Sesame Street Tackles Bullying
As an independent, nonprofit organization; programs like Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children would not be possible without charitable giving. If funded, Sesame Workshop will tackle another major issue for families in the autism community and beyond: how to prevent bullying by fostering empathy and compassion.
Childhood bullying hurts, and research shows that kids with autism are disproportionately affected. Since 2015, Sesame Workshop has reached millions of kids and families with their work in the autism community. However, in order to tackle bullying prevention, Sesame Workshop is looking to their passionate community of fans and families for help. If the campaign’s first funding goal is reached, Sesame Workshop aims to create a kid-friendly digital storybook about understanding differences through everyday activities and play – plus articles and supplementary materials about bullying for grown-ups.
As with other materials and storybooks featuring Julia, this new content will offer parents and caregivers a perfect starting point for deeper conversations with their children. Here are some fun videos to check out:
Julia and Rosita Celebrate Families
Julia and Grover Search for Patterns
Julia, Rosita and Grover Play Freeze Dance
If you’d like to help fund Sesame Workshop’s endeavor to bring an end to bullying, please visit their Kickstarter page here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sesamestreet/help-prevent-bullying-with-sesame-streets-autism-i?ref=user_menu
This entry was posted by signewhitson on April 25, 2018 at 5:40 pm, and is filed under bullying. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.
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