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Bug-a-Pest Hotel

Episode Eight | Story One

Bug-a-Pest Hotel

Unicorn wants to build a bug hotel with Yak and Fox, but as the two start planning and building without her, Unicorn feels left out.

The Story Explores

Speaking Up | Friendship | Social Skills

Children learn that they can speak up when they are feeling left out.

Bring the lessons to life!

Here are a few questions that can help you and your child connect with the story more deeply:

  • Understand It: Unicorn was feeling left out. What happened when Unicorn told Fox and Yak how she was feeling?
  • Apply It: Think of a time you felt left out. What did you do?
  • Pro Tip: Speaking up for ourselves takes practice! Find positive opportunities at home to encourage your child to use their voice. Repeating the affirmation from this episode is a great place to start.

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“My feelings matter. I don't have to hide. I can use my voice and share what's inside.”

-UNICORN

The Grass is Greener at Bigfoot's

Episode Eight | Story Two

The Grass is Greener at Bigfoot's

Yak visits Bigfoot’s house and is surprised to see how tidy and quiet it is. When it’s time to have Bigfoot over at her house, Yak feels embarrassed that her home is messy and noisy. She eventually learns that all homes are different, and that’s what makes them special.

The Story Explores

Family Differences | Comparison | Self-Worth

Children learn that all families and homes are unique and special in their own way.

Bring the lessons to life!

Here are a few questions that can help you and your child connect with the story more deeply:

  • Understand It: How were Yak and Bigfoot’s homes the same? How were they different?
  • Apply It: Have you ever been to someone else’s home? What was it like? How do you feel about your home? What makes your home special or unique?
  • Pro Tip: Every family and home is unique, and it’s important that children make sense of those differences. Teaching kids to celebrate differences can help them embrace their own family culture and build confidence.

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“All homes are different. Families are too. What makes a home special are the people who love you.”

-YAK