Connect with Kids for Kids & Parents

These flexible videos can be used with both parents and students. Each 22-minute video contains five segments dubbed in Spanish.

The Connecting with Kids videos explore a variety of issues important to parents, children and teens. Produced by the award-winning CWK Network, Inc., each video is presented in a fast-moving documentary style that packs in a lot of information while keeping the viewer’s attention.

Other Program Materials:

Connect with Kids Spanish videos for kids & parents (set of 5 DVDs)

SKU: 5289SP

$319.00Learn More

Connecting with Kids: Character Education for Elementary School (set of 6 DVDs)

SKU: 5200D

$349.00Learn More

Connecting with Kids Video 1: Perseverance/Responsibility/Tolerance

SKU: 5201D

$69.95Learn More

Connecting with Kids Video 2: Helpfulness/Kindness/Loyalty

SKU: 5202D

$69.95Learn More

Connecting with Kids Video 3: Courage/Diligence/Caring

SKU: 5203D

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Connecting with Kids Video 4: Self-Control/Fairness/Togetherness

SKU: 5204D

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Connecting with Kids Video 5: Honesty/Freedom/Courtesy

SKU: 5205D

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Connecting with Kids Video 6: Generosity/Trustworthiness/Cooperation

SKU: 5206D

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Connecting with Kids for Parents: Beyond Words (DVD)

SKU: 5231D

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Testimonials/Media Reviews

“An excellent teaching tool that presents crucial life lessons in a creative, practical way . . .”

– Video Librarian magazine

Sept/Oct 2003

Research

  • The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) selected Connect with Kids as an effective, results-oriented curriculum.The 2004-2005 research study included more than 800 students across five diverse school districts at the elementary, middle and high school levels. The results reported by independent research firm, Compass Consulting, show that the Connect with Kids program improves student behavior in significant and important ways across multiple character skills, including teasing and bullying behaviors, cheating and lying, respect for classmates and teachers, violence prevention, and academic perseverance. The What Works Clearinghouse inclusion further validates these results and the program’s success. Click here for the WWC report.The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) was established in 2002 by the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences to provide educators, policymakers, researchers, and the public with a central and trusted source of scientific evidence of what works in education. What Works Clearinghouse collects, screens, and identifies studies of the effectiveness of educational interventions. Source: whatworks.ed.gov.

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