Students learn that talking during a lesson not only distracts the class, but keeps everyone from learning.
Students are more engaged when they can relate to a character. They love it that the WonderGrove kids are a lot like them.
Students learn that keeping your hands to yourself is the best policy when communicating with others.
Before watching another lesson, strengthen your student’s trust in the characters. Now connect with Maria.
This lesson will save precious time managing the seemingly simple process of getting in line.
Students should have empathy and trust for the characters. This bio does that.
Wait patiently in lines; don't push or disturb the people around you.
Before diving into lessons, students should have empathy and trust for the characters. This bio does that.
Playtime is more fun when we work together and share our toys.
A great day starts with a warm greeting to your teacher and classmates.
Being familiar with each character makes every lesson fun to watch. This bio introduces Chris.
Stick to it! Persevere in tasks through to completion; remaining focused. Look for new ways to reach your goal when stuck.
Take your time! Think before acting; remain calm, thoughtful, and deliberative.
What is a bully? Sometimes it can be difficult to explain. This lesson makes it easy, and teaches students what to do if they ever witness bullying.
Students learn that using inside voices isn't just a rule for the classroom, but for the entire school building as well.
This lesson teaches safety with a fun song that students will want to hear again and again.
There's no reason to be embarrassed to ask for help. Students learn that asking the teacher for help is actually the smart thing to do!
How often do students forget to raise their hands? This lesson serves as a friendly reminder that will help them remember.
Using words like, "please," "thank you," and "excuse me," is a solid life skill to establish.
When we're outside we can use our running feet. When we're in the classroom we use our walking feet.
Learning to be courteous at recess lays the foundation for being courteous in all walks of life.
Germs can make us sick! Students learn why they should wash their hands frequently.
Being considerate for the belongings of others is something students don't always remember. This lesson teaches them that it's always better to be respectful.
Lying can feel easy, but it always has consequences. Students learn that being honest is the best choice.
Music makes learning fun! Students will enjoy this heartfelt song and be motivated to recycle.
This music video encourages students to use their imaginations, exercise, exercise creativity their minds and go outside to play.
Kids will get ready for the new school year by learning some of the basic school rules.
Knowing which school supplies to take home and which school supplies to leave at school saves time for everyone.