Star cursor
Close
Close
Tune in to catch the latest season of Sesame Street now on PBS!

Health

Young children learn what it means to be healthy, which includes practicing good hygiene, eating nutritious foods, being active, and getting enough rest. Children start to understand and appreciate what their bodies can do and what they need to grow strong.

Plays: 33

Murray and Victoria: Bananas

Murray asks Victoria about her favorite fruit.
0:26 Runtime
Plays: 55

Global Grover: Cricket

A boy in London, England talks about cricket.
3:8 Runtime
Plays: 132

Michelle Obama: Healthy Habits

Michelle Obama and Elmo share healthy tips.
0:53 Runtime
Plays: 73

Global Grover: The Netherlands

Grover's friend learns to ride a bike.
3:17 Runtime
0:30 Runtime
Plays: 261

Toddler: Elmo's Potty Time

Help Elmo figure out when to go potty in this game for toddlers.
Close
Make a chart to keep track of when your child uses the toilet successfully. Each time, he can add a sticker or draw a picture on the chart.
Plays: 411

Grow Your Colors

Help Grover and Rosita grow healthy and delicious food in many different colors!
Close
Together, plan a snack that includes at least three different colors, like red strawberries, green broccoli, and a purple plum. Ask your child to name all of the colors on the plate.
Plays: 202

Most Peculiar Meal

Bert eats breakfast but Ernie brings a frog.
1:38 Runtime
Plays: 434

Family Food

Help the Bear family prepare a yummy meal.
Close
Cooking is a great way to spend time together. Ask your child which of these recipes she would like to try, and make it together!
Plays: 230

Chasing the Cheese

Elmo, Zoe, Baby Bear and Telly exercise.
2:33 Runtime
Plays: 201

Sleep!

Bert and Ernie sing about sleep.
2:26 Runtime
Plays: 9

Great Sink Moments

A boy brushes his teeth in the sink.
1:43 Runtime

Pages