Social Development


  • Elmo's First Day of School | Sesame Street

    Explore Elmo's classroom at school while learning shapes, sorting and classifications, and social development skills. This game is only compatible with desktop computers.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Ed Sheeran: I Live In Two Different Worlds | Sesame Street

    Ed Sheeran sings with his muppet friends about appropriate behavior in the classroom as opposed to behavior at home. Learning to raise your hand, standing in line, and listening to the teacher are important skills.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Romeo Santos: Quiero Ser Tu Amigo | Sesame Street

    Romeo Santos and Elmo sing about strategies to help make new friends, in English and in Spanish.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Sharing Song | Sesame Street

    Being a good friend means sharing and playing nicely together. Use this song as a reminder of why sharing is the best!

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Spanish Me, English Me | Sesame Street

    Help cultivate a positive self image in kids who speak two languages! A boy sings all about being proud to speak both Spanish and English in his every day life.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Three Girls in the Same Dress | Sesame Street

    When Segi, Abby, and Rosita all want to be Cinderella, they decide to take turns, each girl playing Cinderella at a different part of the story. Taking turns and learning to compromise is the moral of this Cinderella story.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Birdwalk Empire | Sesame Street

    Two groups of birds must learn to compromise in this parody of "Boardwalk Empire."

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Two-Headed Monster Takes Turns | Sesame Street

    Two-Headed Monster learns to wait and share in this demonstration of taking turns.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • That's Cooperation! | Sesame Street

    Big Bird is working with different kinds of birds to help clean up Sesame Street. This catchy number about cooperation reminds us the importance of working together.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Song: Grouchology | Sesame Street

    Oscar looks into Grouchology school, where Grouches learn to question and observe things that are noisy and yucky! This resource teaches STEM skills, such as observing and asking questions.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Song: Amigos | Sesame Street

    A Spanish melody about friendship! Discover the joy of spending time with amigos, or friends. This resource teaches Spanish vocabulary through song.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Song: Share Share | Sesame Street

    Chris and his twin sister sing a song about sharing. Sharing isn't always easy or fun, but sometimes sharing can be great, like when you share a laugh or a game. This resource focuses on sharing and taking turns.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Song: If I Didn't Have You | Sesame Street

    A song about sibling rivalry. Siblings may fight, but without them, it would be only you, and that would be lonely! This video teaches the benefits of having a sibling.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Song: Together We Can Get It Done | Sesame Street

    Maria and Gordon sing about working together to get a job done. When a project is big, a little help from a friend or two can make a job easier and get it done faster! Use this video to demonstrate the benefits and importance of teamwork.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Song: Preschool Musical | Sesame Street

    In this High School Musical parody, preschool students debate about playing blocks or playing dress up. They learn that they can take turns playing both! This song teaches about compromise and about preschool behavior and activities.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Vote Song | Sesame Street

    When a group of people can't agree, sometimes they have to make a choice and vote. The group with the most votes wins. This song teaches the concept of voting and reviews counting.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Abby and Elmo Imagine | Sesame Street

    Abby and Elmo use their imagination and play pretend! They pretend they're space monkeys with brown fur and long tails. This video focuses on imaginative play.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Same/Different with Abby and Elmo | Sesame Street

    Abby and Elmo describe the ways in which they're the same and different. Abby has furry hair and ears, and since she's a fairy, she has wings! But they both have two arms, two hands, and two eyes! This resource teaches similarities and differences.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • The Dolly Trick with Abby and Elmo | Sesame Street

    Elmo sees Abby playing with her dolly, and he wants one too! Abby uses magic to try and make a doll appear for Elmo, but she makes a pumpkin and marker appear instead. This gives Elmo the idea of drawing a face on the pumpkin to transform it into a dolly. This resource focuses on problem solving and creativity.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Elmo and Abby Cooperate | Sesame Street

    Abby is doing her fairy exercises. She's flapping her wings and counting to the number four, but she gets distracted when Elmo arrives banging on his drum. The sound of the drum makes her lose track of her counting, but Elmo needs to practice drumming so he can get better. They decide to compromise - Elmo will play his drum in beats of four so Abby can count and Elmo can drum at the same time. This resouce teaches cooperation.

    Grades: PreK-1

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