Help incorporate playful learning into your child’s early education through different kinds of games, storybooks, and interactives that will keep them curious, confident, and excited to explore more.
Welcome to Our Garden
An interactive game in which children add rocks to the Sesame Street community garden.
Bert & Ernie Reuse & Reinvent!
An interactive game about upcycling.
A Little Bit Different, A Little Bit the Same
A storybook on adjusting to small changes.
Abby’s Letter Garden
Prepare children for school success by exposing them to uppercase letters, helping them recognize them, and write them themselves.
I Am Me
An interactive game to explore identity.
Storytime is a great way to built vocabulary! As you read these interactive storybooks, point out and talk about what’s happening in each scene.
Elmo’s Brain Games
You can help children build important skills in everyday moments.
Oscar’s Trash Launch
Use Oscar’s trash launcher to learn more about force.
Learning Daily Routines
Make everyday routines easy to remember with these interactive cards.
Playing is learning with Sesame games. Interactive fun can help your child build language and math skills, stretch their imagination, and more. Here are two of our favorites—and there are many more to explore!
These stories can help families, providers, and kids with what matters most in young lives: health and wellness, social-emotional skills, and school readiness.
Furry Fuzzy Hugs
In the face of anxiety or chaos, hugs offer a sense of security and safety.
Creating safe places in our minds can be a key coping strategy, and Big Bird is here to help.
Looking for Special
A storybook featuring Lily about the importance of confidence as a key skill in building resilience.
Healthy and Strong, All Day Long
Everyday routines are building blocks for learning healthy habits and reaching developmental milestones.
A storybook about celebrating everyone’s similarities and differences.
The Monster Dash
A storybook featuring Karli about practicing flexibility and maintaining a positive outlook as skills to build resilience.