Product Number : 378586
Children learn the difference between "good touch," "bad touch," and "secret touch" in a sensitive, reassuring way. By observing children being assertive, they learn how to protect themselves. Two themes are emphasized: if a "secret touch" happens, the child needs to tell a trusted adult, and secret touching is not the child's fault. Kids readily identify with the green bear, Kelly, who makes mistakes but keeps trying to do his best. Interactive songs highlight this program. The original songs include "Looking in the Mirror," an upbeat, self-acceptance song; "Secret Touch;" and "Don't Be Afraid." This program is field-tested and proven effective. 20 minute DVD.
FIRST PLACE AWARD WINNER: National Council on Family Relations Media Award, Family Violence/Abuse category.
HONORABLE MENTION: International Cindy Competition
This product is also part of the Kelly Bear DVD Series.
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