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When You Gotta Go

Episode Five | Story One

When You Gotta Go

Bigfoot plays astronauts at Sloth’s house and suddenly feels he has to go poop. Feeling embarrassed, he holds it in and quickly calls his dad to come pick him up.

The Story Explores

Potty Embarrassment | Anxiety | Body Positivity

Children learn that our bodies are amazing and help us to know what we need!

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: What types of messages do our bodies give us?
  • Apply It: Bigfoot and his friends sang a song that helped him feel more comfortable going poop at his friend's house. Are there songs or words that help you feel more comfortable when you are embarrassed or upset?
  • Pro Tip: Toileting can bring up big feelings for kids. Whatever your child is working on, be open and honest about the situation and remind them they aren’t alone. Everyone feels embarrassed at times!

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“I listen close 'cause my body knows when I have to poop. I can relax and go.”

-BIGFOOT

Let's Go Fix a Kite

Episode Five | Story Two

Let's Go Fix a Kite

Sloth makes a kite with his mom and is so excited to show it to Fox! Fox flies the kite, and when it gets stuck in a tree and breaks, Sloth and Fox get in a fight.

The Story Explores

Friendship Conflict | Self-Regulation | Repair

Children learn that sometimes friends fight but they can make things right by working it out together.

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: Why do you think Sloth and Fox told each other they didn’t want to be friends anymore? Did they really mean it?
  • Apply It: Have you ever had a disagreement with a friend? How did it make you feel?
  • Pro Tip: It takes practice for children to work out conflicts with friends. Modeling skills like listening, checking in, and apologizing can help children learn valuable lessons for repairing relationships.

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“Friends might get mad and sometimes fight. But if we talk and listen, we can make it right.”

-SLOTH