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  • Stanley's "This is the life"

    A black bear named Stanley learns the importance of exercise and healthy eating habits

    Making healthy choices, Stanley the bear shows children how healthful nutrition and exercise give the body the energy and strength to live a life full of fun and adventure. When Stanley goes on an eating binge and accidentally falls asleep in a camper, he suddenly awakes and finds himself far away from home and stranded at a drive-in - which appears to be "the life." However, after days of eating cookies and candy, sleeping and watching movies, Stanley realizes he is not living "the life." He is very overweight and feeling very tired. He doesn't have the energy to fish, run or climb trees anymore. In his effort to get his real life back, Stanley learns that eating healthy food makes him feel better and gives him the strength to do all of the fun things he really liked to do in the forest. "He thought about the food at the drive-in, the frightening chase in the forest, and the long journey home. Now Stanley stayed away from people and their cookies. He caught fish. He ate pine nuts and huckleberries. He felt healthy. He felt strong.

    .  Stanley s "This Is the Life!" will help you:

    • Promote healthy nutrition
    • Introduce the right foods to give the body energy
    • Emphasize why it's important to be active
    "An entertaining production that offers a subtle message regarding preservation and self-reliance." - Booklist


    Age Group: Grades K-4

    Author Alyssa Chase Rebein

    Illustrator Andra Chase

    Key Concept: Health and wellness


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    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.
  • We're Just Talking For Boys and Girls

    Puberty education redux. Grades 5-8

    Even though human biology has not changed lately, your students will respond to these contemporary new titles. With a fresh look, the Let's Just Talk series presents sound, accurate information about puberty in a framework of self-respect and responsible decision-making. These upbeat titles strongly emphasize the importance of exercise and encourage good nutrition.

    Getting together for homework, two groups of friends listen to the popular radio show "Let's Just Talk" and get an earful about the biology of growing up and some useful advice for coping with adolescence. We're Just Talking presents factual information about boys and girls entering puberty. Topics include male and female physical development, hormones, and the reproductive systems, with an emphasis on physical and emotional health.

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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.
  • Straight Talk about Peer Pressure

    Coping with peer pressure. Grades 6-8

    Learn to deal with social pressures.

    Adolescent peer groups bridge the gap between childhood and adulthood, and friends can often facilitate what is sometimes a difficult stage of development. However, peer pressure can also be detrimental and lead teens into trouble. Straight Talk About Peer Pressure helps middle school students learn how to navigate through peer situations which conflict with feelings and values. Practical tips for self-reflection, coping mechanisms for maintaining friendships, and developing refusal skills are featured in this constructive presentation.

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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.
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    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Access lasts for an unlimited duration.
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  • Go Slow Whoa

    What's in Your Lunchbox? Grades K-3

    The new MarshMedia game show, GO SLOW WHOA, makes learning about the right way to eat fun and easy for the youngest student. Jonathan Apple, Glass of Milk, Turkey Sandwich and Crunchy Carrot provide the right answers, while Candy Bar and Do Nut struggle to get going and spend lots of time in the Yuck Shack. Join wacky game show host Lance Manley and his animated team of contestants to explore nutrition and the right way to eat. Topics include the basic food groups, the effects of too much sugar, salt and high fructose corn syrup, the importance of drinking water, healthy potion sizes, limiting snacks and learning healthy eating habits.

    And the winners are...your students...as they learn to make the right choices.

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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.
  • Go Slow Whoa

    What's in Your Lunchbox? Grades K-3

    The new MarshMedia game show, GO SLOW WHOA, makes learning about the right way to eat fun and easy for the youngest student. Jonathan Apple, Glass of Milk, Turkey Sandwich and Crunchy Carrot provide the right answers, while Candy Bar and Do Nut struggle to get going and spend lots of time in the Yuck Shack. Join wacky game show host Lance Manley and his animated team of contestants to explore nutrition and the right way to eat. Topics include the basic food groups, the effects of too much sugar, salt and high fructose corn syrup, the importance of drinking water, healthy potion sizes, limiting snacks and learning healthy eating habits.

    And the winners are...your students...as they learn to make the right choices.

    More Info
  • Stanley's This is the Life

    A black bear named Stanley learns the importance of exercise and healthy eating habits

    Making healthy choices, Stanley the bear shows children how healthful nutrition and exercise give the body the energy and strength to live a life full of fun and adventure. When Stanley goes on an eating binge and accidentally falls asleep in a camper, he suddenly awakes and finds himself far away from home and stranded at a drive-in - which appears to be "the life." However, after days of eating cookies and candy, sleeping and watching movies, Stanley realizes he is not living "the life." He is very overweight and feeling very tired. He doesn't have the energy to fish, run or climb trees anymore. In his effort to get his real life back, Stanley learns that eating healthy food makes him feel better and gives him the strength to do all of the fun things he really liked to do in the forest. "He thought about the food at the drive-in, the frightening chase in the forest, and the long journey home. Now Stanley stayed away from people and their cookies. He caught fish. He ate pine nuts and huckleberries. He felt healthy. He felt strong.

    .  Stanley s "This Is the Life!" will help you:

    • Promote healthy nutrition
    • Introduce the right foods to give the body energy
    • Emphasize why it's important to be active
    "An entertaining production that offers a subtle message regarding preservation and self-reliance." - Booklist


    Age Group: Grades K-4

    Author Alyssa Chase Rebein

    Illustrator Andra Chase

    Key Concept: Health and wellness


    More Info
  • Straight Talk About Peer Pressure

    Coping with peer pressure. Grades 6-8

    Learn to deal with social pressures.

    Adolescent peer groups bridge the gap between childhood and adulthood, and friends can often facilitate what is sometimes a difficult stage of development. However, peer pressure can also be detrimental and lead teens into trouble. Straight Talk About Peer Pressure helps middle school students learn how to navigate through peer situations which conflict with feelings and values. Practical tips for self-reflection, coping mechanisms for maintaining friendships, and developing refusal skills are featured in this constructive presentation.

    More Info
  • We're Just Talking

    Puberty education redux. Grades 5-8

    Even though human biology has not changed lately, your students will respond to these contemporary new titles. With a fresh look, the Let's Just Talk series presents sound, accurate information about puberty in a framework of self-respect and responsible decision-making. These upbeat titles strongly emphasize the importance of exercise and encourage good nutrition.

    Getting together for homework, two groups of friends listen to the popular radio show "Let's Just Talk" and get an earful about the biology of growing up and some useful advice for coping with adolescence. We're Just Talking presents factual information about boys and girls entering puberty. Topics include male and female physical development, hormones, and the reproductive systems, with an emphasis on physical and emotional health.

    More Info