Wednesday, December 26, 2012
DVD Review - Ruby's Studio: The Friendship Show
Join lovable host. Ruby, as she welcomes kids into her magical art studio for a day of creativity, fun and friendship. With the help of adorable animated segments, art projects and inspired original music, Ruby guides children through an adventure of learning about empathy, conflict resolution, The Golden Rule, and other ways to make and nurture lasting friendships.
"The Friendship Show" is available on The Mother Company website (themotherco.com) for download now. The Mother Company will be taking pre-sale orders for the DVD, which hit shelves today -- just in time for last minute Holiday gifts!
In short, "Ruby's Studio: The Friendship Show" is the continuation of The Mother Company's mission to "Help Parents Raise Good People." This time, Ruby's focus is friendship - helping young kids to make and nurture lasting friendships, with fun animated sequences, art projects and original music all geared toward helping kids to resolve conflict, show compassion, and encourage kindness toward their peers. Renowned parenting expert, Dr. Robyn Silverman, has contributed the pop-up parenting tips.
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My Take on the DVD
The Mother Company's motto is "Helping parents raise good people". The company has developed books, DVD's, activity books,and music which support children and parents in emotional issues and relationships
This particular book did a very good job of showing Sally's frustrations in a classroom activity. It described her feelings and visual clues she exhibited. The steps to problem solving were explained fully in terms a child could relate to in their life. I felt the book could be useful not only with a family situation but also in a classroom setting too.
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