It might seem exhausting or annoying to always give your best effort, but the work you do represents the kind of person you are. So, if you want make a good impression, build character, and be successful, here are 4 tips for tweens and teens on how to be proud of your work, and why it’s always worth the effort to do your best.
Most kids in America can only imagine what day-to-day life is like without affordable, reliable electricity that comes from coal, natural gas, and nuclear power plants. In this episode of Around the World (based on PragerU Kids magazines for middle and high school students), Niyah aspires to have a better life for her and her community but realizes that her country in Central Africa is held back by lack of access to energy.
What happens when a country rejects freedom and modernity? Spoiler alert—it doesn't end well. In this episode of TBH History, we discover how a small group of communists used lies, terror, and murder to conquer the biggest country on earth. Also, meet the "Mad Monk" Rasputin!
Through hard work and ingenuity, and by offering lower prices and better service than his competitors, Cornelius Vanderbilt built a huge steamboat and railroad business, making it easier for Americans to travel. Your elementary students will love this wild and crazy game show where kid contestants compete to answer questions from PragerU’s biographical magazine about one of the most important builders of the 19th century.
Learning to be a gracious winner is just as important as politely accepting defeat. Your elementary students will learn this lesson as they travel with Leo and Layla to visit Ulysses S. Grant, a man who navigated great victories in the Civil War and as the 18th President of the United States.
Why is honesty always the best policy? Based on one of Aesop's fables, this retelling of "The Honest Woodman" teaches our youngest learners the value of hard work and telling the truth, even when lying would make life easier.
Why was Davy Crockett an important figure in United States history? In this episode of Craftory, your kiddos will learn about this legendary frontiersman's commitment to freedom while making their very own DIY raccoon hat!
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