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Sesame Street’s Grover offers tips for kids on dealing with the pandemic in NPR interview

Sesame Street's Grover offers tips for kids on dealing with the pandemic in NPR interview

It’s hard to be a kid right now. In-person play dates are off limits and school isn’t the same via a screen. 

Grover, Sesame Street‘s beloved blue monster, gets it. He went on NPR’s Life Kit podcast with hosts Anya Kamentez and Cory Turner to talk about how he copes with missing his friends, how to stay in the moment, and why it’s OK to be sad right now. 

Here are five tips from Grover that can help kids take their minds off coronavirus and stay connected with their friends.

1. Keep busy

Grover lends a helping hand around his house by picking up his toys, making his bed, and bringing his dishes to the sink.  Read more…

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