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Caillou discovers that sharing his things with the people he loves always turns out better in the end. From teaching his classmate Clementine his special art technique, to taking turns at playing "conductor" with his friends and family, to sharing his favorite things with little sister Rosie, Caillou learns that sharing not only makes him feel really good, it makes those around him feel good too!
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Teaches your children to throw tantrums and tell you "NO!"

By LeRoy

from Baltimore MD,

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Comments about PBS Caillou: Caillou Learns to Share DVD:

My 3 YO Great Niece (who lives with us) was the model of behavior and always discussed her feelings, talked out why she did not wan't to do something but very communicative, and sweet. after a few weeks of watching Caillou instead of Hoopla Kids after her afternoon nap she turned into a brat. She never acted like the spoiled brats in the shopping mall. Never acted up in a restaurant or grocery store. So I watched the show with her and that Caillou is a brat. He throws things when he wants attention or feels like it. He is always throwing a tantrum or telling his parents "NO!" So we cut out Caillou after explaining every time he acted out he was not respectful to his parents and his parents were not respecting Caillou. Does she ever cry or get upset? Yes.. but we always explain why she must obey, or take a nap or eat. Why she must go to bed at the same time every night and then we read a story and plan the next days activities. She is always happy to then sleep and looks forward to tomorrow. She no longer throws things on the floor (hard enough to dent the laminate). She has not thrown a tantrum in the four plus weeks we have stopped watching him. Now for all you modern parenting "let them be themselves at all costs" types, she is not in a protective cocoon...Her favorite video is "Chandelier" by Sia and she has about 1/3 of the moves down and of course she likes the video "sugar"... she plays the drum (very well I might add), plays with kids at the playground (outdoor and indoor) she has a full life. We just point out when other kids are misbehaving, acting out or being disrespectful. This Caillou thing is a horrible example to children on how to interact with adults.

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