In MISSION: SISTERHOOD! Seniors widen their networks and ignite the energy of sisterhood to create real change in the world. As Seniors expand their friendship borders, they boost their own confidence and make the most of their leadership skills.
How to Make Friends Easily if You're a Teen
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002) - a good movie about sisterhood
Film, Chick Flicks, Books, Sandra Bullock, Mothers, Divin Secret, Ashley Judd, Favorit Movi, Yaya Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005) - Good movie representing a sisterhood
Jean, Film, Chick Flicks, Memori, Blake Lively, Sisterhood, Travel Pant, Favorit Movi, Book Series
TLC "How to Host a Tea Party"
Tea Time, Tea Parti, Girlscout, Afternoon Tea
HowStuffWorks "How to Host a Tea Party"
Good tips for Seniors earning their Traveler badge. If they've got the travel bug and are doing the GIRLtopia or Mission: Sisterhood programs, they could develop workshops, videos or web sites to tell other girls how travel helps them become global citizens and to offer useful tips, too!
Travel Packing, Packing Lists, Suitcases, Travel Tips, Pack A Suitcase, Travel Bugs, Business Travel, Traveling Tips, Packing Tips
7 Ways to Create and Deliver Online Quizzes — great info for Seniors earning their Website Designer badge. Once they've learned that skill, they can use it to create web sites to educate and inspire others on topics related to the GIRLtopia, Sow What? and Mission: Sisterhood programs (and educating/inspiring others = a Take Action project!)
Reach for the stars- kids can write their goals on their hand at the start of the year.
Start Of School Year Ideas, Star Classroom, Classroom Stars, Bulletin Board, Kids At Hope, Start Of The Year, Hopes And Dreams Classroom, School Banners, Reach For The Stars
Amazing video about how to help children explore the world through unscripted, hands-on, meaningful learning. Check out the section from 6:45 to the end -- there's a wonderful example of how community resources could be pulled together to support Cadettes doing the Breathe program. (Of course, the example could be used for any grade level and any topic -- say, Juniors and the Get Moving program.) So inspiring.
Amazing video about how to help children explore the world through unscripted, hands-on, meaningful learning. Check out the section from 6:45 to the end -- there's a wonderful example of how community resources could be pulled together to support Cadettes doing the Breathe program. (Of course, the example could be used for any grade level and any topic. Seniors doing the Mission: Sisterhood program might love the chance to create this experience for younger girls as a Take Action project.)
Wonder Exampl, Children Explor, Girl Scout
Journeys: Seniors: MISSION: SISTERHOOD!