Poor Muffy (Arthur Episode)


Everyone grows up differently. Some people live in huge mansions-others live in apartments. Some people ride public transportation while others drive luxury cars. Regardless of how individuals live we should all treat each other with understanding and respect. No two people embody this mindset than Francine Frensky and her best friend Muffy Crosswire. In the episode "Poor Muffy" (watch below) Muffy, after learning she's allergic to the new carpet in her mansion, asks her parents if she could temporarily stay at her best friend's apartment until the carpet is removed. However, she soon learns that life at the Frensky's is a [...]

Poor Muffy (Arthur Episode)2019-09-17T15:14:28-04:00

My Dad, the Garbage Man


Career Day was one of the best parts of school. Not only did the class get to learn about a variety of awesome jobs but we got to ask questions to actual local professionals. Although I've always enjoyed career days it never dawned on me that some of my classmates may have dreaded the idea of their parents sharing what they do for a living...like Francine did. My Dad, the Garbage Man There's no doubt that Francine Frensky loves her dad. Unfortunately, after a conversation with her sister, she becomes a little embarrassed by his occupation. See how she copes with [...]

My Dad, the Garbage Man2018-11-01T18:26:00-04:00

Arthur Changes Gears. Do You Overvalue Your Material Possessions?


Imagine buying the newest cell phone but you are afraid to use it because you might crack the screen. Or maybe you got a new outfit but you're scared of getting it dirty so you never wear it. Although both situations are...understandable-they really don't make much sense do they? Arthur Changes Gears https://youtu.be/jg_lvpMQPmM What's the point of having a bike if you're not going to ride it In the episode above Arthur works hard to save money and purchase an awesome new bike. But how amazing is his bike if he never rides it? Thought Question We want to hear from [...]

Arthur Changes Gears. Do You Overvalue Your Material Possessions?2018-10-23T02:11:10-04:00


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