Curiosity, Reliability, and Innovation

This item is included in the following series/curriculum: Human Nature  

  • Grade Level: Primary (1-3)-Upper Elementary (4-6)
  • Subjects: Communities and Families, Social Studies, Guidance
  • Produced By: Sabbatical Entertainment
  • Year: 2017
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 25m
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This episode of Human Nature will come loaded with elements that will awaken our desire to create.

Beginning with curiosity together with our friend Domenico the Deer, who will come to explain to us what it is about. Curiosity is the eagerness to know the origin and why of things, which leads us to imagine and even invent something new. It is something positive that should never be restricted because it is a possible trigger of creativity.

Then Pascal the Porcupine will come to talk to us about trustworthiness, which is to act honestly, keeping our promises and commitments, always doing the right thing no matter how difficult. Together with her friend Sophie, they will tell us a story that will show the importance of keeping our word.

We will close with Ollie the Oriole, who will tell us the story of her friend Ha-Neul from South Korea, where innovation was the key to give a new air to her family business, demonstrating that innovation is a great option not only to stay, but to do something that changes the course of things.

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