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Yak the Amazing Juggler

Episode One | Story one

Yak the Amazing Juggler

Yak learns how to juggle and can’t wait to show her parents! Busy with her triplet baby sisters, Yak’s parents can’t pay attention to her, and she begins to act out.

The Story Explores

Sibling Jealousy | Acting Out | Family Dynamics

Children learn how to navigate difficult feelings that come when a parent's attention cannot solely be on them.

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 Yak feel when her parents were too busy to watch her juggle?
  • Apply It: Has there been a time where you felt I was too busy for you? How did it make you feel?
  • Pro Tip: Every parent is busy for different reasons. We get it! In these moments, you can let your child know they are seen and heard by acknowledging their feelings.

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“My family is big, and babies need care. But I’m still important. Love is always there.”

-YAK

Keep On Running

Episode One | Story Two

Keep On Running

Fox accidentally gets hurt while playing, but he’s too embarrassed to cry in front of his friends. He runs away from his friends and his emotions until he realizes it’s okay to cry.

The Story Explores

Showing Feelings | Friendship | Acceptance

Children learn that feelings give us strength and it takes bravery to share how we feel.

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 didn’t Fox want to cry in front of his friends?
  • Apply It: Do you think it’s okay to cry in front of other people? Who is someone you feel safe sharing your feelings with?
  • Pro Tip: It’s important for children’s well-being to be able to express all emotions, even sadness. Find ways to remind your child that they are both safe and encouraged to communicate their feelings, big or small.

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“Everybody cries, big or small. It’s okay to show the feelings inside of us all.”

-FOX