Write a Letter to the Squirrel Scouts

If you could write a letter to the Squirrel Scouts, what would you say? Download our activity sheet and write them a letter today!
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write a letter to the squirrel scouts start the conversation activity sheet

What Would You Say to the Squirrel Scouts? 

In Start the Conversation: Practicing Consent, you meet three Squirrel Scouts: Freddy, Scamper, and Chip! Together, you learn about sharing, listening to your body, and change the rules to make them more fair. Download our activity sheet and write a letter to the Squirrel Scouts! 


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Start the Conversation

Sharing is caring, right? Raising children to be kind, polite and generous is important. But what do we do when sharing doesn’t feel like the right thing to do? Start the Conversation: Practicing Consent uses theater to engage young people in a conversation about consent, sharing, boundary setting and community caring.

In this series, Miss Caitlyn explores consent, sharing, and boundary setting through theater. The video aims to encourage young people and their adults to think critically about the nuances of consent by asking people how they want to be treated, listening to their body, and choosing when and what they want to share.

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