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Yak's Perfect Day

Episode Seven | Story One

Yak's Perfect Day

When Yak’s perfectly planned tea party with Unicorn gets derailed, she learns that she can always adjust her plans. 

The Story Explores

Changing Plans | Coping with Disappointment | Flexible Thinking

Children learn that even though it can be disappointing, it’s okay if plans change.

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: Yak's family has something they say when plans change to remind them to be flexible. Can you remember what it is?
  • Apply It: Can you think about a time when you felt excited about a plan, and then it changed? What was that like?
  • Pro Tip: When your child is disappointed, acknowledge it! This helps them to identify, express, and welcome all of their feelings—all critical skills for flexible thinking and problem solving.

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“Plans can change, and that's okay. If I keep an open heart, surprises come my way.”

-YAK

Imagine Myself To Sleep

Episode Seven | Story Two

Imagine Myself To Sleep

It’s time to go to sleep, but Sloth keeps imagining scary monsters in his room. Will he be able to use his imagination in a positive way and turn the scary monsters into funny creatures?

The Story Explores

Sleep Anxiety | Bedtime | Imagination

Children learn that they can find creative ways to help themselves cope with fears.

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 Sloth feel when he was trying to go to sleep? What things did he try to help himself feel better?
  • Apply It: We all have things that can scare us. What things make you feel afraid?
  • Pro Tip: When our children are afraid, logic doesn’t always work for kids with big imaginations or anxiety. Instead, try to work together to find creative ways for them to feel safe and secure.

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“When I feel scared at night in my bed, I can use my imagination to help me instead.”

-SLOTH