Jackson's Plan - DVD
Visit the Okefenokee for a lesson in pursuing goals. Jackson is a green tree frog and a resident of the Okefenokee Swamp in southern Georgia. One afternoon, Jackson learns that a slick new brochure is being prepared to draw tourists to this famed wildlife refuge, home to alligators and water lilies, coach whip snakes and cypress trees, pileated woodpeckers and cinnamon ferns. Jackson is determined that the diminutive green tree frog species will not be left out. Jackson's plan takes him on a photo shoot through three habitats of the Okefenokee — the swampy woods, the piney woods, and the open marshlands. Along his madcap way, he encounters obstacles and setbacks, but Jackson perseveres — with surprising results.
Jackson's Plan will help you:
- Promote goal-setting and strategic planning
- Encourage perseverance in the face of obstacles
- Explore the ecology of wetlands and the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
Each of the DVD's in Marshmedia's character education series combines sight , sound , and story. Sophisticated iconographic technology brings movement and stunning visual effects to vivid watercolor art. Original music captures the spirit and geographical flavor of the story's special world. Gifted narrative and character voices tell each timeless, meaningful story. Young students are delighted by these productions that whisk them to new places and help them discover the internal strengths they need to meet the challenges of classroom, playground , and home.
This DVD is also available in Spanish!
Run Time: 15:00
Age Group: K-4