Annie Fox, M.Ed. Special Girl Scout Workshops

for 3rd–8th Grade Girls & Their Parents

Girl Scouts of Northern California

Bring Annie Fox and a dynamic 2-hour workshop to your troop

With compassion, insight and humor Annie Fox helps girls get along better with themselves and everyone else. She offers two special Girl Scout workshops, one for 3rd–5th graders and their parents, and (new this year) one for 6th–8th graders and their parents.

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Each Girl Scout workshop combines an engaging multimedia presentation, brainstorming, plus empowering role play. Be sure to fill out this form below for more information.

For 3rd–5th graders and their parents

Girls’ Friendship Without the Drama workshop (2 hours)

Hour 1 — Girls and parents meet together with Annie. Parents observe while Annie works with the girls, teaching them to:

  • Calm down
  • Think clearly about friendship challenges and options
  • Speak up for themselves and others
  • ''The Girls Q&A Book on Friendship: 50 Ways to Fix a Friendship Without the DRAMA'' by Annie Fox, M.Ed., illustrated by Erica De Chavez
    Act with compassion and pass it forward

Hour 2 — Girls and parents split into two separate groups. In the first group, girls engage in supervised Girl Scout-approved activities building on the content of Hour 1. In the second group, Annie works exclusively with parents, teaching them to:

  • Be a more positive, calming influence
  • Maximize teachable moments
  • Model assertiveness and respect
  • Encourage resilience in their daughters

Note: Each 3rd–5th grader takes home an autographed copy of Annie’s latest book, The Girls Q&A Book on Friendship.

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For 6th–8th graders and their parents

Can You Relate? workshop (2 hours)

Hour 1 — Girls and parents meet together with Annie. Parents observe while Annie works with the girls, teaching them to:

  • Deal with feelings responsibly and confidently
  •  ''Middle School Confidential, Book 1: Be Confident in Who You Are'' by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Matt Kindt
    Communicate effectively and fearlessly
  • Celebrate their uniqueness
  • Resolve conflicts peacefully online and off

Hour 2 — Girls and parents split into two separate groups. In the first group, girls engage in supervised Girl Scout-approved activities building on the content of Hour 1. In the second group, Annie works exclusively with parents, teaching them to:

  • Show compassion for the challenges of 21st century girls
  • Appreciate the grip of Peer Approval Addiction
  • Respect your daughter’s growing need for supported autonomy
  • Encourage more respectful sibling and peer interactions

Note: Each 6th–8th grader takes home an autographed copy of Book 1 of Annie’s award-winning Middle School Confidential series, Be Confident in Who You Are.

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Cadettes working on their aMAZE Journey: Annie’s workshop will help you progress toward your Interact Award.

Annie Fox, M.Ed. is an internationally respected parenting expert, educator, and award-winning author.

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Girls’ Friendship Without the DRAMA
Group Booking Information

*Your Name:
*Your Email Address:
*Your Phone Number:
*City and Zip Code:
(extra travel charge may apply)
Number of Girls:
(max 26 girls, OK to combine troops
and/or non-Girl Scouts)
Grade Level:
Number of Adults:
(minimum of 1 adult for every 5 girls,
the more the merrier)
Preferred Workshop Date:
Pricing: $700 (includes a copy of either The Girls Q&A Book on Friendship or Be Confident in Who You Are for each girl, depending on the workshop). An additional travel charge may apply.

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