When times seem so uncertain, remember that it’s important to be there for one another and support our friends and family as best we can! #CaringForEachOther

As a direct response to the coronavirus pandemic facing the world today, Sesame Workshop’s Caring for Each Other initiative launched new resources for families and children on Monday, March 30th. These resources, which are part of an ongoing commitment to helping caregivers and children navigate their “for now normal” for the duration of this crisis and beyond, will allow children and families to stay connected with Sesame Street friends on a regular basis. The new resources include brand-new animated videos featuring their furry friends, printable activity sheets focused on healthy habits, virtual playdates featuring their furry friends, playful learning activities, articles, and learning at home bundles.

Our friends on @SesameStreet have developed new at-home learning bundles around the topics of math, reading, play, and so much more! Learn more:   #CaringForEachOther

Looking for creative new ways to learn at home with your little ones? Check out @SesameStreet’s free new at-home learning bundles featuring printable activities, videos, storybooks, and more! #CaringForEachOther


When you take care of yourself, you can help take care of others too! Watch this new video from @SesameStreet to learn how staying healthy helps others too: #CaringForEachOther

From learning how to properly sneeze and cough, to developing an at-home health kit, the new printable activities from @SesameStreetInCommunities are a great way for children and families to learn together during this challenging time #CaringForEachOther

Visit your Sesame Street friends to stay healthy, happy, and have fun learning-TOGETHER!

COVID-19, Early Childhood, Parents, Remote Learning, reslationships, SEL, and Teachers

Dr. Pam Herkner on behalf of Big Bird and Friends
Sesame Street Workshop 2020

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