Allergy Awareness PatchQuick View
Food allergies can be quite serious. Your troop can learn about, and help spread awareness about, the seriousness of food allergies with their community. Scouts of every age can learn the importance of not trading or sharing foods without knowing if someone has food allergies and what is in the food they want to share. Remind them to ask an adult if they aren’t sure. This patch from MakingFriends®.com on their vest to help get the conversation started with others.
Aquarium Patch (Fish)Quick View
The Aquarium Fun patch from MakingFriends®.com is a great way to remember a trip to the aquarium where you learn about the great water world around us and how to take care of it.
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Autism Awareness PatchQuick View
Just like each person is unique, each person with autism is also unique. Help your troop to understand that those with autism might communicate in different ways. They have special gifts and talents just like each of the members of their troop. Remind them that kids with autism like birthdays, playing and having friends. Someone with autism might need extra compassion and more people to take the time be their friend. Reach out to your local Autism Society chapter to see if you can arrange for a guest speaker, video or literature to help your troop learn more. The Autism Awareness patch from MakingFriends®.com makes a great addition to any scout uniform and might even give your scouts an opening to share what they’ve learned with others.