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#10135/1945  AIM HIGH! Success in School and Out DVD
Thinking positive has proven to be a trait of successful people in almost every aspect of life. Whether it's educational advancement, business or sports success, or just getting out of an everyday tight jam, the ability to envision a desirable outcome makes every endeavor more interesting and enjoyable even if it doesn't always work out exactly as planned. Grades 5 to 9

Can having a positive attitude really make things turn out better? Is there really a 'power of positive thinking'? Viewers learn that a negative attitude certainly will not help them achieve their goals and offers them some good examples of ways to look for the bright side. Grades 7 to 12

#6758/1945  DECISIONS, DECISIONS Student Workshop DVD
Recent studies have demonstrated what most parents and teachers of teens could have told them; that teenagers require help in developing good decision-making skills and foreseeing the consequences of their actions. This video provides a great new four step process to do just that. Grades 7 to 12

Many middle school age kids suffer deeply as a result of the FAILURES they experience...but are they really failures? This video provides a series of realistic, effective steps and skills to make successful undertakings more achievable for them. Grades 5 to 9

#11928/1945  GO FOR A GOAL: You Can Get There! DVD
This program shows young teens that to achieve a goal they will need to work hard, and risk the chance of failing. But, they see that in the long run, persistence pays off and that the satisfaction of reaching a goal is worth the effort. Grades 5 to 9

#10035/1945  I CAN'T DECIDE: Making Decisions DVD
Mort, a lively puppet friend, helps kids see the importance of considering the consequences of their decisions, getting enough information to make a decision and thinking about how they would feel if someone found out what they did. Grades K to 2

Primary school is a big step and for most kids involves feelings and emotions that are new to them. This video will help young viewers to better understand what is happening inside them as they are exposed to the real world of other people. Grades K to 2

#11441/1945  MAKING SMART CHOICES: It's Up to You DVD
In the middle school years, young teens are faced with making increasingly serious decisions that may involve their relationships with friends, the use of alcohol and drugs, and ethical choices about such things as cheating, lying, and breaking rules. This program is designed to present good decision-making skills to young adolescents in a way that challenges students to think about how they make important choices, what new skills they can actively use when making choices, and how to evaluate a decision once it's been made. Grades 5 to 9

Getting adolescents to focus their attention, to set themselves a goal or goals, to start to think about what direction they may want their lives to take is so very important. Reassuring them that this does not set things in stone but actually will begin to open doors for them, this set that comes in two formats for the price of one explains. Grades 5 to 12

This engaging hands-on workshop uses true-to-life situations to help middle schoolers explore the increasing responsibilities they have for themselves, their friends, their families and their community. Grades 5 to 9

What is a mistake anyway? Providing a definition that means something to elementary school age children is a challenge. Then convincing them to believe that mistakes are the way humans learn is even stranger. Young viewers are shown that everyone makes mistakes even though they also strive to not make them. They learn that it's ok to make mistakes, to admit them to oneself and others, and to learn from them wherever possible. Grades 3 to 5

#10003/1945  WHAT SHOULD I DO? Making Decisions DVD
One of the first steps in teaching children about being responsible for themselves is to make them aware that when they make decisions consequences will follow. Elementary school viewers are shown examples via age-appropriate vignettes so they start to see what a decision actually is and how results can differ by what choices are made. Grades 3 to 5


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