Sesame Workshop, the global impact nonprofit behind Sesame Street, has released new resources to help young children learn the basic concepts that serve as a foundation for financial education.
Airing on GPB-TV on Thursday, October 15, Sesame Workshop will address racism – and model how children can stand up to it – in “The Power of We: A Sesame Street Special.”
Rich array of Sesame Street content, including newly produced Sesame Street Muppet moments designed to entertain, educate, and comfort parents, caregivers, and children
New videos, a storybook, and interactive activities feature Karli, a new Sesame Street Muppet in foster care, and her foster parents.
Special episode to air on PBS KIDS—new bilingual resources celebrating families, addressing topics like bullying also launched
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First Lady Michelle Obama and Sesame Street's Big Bird teamed up to film two public service announcements encouraging kids to eat healthy and get active.
At last week’s Kidscreen Summit in New York, PBS’s kids programming came away with a lot of big wins!
The folks at Sesame Street couldn't resist, a spoof of Downton Abbey with theme music and all. The segment is called Upside Downton Abbey. In the clip, an upside down Dowager Countess fusses with Mr. Carson on why everything he serves falls down from plat
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