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Girl Scouts: A World for Girls

By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

A few fun, safe activities, plus links to buy merchandise.

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The general vibe of A WORLD FOR GIRLS is great: Videos show girls discussing how swimming has taught them endurance, a travel section showcases trips girls have taken around the world. Girls are generally encouraged to get out, experience life, learn -- and have fun. The site also offers activities for three age groups: girls 5-9, 10-12, and 13-17. Each section's customized content offers girls some fun options: Younger girls can access an online coloring book, and tweens will be thrilled with the just-for-fun personality quizzes.

The site's only real drawback is that there isn't a ton in each section to do. For example, the 5-9 section only has one activity. However, for parents who hope their kids will log in some outdoors time, too (which the Girl Scouts would certainly approve of), that may not be a bad thing.

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