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How Are Your Little Kids Doing Post-Pandemic? Elmo and Big Bird Want to Help

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Pandemic-era quarantines and lockdowns presented unique challenges for parents of young children, but a new app developed in partnership with Sesame Workshop aims to help kids play catch-up on any skills they may have lost during the last two years.

Learn With Sesame(Opens in a new window) includes two dozen guided and free play learning experiences that allow children aged 2 to 5 to explore different parts of the neighborhood.

At the Playground, they'll practice kindness and empathy. At Hooper's Store, it's all about exploration of new foods. The Community Center focuses on conflict resolution.

The app comes from Sesame Workshop(Opens in a new window), the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, and educational company BEGiN(Opens in a new window).

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