Knife Skills PatchQuick View
Check your council for safety wise while working with knives. Remember that progression is important. Remember that scissors were introduced in stages, too. Girls of all ages should know knives are tools, not toys. Start younger girls off with blunt knives and simple tasks. Save pocket knives for last after girls have mastered knives that don’t also bend and fold. When your girls have demonstrated their knowledge of knife safety and have completed their first project, our patch will show they’ve mastered a new skill.
Leave No Trace Patch ProgramQuick View
Leave No Trace. It’s an important part of any Scout outing. Remind your girls before leaving any place they go that there should be no trace that they were there. That means carting out all supplies and garbage and inspecting to make sure nothing is left behind or in disrepair. This patch from MakingFriends®.com reminds your girls and others to remember this important part of being a Scout.
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