SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAMS
Sexual abuse of children is not going away anytime soon. Our children are naturally innocent and therefore vulnerable to predators and their cunning ways. It is impossible to watch over and protect our young people 24/7.
What we can do is provide them with information about the dangers out in the world, so that if they do get that "Oh-Oh" feeling they will know how to Say No, Get Away, and Tell Someone.
These four video programs have been carefully designed to educate and enlighten with out being scary. They open the door to the problem and give children permission to discus the issues openly. Each DVD comes with a study guide that will facilitate an open dialogue. We hope these four short previews will speak for themselves.
There’s never been a spokes-puppy quite so charming, so lovable or so persuasive! Sooper Puppy programs have been designed specifically for the younger viewer, speaking to children in a language they understand. They help children develop self-esteem, honest consideration, understanding and self-love. Sooper Puppy also examines the dangers of tobacco, alcohol and drugs. Every program contains an enlightening “story within a story” animated segment that reinforces the lesson.
Each DVD program has both English and Spanish audio tracks.
"I am a guidance counselor in a public school and visit the classrooms every two weeks for guidance lessons. Last year, I introduced Sooper Puppy to my first grade classes. I found that this program was a great reinforcement for our character education program.
I was borrowing these vides from our county public school Guidance Resource Library. Often times when I would request a Sooper Puppy video, they would have already been checked out by another counselor. They are very popular here.
My first graders would always greet me when I entered the classroom with, “Do you have Sooper Puppy?” Sometimes they were disappointed because I was unable to acquire one for the lesson. When I did have one, they were delighted. They would clap and then sit quietly, mesmerized by the antics of Sooper Puppy and his friends. When asked to summarize the story, it was clear that they understood the meaning of the video.
This year, I began my guidance lessons in September. When I walked into all four second grades, I was met with, “Do you have Sooper Puppy?” I told them that I used them for Grade 1 only. They were very disappointed. So I promised them if I found any new Sooper Puppy videos that they had not seen, I would show them to them, as well as to the first graders. They cheered. Then I went on line to see what I could find. I thought any guidance video that produces that kind of reaction needs to be in this building. I found that there were many that they had not seen. So I am ordering more for my school. The children love Sooper Puppy and the lessons that he teaches are essential to any guidance curriculum! Thank you for producing such entertaining and quality videos!"
Sugarland Elementary School