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Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs DVD #7 School Edition

Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs DVD #7 School Edition
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    Format: DVD
    Publisher: Rising Star Education
    Series: Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs
    Ages: 4 to 7
    Size: 5¼ X 7½
    Running Time (Minutes): Approx. 44 minutes
    For Grades: Pre-K to 1
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    Harry is a typical five-year-old with a healthy imagination who seeks to resolve his conflicts and frustrations through the use of imaginary friends and an imaginary world. He lives with his mother, his Nana and his older sister. His best friends are his toy dinosaurs whom he keeps in a bucket–but he and his Nana know that his dinosaurs can come to life! Harry's bucket leads to Dino World, where he can creatively and fancifully find solutions for real world situations that are hard to handle.

    • For pre-K - grade 1
    • English and Spanish
    • Teacher's guide included as PDF on DVD (English only)
    • Four 11-minute episodes per disc

    Self-Reliance: I'm King Harry

    Harry jumps in his bucket to Dino World to embark on a noble quest to find Nana's missing glasses. He demonstrates his self-reliance and independence as he overcomes a number of challenges in Dino World.

    Kindness: What's a Quest?

    Harry is curious to know what a 'quest' is after he sees Sam reading a book about Jason and the Quest for the Golden Fleece.

    Sharing: School's Out

    When Harry comes home with exciting tales to share from his day at school, the Dinos wish they could go to school too. Harry thinks that Dino World may be the place to look for a Dino school–and lo and behold, when they arrive they find a school ready-and-waiting for them.

    Joyfulness: I've Got the Giggles

    Harry has the giggles and they're contagious! Before long, all the Dinos are in stitches too and are surprised when they hear a voice telling them to stop laughing.