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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.
Last week I shared a printout to aid Pioneers and Patriots in tracking the chores they did to complete Family Helper requirement #12, so I thought it would only be fitting for me to help the Explorers as well. Don’t … Continue reading
Are you excited that school is out? Summer is a great time for girls to work on merit badges. With less responsibilities at school, they have more time to devote to other things. The Family Helper merit badge is a … Continue reading
When we lived in Florida we had a pair of geese that nested in our yard every spring. “Our” pair of geese have returned to the same nesting spot for at least 3 years.
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 … Continue reading
The first badge that my Pioneers have chosen to work on this year is the Outdoor Skills badge. Requirement 19 helps the girls learn axe / hatchet safety along with the parts of the tools. This past week we began … Continue reading