Arthur Stands Up To Bullying #backtoschool

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Talk about a DVD that I love...  
I was not really sure what to expect when I started the Arthur DVD...  BUT  - I did know that Bullying is REALLY a big deal....  and I want Broxton prepared...
I believe that The Last Tough Customer is my favorite out of all of them...   It was a great way to see how bullying has an impact of those around you... but I also felt the same about So Funny I Forgot to Laugh...  All in all, I loved this DVD and was very happy to know it is part of our DVD collection now !

On this DVD:
The Last Tough Customer -
The Tough Customers realize it's time to quit bullying and set out to find a new hobby - but can Molly ever truly change her ways?
Brain's Chess Mess - Brain starts a chess club at school to improve his game and beat Los Dedos, the local chess master.  Who knew the best player in the club would be .. Rattles???
So Funny I Forgot To Laugh - Arthur things his jokes about Sue Ellen's new sweater are all in good fun but Sue Ellen's feelings are hurt.  Has Arthur become ...  a bully?
The Best Day Ever - It's a beautiful afternoon and everyone is reminiscing about their "best days."  Everyone, that is , except Arthur.  Is it possible he doesn't have one? 

DVD:
 As teachers and parents across the nation educate kids 
about the impact of bullying, the new DVD “ARTHUR 
STANDS UP TO BULLYING” presents an outstanding 
way to reinforce those lessons. In four entertaining 
episodes, the world’s most famous aardvark, Arthur Read, 
and his family and friends, stand up to bullying, learn 
about teasing, and think about friendship. Almost 10M
households tune in to watch “ARTHUR” each month! 
The series has been honored with numerous awards, 
including three Daytime Emmy Awards® for 
Outstanding Children’s Animated Program, as well as the 
prestigious George Foster Peabody Award.
Series Information: 
Aimed at viewers between the ages of four and eight,
“ARTHUR’s” goals are to help foster an interest in 
reading and writing, to encourage positive social skills, 
and to model age-appropriate problem-solving strategies.
Based on the children’s books by Marc Brown, the show 
chronicles the adventures of Arthur through engaging, 
emotional stories that explore issues faced by real kids. It 
is a comedy that tells these stories from a kid’s point of 
view without moralizing or talking down.

Comments

  1. I like that anti-bullying is a message that is so front and center these days!

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