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  • Safety: Out Of The Danger Zone

    Safety - Awareness and Response. Grades 4-6

    By stressing a single appropriate response to danger, this video helps prepare boys and girls to respond promptly and predictably to safeguard themselves and others. When they discover an old mystery game in Grandpa's closet, three youngsters also discover valuable personal safety advice. The "Out of the Danger Zone" game presents the players with a series of scenarios that tests their ability to handle dangerous situations. These scenarios deal with gun safety, physical safety, internet safety, and drug safety. As each situation unfolds, players are reminded to be aware of their environment at all times, to recognize the danger of certain types of situations, and to respond quickly in two simple steps:

    • Get away from the danger.
    • Tell an adult.

    This sound advice will help intermediate students respond confidently when their personal safety is at risk.

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  • Annie Funelli and the Funsters show students how to have fun, stay healthy and take good care of themselves.

    Annie becomes a one-man band to introduce the Funsters to the world of hearing and demonstrates in her own whimsical style how our ears provide enjoyment, help us learn and communicate, and alert us to events and hazards throughout the day.

    Annie explains some common ear problems, including blockage, infection, and hearing impairment. She helps kids recognize symptoms of these conditions and, with the help of the Funsters, demonstrates what to expect on a visit to the doctor’s office.

    Annie stresses the first principle of ear safety: Don’t put anything in your ears smaller than your elbow! She also warns against too much loud noise or music, blowing in someone’s ear, or rough play that might damage ears. 

    Annie also talks to Funsters about how children with serious hearing impairment communicate, learn and play.

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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

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  • Jomo and Mata

    Two elephants learn the uniqueness of one another by learning about sibling rivalry

    Promote understanding and respect among brothers and sisters. Jomo is four years younger than Mata. Little brother can't hope to match Mata at digging into the dry earth with his feet and tusks to find underground water. Jomo might just as well rest in his brother's shadow and play a tune on his trunk. But when the riverbed dries up, thirsty Jomo learns that digging a well is sometimes more important than besting his brother. The dramatic Jomo and Mata video features the sprawling vistas of the East African savannah and its beguiling inhabitants, and the storybook's colorful endpages present a host of facts about the African grasslands. 

    Jomo and Mata will help you:

    • Look at family life among the giants of the land
    • Investigate the important issue of sibling rivalry
    • Promote an awareness of the uniqueness of each student
    • Explore the land and inhabitants of East Africa

    "Highly recommended for classroom use, Grades K-4." —Small Press Magazine

    Author Alyssa Chase

    Illustrator Andra Chase

    Key Concept: Sibling Rivalry

    Age Group: Grades K-4

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