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"Honor your father and your mother," Exodus 20:12 Even good cubs can fall into bad habits and Brother and Sister have gotten into the habit of sometimes treating their Mama and Papa with less than the respect they deserve. A shrug or a grunt or a "I dunno" or "who cares?" when asked a question or given a request is not how youngsters should speak to their eldsters whomever "Honor your father and your mother," Exodus 20:12 Even good cubs can fall into bad habits and Brother and Sister have gotten into the habit of sometimes treating their Mama and Papa with less than the respect they deserve. A shrug or a grunt or a "I dunno" or "who cares?" when asked a question or given a request is not how youngsters should speak to their eldsters whomever they may be!


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"Honor your father and your mother," Exodus 20:12 Even good cubs can fall into bad habits and Brother and Sister have gotten into the habit of sometimes treating their Mama and Papa with less than the respect they deserve. A shrug or a grunt or a "I dunno" or "who cares?" when asked a question or given a request is not how youngsters should speak to their eldsters whomever "Honor your father and your mother," Exodus 20:12 Even good cubs can fall into bad habits and Brother and Sister have gotten into the habit of sometimes treating their Mama and Papa with less than the respect they deserve. A shrug or a grunt or a "I dunno" or "who cares?" when asked a question or given a request is not how youngsters should speak to their eldsters whomever they may be!

30 review for The Berenstain Bears Show Some Respect

  1. 4 out of 5

    Katt Hansen

    Well everyone is being disrespectful. I really don't like seeing the parents act badly, though I understand why the author made that decision. I get that sometimes we're all that way, but I also think we should be leading by example. Seeing Papa Bear behave dismissively in front of the kids kind of triggered me, and set me against this story even if there is a solid ending that to me salvaged the book. Well everyone is being disrespectful. I really don't like seeing the parents act badly, though I understand why the author made that decision. I get that sometimes we're all that way, but I also think we should be leading by example. Seeing Papa Bear behave dismissively in front of the kids kind of triggered me, and set me against this story even if there is a solid ending that to me salvaged the book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Denise Preiner

    I love the Bernstein hears

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shelby

    In The Berenstain Bears Show Some Respect the Bear family goes on a picnic. Brother Bear not pleased with the meal says yuck. Brother and Sister run ahead paying no attention to Mama who has asked them to wait up. Papa shares an old spot he use to go to when he was in school, but Sister was not impressed talking about how old it was saying yuck. Then Mama shares her and Papa's spot where they shared their first date, Brother unimpressed with the mosquitoes or how old it is says yuck. Gran shares In The Berenstain Bears Show Some Respect the Bear family goes on a picnic. Brother Bear not pleased with the meal says yuck. Brother and Sister run ahead paying no attention to Mama who has asked them to wait up. Papa shares an old spot he use to go to when he was in school, but Sister was not impressed talking about how old it was saying yuck. Then Mama shares her and Papa's spot where they shared their first date, Brother unimpressed with the mosquitoes or how old it is says yuck. Gran shares the spot where her and Gramps had their first date, but Mama said they did not want to walk up that hill. Gramps then tries to make a suggestion, but Papa cuts him off. Hot, hungry, and tired Gramps cuts everyone off to give a lesson about respecting elders and quoting the Bible. Everyone learns the lesson and apologizes. Gramps picks out the pic nic spot, the back yard. Everyone got the respect they deserved. I really enjoyed The Berenstain Bear books I picked out. The lesson in this one especially stuck out to me and I really want to read more of the Living Lights series. I think they have good lessons for everyone to learn or to refresh the memory. I really appreciate the Bible aspect added into this. This would be great on a class room book shelf. I would be a little afraid to read this out loud in a public school just for sake of all the issues teachers can have with religious items. I would definitely recommend this to my church to have in the children's nursery in classes. It would be a really good individual read especially for the student you may be having respect issues with to discipline with out outwardly disciplining or asking them one hundred times a day or having to always tell the parents about the issues.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Ann Bliesner

    expected a lil bit more than it to say to respect your elders, (even though thats important) still was good but lacked what some of the earlier books did

  5. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Show Some Respect is a book about the Berenstain Bear family who heads off into the wilderness for an afternoon picnic. When mama and papa bear offer a suggestion for a picnic spot, Brother and Sister Bear make a blunt comment about Mama and Papa Bear's aged taste. The same scenario takes place when Gramps and Gran offer a suggestion; Mama and Papa make a coarse remark to their parents and disregard their suggestions. Finally Gramps gets fed up and talks to Mama, Papa, Brother, and Sister Bear a Show Some Respect is a book about the Berenstain Bear family who heads off into the wilderness for an afternoon picnic. When mama and papa bear offer a suggestion for a picnic spot, Brother and Sister Bear make a blunt comment about Mama and Papa Bear's aged taste. The same scenario takes place when Gramps and Gran offer a suggestion; Mama and Papa make a coarse remark to their parents and disregard their suggestions. Finally Gramps gets fed up and talks to Mama, Papa, Brother, and Sister Bear about the value and importance of respecting elders. When the Bear family thinks about their actions, they realize that they were wrong and make their apologies. Together as a happy family again, the Bears head off to their favorite picnic spot, Gramps' backyard! Show Some Respect is a book intended for pre-k through 2nd grade students. The Berenstain Bear family's relationships/ dynamics with one another will gather the attention of these young kids, and the remarks that the children make to their elders will connect students to the story (as it's likely that they've made comments similar to theirs). I also think this book will appeal to this age because of the Berenstain Bear collection and all of the wonderful lessons taught in the book series. I would implement this book during my classroom lesson on respect, a lesson that would be done at the beginning of the year. With my younger kiddos, we would discuss how the children were disrespectful, and how they really should have treated their elders. Next we would write out class rules and talk about how we could incorporate respect into these class rules. With my older kids, we would act out the part of Brother and Sister Bear and then discuss different and respectful approaches to handling their situation. This book could also be brought back out to reteach the concept of respect if there was ever a problem in the classroom.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Chind

    What an absolutely valuable lesson! (for the Mama and Papa's as well as kiddos...) The Berenstain Bears have always been a favorite staple of my bookshelves for as long as I can remember, but since they started the Living Lights series the moral lessons have gotten better and better and even incorporate scripture. What could be better to encourage my girls! Here and there I have found a few manners books, some I really find annoying, but others are quite cute and portray a lesson quite well. Thi What an absolutely valuable lesson! (for the Mama and Papa's as well as kiddos...) The Berenstain Bears have always been a favorite staple of my bookshelves for as long as I can remember, but since they started the Living Lights series the moral lessons have gotten better and better and even incorporate scripture. What could be better to encourage my girls! Here and there I have found a few manners books, some I really find annoying, but others are quite cute and portray a lesson quite well. This book takes the reader along a journey to picnic with the whole Bear Family, grandparents included. It's an adventure, but also a great way to show and explain respect and why it is important and how it is possible for any age to need a reminder now and then. Forgiveness, learning and moving forward is a wonderful thing. I cannot wait to add more and more Berenstain Bear books to our shelves for my girls to enjoy for years to come. *Thanks to Zondervan for providing a copy for review.* Originally posted: http://creativemadnessmama.com/blog/2...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Molly Robbins

    I want to buy every Berenstain Bears book for my future classroom! They all convey such important messages that students need to carry with them. But yet they all have a fun story line with intriguing illustrations to keep them interested. I remember these books more than most others that I read as a child. This, along with the other 2 books, this book conveys the message of respecting your elders. You can bring this into the classroom by bringing up whoever is in charge of the childs home. You I want to buy every Berenstain Bears book for my future classroom! They all convey such important messages that students need to carry with them. But yet they all have a fun story line with intriguing illustrations to keep them interested. I remember these books more than most others that I read as a child. This, along with the other 2 books, this book conveys the message of respecting your elders. You can bring this into the classroom by bringing up whoever is in charge of the childs home. You can also talk about respecting other adults, no matter who they are. Then you can start to talk about respecting your teacher even when you do not want to follow directions, or are not in agreement with what they said. This book has a lot of different settings, and you could definitely use a sequencing activity in this too.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alexandria

    In this Berenstain Bears story the whole family decides to go on a picnic including Gramps and Grans. The cubs become very disrespectful in it comes to choosing where to set up the picnic. Papa Bear offers to do it a an old place he went to as a cub but Brother Bear shoots the idea down saying that its to old. Mama Bear suggests going to the creek but Sister Bears says that it is too dirty and filled with bugs. After Mama And Papa Bear begin to be disrespectful to Gramps and Grans Gramps call th In this Berenstain Bears story the whole family decides to go on a picnic including Gramps and Grans. The cubs become very disrespectful in it comes to choosing where to set up the picnic. Papa Bear offers to do it a an old place he went to as a cub but Brother Bear shoots the idea down saying that its to old. Mama Bear suggests going to the creek but Sister Bears says that it is too dirty and filled with bugs. After Mama And Papa Bear begin to be disrespectful to Gramps and Grans Gramps call them all in for a family meeting explaining that that they have to be respectful to each other and to apologize. After the family meeting they decide that it would be best to have the picnic at Gramps and Grans house. There is only one main moral to this story and that is to be respectful.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nate's Reviews

    Summary- The Berenstain family is heading out to eat as a family on a picnic. They all interrupt and argue with each other to see who has the biggest and best spot. Gramps shuts this down, and teaches them some respect. Review- This is one of the first Berenstain Bears books I've picked up in a while, and it still ceases to bore me. It was a great little story about respect, and who to respect. The artwork was a little good, left much to be desired. The plot was a little forced but what do you expe Summary- The Berenstain family is heading out to eat as a family on a picnic. They all interrupt and argue with each other to see who has the biggest and best spot. Gramps shuts this down, and teaches them some respect. Review- This is one of the first Berenstain Bears books I've picked up in a while, and it still ceases to bore me. It was a great little story about respect, and who to respect. The artwork was a little good, left much to be desired. The plot was a little forced but what do you expect.

  10. 4 out of 5

    TheMcafeeKids

    The kids were running away from their parents. Their parents said 'you have to wait for us' but the kids didn't. The Grandpa said 'I have a perfect spot for a picnic' but the Papa wasn't being nice. The sister said 'that was a long time ago' to her Papa. They all said sorry and had picnic in the backyard and that was the end. Other kids should read it because I will save this so I will learn to be respectful. - C, age 4 The kids were running away from their parents. Their parents said 'you have to wait for us' but the kids didn't. The Grandpa said 'I have a perfect spot for a picnic' but the Papa wasn't being nice. The sister said 'that was a long time ago' to her Papa. They all said sorry and had picnic in the backyard and that was the end. Other kids should read it because I will save this so I will learn to be respectful. - C, age 4

  11. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is one of my favorite Berenstain Bears books! Brother, Sister, Mama, and Papa are all reminded that it is important to show respect to one's elders, no matter how young or old you are. Gramps and Gran reprimand the Bear family lovingly when Brother and Sister disrespect Mama and Papa, and when Mama and Papa disrespect Gramps and Gran during a family picnic. This is one of my favorite Berenstain Bears books! Brother, Sister, Mama, and Papa are all reminded that it is important to show respect to one's elders, no matter how young or old you are. Gramps and Gran reprimand the Bear family lovingly when Brother and Sister disrespect Mama and Papa, and when Mama and Papa disrespect Gramps and Gran during a family picnic.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This is a great book for younger students to understand that even adults can be disrespectful and need to be reminded to mind their manners. This will make them feel less embarassed about making mistakes. This book had activities and questions at the end to help the teacher with discussion. Will read to my class if they are younger.

  13. 4 out of 5

    David Benjamin

    Very, very small pictures... badly done all the way around and the message was not clearly laid out. I was hoping this would be a good book to read to my daughter to teach her respect for me and her mother. oh well -.back to the drawing board

  14. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Cregor

    Parents, please read this to your children...over and over again.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Purry,Andrea

    I really enjoyed reading this story I've learned to always have respect for one another no matter how young or old you are to respect your elders I really enjoyed reading this story I've learned to always have respect for one another no matter how young or old you are to respect your elders

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carmel Lampson

    Our sons second favorite family ;-) We love these stories so much- great lessons and valuable time together reading about this lovely family! Excited for our next bear adventure!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dan Duffell

    Good morals Good to remember to respect your elders. Good reminder to parents and children. We liked it very much. Good for 7 -year olds !

  18. 4 out of 5

    Skyler

  19. 4 out of 5

    brittany crum

  20. 4 out of 5

    amber solmonson

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra Pran-Foncette

  22. 5 out of 5

    heather t mcfall

  23. 5 out of 5

    alicia oertner

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alexis Chechowitz

  25. 4 out of 5

    Julie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Allen Hughes

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Wiley

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jerry Novick

  29. 5 out of 5

    Hailey Pomales and khloe

  30. 4 out of 5

    Candace Dibble

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