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Junior Animal Habitat Badge in a Bag®

Product Number: MF-2395

Bulk Packed for 6It’s all fun and games while you learn about wild animals and their habitats.

 

This is a great badge in a bag to combine with a trip to a local zoo or nature center. If your troop can’t get out, we’ve made this an easy badge to earn during your meetings. Either way, you can print our  word search fact pages and your girls will learn about some fun animals and their habitats. See our blog post for more information about our Animal Habitat Badge in a Bag®.

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Description

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Complete the five requirements for the Junior Animal Habitats badge.

  1. animal-habitatsAssemble and Paint a Birdhouse (Wooden Birdhouse Kit)
  2. Make a Snow Globe (Mini Penguins, Plastic Container)
  3. Play a Game About Wild Animal Safety (Printed Cards, Cut-out Animals, Foam Dice)
  4. Help a Bird Make a Nest (Coil, Foam Piece)
  5. Animal Worksheet

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Additional information

Weight2.25 lbs
Dimensions1 x 1 x 1 in
Item Number

MF-2395

4 reviews for "Junior Animal Habitat Badge in a Bag®"

  1. Rated 3 out of 5

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    Missing lids to all the snow globes so we did got get to make use of those.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

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    This package was was a great way to get badge work done. It came with everything you need for each step with the exception of things like glue.It arrived quickly and in good shape. I will definately try other packages for badges and journeys.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

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    These are fun activities and educational!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

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    Very cute and easy kit. The girls LOVED the crafts! I’d advise gluing the birdhouses together ahead of time, so the glue has time to dry (also, we had a bit of a struggle getting a few of the tabs to fit into their slots). Also, pre-assemble the little springy things. They didn’t want to stay glued to the foam pad, so I held them down with a needle and button hole thread – a couple of stitches each side did the trick. We also used white Sculpey brand clay to fasten the penguins down for the snowglobe (must be this kind of clay). The animal info/word search sheets were great.

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