Our family loves the Junior Ranger program! When our collection started to grow, I brainstormed some different ways for how to keep them organized and show them off. I’m saving you the trouble of digging around and sharing a roundup of 10+ junior ranger badge display ideas!
Here are some fun national parks books for junior rangers; if you’re taking a trip soon, check out my list of national park books for kids that is organized by each park, too!
- The National Parks Coloring Book
- Passport To Your National Parks® Junior Ranger Edition
- Junior Ranger Activity Book
- If I Were a Park Ranger
10+ junior ranger badge display ideas!
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- 10+ national parks board game options
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- Check out all our national park trips here!
Jamie Lynn from a National Parks facebook group, generously let me share this photo of her kiddo’s badges all on a vest! You can buy ones like that in National Park gift shops, or something similar online here.
Jeff Bowen from a National Parks facebook group let me share this fun, find the tutorial on I’m feelin crafty.
Sharon Plyler from a National Parks facebook group used a tea towel perfect for displaying her kid’s junior ranger badges.
Another fabric example from Sybil on Instagram.
You can make a felt pennant with pretty writing thanks to a Cricut, Create Craft Love shares the full tutorial!
You can pin them to a fun hat, protecting kiddos from the sun and showing off their accomplishments, like Currently Wandering.
Lauren, who blogs at Lim By Lim, put her kids’ on Christmas stockings, aren’t they cute! Follow her on Instagram here.
It’s a great idea to pin them all to a bag kids can use, like Deborah from Whipstitch did.
A national park arrowhead shadow box display, from Shadowboxing by Jason.
Victoria Payan gave me permission to share her photo of putting them on a wreath after I saw it in a homeschooling group, isn’t this a festive idea!
I like how clean and modern this fabric wall hanging is, from Be Cosmic Studio.
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