The first section of this Journey is all about the individual girl. The lesson here is the power each person has to make things happen.
Ideas to engage girls as they learn to be considerate and caring.
Having a parent meeting before you meet with the girls can make your year run smoother. Making sure the parents know what is expected of them and their daughters helps everyone. Knowing who can help you and how, helps you run stronger meetings.
The youth group at your church may have grown stale. This detailed list of fun activities will help to freshen it up again.
On September 1st, the Boy Scouts of America start their popcorn fundraiser. Popcorn is available from scouts selling door-to-door, in front of stores, and online. Support the scouts today.
This is an explanation of how to play a very fast-paced and entertaining gym game for youth. It's a play off of the familiar game of dodgeball, but is infinitely better and keeps kids busy, having fun, and wanting more.
One of my favorite parts of Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts were the hikes. Our Cub Scout program hiked every month and we tallied the number of miles for each scout and parent.
How to set up a little league baseball field. The measurements, tools of the trade and a couple of tips on how to do it quickly.
What are the alternatives to the Girl Scouts? This article provides a synopsis of several programs that rival the Girl Scouts along with links to them.
Agent of Change is the first Journey I did with my girls. I do like the lessons it wants to teach and that is why I chose it as the first one to write about. This HUB is an overview of that Journey.