Time needed: 30–60 minutes
By 1916, suffragists had grown tired of waiting to gain voting rights, so they began to protest and picket in front of the White House. They wrote letters and made speeches arguing for the right to vote.
Songs can encourage people to listen to what you have to say about topics that they may disagree with you about. They can help someone else see things from your perspective, especially when they are humorous.
Create a song about voting using a familiar tune. You can use the song to persuade your audience, or you can write a parody. A parody exaggerates in a way that makes us laugh.
Alternatively, think about things that are happening in your town, school, or community. What would you like to see change? Write lyrics about that.
Girl Scout Activity Zone activities have been adapted from existing Girl Scout programming.