A One-of-a-Kind Educational Film Series: Children and Grief
In Professor Child’s Children and Grief series, children teach others about the grieving process by sharing their personal stories of losing a loved one. We hear about their grief and loss and how they are coping and healing. These children have experienced a life-changing event, yet manage to share their stories with a sense of strength and resiliency. Viewers will be left with a feeling of hope and an understanding they are not alone in grieving the death of a loved one. Each volume includes a companion CD-ROM workbook with numerous discussion questions and creative exercises corresponding to the film.
In Volume 1, The Experience and Feelings, chapters include My Story, What Grief Means to Me, Worries and Challenges, and What I’ve Learned.
In Volume 2, Ways To Cope, chapters include What Has Helped, Advice, and Celebrate and Remember.
In Volume 3, Life After Death, chapters include Life After Death, Hopes and Dreams, and I Am.
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CD-ROM Workbooks Included
The Children and Grief curriculum workbooks feature numerous thought provoking discussion questions and creative exercises. Each workbook is broken down into chapters that correspond with each film. These extensive workbooks cover various aspects of grief and will be a wonderful tool to help your child work through the grief process.
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The American Library Association named Professor Child’s Children and Grief film a 2014 Notable Children’s Video.
Creative Child Magazine’s educators and moms recognized Professor Child’s Children and Grief film and workbook with their 2014 DVD of the year award. Creative Child Magazine is a parenting publication for raising well-balanced children by nurturing their creativity. Read more about the award here.
The wisdom captured in this video is profound. Kids speaking honestly and openly to other kids about their experiences with death can empower other kids and offer hope.
Amy Foster-Wexler, LCSW
I experienced the death of my mother at a young age, I wish this film existed then. I wish the adults in my life could have watched it too so they would have had some insights on how to discuss it with me.
Sweet Pea Cole