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  • Unity in Community

    Take back the playground and the classroom. Grades K-3

    When a bully in a chaotic classroom encounters an ant named Jim she learns that tolerance and diversity are necessary for any social community to function well. Help promote the youngest students' emotional well-being and mental health as the classroom develops cohesion, trust, and team identity. Take back the playground and the classroom by focusing on:

    -anti-bullying

    -diversity

    -teamwork

    -tolerance

    -cooperation

    -respect

    More Info
    WHEN YOU RENT YOU CAN:
    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.
  • Straight Talk About Self Confidence

    Promoting self-esteem. Grades 6-8

    Help students identify and maintain healthy relationships.

    Early adolescence is a time of rapid and dramatic changes. Navigating the social and emotional complexities presented by daily life can be especially challenging during the teen years. Introducing this Straight Talk program, hosts Melissa and Randy present the concept of Self-Confidence, and show a group of students at a nearby junior high school talking about self-confidence and self-esteem with their guidance counselor.

    Identifying seven basic concepts, the members of the group detail their personal experiences with a keener understanding of self-confidence. Providing guidance along the path to emotional maturity Straight Talk About Self-Confidence can help boys and girls improve personal insight and the ways they relate to others.

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    WHEN YOU RENT YOU CAN:
    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.
  • Puberty: A Girls Journey

    Physical and emotional changes during puberty. Grades 4-6

    This new program includes two parts (Part 1-Physical Changes/Part 2-Emotional and Social Changes.)  It's like getting two programs on one DVD!

    Part 1

    Ella confides in older sister Emily, who provides reassuring information on the physical changes to expect during puberty.  Topics include:

    • When to expect the onset of puberty
    • The female reproductive system
    • The menstrual cycle
    • Hormones
    • Health and hygiene


    Part 2

    Emily and Andres discuss many of the emotional and social changes that boys and girls experience during puberty.  Topics include:

    • Body image
    • Self esteem
    • peer pressure
    • Cliques
    • Bullying
    • And much more!
    More Info
    WHEN YOU RENT YOU CAN:
    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.
  • Puberty: A Boys Journey Grades 4-6

    Physical and emotional changes during puberty. Grades 4-6

    This new program includes two parts (Part 1-Physical Changes/Part 2-Emotional and Social Changes.)  It's like getting two programs on one DVD!

    Part 1:

    Matthew s fun is over shadowed by a permission slip from school.  Big brother Adrew helps ease the fear of having "the puberty talk" by providing reassuring information on the physical changes of puberty.  Topics include:

    -When to expect the onset of puberty

    -The male reproductive system

    -Hormones

    -Common experiences of puberty, including voice changes, feelings of physical awkwardness, and nocturnal emissions

    -The importance of good hygiene and healthy habits

    Part 2:

    Andrew and Emily discuss the emotional and social changes boys and girls experience during puberty.  Topics include:

    -Body image

    -Self Esteem

    -Peer Pressure

    -Cliques

    -Social Awkwardness

    -Bullying 

    More Info
    WHEN YOU RENT YOU CAN:
    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.
  • Emily Breaks Free

    Set along Boston's historic Freedom Trail, this is a story of a dog named Emily who learns techniques on how to respond to a bully

    Follow Boston's Freedom trail and witness a small revolution against a big bully. Emily is a nice, playful little dog. So why would she join forces with a big bully like Spike? Even Emily can't answer that question. It`s true that Spike makes Emily laugh, in spite of herself, and he is fun — in a way. Emily feels flattered that Spike asks her to tag along with him. But when Spike begins to tease a fluffy outsider named Cotton, Emily's feelings become confused. Just when Emily is wondering how to make things right, a bewhiskered terrier named Emerson saunters onto the scene and shows Emily how to break free of Spike. This compelling story unfolds along the Freedom Trail™, Boston's famous walking tour of historic sites from the Revolutionary era. These scenes of the colonists' struggle for independence from Britain are a perfect backdrop for Emily's struggle to free herself from Spike's tyrannical ways! 

    Emily Breaks Free will help you:

    • Address problems of bullying
    • Suggest techniques for responding to a bully
    • Explore the sights of historic Boston, Massachusetts
    • Introduce information about our canine friends

    "Emily Breaks Free is unique because it is the only book I found for children while researching children's literature for our professional book that provides a glimpse into all four roles of a bullying situation."- Reba Wadsworth, Author, Bullying HURTS: Teaching Kindness Through Read Alouds and Guided Conversations.

     Author: Linda Talley

    Illustrator Andra Chase

    Key Concept: Learning to address the problem of bullying in a non-threatening context.

    Age Group: Grades K-4

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    WHEN YOU RENT YOU CAN:
    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.
  • Emily Breaks Free

    Set along Boston's historic Freedom Trail, this is a story of a dog named Emily who learns techniques on how to respond to a bully

    Follow Boston's Freedom trail and witness a small revolution against a big bully. Emily is a nice, playful little dog. So why would she join forces with a big bully like Spike? Even Emily can't answer that question. It`s true that Spike makes Emily laugh, in spite of herself, and he is fun — in a way. Emily feels flattered that Spike asks her to tag along with him. But when Spike begins to tease a fluffy outsider named Cotton, Emily's feelings become confused. Just when Emily is wondering how to make things right, a bewhiskered terrier named Emerson saunters onto the scene and shows Emily how to break free of Spike. This compelling story unfolds along the Freedom Trail™, Boston's famous walking tour of historic sites from the Revolutionary era. These scenes of the colonists' struggle for independence from Britain are a perfect backdrop for Emily's struggle to free herself from Spike's tyrannical ways! 

    Emily Breaks Free will help you:

    • Address problems of bullying
    • Suggest techniques for responding to a bully
    • Explore the sights of historic Boston, Massachusetts
    • Introduce information about our canine friends

    "Emily Breaks Free is unique because it is the only book I found for children while researching children's literature for our professional book that provides a glimpse into all four roles of a bullying situation."- Reba Wadsworth, Author, Bullying HURTS: Teaching Kindness Through Read Alouds and Guided Conversations.

     Author: Linda Talley

    Illustrator Andra Chase

    Key Concept: Learning to address the problem of bullying in a non-threatening context.

    Age Group: Grades K-4

    More Info
  • Puberty: A Boys Journey Grades 4-6

    Physical and emotional changes during puberty. Grades 4-6

    This new program includes two parts (Part 1-Physical Changes/Part 2-Emotional and Social Changes.)  It's like getting two programs on one DVD!

    Part 1:

    Matthew s fun is over shadowed by a permission slip from school.  Big brother Adrew helps ease the fear of having "the puberty talk" by providing reassuring information on the physical changes of puberty.  Topics include:

    -When to expect the onset of puberty

    -The male reproductive system

    -Hormones

    -Common experiences of puberty, including voice changes, feelings of physical awkwardness, and nocturnal emissions

    -The importance of good hygiene and healthy habits

    Part 2:

    Andrew and Emily discuss the emotional and social changes boys and girls experience during puberty.  Topics include:

    -Body image

    -Self Esteem

    -Peer Pressure

    -Cliques

    -Social Awkwardness

    -Bullying 

    More Info
  • Puberty: A Girls Journey

    Physical and emotional changes during puberty. Grades 4-6

    This new program includes two parts (Part 1-Physical Changes/Part 2-Emotional and Social Changes.)  It's like getting two programs on one DVD!

    Part 1

    Ella confides in older sister Emily, who provides reassuring information on the physical changes to expect during puberty.  Topics include:

    • When to expect the onset of puberty
    • The female reproductive system
    • The menstrual cycle
    • Hormones
    • Health and hygiene


    Part 2

    Emily and Andres discuss many of the emotional and social changes that boys and girls experience during puberty.  Topics include:

    • Body image
    • Self esteem
    • peer pressure
    • Cliques
    • Bullying
    • And much more!
    More Info
  • Straight Talk About Self Confidence

    Promoting self-esteem. Grades 6-8

    Help students identify and maintain healthy relationships.

    Early adolescence is a time of rapid and dramatic changes. Navigating the social and emotional complexities presented by daily life can be especially challenging during the teen years. Introducing this Straight Talk program, hosts Melissa and Randy present the concept of Self-Confidence, and show a group of students at a nearby junior high school talking about self-confidence and self-esteem with their guidance counselor.

    Identifying seven basic concepts, the members of the group detail their personal experiences with a keener understanding of self-confidence. Providing guidance along the path to emotional maturity Straight Talk About Self-Confidence can help boys and girls improve personal insight and the ways they relate to others.

    More Info
  • Unity in Community

    Take back the playground and the classroom. Grades K-3

    When a bully in a chaotic classroom encounters an ant named Jim she learns that tolerance and diversity are necessary for any social community to function well. Help promote the youngest students' emotional well-being and mental health as the classroom develops cohesion, trust, and team identity. Take back the playground and the classroom by focusing on:

    -anti-bullying

    -diversity

    -teamwork

    -tolerance

    -cooperation

    -respect

    More Info
  • You Are Not Alone

    Being different, being ignored, friendship, bullying, relationships, gaining self-confidence, responsibility, and self-advocacy.

    "There are challenges wherever you are in life, in every situation there are challenges and that shouldn't stop you from doing things. In fact, it's accepting that challenge and if you overcome that challenge, that's what builds up self-confidence...If I can do it, anyone can." — Quinn Bradlee

    Every person is unique and special but sometimes being different can make you feel like an outsider. You Are Not Alone focuses on important lessons in courage, humor and honor from Quinn Bradlee, a role model for students with learning disabilities or special needs. In this exclusive interview at his office in Arlington, VA, Quinn talks about his growing up years and his experiences as a kid with learning disabilities, while other kids share how being different has affected them.

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  • You Are Not Alone featuring Quinn Bradlee

    Being different, being ignored, friendship, bullying, relationships, gaining self-confidence, responsibility, and self-advocacy.

    "There are challenges wherever you are in life, in every situation there are challenges and that shouldn't stop you from doing things. In fact, it's accepting that challenge and if you overcome that challenge, that's what builds up self-confidence...If I can do it, anyone can." — Quinn Bradlee

    Every person is unique and special but sometimes being different can make you feel like an outsider. You Are Not Alone focuses on important lessons in courage, humor and honor from Quinn Bradlee, a role model for students with learning disabilities or special needs. In this exclusive interview at his office in Arlington, VA, Quinn talks about his growing up years and his experiences as a kid with learning disabilities, while other kids share how being different has affected them.

    More Info
    WHEN YOU RENT YOU CAN:
    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.