Each badge has a list of requirements that encourages participants to learn new skills, acquire new knowledge, take field trips, and provide service to their communities. While there are certain requirements that are mandatory to earn a badge, there are plenty of optional requirements as well to let each participant focus on aspects of the topic that interest them.
No. Our badges are 1.25″ button style pins or magnets. No sewing required.
Upon completion of badge requirements, you may either use the free printable certificates located in the Resource section or purchase physical badges in the form of pins or magnets through our store.
If you are using the program for homeschool or family enrichment, the parent decides when requirements are complete. If you are participating in a class or club, the teacher or club leader would decide when requirements have been completed to their satisfaction.
Peanut butter has been a staple food item for the American people for more than 100 years. Peanut butter recipes can be found for everything from simple PB&J sandwiches to
Waffle Day! March 25 is International Waffle Day so what better badge to earn this week than Waffles! Originating in Sweden, international waffle day encourages the consumption of all things waffled.