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Have you noticed a space theme in my most recent merit badge help posts? I am learning a ton in preparing for the summer camp badge classes. While in the back of my mind, I have known that many of … Continue reading
Are you ready to blast off into some summer fun? Here is a great rocket snack we made to with a group of Tenderhearts earning the Living & Working in Space merit badge.
Our theme for this year’s AHG Summer camp is centered around launching a new era for the camp. We will be launching many things during the week including rockets. The girls attending camp will have the opportunity to complete the … Continue reading
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
I love growing fresh herbs in my kitchen window. Herbs are one of the few plants I have been able to grow successfully. They are available all year-long and even if I manage to kill the plants (which happens more … Continue reading
I’m sure you have heard the story of Ruth Wakefield, who accidentally “invented” chocolate chips cookies one day when she was making a batch of cookies and did not have any bakers chocolate. Without her we would not have Toll … 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.