Guidance Educational Videos
Grades 3-5 Using situations that middle-elementary students will readily recognize, the program dramatizes different examples of bullying behavior: physical bullying, teasing with put downs and taunts, spreading rumors, and harassing with threats and insults over the Internet.
Grades 3-5 Getting young victims of sexual abuse to tell someone can be a key step in preventing further abuse. Using one child's experience to demonstrate that no girl or boy ever needs to keep scary secrets, program helps abused children recognize that what they are experiencing is not the norm, and that they can be helped by telling an adult they can trust.
Friends are important to children, but what makes a good friend? Three age-appropriate scenarios show the youngest students that a friend is someone who makes you feel good about yourself, won’t talk you into doing something you know is wrong, and doesn’t make it hard for you to have friends other than them. After viewing this program, students will understand what it takes to be a good friend, realize they don't always have to say “yes” to a friend, and know it’s okay to have lots of friends. Includes 14 reproducible student worksheets on CD.
This video takes a look at a woman, who truly does have problems, but she doesn’t let these problems and difficulties get her down. She’s on the move, she’s working, she’s a motivator, and she just doesn’t let anything stop her from helping others.