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  • 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 

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  • Growing Up - Girls

    Insights into the challenges of puberty. Grades 5 - 7

    You loved the classic version of Growing Up! For Girls so in response, we offer this new updated version that promotes self-confidence as girls face the challenges of change and growth. This program provides authoritative information about the female reproductive system. One of our favorites for girls, it also details the emotional and physical transformations of puberty, and it takes a candid look at the basics of anatomy and development. Growing Up! For Girls provides useful advice on health, hygiene and nutrition, and it encourages a positive body image and sense of personal worth. The female narrator helps girls take a realistic look at the responsibilities of adulthood and promotes dialog with trusted adults.

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  • Growing Up - Boys

    Insights into the challenges of puberty. Grades 5-7

    You loved the classic Growing Up! For Boys so in response, we offer this updated version that promotes self-confidence as boys try to cope with the physical and psychological changes that are a normal part of growing up. This program encourages boys to take pride in their uniqueness while realizing that people are all reassuringly alike. Growing Up! For Boys provides useful advice on health, hygiene and good grooming; fosters the self-esteem that comes with accepting new responsibilities, and points to reliable sources for information during these sometimes difficult times.

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  • Let's Just Talk for Girls

    Puberty education for girls. 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%u2019s 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.

    Abby u2019s sleepover friend is astonished by the talk about puberty on a popular radio show. Her other friends are all ears to discover more about:

    %u 022 Physical and emotional changes of adolescence

    %u2022 Hygiene and good health

    %u2022 The female reproductive system.

    From a neighborhood near you, girls ask questions about adolescent growth and development, and find their curiosity met in a factual and reassuring manner by the friendly radio host.

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  • Let's Just Talk For Boys

    Puberty education for boys. 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.

    Expecting to play games and watch movies, Joe never imagined Frank's sleepover would be so informative. Tuning in to a popular teen radio show, the boys turn up a wealth of information about growing up, including good hygiene, health and nutrition, the maturation of the male reproductive system and the physical and emotional changes to expect during puberty. Boys across the country interact with the affable host as he advises and informs boys on the changes ahead.

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  • Just Around The Corner - Girls

    Physical and emotional changes during puberty for girls. Grades 4-6

    This reassuring presentation includes the same cheerful theme song and clearly illustrated biology, enhanced with new narration and photography to help prepare your younger elementary-level girls for all of the changes ahead. Topics covered in this lively program include:

    -When to expect the onset of puberty

    -The physical and emotional changes of puberty

    -The maturation of the female reproductive system

    -Menstruation

    -The importance of good hygiene, healthy habits and sleep

    -Maintaining health through good nutrition and exercise

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  • Just Around The Corner - Boys

    Physical and emotional changes during puberty. Grades 4-6

    Younger elementary-level boys will appreciate this upbeat look at the changes of puberty. New narration and photography with lighthearted animated figures prepare boys for the momentous changes waiting "just around the corner." These important topics are introduced:

    -When to expect the onset of puberty

    -The physical and emotional changes of puberty

    -The maturation of the male reproductive system

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

    -The importance of good hygiene, healthy habits and sleep

    -Maintaining health through good nutrition and exercise

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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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  • Feathers at Las Flores

    A parrot learns valuable lessons about gossiping and repeating personal or unfounded information.

    Fly into Miami Beach and meet a parrot who talks too much. People never stop talking, do they? And from his perch at Las Flores café, Feathers hears every word — and repeats a good deal of what he hears. The problem is, the words sometimes get a little jumbled up, turned around, stretched out of shape. That's what happens when Julio finds a ten dollar bill on the sidewalk. By the end of the day — and with the help of the talkative Feathers — Julio's bit of good luck has grown to immense proportions — at least in the minds of the regulars at Las Flores. Feathers' misadventures take place within sight of palm trees and blue ocean waters in Miami Beach, Florida. Andra Chase has depicted a kaleidoscope of local color and characters in her sunny watercolor illustrations.                         

     Feathers at Las Flores will help you:

    • Demonstrate the hazards of repeating personal, sensational, or unfounded information
    • Introduce facts about parrots and other tropical birds
    • Present information about the state of Florida



    " The message is clear and easy to understand—choose your own words with care. This video would be an excellent addition to units on character education."  School Library Journal

    Author Linda Talley

    Illustrator Andra Chase

    Key Concept: Repeating rumor and gossip

    Age Group: Grades K-4

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  • Keep It Clean

    Hygiene for everyone! Grades 5-8

    Keep it clean For your health, your appearance, Or your own self-esteem Hair, face, hands, feet, body And your clothes, And your shoes, And your teeth, And your nails. Wash it, change it, floss it, brush it, Turn it down, get with it. Keep it clean! Keep it clean! Keep it clean!

    This generation-spanning, attention-grabbing brand new program promotes good hygiene in a format that all ages can relate to...MUSIC!! Four talented young people rap to the original lyrics and music of Rainmaker Bob Walkenhorst in the catchiest way possible while painlessly absorbing lots of information on many important topics including head to toe hygiene basics, self esteem, acne, tooth decay, eye safety, hearing safety, hand washing musts, and sound advice on how to maintain a healthy body.

    If your students enjoyed and learned from the Marsh favorite "Whatsa Hygiene?" they will be equally compelled by this fresh and energizing take on keeping clean.

    Just in time for the flu season, this exciting new program will seriously help students learn the importance of hygiene in halting the spread of germs that can cause colds, flu, stomach upsets and other more serious infections.

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  • I Know How to Act

    Cognitive challenges, dating, friendship, inclusion, and other social and leadership skills

    Friends are particularly important to a young person with special needs and having the right skills can make all the difference. I Know How to Act is a play within a play, featuring both students with special needs and typically developing peers acting out different social behaviors. This program takes an original and unique approach to conveying social and leadership skills in a way kids can easily understand. It is also an especially good representation of inclusion. Key points are marked throughout the program where the teacher can stop the DVD for supplemental class discussion.

    Topics include: cognitive challenges, dating, friendship, inclusion, and other social and leadership skills.

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  • Beas Own Good

    Set in the beautiful Loire Valley of France, a honeybee named Beatrice learns that rules are made for her own good.

    Make a beeline for the French countryside to learn how boundaries benefit everyone.

    To keep the honeycomb strong, to make the very best honey, and to keep all the little honeybees safe and sound, bees must do things just so — according to honeybee rules.

    One early spring day, an inexperienced honeybee named Beatrice hears about the most beautiful garden in the world, and she decides to go on an expedition, even if it means breaking a rule or two. When a change in the weather turns her outing into a near-disaster, Bea realizes that rules are for her own good.

    Bea's story takes students to the Loire Valley of France where they will visit a beehive, a country market, and the famous Chateau of Villandry. Illustrator Andra Chase has created delicately beautiful scenes of Bea’s world inside and outside her hive. 

    This DVD is a word for word match of the storybook and will help you:

     Investigate the function of rules at home and at school
     Promote responsibility and self-control
     Explore the lives of bees and other insects
     Present information about the culture and geography of France

    [an] excellent, well-rounded production...”
    School Library Journal

    Age Group: Grades K-4

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