The kids have been collecting Junior Ranger badges at every National Park we visit if we have time to work on them. Â If we are just passing through, it is hard to complete the work needed properly.
In order for the children to earn their Junior Ranger badges, there are different activities to complete in a workbook. Â The younger you are, the easier to earn a badge, though Megan tried to do everything in her book. They also needed to interview a ranger and attend a ranger led activity. They wereÂ able to finish both projects the first day, though it took longer to finish their books.
They also had the opportunity to earn centennial Junior Ranger Badges. There was a separate book with different activities. Â The kids enjoyed working on that book also.
All of the children earned Junior Ranger patches and their centennial Junior Ranger Badges.