Breathe, Think, Do with Sesame Street
Breathe, Think, Do with Sesame
“This is a resource app for you to share with your child to help teach skills such as problem solving, self-control, planning, and task persistence.
Laugh and learn as you help a Sesame Street monster friend calm down and solve everyday challenges. This bilingual (English and Spanish), research-based app helps your child learn Sesame’s “Breathe, Think, Do” strategy for problem-solving. Tap and touch to help the monster friend take deep breaths, think of plans, and try them out! Your child will enjoy silly animations and playful interactions as she is exposed to important emotional vocabulary, a calm breathing technique, personalized encouragements, and more!” App store description
This app allows children to deal with everyday frustrations. This app also allows children to breathe and think when they are trying to deal with a difficult task. Tying your shoes and getting ready for school, or having to go to sleep.
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