Category: Little Kids

Videos From Sesame Street and CNN’s Town Hall About Racism

Sesame Street and CNN teamed up on Saturday, June 6, for a town hall about racism, with educational opportunities for kids and parents alike. The “Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism. A CNN/Sesame Street Town Hall For Kids and Families” special was hosted by journalists Van Jones and Erica Hill and featured Sesame Street characters

Hobbies For Kids to Pick Up While Staying Home

Coming up with strings of activities for our kids to do in-between homeschooling and family walks is definitely not easy, and not exactly sustainable for a long period of time. However, this is the perfect opportunity to foster some independence in your child and help set them up with a hobby that can carry them

Meena Harris Inclusive Kids’ Book Kamala and Maya’s Big Idea

Meena Harris, the CEO and founder of the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign and niece of California senator Kamala Harris, is releasing her first children’s book, Kamala and Maya’s Big Idea. Based on true events, the empowering story explains how Meena’s mom, Maya, worked with Kamala to build a playground in their building’s courtyard. At its

Nicole Byer Shares How to Explain Racism to Kids

Nicole Byer has written a script on how to explain racism to children, and she’s calling upon white parents to put it to use. On Tuesday, the host of Netflix’s Nailed It! shared that after seeing a comment on Instagram from a parent that said they would “keep their head down” and just let their

Diverse Toys For Kids — Dolls, Puzzles, and Games

In addition to educating your children about race, diversifying your kids’ bookshelves and toy bins is part of doing the work to ensure you’re raising a child who is antiracist, now and always. Babies begin to learn about race from 3 months old, so fostering meaningful conversations and teaching the concepts of inclusivity and representation

Kindergarten Teacher Explains What Is Racism | Video

Vera Ahiyya is a kindergarten teacher, and amid the challenges of remote learning, she has made videos for the students at her school in Brooklyn, NY. Passionate about teaching kids the joys of reading — she’s known as a “book influencer” on Instagram — she decided to read a topical children’s book, Let’s Talk About

How to Watch CNN and Sesame Street’s Town Hall About Racism

On the heels of Sesame Street‘s antiracist statement on June 1, the show is taking a step in following through on its promise to “speak out against racism, to promote understanding, and to create a world that is smarter, stronger, and kinder.” In collaboration with CNN, Sesame Street will talk to kids about racism in

Gru and the Minions COVID-19 PSA About Staying Home | Video

The World Health Organization, United Nations Foundation, and production company Illumination have teamed up to release a very cute and lighthearted PSA starring everyone’s favorite friendly villain, Gru from Despicable Me. Gru was social distancing way before the rest of us — or at least before he became a doting dad — so he has