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In this story, Elmo’s cousin Jesse helps remind children that big changes can mean new opportunities to learn and grow.
Express Yourself with Elmo and Jesse
Help a child check in with and express their feelings with these interactive creative activities.
My Body, My Brain Song with Elmo and Friends
It’s all connected! Healthy bodies help support our healthy brains so that we can feel good inside and out.
Play I Notice, I Feel, I Can
Children can help their Sesame Street friends manage their big feelings with a three-step strategy.
Mindful Moment: Nature Poses
Children can practice mindful movement to learn, help manage big feelings, or just focus or relax!
Elmo’s Spend, Share, and Save Jars
Watch Elmo and Abby learn financial education basics.
How to Talk to Kids During Tough Financial Times
An article about how and why to talk about money as a family even when financial times are tough.
For Me, For You, For Later: First Steps to Spending, Sharing, and Saving—Educator Guide
A guide with resources, activities, and tips for educators on bringing financial literacy into the classroom.
Transition Time: Drop-off
Help children prepare for drop-off transitions with this audio-only moment!
Featured Resource Categories
Discover tons of resources that help kids (and parents!) with what matters most in young lives: health and wellness, social-emotional skills, and school readiness.
Healthy Minds and Bodies
Help children build healthy habits to last a lifetime.
ABCs and 123s
Build vocabulary, spark curiosity, and help children think critically, preparing them to succeed in school and in life.
How to Talk to Kids about Tough Topics
Caring adults can help kids learn coping and resilience-building techniques to help them face tough challenges like divorce, foster care, grief, and more.
*Journal of American Medicine (JAMA Pediatrics), 2021
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Rhythms of Resilience
An interactive course that helps providers and caring community members introduce resilience-building practices to young children and families affected by crisis.
Welcome to SesameWorkshop.org!
In this webinar, you’ll follow along for a walkthrough of the website, including the new Family Resources section!
Resources to support children and families… and you!
Whether children are directly or indirectly exposed to violent events, there are ways to help them feel safer and more secure.
Roads to Resilience
A course highlighting some of the best assets from topics across SesameWorkshop.org with customized approaches, and tips and tricks on using these resources in your work with caregivers and their children.
Traumatic Experiences: First Steps to Hope (Part 1)
Part one of an interview series with Ann Thomas from The Children’s Place.
Resources for your classroom and the children you work with.
Just for Teachers: The Magic of Circle Time
Learning is all about relationships!
Building Classroom Community
An article about building classroom community after a period of remote learning.
Activities like word blending can help kids build phonemic awareness, which is the understanding that words are made up of a series of separate sounds, called phonemes.
Descubra imprimibles, videos y otros temas para ayudar a las familias con las que usted trabaja.
¡Juguemos! Detective de sentimientos
Ayude a los niños a “ver” los sentimientos en el rostro y el cuerpo de las personas y a entender que todos expresamos nuestros sentimientos de diferentes maneras.
Cada persona tiene sentimientos diferentes, en momentos diferentes y por razones diferentes. Todos nuestros sentimientos tienen una razón.
El jardín de mis sentimientos
Un video para enseñarles a los niños a reconocer sus sentimientos.
El jardín de mis sentimientos
Dibuje expresiones de varios sentimientos para enseñarles a los niños que los sentimientos son tan variados como las flores de un jardín.
Un video sobre los buenos sentimientos que los recuerdos de familia nos hacen sentir.
La Princesa Pinta-Mucho
Es divertido ser creativo especialmente cuando todos contribuimos a la diversión.
La cita para jugar al chequeo médico de Elmo y Abby
Los juegos de pretender pueden ayudar a los niños a “ensayar” situaciones que puedan asustarles.
Play time and reading time are great times for learning.
Making It Work
An interactive game that helps children build flexibility.
Abby’s Broken Wand
A storybook featuring strategies to help children cope with big feelings.
Elmo’s Brain Games
You can help children build important skills in everyday moments.
The Monster Dash
A storybook featuring Karli about practicing flexibility and maintaining a positive outlook as skills to build resilience.
Bert & Ernie Reuse & Reinvent!
An interactive game about upcycling.