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Meeting #30: Healthy Eating

We like to have the Guides cook a meal every year so we set about planning with them. We decided that a good place to start would be by having them learn a bit more about the food guide and … Continue reading

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Meeting #29: The Game of Life

This was by far the loudest most chaotic meeting of the year, but it was also one of the most fun! I modified the board game “The Game of Life” so that we could play it as a whole unit. … Continue reading

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Meeting #25: Table Manners

In the fall, some of our girls’ parents had asked whether we might do a meeting about table manners. We thought that a tea party might be a fun way to cover the topic. I remembered a meeting we had … Continue reading

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Girl Greatness Sleepover (Day 2)

You can tell that we have great girls because any of them who woke up early in the morning stayed nice and quiet. We had cereal, toast and fruit for breakfast and packed up all our stuff to free up … Continue reading

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Girl Greatness Sleepover (Day 1)

We had about half our Guides over for a Girl Greatness themed sleepover at the Church where we meet. Through games, videos, discussion and fun we covered topics like self-esteem, bullying and friendship. We had access to the church basement where … Continue reading

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Meeting #14: First Night Back

It was nice to see all the girls back after the break for the holidays and I was quite jealous to hear about all the had been up to and they trips that lots of them went on! We sometimes … Continue reading

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Meeting #11: Interpreting

Even though all of our Guides speak English, when Guiding in Quebec you definitely notice the bilingual/multilingual nature of our province. Many of our girls go to school in French and have trouble reading and writing in English. Instead of … Continue reading

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