Post the cards in the correct sequence near the bathroom sink. It’s your old pal Grover with some health tips…” begins the spindly blue monster in a Sesame Street PSA.. After teaching kids to wash their hands Grover transitions into some new normal brainwashing: “Another way for everyone to stay healthy is by practicing physical distance and staying six feet away from people in public. The project features Sesame Street friends who model fun ways to move and play and encourage children to explore and enjoy healthy foods. Ask, “When is it important to wash your hands?” (after coughing or sneezing, before eating, after using the bathroom, plus any time they’re dirty). Sing another hand-washing song (to the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It”): If you’re coughing and you’re sneezing, wash your hands. How to Wash Your Hands Staying Healthy Age 2 to 6 1-4 Min The Sesame Street Muppets are featured in some of four new animated public service spots reminding young fans to take care while doing such things as washing hands and sneezing. The beloved Sesame Street Muppets are featured in some of four new animated public service spots reminding young fans to take care while doing such things as washing hands and sneezing. Source: CNN Entire CNN Sesame Street coronavirus Town Hall (6 Videos) The PSA is part of Sesame Workshop’s new Caring for Each Other initiative. Print this page and invite kids to color it in, then help them cut it apart and put the steps in order. The Big Idea: There’s a right way to wash your hands to ensure personal cleanliness and prevent spreading germs, and it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3. Ask kids about the different places they might wash their hands, such as at home, at daycare, or … The beloved Sesame Street Muppets are featured in some of four new animated public service spots reminding young fans to take care while doing such things as washing hands and sneezing. “Hello everybody! The beloved Sesame Street Muppets are featured in some of four new animated public service spots reminding young fans to take care while doing such things as washing hands and sneezing. If you are looking to reinforce this information with your little ones, then turn on a hand washing video featuring Elmo and the Sesame Street gang. The next time kids wash their hands, help them try Elmo’s trick: Sing the alphabet song to remember how long to wash! Sesame Street Healthy Habits for Life was created to help parents and caregivers encourage children to build healthy habits early. A 30-second video called “Washy Wash Song” features Elmo singing, “Wash, washy wash, washy wash your hands. Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains to Elmo why face masks and proper hand washing techniques are helpful to stop the spread of coronavirus. Watch the video together. Explain that all kids everywhere keep germs away by washing their hands.