Free Videos for Grades K-3
The goal of the age appropriate Protect Yourself Rules is to educate children in Grades K-3 about what to do if they experience abusive behavior, educate them about safe & unsafe touches, and encourage them to go to a parent or another trusted adult for help.
Free videos for Grades 4-6
The goal of the age appropriate Protect Yourself Rules is to educate children in Grades 4-6 about what to do if they experience abusive behavior, educate them about safe & unsafe touches, and encourage them to go to a parent or another trusted adult for help.
3 Free Videos for Grades Pre-K to 2nd
Register now to sample three classroom social skills for grades K-2 to teach students “To Ask the Teacher for Help”, why it’s important to “Raise Your Hand and Wait to Be Called On” and why to “Stand Quietly in Line.”
3 Free Videos for Grades Pre-K to 3rd
Teachers in grades K –6 can register here to sample three free Habits of Mind videos that promote mental in elementary school. The research-based lessons are “Managing Impulsivity”, “Thinking About Your Thinking” and “Listening with Understanding and Empathy.”
Free Videos for Grades Pre-K to 2nd
Research proves that when children form an emotional connection with animated characters, they will copy the behavior in the story. If Shrek loves onions kids will want to love onions. If Popeye loves spinach kids want to love spinach. This is why we feature our characters in love with nutritious foods - so students will love nutritious foods as well.
Free videos for grades 7-12
Wonder Media created this animated series for the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center to raise awareness and prevent sexual abuse for teens if they experience abusive behavior, educate them about what to do and encourage them to go to a parent or a trusted adult for help.
Free Mental Health Animations
Wonder Media created 7 powerful animated stories for the Cook Center for Human Connection told over 24 episodes. In each episode, relatable teen characters wrestle with challenges that are all too familiar for many teens and discover strategies to cope when it feels like their own thoughts are against them. Over the course of each character’s journey, they realize that “life is worth living.”
If you see something, say something!
Wonder Media created the short film “Are You Okay?”for the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center as a think piece to capture the emotion of suffering from bullying that is so often difficult to put into words. To notice someone is in pain and to feel someone else’s pain, and then take action, no matter how small the gesture requires courage, empathy and deep compassion. The simple act of asking someone “are you okay” can begin the healing process.
Recognizing a Trusted Adult.
Wonder Media created the short film “Is Anybody Out There?” for the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center Foundation to promote the importance of a trusted adult in a young adult’s life and the courage it takes for a teenager to tell their story when confronted by abuse from an adult.
Ask. Listen. Respect.
Ask. Listen. Respect. Wonder Media created the short film “Are You Listening?” for the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center Foundation to explore the idea of consent with teens and the importance of “ask, listen, and respect.” Youth who experience sexual assault are more likely to be victimized by a peer or a partner, and of the 1 in 4 girls who suffer some type of sexual assault by age 18, nearly 30% are victimized by a current partner.
Parent Guidance Playbooks
The Parent Guidance Playbooks feature licensed therapists breaking down and explaining the lessons featured in each animated story. The therapists provide expert advice to parents and educators about how to use the lessons to connect in a meaningful way with teens.