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Have all girls write something nice about that girl on the board.  Take a picture and give it to her to keep ~ create unity and boost self image. Cool spotlighting idea.

Youth Activities

If you are needing an activity that will be a hit with the 16-18 year olds...try speed- dating. Our church youth were invited by another group to do this last fall and we had so much fun we decided to do it again with 2 different groups. It takes some planning to find a group that can have both their young men and women participate. I think it adds to the mystery and fun if you can find another high school area to include. You also want to have about the same YM and YW. I teamed up with my…

Want to inspire your daughter? Read these real stories of women who were brave enough to stand up and make a difference. Books About Women Who Changed History. * I've included this here for those of you who are mothers, grandmothers or aunts who may want to share these histories with the young ones in your life.

Books About Women Who Changed History - No Time For Flash Cards

Books about women who changed history by standing up, demanding change, and following their heart and gut.

Inspirational Quotes: Little girls with dreams become women with vision.

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Compelling. Inspirational. Visionary.

Mother/Daughter Self-esteem Craft Activity Idea | Tween Craft Ideas for Mom and Daughter

Mother/Daughter Self-esteem Craft Activity Idea

How do you instill a strong sense of self-esteem in your daughter? As a mother, how do you help her love and recognize all of her good qualities? Dove® and Jess Weiner have teamed up to create a self-esteem toolkit that can help. They want to help encourage the girls in your life to embrace their own unique beauty. The interactive website helps you choose from a variety of activities based on age, your role (i.e. mother, teacher, mentor), number of girls, and what self-esteem topic to focus…

i made these 'patch bouquets' for our court of awards a few years ago. they turned out so cute!

i made these 'patch bouquets' for our court of awards a few years ago. they turned out so cute!

Respect ball. Make it into a game. Roll the ball to each girl, where it lands, have the girl read the line and discuss what it means. Great for Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout troops :)

Respect ball. Make it into a game. Roll the ball to each girl, where it lands, have the girl read the line and discuss what it means. Great for Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout troops :)

Thumbprint self portrait art project - cool art projects for kids

Cool Art Project for Kids: Thumbprint Self Portrait • Craftwhack

thumbprint self portrait- cool art project for kids

Don't judge a hero by the size of his cape. *Love*

10 Teenage Girls Who Have Changed the World

10 Teenage Girls Who Have Changed The World

Teen girls get a bad rap as either screaming fangirls or emotional messes. That's not entirely fair.

"Our words can have a huge impact. Isn't it time we told her she's pretty brilliant too? Encourage her love of science and technology and inspire her to change the world." -- Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code.
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Inspire Her Mind - Verizon Commercial

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This year Malala celebrates her 17th birthday by traveling to Nigeria to honor the missing girls, and to encourage the government to do more to get them back home.  “We cannot sit on the sidelines and let this continue,” she says. “Each of us is responsible. We cannot rest until we have justice and freedom for every girl and every boy.”

This year Malala celebrates her 17th birthday by traveling to Nigeria to honor the missing girls, and to encourage the government to do more to get them back home. “We cannot sit on the sidelines and let this continue,” she says. “Each of us is responsible. We cannot rest until we have justice and freedom for every girl and every boy.”

"Anything's possible if you've got enough nerve." - J.K. Rowling

"Anything's possible if you've got enough nerve." - J.K. Rowling

Kudos to basketball great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for speaking up about the importance of stamping out misogyny in sports. Read more in Kareem's own words via TIME. #quote #inspiration #YesAllWomen #basketball

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: We Need to Stamp Out Misogyny in Sports

Kudos to basketball great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for speaking up about the importance of stamping out misogyny in sports. Read more in Kareem's own words via TIME. #quote #inspiration #YesAllWomen #basketball

Erica Guzman, 18, of Parkville, holds some books in the library that she created for her Girl Scout Gold Star project at ReStart, 918 E. 9th Street, on Thursday, June 26, 2014, in Kansas City, Missouri. the Girl Scout Gold Award, the female equivalent of the Eagle Scout award.

These Girl Scouts truly are golden

Erica Guzman, 18, of Parkville, holds some books in the library that she created for her Girl Scout Gold Star project at ReStart, 918 E. 9th Street, on Thursday, June 26, 2014, in Kansas City, Missouri. the Girl Scout Gold Award, the female equivalent of the Eagle Scout award.