"Respect"is showing others that they are valued for who they are, for their character, not what they look like or what they have. It means treating others the way you want to be treated, never insulting of making fun of others who are different in looks, race, ability, or religion. A respectful person is polite, does not use bad language, and never hits or uses violence
Kids For Character went on sale in April of 1996 from Lyrick Studios. Click on the picture for more information.
WHAT YOU SAW:
Barney, Min, Tosha, and Shawn help Baby Bop learn about respect. Through a song and skits about teasing, acceptance of others, not bullying or fighting, courtesy to elders, and general polite behavior, Baby Bop gains a much better understanding of respect.
If I'm correct I do expect you'd like to learn about respect....
What to ask:
If someone doesn't look the same, don't be shy, just ask their name.....
Someone else to be nice to, are people who are older than you....
What to do:
Barney, Shawn, Min, and Tosha really helped Baby Bop learn about respect, now they can have lots more fun playing together.
Copyright 1996 by The CHARACTER COUNTS! COALITION A project of the Joseph & Edna Josephson Institute of Ethics-a nonprofit, tax-exempt, public benefit organization. BARNEY AND THE BACKYARD GANG and BARNEY AND FRIENDS were originally developed by Sheryl Leach, Kathy Parker, and Dennis DeShazer. The characters and the names Barney, Baby Bop, and BJ are trademarks of the Lyons Group.
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