This video is in the On-Core collection.
"As a citizen of a community, we all have rights and responsibilities. In this program, students will join our hosts Kirstie and Sean to learn how and why communities make and enforce laws. The program reveals how rules are linked to safety and designed to support fairness, and explains why there must be consequences for breaking community rules. Students will also discover how rules in a classroom and at home are just as important as the rules in a town or city. Students also hear from Coast Tsminshian First Nations Elder and Educator, Shannon Thunderbird who tells children of the Seven Sacred Teachings - love, respect, courage, honesty, wisdom, humility, and truth. Shannon uses her storytelling ability in sharing with children how each of these rules from our First Nations culture can help us be better people."
This film is from the National Film Board of Canada.
"This short animated film stars Christopher, a terrific kid with one major problem… he's messy! His shoes smell funky, his fish bowl stinks, and even the cockroaches can't stand it. In the chaos of Christopher's room, his fish rise up from their scummy bowl in protest. They enlist the help of a fastidious cockroach. Together, the fish and the roaches hatch a plan that will change Christopher's life and his cleaning habits forever.
Part of the Talespinners collection, which uses vibrant animation to bring popular children’s stories from a wide range of cultural communities to the screen."
YouTube star Andrew Huang drops by to help two Kids clean their room and create an original song out of the sounds they make.
Join Duane as he helps kids deal with everyday problems.
"Explore ways to help out a community in this story of Franklin and his friends. Franklin tries to find a job he can do well and ends up finding jobs for his friends instead. He realizes that designating jobs was helping out everyone."