Your kid may not be in Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts or the National Honor Society. But I still love this new take on old school merit badges by The Honor Society. It’s simply a collection of badges that encourage kids to do good, be good, and live good lives that you dole out as you see fit.
In other words, merit badges can be a way to reward all that do-gooding your kids will be doing this summer, especially for those of you who want an alternative to screen time as a reward.
Let’s face it, mastering the art of life at any age is no small feat. So the thing I think I love most about these merit badges is how they help to encourage traits like Bravery, Honesty, Kindness, Resourcefulness.
These are skills that go beyond one-time assignments; they’re inspirations! They tell our kids that they can be our own personal heroes as they change the world, one good deed at a time. And that’s a powerful thing.
The collection merit badges from The Honor Society retail for just $7 and are sold exclusively at Perfectly Smitten.