Art can help kids develop important self-regulation skills and bring science, math, and literacy concepts to life.
Sesame Street’s Julia and Samuel Learn Through Creating Art
When Samuel is sad because he can’t find his painting for the art show, Julia convinces him that it’s always possible to make new art!
When kids make art, they’re learning, having fun, and bringing joy to themselves and others.
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Todos somos artistas
Apoyar la creatividad y la autoexpresión artística de los niños.
La expresión artística libre
Un imprimible que los niños pueden usar para expresarse a sí mismos.
Playing With Colors
An interactive game to build the basic skill of color recognition.
Musical Show & Share
A video about coming together to create something beautiful.
Make Your Mark
See Us Coming Together
Join Elmo, Abby, and Tamir in welcoming a new friend, Ji-Young, to their Best Friends Band!
The Friends in Your Neighborhood
A song celebrating the diverse people and friends in a community.
The Best Friends Band
Elmo, Abby, Tamir, and their new friend Ji-Young sing about how we all belong to one another.
An article about upcycling projects.
A printable page children can use to express themselves.
Terry Crews Is an Artist
Terry Crews, Count, and Abby talk about the word “artist.”
Parents, caregivers, and providers can keep the learning going! Find more topics and resources to help children build skills that lay the foundation for success in school and in life.
Math is all around us—and both kids and grown-ups can make math fun every day!
Kids learn science by exploring the world around them. Everyday moments are perfect opportunities to build science skills.
Learning Through Play
Did you know there is a relationship between play and learning? Children love to play and, as they do, they’re exploring the world around them, building self-confidence, and practicing important skills crucial to brain development.