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Scout Programs for Girls

Looking for a Unique Scout Idea for Girls?

 

Select one or more of our Girls Empowered workshops & schedule us to come to your next troop meeting or come to the Kids Empowered Coaching and Counseling Office.

 

SCOUT NIGHT OUT

Friday, March 24, 2017

Daisies:  The Do’s and Don’t of Being True Friend and Friendly Classmate    #9609  Girls will learn how to  be a true friend and what to do when someone says, “You can’t play.” Or “You are not my friend.”  Girls will learn what to do when they have a bossy friend.  They will make a craft and do role plays and play fitness games.

 

Brownies:  Friendship Rules with Rules #9610  Girls will learn how to set boundaries with friends and what to say when a friend says “I am not your friend.” They will learn the do’s and don’ts about secrets, telling your friends what others say about them, and how to handle sticky situations with friends.  They will make a friendship rules poster and do role plays.  Girls will play fitness games.

 

Jr. Girl Scouts:  Assertiveness Mini Boot Camp    #9611

Girls will learn one of the most important life skills there is—being assertive.  Girls will learn to be assertive in sticky situations with friends and classmates, how to handle problems and work through conflict.  They will learn words to say, their voice should sound and confident body language.  Girls will do a craft activity and do role plays.  Girls will play fitness games.

 

Parent Workshop:  Girl’s World of Friendship   #9612

This is optional for parents while girls are in Scout Nite Out.  Parents learn how to help their children deal with friends who are hot and cold, how to work out misunderstandings between friends, how to strengthen bonds between friends and how to be a friendly classmate.

 

Leaders in Training: Teen girls ages 12-16 will help with the evening and get the benefit of the lesson too!  #9689

 

BPS Residents/Non-Resident:  $30/$35  Time:  6-9pm

Sign-In Starts at 5:30pm   Optional Parent Program: 6:30-8:45pm

Location: Beverly Elementary, 18305 Beverly Rd, Beverly Hills, MI 48025

 

Register at www.communityed.net or call 248-203-3800

 

 

 

SELF ESTEEM and CONFIDENCE WORKSHOPS:

 

THE BUBBLE! (all ages) Being you is one of the biggest challenges   each of us face in life.  Girls learn about their own   personal power and how they own the beliefs they hold about themselves. They   learn how they give their power away when they let others make them feel bad   about themselves, are mean to others because someone was mean to them, make   decisions that are not right for them, let others walk all over them, and give into peer pressure.  Painted craft activity!

 

GIRL POWER in a BOX  (ages 7+) Having positive self-talk and thoughts are   critical to having a healthy self-esteem.  Girls will learn the power of   self-talk, affirmations and make an affirmation box.

 

 

FLOWER POWER (ages 7-10 yrs) Girls learn about all the things they need to   grow into a healthy happy girl. Discussion centers around self-esteem,   nutrition, physical activity, hobbies, friends and family. Poster activity.

 

 

CREATE A DREAM PILLOW: (ages 8+) Girls learn why self-esteem and confidence are necessary to go after the dreams you have for your life. Girls make a heart stuffed pillow. Time: 1 ½ hrs   $20 per girl

 

Yoga/Self-esteem workshop (age 8+ Yoga class & craft) Girls sew a fun eye pillow to use in yoga   sessions. Discussion is about how to become the person you want. Girls are   led through visualization during yoga to help them see how they can create   positive, confident feelings in their life Time: 1 ½ hours for $20 per   girl Parent/daughter workshop $30 per pair


FRIENDSHIP & DEALING WITH UNFRIENDLY BEHAVIOR

FRIENDSHIP Rules with rules!- (ages 6-9): Today kids treat friendship with a hot and cold attitude. “I’ll be your

friend if….” is a common threat made to manipulate friends into doing things you want them to do. This workshop  will teach girls how to come up with “fair” rules between friends that foster healthy friendship characteristics:

trust worthy, dependable, loyal, kind, and fair. Girls have fun making a “Friendship Rules” craft.

 

UNFRIENDLY FRIENDS (7+) Helping our girls understand & learn strategies for dealing with situations when

friends don't always act like friends. We will explore "hot and cold" friend behavior, relational aggression, hurtful

actions from friends, as well as friends who suddenly don't want to "be friends” anymore. This workshop will help

girls understand how to navigate the tricky world of friendship, in particular the confusion girls face when

experiencing when inconsistent treatment friends.  Mother/daughter workshop available.

 

FRIEND OR FOE (6+) This workshop is all about the “Do’s” and “Don’ts” of friendship. The girls will make a Friend

or Foe Kit to represent the “dos and don’ts” and learn how true friends treat each other.

  

 

 

DEALING WITH MEAN KID BEHAVIOR AND BULLYING

 

STOP THE MEANNESS, SPREAD THE KINDNESS  (6+)  The girls make a Stop the Meanness, Spread the

Kindness Poster which is a visual to show girls the different roles kids play including Queen Bee, Meanie   Kid,

Bystander, Doormat and the Empowered Girl.  This activity will show girls how when the bystander speaks up the

meanness goes down.  Mother/daughter workshops are available.

 

BULLY PROOF ME (7+) Learning how to avoid getting into a bullying situation is   critical.  Girls make a poster activity to

show them strategies and ways they can bully   proof themselves. This activity covers how to be assertive, confident,   empowered, and not to be a target.  Mother/daughter workshops are available.

 

PICK a STICK (8+) (6-7 yrs with animals) Coping with Bullies & Sticky Peer interactions: This interactive discussion teaches girls the different responses they can choose in a conflict situation and sticky social situations. Girls learn about four roles children often play in social circles: the Meanie Kid, the Bystander, the Doormat, & the Empowered Girl. They learn what it looks like to be mean, to be a bystander, to be walked all over and to stand up for yourself.  Girls do role plays.  Mother/daughter workshops are available.

 

STOP, THINK, GO! (5-7   yrs) This workshop uses   games and simple crafts to teach our littlest ones the “Do’s and “Don’ts” of   how to treat other kids- their friends, classmates, and siblings. This is a   great way to teach decision-making skills. Parents will love using this tool.

  

THE POWER OF WORDS (age 8+): This interactive discussion along with a craft teaches girls the power of words. The girls will explore both the positive and the negative impact of their words on others and their own self esteem. How words can be used to build people up or tear them down (including themselves!) Teasing, gossip, and self-talk will be covered.

 

Dealing with the Queens- From the Drama Queen to the Queen   Bee: (ages 10+) Girls worry about being popular, cool and   fitting in.  Girls are being mean through the use of cell phones and the   internet. Girls will learn about the importance of being themselves, making   decisions that are right for them and how to use technology in a healthy way.  

  

SOCIAL SKILLS, COMMUNICATION AND ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING WORKSHOPS

Assertiveness Boot Camp (age 6+) Being assertive is a skill and one that is needed to stand up to meanness, handle

conflict and problems, ask for help, and to go after your dreams.  It is one of the most important skills that girls

need to navigate their social world.  Girls will learn how to be assertive with body language, words, voice, and

decision making skills.  Poster activity included.

 

CONFLICT RESOLUTION SKILLS (age 8+) Conflict is a normal element of all relationships. It is how we deal

with it that can help or prevent us from being successful. Girls learn 7 positive techniques for handling problems so

they can neither avoid nor escalate a situation with conflict. This workshop includes making a conflict resolution kit.

 

GET READY for MIDDLE SCHOOL (for 5th grade troops) The transition to middle school is an exciting (and sometimes) scary change, especially for girls who are already beginning the journey into puberty. We talk through their fears, help them see the positive growth opportunities, and give them tips andtechniques to ensure their middle school years get off to a successful start.

 

PRICING

*Mother/Daughter Workshops:  $25 per pair or $30 per pair, 1 ½ hours, Min of 10 pairs

 

*Parent Workshops: $20 per parent, Min of 10 parents. Can be scheduled at the same time of workshop for troops  or separately.  1 ½ hours if scheduled same time as troop workshop, the troop workshop includes an additional ½ hour.

 

*Girls Nite Out: 100+ girls, 3 hr program includes workshops and yoga or hip hop!

$15 per girl.  Patches included. Check out Larger Group Programs on our site for details.

 

Workshops for girls only:

Minimum number of girls: 10

Price: $15 per girl for the first fifteen girls, $12 per girl for each additional girl over 15 girls  

(Price where noted:  $20 per girl for first fifteen girls, $15 per girl for each additional girl over 15 girls)

Over 50 girls includes patch & additional ½ hour

Deposit is $150.     Patches:  $2.00 per patch


Availability: Anytime; based on instructor availability

Location:  your school or smaller groups up to 15 girls at Kids Empowered Coaching and Counseling Center, Ste 101, 630 N Old Woodward, Birmingham, MI 48009

NOTE: Any workshop over 10 miles from the Kids Empowered Coaching and Counseling Center in Birmingham includes a $30 extra charge for mileage and time.

 

 

 

 

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