What a great Be WUCA! idea for kids!

Affies4Kids is a Program for both Parents and Teachers to


• Teach the language of positive self-talk through books and songs.

• Build Confident, Compassionate, and Resilient Kids!

• Prepare children for success in school, on the playing field and in life!

Sing Along with an Affie!

Read Along with an Affie!

In this story, Spot let his friends and the community down when he didn't show up to build Red Fox's den. Because he wasn't there to help, his friends worked hard all day and couldn't take time to eat or rest.

In this story, Spot let his friends and the community down when he didn't show up to build Red Fox's den. Because he wasn't there to help, his friends worked hard all day and couldn't take time to eat or rest.

In this story, Beaver thinks everyone likes to hear him talk, making his friends frustrated by his lack of self-control. After not listening to his dad's advice, he chews the wrong tree, and his lips get stuck together with sap.

In this story, Dove has a broken wing and must rely on her forest friends for help. Her friends gather together to keep Dove and her babies safe and fed. All of her friends are helpful in their own way. The entire forest community cooperates to help out a friend.

In this story, Kissabell feels left out because she is told by others she is too small to play in their ball game. But when their ball flies over a high wall, Kissabell solves the problem by squeezing through a small hole in the wall and retrieves the ball.

In this story, Big Raccoon is caught bullying a younger raccoon while the others stand by and watch. Wise Old Owl teaches the community of forest friends to stand up not only for themselves, but for everyone. They all deserve to feel safe.

In this story, Brother Cub and Sister Bear work hard collecting berries so their mom can make a delicious pie. After Sister spills her bucket of berries, Brother takes the initiative to share his. The problem is solved, and Mother Bear is so proud of her cubs.

In this story, Little Squirrel uses his creativity and imagination to solve a big problem after he finds a huge acorn. He is persistent and takes the initiative to ask Bo for help. In the end Squirrel realizes he is smart!

In this story, when curious Red Fox makes a decision too quickly and tries to cross a river covered in a thin sheet of ice, he falls through. His brother, Brownie, is persistent in making the smart choice to cross the river using the bridge.

In this story, Bunny struggles with self-control and is caught not taking turns. Bo prompts him to watch the frogs play on the lily pads, each taking turns so they won't fall off. This sparks Bunny's curiosity, and as he watches, Bunny understands the importance of solving his problem.


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