Talk to your kids about…
Dusty’s fear of heights has him flying low to the ground. Here is a math question parents can pose to their children. Which would take longer—flying a direct path at a higher altitude or following the twists and turns of the landscape below? Is it at all believable that Dusty could even keep up with the other competitors?
Why does Skipper lie about his past? How do he and other characters in this movie learn to face their fears and past mistakes? What do the competitors learn about integrity?
How does Dusty show compassion to others? What benefits does his kindness have later?