These can be used for year-long academic goals, and/or for an end-of-the-year camping or outdoor theme! You decide how students earn each badge.
Here are the year-long goals I use for my 4th graders:
Reading: complete 40-Book Challenge
Writing: submit a story to the Imagination Machine writing contest
Spelling: master the 100 Most Frequently Used/Misspelled Words list
Math: pass timed test on all multiplication and division facts
Science: complete a Science Fair project
Social Studies: complete a mission project
Art: submit a project to the PTA Reflections contest or enter an art contest (school yearbook cover, local Waste Management calendar contest, etc.)
P.E.: run a mile in under 10 minutes (preparation for 5th grade Physical Fitness Test)
I like having some goals that all students will complete (everyone will do a mission project, for instance) and then some goals that require extra effort.
Print as many as you need of each badge. You might need to choose "shrink oversized pages" when printing if your print margins aren't the same as mine--this will ensure that the edges aren't cut off. I recommend printing on card stock, laminating them, and then cutting them out.
To display, I hang an award ribbon-shaped strip of paper for each student (see this photo for an example: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/92/ee/ce/92eecee27d481184a6c70ae27b6ef2d6.jpg) on a bulletin board and add badges as students earn them.