Tonight I found myself in a parent meeting for first year swim parents. This is actually my daughter’s second year, but the swim team she was on last year did not have parent meetings, so I wanted to see what I could learn. I was impressed. If our...
I'm sharing with you some activity ideas to help girls earn their Daisy petal for "Honest and Fair," including games, crafts, trips, and songs.
Have you ever wondered what Youth Theatre is really doing for young people? In this hub I have researched its benefits and laid them out in as clear a way as possible.
Learn how to organize a Girl Scout wide game. A fun wide game for any event, but an especially good game event to celebrate Juliette Low's birthday.
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.
Ideas to engage girl scouts as they learn what it means to respect authority and earn their magenta daisy petal
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.
Little League is a great way for our youth to participate in an organized sport and make new friends. Communication is a big part of baseball and signs are used to tell players what to do.
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.
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.
How to plan a Girl Scouts World Thinking Day event with your troop or Service Unit without too much stress.
A bridging ceremony in Girl Scouts symbolizes moving to another level of Scouting. Daisies to Brownies, Brownies to Juniors, Juniors to Cadettes . . . .
Nine children out of ten could succeed in learning how to play a music instrument if they chose an instrument that suits their personality.