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Emotional Development

Helping children learn to identify and manage their feelings is an important part of their emotional development. Children learn to label, understand, and manage their feelings by learning strategies such as taking deep breaths to calm down and resisting impulsive behavior like taking a sibling’s toy without asking.

Plays: 2326

Michael Buble: Believe in Yourself

Michael Buble sings about having confidence!
2:1 Runtime
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Encourage your child to talk about something he's proud of, such as putting on his shoes all by himself. Focusing on strengths and achievements will help him build confidence.
Plays: 342

Oscar's Bein' Green

Oscar sings "Bein' Green"
2:28 Runtime
Plays: 62

Monster Clubhouse: Scratchback

The monster clubhouse meets and plays games.
6:35 Runtime
1:51 Runtime
Plays: 538

Read a Face

Match a face to the emotion.
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Ask your child to show you a happy face, sad face, angry face, and surprised face. Then, play a game where you each make faces and see if the other person can guess the emotion. Take turns!
Plays: 5290

Just Like Magic with Sara Bareilles

Abby and Sara Bareilles fix a bad day with friendship.
1:35 Runtime
Plays: 278

I Love My Toes

Ernie sings about how much he loves his toes.
2:8 Runtime
Plays: 666

Bird Family Song

A bird talks about his two homes.
2:30 Runtime
Plays: 765

Muncha Lisa

The story of how Leonardo da Crunchy got Muncha Lisa to smile.
3:21 Runtime
Plays: 60

Me and My Chair

A boy sings about things he can do.
1:59 Runtime
Plays: 1542

Song: Elmo Didn't Mean To

Elmo is sorry for the way he treated Abby during a game.
1:35 Runtime
Plays: 1762

Elmo’s School Friends

Elmo’s going to school! Help him make new friends and solve problems on his first day.
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Using puppets or stuffed animals, role play one of the problems in the game with your child, or make up your own. Ask your child what she can do to help. If she has trouble coming up with a solution, give her a few options and have her pick one. Play out the solution together!

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