Sesame Street in Communities
Especially for Families of Children With Autism
A is for Adventure
When facing big changes, it’s important to develop an “I can do it” attitude. One way to help is to approach change as an adventure! Together with children, watch this video to see Alexa the astronaut go on a letter A adventure. No matter what she encounters, Alexa keeps a positive attitude!
Learning Through Play
Children love to play—anytime, anywhere, and with almost anything. As they do, they’re exploring the world around them and practicing important skills crucial to brain development. Consider the relationship between play and learning as you observe children “just having fun”!
Learning From Home
Whether children are learning in a classroom or at home, their brains are constantly developing. Opportunities for building children’s skills in math, science, and reading are everywhere… even in the kitchen and bathtub! Check out these collections of resources to share with parents—and help them make the most of the time they spend at home.
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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 examine how parental addiction affects children. Each webinar will highlight a unique provider perspective and offer resources and strategies to address their specific needs.