Stepping On Up DVD 4 Part Series
- Teach children how to step up to life’s challenges
- Each DVD includes 4 lessons plus a leader’s guide with discussion questions and activities
- Award winning DVD series!
- Grades: K-6
Stepping On Up with Michael Pritchard provides teachers, librarians, and counselors with a lively and powerful catalyst for group discussion and an invaluable enhancement to any character education, life skills or anti-bullying curriculum. Developed by the producer of LifeSteps and You Can Choose! and hosted by Michael Pritchard, this search-based program instills the necessary social and emotional skills to successfully navigate the profound challenges and changes of elementary school and the pre-teen years.
Each of the four programs includes 4 lessons, presenting real-life problems in a warm-hearted, humorous skit performed by Michael Pritchard and our lovable, zany puppet characters. Our problem-solving format sparks student discussion in guided brainstorming sessions with Michael bringing his trademark insight and caring humor to the research-based solutions. Each lesson includes two video segments plus a problem-solving leader's guide which provides detailed questions for a scripted discussion as well as follow-up activities. This comprehensive series brings valuable new insights for educators and a powerful array of tools for guiding students through this challenging period of rapid change.
Set includes one each of the following titles:
Stepping Up To Bullying Program
Lessons include: Dealing with Bullies, Standing up, Not Standing By, Reaching out to Victims, and Building Bully Free Schools/Communities
Stepping Up to Cyber Bullying Web Safety Program
Lessons include: Staying Safe on the Web, Protecting Yourself from Cyber bullying, Online Rumors, Texts, and Gossip, and Helping and Caring in a Digital World.
Stepping Up to Character Program
Lessons include: The Power of Respect, Making Responsible Choices, Using Good Judgment, and Being True to Yourself
Lessons include: Controlling Your Anger, Resolving Conflicts Creatively, Learning to Bounce Back, Choosing to Bounce Back