Explore these resources — created in partnership by the National Center on Health, Behavioral Health, and Safety (NCHBHS) and Sesame Workshop — to support health, behavioral health, and safety practices in an early childhood program. Discover materials that help children grow healthy minds and bodies. This collection also features resources to help adults talk with children about tough topics like grief, parental substance use, trauma, and emergencies.
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Use these videos to acknowledge the hard work of staff in Head Start programs, and to help families learn more about the comprehensive health and early learning services Head Start programs offer.
Listen along to the Sesame Street Muppets as they guide children and adults in five mindfulness practices: whole-body listening, self-love, noticing, deep breathing, and body scans.
View these webinars to learn how Sesame Workshop resources can support staff, families, and children to practice healthy habits, address tough topics, and build health literacy.
Learn how to build children’s social and emotional skills by talking about race and diversity. These videos share Sesame Workshop resources about celebrating identities, building community, and resolving conflicts.
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National Centers: Health, Behavioral Health, and Safety
Last Updated: February 13, 2024