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When Things Change

Episode Six | Story One

When Things Change

Fox is moving to a new home on the other side of the forest, and all these changes feel too big for him. 

The Story Explores

Moving Homes | Change | Acceptance

Children learn that it can be hard when we go through a big change, but there can be good things about change too.

Bring the lessons to life!

Here are a few questions that can help you and your child connect with the story more deeply:

  • Understand It: How did Fox feel about moving to a new home? What helped him feel better?
  • Apply It: What are some things that have changed in your life? How did those changes make you feel?
  • Pro Tip: Like adults, children need space to process change. Adjusting takes time, so instead of rushing the process, trust that they will get through with a little support!

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“When things change, I can keep an open heart. Even if it's hard, I can get through this part.”

-FOX

Bigfoot's First Sleepover

Episode Six | Story Two

Bigfoot's First Sleepover

Bigfoot is very excited to spend the night at Fox’s new home for the first time, until bedtime, when he begins to miss his dad.

The Story Explores

Separation Anxiety | Coping Skills | Resilience

Children learn that they are always connected to loved ones, even when they are far apart.

Bring the lessons to life!

Here are a few questions that can help you and your child connect with the story more deeply:

  • Understand It: How did Bigfoot feel about his sleepover with Fox at the beginning? In the middle? At the end?
  • Apply It: Do you ever miss your grown-ups? If so, what do you do to help yourself feel better?
  • Pro Tip: When kids are separated from loved ones and need extra support, the “Invisible Thread” song from this episode can remind them they are always connected to their friends and family.

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“I am strong. I am brave, even when we're far apart. I know you are always with me. We're connected heart to heart.”

-BIGFOOT