Are Girls the Same All Over the World?

This week, the Bungoma Girls LitClub were studying curiosity, one of LitWorld's seven strengths. To explore our curiosity, we asked ourselves the question: are girls the same all over the world?

This was a challenging question, and one that the girls had never stopped to think about. Do physcial and geographical differences make us different from one another, or do we all face the same challenges as teenage girls?

The girls were curious!

We perused several magazines to look at the faces of girls and women. We read about their weaknesses and strengths and made a collage of the images on manilla paper. This part of the investigation was very exciting!

The findings of our curiosity quest let us to conclude: "All Girls Are Flowers!"

We had a wonderful time together and look forward to our next session.


-- Submitted by Girls LitClub Facilitator Rose