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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: 1184

I Need a Word w/ Dave Matthews and Grover

Dave & Grover sing a song to find a word for how they're feeling
3:44 Runtime
Plays: 285

Super Grover: Barber

Super Grover discovers haircuts don't hurt.
4:1 Runtime
Plays: 639

You Tickle Me

A song about how happy your friends make you
1:36 Runtime
Plays: 340

Oscar's Bein' Green

Oscar sings "Bein' Green"
2:28 Runtime
Plays: 488

Feelings Come and Feelings Go

Chris and Elmo sing about changing feelings.
1:24 Runtime
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Ask your child to show different feelings with his face, like happy, sad, or surprised. Take turns showing a feeling while the other person guesses! Talk about ways to cope with difficult feelings.
Plays: 318

Drawing Things Me Love

Cookie Monster sings about drawing a cookie.
1:54 Runtime
Plays: 531

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: 41

Happy Happiness

A song about happiness at the beach
2:22 Runtime
Plays: 762

Muncha Lisa

The story of how Leonardo da Crunchy got Muncha Lisa to smile.
3:21 Runtime
Plays: 92

Happy to Be Me

Kingston sings about his individuality.
2:16 Runtime
Plays: 344

Radar Feelings

Big Bird talks about the time he lost Radar.
1:45 Runtime
Plays: 1104

Ocean Emotion

Elmo sings about the emotions of ocean life.
2:0 Runtime
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Show an emotion using your face and body, such as frowning and slumping your shoulders or smiling and jumping up and down. Ask your child to guess what you're feeling. Switch and take turns!

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