Educational & Guidance Topics
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 is your ticket to understand the good, the bad and the key components of the AP Biology exam. There’s more to this test than just filling in those tiny little circles, and this cast of young actors breaks it down so you’ll know how to take the test, master the free response section and brush up on the 30 most important topics.
AP* U.S. History is the most taken AP* exam, with over 360,000 students taking the test in 2009. This video program fully prepares students with thorough explanations of the most pivotal events in U.S. history. 30 key topics are reviewed ranging from Articles of Confederation all the way through the Civil Rights Movement & Vietnam war.