How to Do Homework Without Throwing Up - Digital Download
When procrastinators, Jack and Skye are suddenly thrown from Trevor's sketchbook into the Amazon jungle, they begin to see their assignment in a whole new light. If they don't break the "Curse of the Golden Goat, " Skye us doomed to remain a hairy goat-girl forever! Their only chance of making it back home is to show Trevor they've learned valuable study skills and can finish their homework, without throwing up.
A student frustrated with studying or completing homework assignments may quickly fall behind in class or lose interest in virtual learning or in-person studies at school. As an educator, counselor and adult, you are aware of the impact that homework anxiety can have on a student's academic performance in the classroom. This fun and engaging live-action animation help students understand their own feelings, empower them with tools to proactively cope with those feelings and conquer unnecessary stress. Plus, this movie offers students to develop better student skills, build self-confidence and encourage strong academic performance.
2005 Telly Award Finalist - Children Audience Category
Communicator Award - Crystal Award of Excellence
iParenting Media Awards - 2006 Outstanding Product Award
Kids First! 2005 Best Independent Series for Ages 5 - 8
Kids First! Endorsement
Parents' Choice Award - Recommended
Interest Level: Ages 6–13
Run Time: 30 minutes
Studio: Porchlight Home Entertainment
File Type: .mp4 about 491MB
"...so popular with kids and parents..."
Los Angeles Times, Richard Kahlenberg
"After seeing this, I intend to purchase other titles in this series! Trevor Romain is a master at presenting sensitive subjects to children."
Kids First! Librarian Reviewer
"...these fast-paced episodes candy-coat the messages with fun."
Entertainment Weekly, March 11, 2005
"Clever premise. Amusing treatment of a serious, universal topic. Addresses kids directly, giving detailed, funny answers to their questions."
Kids First!, January 2005
"Humor rules this tutorial for young tweens from Trevor Romain, who explains how a schedule can ease the homework grind."
Parenting.com, April 2005
"The punchy videos offer kids lessons on ways to cope with a variety of issues ..."
Austin Family Magazine, February 2005
"There's something Mr. Rogers-ish in the way Trevor Romain approaches kids and tries to help them with their problems."
The Dallas Morning News, January 26, 2005
"...should be on the shelves of every school and community library in the country."
Midwest Book Review
"In a playfully slapdash style, Jack and Skye contend with schoolyard toughs, geometry homework, and the loss of loved ones. A live-action Trevor Romain...tossing out advice and scribbling helpful maxims ("Start with the hardest assignment!" and "Keep a journal!") amid the scenery...The homework episode is particularly ambitious..."
The Austin Chronicle, Jan. 7, 2005
"...present powerful messages that prepare children for happy and successful lives and empower families to talk about life’s tough situations in an honest and caring way."
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