Stand Beside Her Movement
Teaching girls to be supportive of one another is a lifelong skill that girls can develop at an early age to make friends, support one another, end comparison and competition and combat bullying.
That’s why we created the National Stand Beside Her Project, so that all girls can be appreciated for their talents, strengths and uniqueness.
As girls mature, they can work to further develop the skills they have learned to create cultural change in their community and themselves.
We’ve created activities for each Girl Scout Grade Level that highlight a part of the Girl Scout Law. Review the Girl Scout Law with your girls and go back to the appropriate line to begin your activity.
Teach your girls to “Stand Beside Her” and you’ll be teaching them to make the world a better place!
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