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  • GET ALONG MONSTERS: 5 WAYS TO WORK THINGS OUT (WITHOUT FIGHTING) (dvd)

    For Grades K-4

    DVD and Teaching Guide

    From the 9 volume series GET ALONG MONSTERS- COMPLETE SERIESEvery day, young people face problems with friends, family and schoolmates. This program gives kids five strategies to help them resolve the problems they face in a safe and appropriate way. Children are taught that hitting is not a way to solve a problem and that fights can be avoided when they use their words to talk about the problem. The program demonstrates how blaming someone else for the problem doesn't resolve the problem, but asking questions can lead to a satisfactory resolution for everyone involved. The program also shows that you can have different ideas to resolve a conflict. Also, when there's a problem that's too difficult to solve, you can always ask a grown-up for help.Read more
  • GET ALONG MONSTERS: DON'T CALL ME NAMES (dvd)

    For Grades K-4

    DVD and Teaching Guide

    From the 9 volume series GET ALONG MONSTERS- COMPLETE SERIESYou're stupid! You're a baby! As we all know, name-calling is one of many inappropriate ways that children express themselves when they're feeling angry or frustrated. To the child on the receiving end of name-calling it can be a painful experience. This program focuses on the reasons for name-calling and how it affects others. Viewers also learn how to be more assertive so they can stop others from calling them names. Children who don't have an available repertoire of social and coping skills can easily turn to violence, anger or self-harm when they face an upsetting or vulnerable situation. Conversely, when we help kids learn and develop positive social and coping skills, we provide them with alternatives that can help turn problem situations into positive outcomes. Get-Along-Monsters is an entertaining and engaging children's DVD series designed to teach children, grades K-4 important skills necessary for successful social interaction and emotional management. Each episode combiRead more
  • GET ALONG MONSTERS: LET'S MAKE UP (dvd)

    For Grades K-4

    DVD and Teaching Guide

    From the 9 volume series GET ALONG MONSTERS- COMPLETE SERIESThis program features scenarios that provide ideas to help students learn about conflict and model the skills involved in identifying and resolving conflicts peacefully. The program encourages students to think of different ways to solve their problems and differences with others without using violence.Read more
  • Groark Learns About PREJUDICE (dvd)

    for grades K-3

    With the Popcorn Park Puppets

    Both Spanish and English versions on same DVD

    Free online video streaming included!

    From the 5 volume series Popcorn Park: GETTING ALONG with GROARK (dvd)Groark and his friends are planning a party. Burna convinces the others not to invite the new kid in school because he is "different." But when Groark learns that Burna doesn't even know the new kid, he turns to a group of real elementary school children for a lesson in prejudice. They discuss how people sometimes treat others unfairly because of size, age, gender, race, ethnicity and national origin, and why it's important not to pre-judge people. Groark takes this lesson in prejudice back to his friends and they decide to invite the new kid.Read more
  • Groark Learns to WORK OUT CONFLICTS (dvd)

    for grades K-3

    With the Popcorn Park Puppets

    Both Spanish and English versions on same DVD

    Free online video streaming included!

    From the 5 volume series Popcorn Park: GETTING ALONG with GROARK (dvd)Groark has a disagreement with his friend over a robot they are building as a school project. Their behavior toward each other quickly leads to a serious rift and the project comes to an unpleasant halt. Frustrated and angry, Groark turns to a group of real children for a lesson in working out conflicts. He learns how to stay calm, talk about the disagreement with the other person, listen to each other's point of view, and look for a solution that makes them both happy. Equipped with this new approach to problem solving, Groark and his friend work out their conflict, and the robot is saved.Read more
  • Popcorn Park
    The Six Pillars of Character: CARING (dvd)

    for grades K-3

    Both English and Spanish on the same DVD.

    Produced in association with CHARACTER COUNTS!

    Free online video streaming included!

    Burna discovers (by being a "reading buddy") the personal rewards that come from giving of yourself to help somebody else. When Burna has to make a hard choice between doing a community service project and playing soccer, she learns that caring is more about what we do than about how we feel.Read more
  • Popcorn Park
    The Six Pillars of Character: FAIRNESS (dvd)

    for grades K-3

    Both English and Spanish on the same DVD.

    Produced in association with CHARACTER COUNTS!

    Free online video streaming included!

    Essie learns that being fair to everybody can be a lot harder than it seems. When she has to decide which of her friends will get the starring role in the annual Popcorn Park play, Essie has a lot to consider - including the not-so-fair actions of the two competitors.Read more
  • Popcorn Park
    The Six Pillars of Character: RESPONSIBILITY (dvd)

    for grades K-3

    Both English and Spanish on the same DVD.

    Produced in association with CHARACTER COUNTS!

    Free online video streaming included!

    Groark and Burna learn that being irresponsible can be unfair and hurtful to everyone, including themselves. When Burna neglects an important responsibility by dumping it on Muggsy, and Groark makes a mistake and lets Muggsy take the blame, the result is a tangle of hard feelings that nearly brings their friendships to a painful end.Read more
  • Popcorn Park
    The Six Pillars of Character: TRUSTWORTHINESS (dvd)

    for grades K-3

    Both English and Spanish on the same DVD.

    Produced in association with CHARACTER COUNTS!

    Free online video streaming included!

     

    Groark and Muggsy learn how important honesty and trust are in building good friendships. When Muggsy tries to impress Groark by stealing an expensive birthday present for him, Groark struggles to figure out the right thing to do, and teaches Muggsy that it is better to have honest, trustworthy friends than expensive toys.Read more
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