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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: 1231

Grover Can Do It

Grover sings about how he can do anything and everything!
1:0 Runtime
Plays: 421

Elmo Loves You

Elmo sings about things he loves.
1:11 Runtime
Plays: 1501

I Love My Hair

A song about loving your hair.
1:55 Runtime
Plays: 356

Ernie Returns Home from Camp

Ernie missed Bert while he was at summer camp.
2:36 Runtime
Plays: 450

Oscar's Game: What Is That Sound?

Oscar tries to make Grover want to go away.
3:35 Runtime
Plays: 1607

Pigeons and Cookies and Trash

Cookie, Oscar and Bert and what they love
2:17 Runtime
Plays: 302

Bert and Ernie Dance

Ernie wants to dance.
1:8 Runtime
Plays: 224

Different Faces

Kids show different facial emotions.
1:30 Runtime
Plays: 298

Me Gotta Be Blue

Cookie Monster sings a song about being blue.
2:24 Runtime
Plays: 1890

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

The Guy Smiley singers and Cookie Monster sing about waiting.
4:23 Runtime
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Five minutes can feel like a long time to a child! Help your child think of special strategies to make waiting fun, such as playing "I Spy," counting people in line, or making up a story.
Plays: 1721

The Cookie Games

Help Cookie Monster manage his feelings while competing in archery, rings, and hurdles!
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Ask your child to show different feelings with his face like excited, frustrated, or scared. Take turns showing a feeling while the other person guesses!
Plays: 1945

Power of Yet

Janelle Monae sings a song about trying and never giving up.
2:27 Runtime
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Together, keep a list of plans that have helped solve past problems so you can refer to it in the future. Help your child state the problem and her plan, and encourage her to illustrate the plan.

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