It’s All Connected
There is so much you can do to help kids make lasting connections as their brains grow. Learn more with this infographic.
Play is a great brain-builder! As you explore the information in this interactive piece on play development, you can:
- Make a mental note of things you’re already doing to help kids learn and grow, like reading, singing, and pointing out things around you.
- Note common objects you can use to help kids make connections, such as a cup and a spoon to bang together to learn cause and effect.
- Notice how vital your role is in the importance of play in child development. It can make playtime so much more special and valuable when you interact with little ones, plant seeds of ideas, and help take their play to new levels.
- Take screenshots or jot down notes or questions when you see something you want to think more about.
Creating Feelings of Safety and Calm
Self-care strategies can help families focus and relax when big feelings come up.
Abby's Broken Wand
A storybook featuring strategies to help children cope with big feelings.
Building and Rebuilding Language Skills—and Community!
An article about building children’s language skills by enriching your interactions.
Building a Connected Community
Take a course on ways to help children and families get ready for school and life--together!
In our course Caring Communities, you can explore the ways to embed storybooks, printables, videos, and digital games in your work with everyone in your neighborhood.
Roads to Resilience
The course Roads to Resilience highlights some of the best assets from topics across SesameWorkshop.org with customized approaches, tips and tricks on using these resources in your work with caregivers and their children.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how you can use our “Little Neighbors” initiative to help children and their families discover their power to make their communities—and the world—a happier, healthier, safer place for everyone.