Facing Fear Without Freaking Out DVD
Come one, come all! Step right up to Screamworks Island, where every kid must not only face their fears but deal with them once and for all! In order to overcome their fears, but deal with them once and for all! In order to overcome their fears, Jack and Skye must admit they're afraid and then face their anxieties head-on. It will take lots of advice from Trevor for the kids to conquer creepy spiders, dizzying heights, and other fears that are awaiting them at Screamworks Island.
A child or student struggling with fears may not know how to handle such emotions or thoughts. As an adult, you are aware of the impact that fear and anxiety can have on a child's performance in the classroom and at home. This fun and engaging movie help kids understand their own feelings, empowers them with tools to proactively cope with those feelings and conquer unnecessary stress. This animated and live-action film helps children and students to understand how to tackle their fears, build self-confidence and encourage strong academic performance and strive to their best selves.
SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDES:
-An interview with Trevor Romain
-Trevor Live on Fear for Students
-Trevor Live on Fear for Educators
-Spanish Language Track and Subtitles
-"No Tengas Miedo" Music and Karaoke Videos
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
Number of Disks: 1
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada Only)
Case Dimensions: 7.5" x 5.5" x 0.5" ( Length x Width x Depth)
"The animation, inspired by Romain's acclaimed drawings, is lively and colorful, the advice wise, and the entire enterprise amuses while it subtly enlightens in a snappy way..."
"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
"...a fabulous choice for classroom use...would lead naturally into important discussions about fear and coping. You might even want to show it before the next standardized test."
School Library Journal
"...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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