A Story about Making and Managing Money
When Teddy teases Jeff Cassidy about being rich, Jeff invites Teddy to spend the weekend at his house to see how the “Rich Cassidy’s” actually live. Teddy is taken aback to discover firsthand that there is truly a price to be paid for everything. Kids will be encouraged to find satisfaction in the monetary choices they make while respecting the monetary choices of others.
A Story about Friendships
A.J.’s boasts about flying to Disneyland with his “super-rich friend” does not impress the HUMAN RACE CLUB members. While trying to acquire a new friend, A.J. neglects and puts into jeopardy his most valuable relationships. Kids will learn that friends should be chosen for who they are, not what they have. They will also learn that being a friend requires special effort.
A Story about Fights Between Brothers and Sisters
When Casey can’t stop his older sister, Theresa from teasing and embarrassing him, he decides to get back at her during a special presentation at her Sweet-Sixteen Birthday Party. Theresa discovers Casey’s plans at the last minute and panic and pandemonium ensues. Kids will learn positive alternatives to fighting and seeking revenge with siblings.
A Story about Prejudice and Discrimination
When A.J. and his pen pal, Joey discover their mutual interest in basketball, they become the best of friends. The chance to finally meet one another at a professional basketball game leads them to encounter prejudice where they least expect it. This video will help kids realize the negative effects of prejudice and discrimination and the importance of forming informed and intelligent opinions about others.
A Story about Handling Feelings
Maggie assumes that she is the best driver to represent the club in the Hometown Go-Cart Derby. However, her assumption is challenged when she discovers the HUMAN RACE CLUB members’ plans for the event and her runaway emotions steer her on a collision course to disaster. Kids will learn the importance of handling feelings appropriately.
A Story about Being Special
After the untimely death of Pamela’s classmate, Pamela is asked to write a sympathy letter to her friend’s family. While overcoming her resistance to writing the letter and rising to the challenge, Pamela makes an important discovery about herself and everyone else. Kids will learn that every human being is special.