Ideas to engage girl scouts as they learn what it means to respect authority and earn their magenta daisy petal
Camping with your Girl Scout troop builds memories and helps girls grow into leaders who love the outdoors. Teach girls how to plan their own trip.
Coaching youth baseball is not as easy as it may seem. You can find yourself in a lot of bad situations if you are not well prepared. This article brings to light common problems first-time youth baseball coaches (including myself) have faced and how to avoid them.
When should you start your child in an extracurricular activity? How do you know which one to pick? We'll outline some of the signs your child is ready, and how to determine what activity to start.
A swap is a small handmade craft that scouts exchange with each other. Usually handmade, they include a pin for storage and often include information about the givers troop or location.
If you need ideas for a great icebreaker for your youth group, look no further than this list. You'll find 16 that are good for all group sizes and ages and are sure to get your group together in no time.
Little league baseball coaches, here are a few fielding drills to keep your baseball practice plans fun and productive along with some tips on arm soreness and field prep.
When you consider drama clubs and classes for children, what conclusions do you draw? Do you think of a room full of confident, extrovert young people with ruthless ambitions for Hollywood or television? Has your own child expressed an interest in...
A full Blue and Gold ceremony script and program to have an exciting Cub Scout Star Wars banquet and crossing-over event.
How to plan a Girl Scouts World Thinking Day event with your troop or Service Unit without too much stress.
Parents and other adults involved in Little League baseball should consider and adhere to a code of conduct that keeps the game positive and educational for all children involved. If your child plays baseball, here is what to expect.
Do you have a school-aged kiddo that is ready for some after-school activities? Trying to decide which one is the right fit can be tricky, but it doesn’t have to be stressful if you can keep in mind a few criteria to help you find the right activity.
Is it unfair for coaches to bench children who try their best but perform poorly? Would it be unfair for a coach to lose that position if they try unsuccessfully to train a child to perform well? What happens to a child's psyche when they are sidelined more than their teammates?