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Families Talk About...Encouraging Positive Activities

Families Talk About...Encouraging Positive Activities

No. 6403D


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English 6403 $79.95  
Spanish 1255 $79.95  


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series created by James Sayre, M.D.; produced by Rose Films, Inc.
Married and single parents talk about the importance of healthy activities such as music, sports, daily chores, and family fun time. They advise other parents to be consistent in these activities to help kids learn how to stick with something and not give up when it becomes difficult. They also discuss how these activities teach skills, improve school performance and build confidence—as well as steer children away from negative influences. Comes with discussion guidelines.

Topics covered include:

  • Routine activities around the house
  • Extracurricular activities (sports, music lessons, art
  • Benefits of positive activities
  • Importance of parents devoting time to activities
  • What to do when it becomes too much
  • Importance of balance and flexibility
  • This video is available in English or dubbed in Spanish. (18 min.) 1255D

    Winner! 2004 Silver World Medal, New York Festivals

    Winner! CINE Golden Eagle Award (Fall 2003)

    "A highly recommended addition to school, community library, and family counseling center video collections, Families Talk About...Encouraging Positive Activities is the fifth and latest volume in the "Families Talk About" video series. An 18-minute presentation looks at two intact families and two single-parent families, while encouraging the positive values of music, sports, daily chores and family fun time. Families Talk About...Encouraging Positive Activities offers viewers a rewarding wealth of advice and meaning, and features a crucial recommendation for kids to stick with an activity and not give up because it becomes difficult."
    -The Midwest Book Review's Wisconsin Bookwatch, December 2003

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