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Girltopia Cards

Publisher: St Luke's Innovative Resources
SKU code: 990GIR
In stock
AU$43.75

Overview

The Girltopia Cards were created to encourage a spirit of inquiry, non-judgement, acceptance, curiosity, reflection and celebration among girls and women. Arranged in five suits, Girltopia can be used to help foster the many important conversations necessary to support girls as they mature to adulthood.

Such conversations can be part of strategies for working with issues like body image, self-esteem, depression, eating disorders, sexualisation and bullying.

Each card features thought-provoking phrases, intriguing images and gentle questions, all devised to help invite conversations with girls.

Key Features

  •     The 8 Me cards draw on the power of telling stories and feature simple sentence starters.
  •     The 11 Doing cards describe an overarching mode of action and are intended to help girls build an appreciation of their own skills, preferences and individuality, as well as those of others.
  •     The 21 Feeling cards offer gentle cues—simple words and triggers—to help foster emotional intelligence and assist girls to name, communicate and consciously navigate feelings.
  •     The 13 Us cards invite thoughtful exploration of relationships using pithy questions and conversational prompts.
  •     The 17 Body cards offer a rich array of questions and quotes for girls to deepen their understanding and appreciation of their female bodies (Please note: some Body cards invite quite explicit discussion of women’s sexual anatomy; these cards can be easily put aside in contexts where they are not required.)

Girltopia presents a world of luscious plants, soulful animals and quirky architecture where girls and women are honoured for who they are and where they’re at. They aim to create a space where the risky edges of conversation and feelings can be explored in a lively and supported manner.

These strengths-based cards can be used with groups or individuals, by teachers, parents, youth workers, health workers, counsellors and pastoral care workers