A Child's Eye View Of Recyclers

Ref: 5060094290096 - 121013
What happens to our rubbish when it's been collected?
Megan, Jamie and the refuse collectors and recyclers is an award-winning film designed to explain the process of recycling to young children. It shows Megan (5) and Jamie (6) following their rubbish to the landfill site, then finding out how it can be recycled. See the bulldozers at the landfill site; watch plastic bags, glass, paper and tins being recycled; see Christmas trees being made into compost and Jamie and Megan making their own compost at home.
As well as live action with Megan, Jamie and recyclers, the DVD includes a fun 'school' section, with imaginative ideas for role play, singing and games.
Entertaining as well as being highly educational, young children will want to watch it again and again!

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Price: £5
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Benefits

This DVD is recommended by teachers and will help:

Educate your child - by developing their vocabulary and knowledge and understanding of the world.

Inspire your child’s imaginative role play, and encourage them to write and think creatively.

Entertain your child - with exciting live action footage shot from a child’s eye view.

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A Child's Eye View Of Nurses and Doctors
Ref: 5060094290133 - 121014
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How do nurses and doctors help make us better?
Ruby and the health workers is an award-winning film which shows Ruby both as a patient, and being a doctor for the day! See Ruby visiting the medical centre with a sore throat, accompanying her baby sister to the clinic and going behind the scenes in the pharmacy. Find out what happens when 'Dr Ruby' goes on her ward rounds at the hospital, and learns about X ray machines and plaster casts.
As well as live action with Ruby as both patient and 'doctor', the DVD includes a fun 'school section', with imaginative ideas for role play, singing and games.
Entertaining and highly educational, children aged 3+ will want to watch it again and again!

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