Friendship

Two Friends: Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass

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Two friends, Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass, get together for tea and conversation. They recount their similar stories fighting to win rights for women and African Americans.

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Elementary
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Two Friends: Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass

Friendshape

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The bestselling creators of EXCLAMATION MARK! introduce a triangle, circle, square, and rectangle who celebrate the gift of friendship.

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Primary
Elementary
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Friendshape

Happy Healthy Kids | Amazing Us!

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In this episode of Happy Healthy Kids, Miss Kelsey helps kids reflect on how our differences make us extra special. Comparing our likes and dislikes leads us to identify connections with each other and recognize how beautiful and awesome we are!

ARTHUR | So Funny I Forgot to Laugh (Video)

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Find out what happens when Arthur’s friendly teasing goes too far in this in this video from the PBS children’s series ARTHUR. Arthur teases Sue Ellen about her new sweater even after Sue Ellen and their other friends ask him to stop. Arthur finally realizes he was wrong, but can he find a way to apologize to Sue Ellen and save their friendship?

This video can be used with The AIM Buddy Project | An ARTHUR Social, Emotional, and Character Development Curriculum.

ARTHUR | Dear Adil (Video)

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Arthur uses false information to make assumptions about his new pen pal from Turkey in this video from the PBS children’s series ARTHUR. When Arthur starts writing to his new pen pal, Adil, he uses information he read in a comic book about Adil’s country. When Adil is uncomfortable with Arthur’s silly questions, Adil stops writing back. Arthur re-examines his approach and looks for other accurate sources of information.

This video can be used with The AIM Buddy Project | An ARTHUR Social, Emotional, and Character Development Curriculum.

Help Each Other | The Healthy Kids Project

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Learn why it's important to help each other.

Not About Perfection | The Healthy Kids Project

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Mistakes are a natural part of learning. It’s important to speak with kindness, encouragement, and compassion, whether we are talking to ourselves or to others.

Unified Sports | Move to Include

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Learn about unified sports through Special Olympics in communities or schools. Everyone on the team, with and without disabilities, is included and learns how to play as part of a team for fun, recreation and competitions. Athletes get to know each other as people and team members which helps them to appreciate what they all have to contribute.

Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

How Many Friends Can You Have? | BrainCraft

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Is there a limit to the number of relationships we can maintain? And could that be changing with our ever-expanding use of online social networks?

Even If They’re Wrong, They’re Right | American Masters

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Celebrated American novelist Phillip Roth is the author of 27 award-winning books - most of which have received national and/or international critical acclaim.In this video segment, Roth shares many of the details of his unique writing process.For each book in development, Roth relies upon the candid feedback of a trusted coterie of friends. Ultimately though, Roth decides what changes he will make to the manuscripts. Even if Roth disagrees with his friends’ suggestions, he says their feedback is vital because it opens up his thinking and gives him a fresh perspective on his work.

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