Tips, advice and resources for parents and teachers
Updated May 2022!
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Kiddie Viddie videos feature children and teenagers performing original songs that teach practical and character-building lessons in a fun, fast-moving way that kids around the world relate to and enjoy. These videos have received widespread acclaim from parents and educators alike, and are ideal for babies, toddlers and preschoolers:
Treasure Attic is an educational entertainment series for children ages 2 and up. Each 30-minute episode of this children’s video series features its personable host Uncle Jim, his lovable sheepdog Peepers, and the energetic word-defining Bunny Bigword. Together they convey meaningful and lively lessons through songs and fun adventures. Focus skills include health habits, safety awareness, problem solving, social skills, manners, consideration, getting along with others, and care for the environment:
Character-building stories for children featuring fun dinosaur friends. Featured values include courtesy, healthy habits, obedience, honesty, resolving conflicts, forgiveness and thinking about others.
Animated Hero Classics
Animated Hero Classics is an educational Animated television series of programs co-produced by Nest Family Entertainment and Warner Bros. The series, geared toward elementary school aged children, teaches important lessons such as teamwork, unselfishness, and perseverance.
Adventures from the Book of Virtues
Adventures from the Book of Virtues is an animated made for TV series. It features two children, Zach and Annie, who learn an array of life lessons from Plato the Bison, Aurora the Hawk, Aristotle the Prairie Dog and Socrates the Bobcat. Drawing inspiration from the Bible, fairy tales, mythology and folk stories from various cultures, this show is sure to appeal to children from all walks of life. Each episode is about half an hour in length and the shows can be viewed in any order. The full series can be found here.
If you're a parent, you need to take a long, hard look at what's out there and decide if that's how you want your children to turn out, because what they watch and listen to and imitate today, they will become tomorrow. - D.B. Berg