Sesame Street in Communities
Reconnecting & Respecting
As the recommendations around social distancing and reopening continue to change, families will need to respond and make plans according to their own comfort level and needs. Parents may need to have conversations—sometimes tricky ones—about similarities, differences, and respect. These ideas and activities can help families talk about differences, practice compassion, and build empathy.
After dealing with so many changes over the last months, children may be more anxious and worried than usual about saying morning goodbyes, but there are ways to help little ones cope with these challenges! Consider these ideas.
Children’s toothbrushing routines can go much more smoothly with a song. Groove along with Elmo and his toothy friends as they teach the steps of brushing teeth!
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Everyday Challenges: Helping Families Thrive Through COVID-19 and Beyond
In difficult or stressful circumstances, caregivers play a vital role in modeling to young children how to manage big feelings and work through challenges. In this webinar, Dr. Stephen Cozza offers suggestions for ways parents can care for kids mindfully and confidently—in the midst of a pandemic and beyond.
The Child’s Voice: How Parental Addiction Affects Young Children
Join us for the first webinar in this series in which we’ll examine how parental addiction affects children. Each webinar will highlight a unique provider perspective and offer resources and strategies to address their specific needs.