Healthy Brains, Healthy Kids
Healthy habits are good for brain development.
As you explore the information in this interactive piece, consider:
- Taking screenshots or jotting down notes or questions when you see something you want to think more about.
- Making notes of any questions for your child’s pediatrician.
- Sharing interesting and helpful information you’ve learned with other adults in your child’s life.
Chef Lily’s Tip: Roasting a Rainbow
A video about eating colorful roasted vegetables.
Chef Lily’s Tip: Lime It Up!
Watch Chef Lily’s video with your little one.
5 Healthy, Easy, Kid-Pleasing Recipes
Print and try these quick, nutritious snacks and meals made with inexpensive ingredients.
Farm-Fresh Food: The Kafarski Family
Watch the video together with children.
Growing Healthy Bodies and Minds with Sesame Street
In this webinar, Sesame Workshop’s Kama Einhorn, Director of Content Design, and Dr. Jennifer Shu, Medical Editor of HealthyChildren.org discuss the importance of healthy habits for young children and families.
A Conversation on Healthy Habits
In this webinar, Sesame Workshop’s Kama Einhorn, Director of Content Design, and Dr. Glenn Flores, Chair of Pediatrics and Senior Associate Dean of Child Health at the University of Miami, discuss the importance of healthy habits for young children and families.
Health and wellbeing are rights for all children, but food insecurity affects many families.