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Featured Activities

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  • Episode
  • Learning Goal
  • Description
  • Party Planner
  • Self-Regulation, Arts & Creativity
  • Planning a festive party can be fun! Help your child create a plan for a party for stuffed animals or friends.
  • Ladybug Counting
  • Math, Arts & Creativity
  • Explore counting and animal knowledge with your child by creating ladybug art.
  • Here to Engineer
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Creativity, Math, Self-Regulation
  • Engineering is the process of planning and building something. Help your child build a structure for a special object, such as a stuffed animal or toy.
  • Restaurant Remembering
  • Self-Regulation, Executive Function
  • Play Restaurant together with your child and practice using strategies, or plans, to remember customers’ orders!
  • Puppet Play
  • Self-Regulation, Emotions, Arts & Creativity
  • Explore different emotions with Sesame Street puppets.
  • My Family Traditions Book
  • Social Development, Arts & Creativity
  • Explore family and culture by making a book about your own family traditions.
  • Feelings Photo Book
  • Self-Regulation, Emotions, Arts & Creativity
  • Talk about feelings as you make a photo book of faces to show what you and your child look like when you feel happy, sad, surprised, angry, or jealous.
  • Block Sorting
  • Math, Self-Regulation, Executive Function
  • Think flexibly and use working memory to develop early math skills with this fun block sorting activity.
  • Shape Detective
  • Cognitive Reasoning, Math, Imagination
  • Pretend to be detectives and figure out the case of the mystery shape.
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