Meet Bailey, the 6-year-old from Detroit, Michigan that decided that Chapstick wasn't cutting it and that the world needs a new type of lip balm.
March is Women's History Month and we are SO ready! From history (we prefer to call it 'herstory') and heroes (sheroes), to empowering your girl to find her voice and be a confident, creative leader: this list has it all. Read on to find out how to celebrate Women's History Month this year!
We're gearing up for Women's History Month here at Girls With Ideas and we just realized something we're a little embarrassed to admit...we don't know how it all started!!! So, with girl-power on our minds and Google at our fingertips, let's talk about how Women's History Month began!
March 8 is International Women's Day. Throughout the month of March, a.k.a. Women's History Month, we celebrate the achievements of women that have gone before us. But at Girls With Ideas, we are focused on one thing and one thing only: fostering a future filled with confident, creative girl leaders.
Icebreakers are activities to help start a conversation between group members. They are a great way to engage the girls in your Girls With Ideas group to help them to get to know each other better and have a shared experience.
We all know that just because we're IN a GROUP doesn't mean we're ON a TEAM. Team builders are an amazing way to fix that problem. Getting a group together for a team-building activity for just a few minutes at the start or end of your meeting time can make a HUGE difference in how they learn to work together.