has devoted an entire badge to it. How we communicate is ever changing. Gone are the days to slipping hand written notes into each other’s locker. The … Continue reading
The American Heritage Girls Nature & Wildlife merit badge, is a popular badge for girls. Regardless to their age. there is something about being outside and enjoy the Creator’s work that is calming. Requirement #4 of the badge has the … Continue reading
I inherited my love for quilts and quilting from my grandmother. This summer I taught the Textile Arts badge to a group of Pioneers. To go along with the class, I also made quilt block SWAPS. Each SWAP contains a … Continue reading
My niece’s love for everything Star Wars, inspired me to create these Yoda SWAPS. With the use of glow-in-the-dark paint, these SWAPS were a big hit.
I admit that I have a slight addiction to SWAPS. They are such a fun part of any multi-troop event. When searching for inspiration, I often find SWAPS that are inspired by other scouting-type organizations that do not carry over … Continue reading
I firmly believe that children of any age can help with chores. Somewhere between the age of 2 and 3 my children began working along side of me helping to take care of our home. Granted the quality of work … Continue reading
When I sat down and began researching the badge requirements for Native American Badge, I was a little frustrated. The information is usually not in one location and required a bit of digging. And even then the information was conflicting.