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GreatKids Videos

Cá tiềnVideo Series

92 "Emotional smarts" videos

Emilia’s story

Cá tiềnGreatSchools’ weekly grade-based newsletters empower parents to support their child’s academic and social-emotional learning. One reader shares the role the newsletters have played in her life.

Kids with character: Generosity

Generosity boosts happiness, has a ripple effect, and can be taught. See how this family’s $100 giving challenge resulted in something extraordinary.

Helping your child choose good friends

Parents learn helpful ways to explain to their child about what makes a good friend and how friends should treat each other. Parents will also learn how to help their child communicate clearly to other children. The video is most appropriate for parents of children in first grade, second grade, and third grade.

3 surprising tips for raising honest kids

Cá tiềnWant your child to tell the truth? Here's what research shows really works — and a common mistake that actually encourages lying.

Help your child resist peer pressure

Help your child stay safe and out of trouble by saying "no" to peer pressure.

What kids want in a president

Cá tiềnWe asked kids what qualities they think our country's next leader should have.

Do you feel me? A game about emotions

Hear kids' stories. Guess their emotions.

When parents disagree | Through a child's eyes

Mom's rules or Dad's rules? Faced with two very different parenting styles, this boy makes a surprising insight.

A tasty way to teach little ones how to wait

Making pizza gives preschoolers a chance to practice waiting — and maybe even learn a little patience!

Chore wars | Through a child's eyes

Why is it so hard to get your child do chores? Hear one girl's tips for parents on getting kids to help around the house.

What would your child do? | Caught being kind

Kids are learning emotional intelligence skills at school. But how will they act when no adults are around? It's not always easy to do the kind thing.

Would your child help? | Caught being kind

Schools are teaching kids emotional intelligence skills. But do lessons about kindness stick even when no adults are around? Watch how these kids react to a fellow student in need.