Please call the National Resource Center to order: 1-800-374-4475
This is a great site if you have daughters. Check out the part of the
site for girls. https://www.girlsinc-online.org/members/Welcome.html
they have some fun and informative things for girls.
Money Matters: An Economic Literacy Kit for Girls
(© 1999) • 8 pages • Illustrated
The exercises in this action kit will help girls develop their skills by building on the knowledge and experience they already have dealing with money. Each section provides activities for understanding how money relates to
a girl's life for her to do individually, or with family or friends.
Luann Becomes a Woman
© 1993 • 5 pages • Illustrated
This entertaining and educational booklet, which includes cartoon strips created by nationally syndicated cartoonist Greg Evans, explains menstruation as a natural and positive event in a girl's life.
Executive Summary commissioned by Girls Incorporated and conducted by Harris Interactive, Inc. (pdf)
Free • (© 2001) • 21 pages
This survey - which included a nationally representative sample of 1,933 public-school students in grades 3 through 12 and a nationally representative sample of 2,447 adults - focused on the role of girls' communities in supporting girls in exercising their right to be themselves and resist gender stereotypes.
Choosing Community: Girls Get Together to Be Themselves explores how society can support girls in confronting gender inequality. This survey which included a nationally representative sample of 1,933 public-school students in grades 3 through 12 and a nationally representative sample of 2,447 adults focused on the role of girls communities in supporting girls in exercising their right to be themselves and resist gender stereotypes. To view this PDF file you will need to install Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available at no charge from Adobe's Internet site.
Taking the Lead: Girls’ Rights in the 21st Century, a nationally representative survey about girls’ rights, girls have told us that they want this world for themselves. We asked over two thousand girls and boys in grades 3 through 12 to tell us what rights girls have and don’t have and how those rights shape girls’ lives today and their hopes for the future. The Executive Summary is also available as a PDF file. To view the PDF file you will need to install Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available at no charge from Adobe’s Internet site.
The "I Know My Rights Poster" & "Know Your Rights: An Action Kit
for Girls" links don't work anymore, sorry.
There is also a poster for $1.00:
Girls' Bill of Rights Poster
$1.00 • (© 2000) • Printed in Green
This poster lists the Girls Inc.® "Girls' Bill of Rights," which was adopted by the organization in 1945. In it's vibrant green colors, it blares the importance of these rights while informing you of them as well. (Printed by Merck, produced by Nickelodeon.)