Before becoming a mom, TMC President Sam Kurtzman-Counter never really thought of friendship as a skill to be learned. Read on as she talks about watching her own child work through the process of making friends, learning tools that might not necessarily come naturally to young kids.
Videos for Kids (18)
Video: “Boss of My Body” — You and your kids will want to move to this super catchy beat, that also sends meaningful messages to kids, ecouraging them to take charge of their bodies.
Video: Learn how to make a safety wristband for your kids — a great safety tool and fun to make! See this clip from Ruby’s Studio: The Safety Show.
How can we talk to our children about safety without scaring them? In answer to this #1 concern of parents and caregivers of young children, The Safety Show, the latest installment in the multiple award-winning ‘Ruby’s Studio” series, takes a modern, empowering approach to kids’ personal safety.
Founder and CEO of The Mother Company, Abbie Schiller, talks about “looking for the helpers” during tough times and how she inspires her own children to become the helpers–helping themselves and others in need.
We are thrilled to announce the release of our newest video for children, “Ruby’s Studio: The Friendship Show.” Join Ruby in her magical art studio to learn about empathy, conflict resolution, The Golden Rule, and how to make and nurture lasting friendships. Read on to see a trailer for the show!
Please join us Sunday, December 16th for the World Premiere of “Ruby’s Studio: The Friendship Show.” A fun, free celebration for the whole family! Hope to see you there.
SNEAK PEEK from “The Friendship Show,” coming soon from our award-winning “Ruby’s Studio” children’s video series!
We had such a blast at our Art Party event at Scribble Press on June 12th. Ruby spent time with the kids while they had meaningful fun making feelings books, coloring, watching the show and getting Mother Company tattoos & balloons! We made a little video for you – enjoy!
VIDEO — Learn about The Mother Company mission to create a gentler, healthier, more enriching alternative to children’s programming in this peek behind-the-scenes of “Ruby’s Studio.”