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Do Unto Otters

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When the Otters move in next door to Mr. Rabbit, he does not know how to act toward them. Mr. Owl advises him to just treat the Otters the same way he'd like them to treat him. A story that highlights how to be a good neighbor and friend-just simply follow the Golden Rule! Based on the book by Laurie Keller.

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Runtime: 12 minutes 19 seconds

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    Grace W. (Milford, OH)
    October 18th, 2018 at 02:53 PM

    Our school motto is, "Be kind, be respectful, be responsible." Do Unto Otters is PERFECT for helping these first grade students better understand our motto, in addition to introducing MANY other behaviors they need to embrace.

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    Anonymous (San Diego, CA)
    September 13th, 2016 at 01:45 PM

    It was a very clear and well done version of the story. It helped my students understand the ideas much better.

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    Anonymous (Marmora, NJ)
    October 13th, 2015 at 11:15 AM

    Exellent resource. I appreciate the ability to teach deaf students using superb resources!