School films from the 1950s and 1960s about how good manners makes your life easier and makes the world a better place. Films include: Are Manners Important, Good Table Manners, We Play and Share Together, Everyday Courtesy, Exchanging Greetings and Introductions, Helping Johnny Remember and By Jupiter.
Witness the insanity of the films shown on the second Alamo-sponsored Extreme School Bus Adventure. Films featured – Bus Nut, Panic Factor, Ol’ #23, Rescue Man and the much requested, infamous Death Zones.
Watch kids struggling to break free from the dull tyranny of class! See food flying! Witness the glory of lunch lines being broken! Films include: Lunchroom Manners Lunchroom Etiquette, Lunchroom Goes Bananas, Story of a Peanut Butter Sandwich and more!
While Court TV pretends that there are moral lessons to be learned from the trials they are exploiting, the A/V Geeks present films that use mock trials to teach children about literacy, the generation gap, good gum care and more! Films include- Boy Meets Dog, Magnificent Major, Forrester Vs. Forrester, and Thunder And Lightning Case
What twisted thoughts lurk behind the “innocent” eyes of a child? This DVD gives us a glimpse into the demented imaginations of children. Films include – Silent Snow Secret Snow, First Friends, Me Too? and more!
While seating was limited with the Alamo-sponsored school bus adventure, this DVD is the next best thing. Here are films about the insanity that can take place within the walls of that mighty golden chariot of learning. Films include – Ghost Rider, And Then It Happened, School Bus Safety and more!
You’ve read them aloud at AV Geeks shows, now here’s a chance to read them aloud at home. Great for parties. Filmstrips include – What Troubles the Troublemaker, Popularity Parade, Family Fun and more!
Break out that dusty old AV cart and pull down that clunky projection screen for this collection of vintage educational films designed to turn rowdy young juveniles into respectable students. Titles like HOW QUIET HELPS US AT SCHOOL, MANNERS AT SCHOOL, and SAFE LIVING AT SCHOOL offer helpful advice on suppressing your savage adolescent instincts,
School films that aren’t about hallucinogenic drugs, but were certainly influenced by them. Films include: 200, Toes Tell, Toothache of a Clown, Fantasy of Feet, Malakapalakadoo Skip Two, Replay, The Eyes Have.. Or Do They? and more!
Given the current outrage against the extracurricular shenanigans taking place in our hallowed halls of learning, you’d think that kids have truly gone wild. But the A/V Geeks have picked school films from our past that show students have always looked beyond the Three Rs in school! Also all of the films were made by
Watch some of the most absurd examples of educational films from the 1980s - the death rattle of 16mm school films. There's singing, dancing, costumes, puppets and just some bad ideas! Films include Cell Wars, Flash That Smile, Calcium, Ridin' Cool To School, Nobody Tells Me What To Do, Clean Up Your Act and more!
Short vignette films designed to provoke discussion with groups of kids, drivers and cops. Films include – Shoot/Don’t Shoot, Working With Older People, Behind the Wheel, What If?, The Grapevine, Library Science Trigger Films and more.
Educational films that answer some of the nagging questions you might have. Questions like: Answering The Child’s Why, Why Not Try?, Why We Use Money?, Why Not Snack?, Sanitation – Why All The Fuss?, Why Explore Space?, Why 55? and Why’d the Beetle Cross The Road?