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Videos to Share with your Student(s):

Video 1:

"Please, Please, the Bees" by Gerald Kelley, read by Rashida Jones:This story is about a bear of habit, and teaches a lesson on how to think of others, and how to respect one another.
Recommended Grade Level to enjoy video: Pre-K - 2nd Grade.

LINK: Please Please the Bees read by Rashida Jones - YouTube


"Quackenstein Hatches a Family" by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen, illustrated by Brian T. Jones, read by Kristen Bell (Voice of Anna from Frozen)
The story is about how Quack learns to care for another, and learns that others need him, just as much as he needs others.
Recommended Grade Level to enjoy video: Pre-K - 2nd Grade.

LINK: Quackenstein Hatches a Family read by Kristen Bell - YouTube


Mindfulness is teaching your student how to breath properly. If they learn how to do this, it will help calm them down whenever they are afraid, angry, or sad. If students learn how to use mindfulness techniques, it will help them to better self-manage their emotions. 
Most lower elementary classes have seen this video before, so they should remember it, and know what to do, but it needs to be practiced when they feel overwhelmed, or they will forget about it. 

LINK: Mindful Ozzy Introduces Mindfulness (Pre-k to Grade 2) - YouTube


How to Deal with Mean People
Everyone encounters mean people. There are multiple ways in dealing with people that you come across that are not nice to you, but it's important to know that violence is never the answer, because that is not the answer in current adult life either.
There are several answers, but the video below helps in outlining some ways of dealing with mean people, or when you feel like you're being harassed.
This video's grade level is probably best for 3rd grade - 6th grade.
​Some have seen it before, but it is a good reminder.

LINK: Ways to Stop Bullying - YouTube


Sesame Street Growth Mindset with Bruno Mars, and Sesame Street Be Yourself with

VIDEO 5 LINK: Sesame Street: Bruno Mars: Don't Give Up - YouTube

VIDEO 6 LINK: Sesame Street: Sings "What I Am" - YouTube

Parent Resources

PBS Bookfinder Webpage:

Search for your child a book by what theme or lesson you would like them to learn about. Just plug in the age of your child and the lesson you would like them to learn and let the website find a book for your child.

 PBS KIDS for Parents

Tips to Help with Student Behavior:

Tips to help with student behavior.

Behavior at Home | Center for Parent Information and Resources (

Kids and Food: 10 Tips for Parents:

Guidelines to help your child maintain eating healthy.

Kids and Food: 10 Tips for Parents (for Parents) - Nemours Kidshealth

Helping Kids Deal with Bullies:

If your child is being bullied, there are ways to help him or her cope with it on a day-to-day basis and lessen its lasting impact. And even if bullying isn't an issue right in your house right now, it's important to discuss it so your kids will be prepared if it does happen.

Helping Kids Deal With Bullies (for Parents) - Nemours Kidshealth

Teaching Kids Not to Bully:

Has your child gotten in trouble for picking on others or been labeled a bully?  Learn more about why kids bully and how to help them stop bullying.

Teaching Kids Not to Bully (for Parents) - Nemours Kidshealth

Resources for Behavioral/Emotional Issues to Help Your Student:

After clicking the link, you can click on “Emotional” or “Behavior” to see a list of student issues, and helpful information on how to help your student.

Emotions & Behavior (for Parents) - Nemours Kidshealth

Student Center:

A collection of educational resources just for kids.

3-6 Student Interactives - UEN

Safe Internet Surfing Parents' Guide:

How to Surf the Internet Safely - Protecting Your Kids on the Internet (

K – 6th Career Resources and How to be Successful in School:

Elementary Publications (