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FRANKLIN AND THE SECRET CLUB

What to know: Based on the book series by Brenda Clark and Paulette Bourgeois, Franklin the Turtle teaches children how to solve problems on their own, although sometimes he does still need help from his parents or friends.
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Recommended age 2-5
25 minutes
VIDEO
UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT
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Captivating. They wanted to see it again immediately. Kids seemed sensitive to Franklin's feelings. "We could watch it together and laugh." "Made me think about being nice."
Content is refreshingly meaningful. Issues of friendship, belonging and honesty are dealt with appropriately and relevantly in situations common to preschoolers - teasing, exclusion and sharing. High learning potential.
Based on the book series by Brenda Clark and Paulette Bourgeois, Franklin the Turtle teaches children how to solve problems on their own, although sometimes he does still need help from his parents or friends. the characters on the show as role models for ideal behavior, even though they aren't always perfect. In this episode, when Porcupine, jealous of Franklin's popularity, creates a secret club for the sole purpose of keeping him out, Franklin teaches her the true meaning of friendship.
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