23rd May 2024

Sesame Workshop launches new resources to support the emotional wellbeing of young children and families.

Sesame Workshop, the global impact non-profit behind Sesame Street, has announced the launch of a multi-platform initiative to support the emotional wellbeing of young people and families with a series of videos featuring favourite Sesame Street friends—three of them animated by A Productions.

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The new resources are launched on sesame.org during US Mental Health Awareness Month and include a range of activities, a series of new bi-lingual videos and a digital storybook.  A Productions provided animation services for three of the videos available now – “Brain Food”, “Bedtime Meltdown”, and “Twiddlebugs Get Moving – which address the connection between mental and physical health with a focus on nutrition, sleep and movement.

An additional five videos animated by A Productions will be launched on June 17th covering topics including soothing big feelings with Big Bird to learning self-compassion with Rosita.

The new resources are part of the multi-platform initiative to support family wellbeing that builds on Sesame’s long history of support in this critical area.

Katherine McQueen, joint managing director at A Productions said:

“It’s been a pleasure working with Sesame Workshop again to create these new video resources that support the emotional wellbeing of young children and families.  It’s been wonderful to create shorts that can make a difference to children’s lives as part of our ongoing relationship with Sesame Workshop.”

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