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I BELIEVE IN ME!

What to know: Real kids in real life scenarios, magically teaching through a new use of color, the EQ skills of character, confidence, respecting differences, being a friend, being helpful, discovering awe and learning about a belief in self and others.
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Recommended age 2-5
30 minutes
DVD
EQ MEDIA
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The cartoon segments were a big hit. "All of the little girls and boys were playing nicely and they weren't mad when the girl found them in hide and seek." The children talk a lot about the foods show and wanting to eat them. There was lots of giggling at the fox and the floating frog. Children sang along. The children enjoy thinking about what the colors mean to them; "My brown is my daddy," "My wow is Eloise my cat."
This film asks some simple questions that require us to dig deep for answers of emotion and thought. Puts forth good ideals that are connected in our memory with colors and activities. Sweet and peaceful experience. Opens up a new way for children to look at the world around them. Colors are used to signify ideals like "being the best you can be," "be good, be kind and be nice," and "giving food to the hungry." I enjoyed watching children play and share their thoughts. The EQ (emotion quotient) and equating a color with feelings and objects are interesting concepts. Explores the feelings and perceptions of young children. Exhibits stress free times of play and rest and celebrates happy memories of childhood.
Real kids in real life scenarios, magically teaching through a new use of color, the EQ skills of character, confidence, respecting differences, being a friend, being helpful, discovering awe and learning about a belief in self and others.
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