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Quigley's Village 5-DVD Set, Part 1

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Quigley's Village 5-DVD Set, Part 1

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Quigley’s Village programs are not only fun and entertaining for children, ages three through six, but they are also designed to help parents teach character values to their children. Each program is about one particular value, like telling the truth, and has a story that children can understand. Each program also has a Bible story relating to the value. The stories in the program are a wonderful discussion starter for Mom and Dad to talk with their children behavioral traits that reflect Christ’s character—an excellent aid in building godly characters.

Although these DVDs may just seem like fun entertainment, there is a lot more going on in the program than what meets the eye. Quigley’s Village was developed by a group of moms, dads, child psychologists, early childhood educators, and more who were determined to provide a means to teach good values to children. Out of their research they learned many things that make Quigley’s Village so essential to kids.

Captivating and very entertaining. Young children know it is for them.
Conveys a strong sense of moral and spiritual values."

—Ben Carson, MD, Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery
Johns Hopkins University

Curriculum

Churches and Christian preschools started also use the Quigley’s Village programs. To make it easier for churches to use we have developed three curriculum packages. Each package includes the DVD content, a CD with lesson plans, activity sheets, parent guides.

Vol. 1: Responsibility
The Quigley Village kids want to buy a super shoot-for-the-stars space ship for their tree house, so they decide to have a lemonade sale to raise the money. However, when Bubba breaks Mr. Quigleys's glass pitcher accidentally, the kids have to decide on the responsible thing to do. This DVD includes three new songs the "Lemonade Blues."

Vol. 2: Listening
Spike learns the consequences of not listening to her dad. A deaf child and her teacher visit Mr. Quigley. Bubba and Danny learn a few words in sign language and how to listen without your ears. Dr. Caremore helps Milty understand how prayer is the way God listens to us. Mr. Quigley tells a story about how the disciples needed to listen better.

Vol. 3: Cooperation
The kids venture into the project of building a tree house, but they each have their own idea on what it should be like. The building doesn't go well because the kids are not focused on the same goal. Out of the chaos Mr. Quigley and Dexter help the kids complete the tree house. The story of Nehemiah building the city wall with all the kids in costume and singing "Build It."

Vol. 5: A Christmas Story—Giving
In his hurry to get to rehearsal with a large stack of Christmas presents, Mr. Quigley unknowingly drops Danny's present. Danny thinks he is the only one not getting a present and feels hurt. Eventually Danny learns the value of giving and gives up his best present for the Baby Jesus. Meanwhile, Bubba and Spike have to restrain themselves from making the Baby Jesus more comfortable.

Vol. 6: Sharing
Danny, Spike, and Bubba each enter a contest to win the big blue bubble babble balloon machine, and all promise to share it—no matter who wins. Yet, when Spike wins, she decides to keep it for herself, balloons and all, and then has a very, very big sneeze. Through this story children will learn why we should share with others.

Set also includes English and Spanish audio. Volumes 1, 3, and 5 also include Korean and Portuguese.