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It’s really no coincidence that i started off the natural fertility 101 series with detoxification. This 7 day quick cleanse** is a simple program with everything you need for a 7 day internal body cleanse. 27 Mar 2015 Jen Rabulan-Bertram Leave a Comment Liberty Science Center is no stranger to family-friendly exhibits. The exhibit, which explores the human body and how to keep it healthy, features three education zones: Your Insides, Your Outsides and Staying Healthy.
Your Insides explores bodily functions and weaves familiar monsters into the interactive features. Staying Healthy overviews the importances of staying clean, making smart food choices and getting lots of rest and physical activity. Since we visited on a weekend, the caveat to this exhibit is the high volume of museum-goers.
We enjoyed checking out Sesame Street Presents: The Body, courtesy of LSC and JerseyMoms Media. Not only do my fellow NYC and NJ bloggers get to socialize with our families, but we get to enjoy a day of educational fun.
16 Feb 2015 Jen Rabulan-Bertram Leave a Comment Cookie Monster is up to his regular shenanigans, except this time, he’s starring in The Cookie Thief on Monday, February 16 on PBS Kids.
And in Sesame Street fashion, this special focuses on important emotions and offers teaching moments.
My preschooler, who is learning all about self-regulation concepts himself, absolutely loved The Cookie Thief.
14 May 2014 Jen Rabulan-Bertram Leave a Comment Once again, I’m attending the PBS Annual Meeting as part of the PBS Kids VIP ambassadorship program.  This time, the meeting is in beautiful San Francisco, where we’re getting a chance to enjoy the local restaurants after sessions, as well as take in a few sights. The agenda for the PBS Annual Meeting serves as a preview for the upcoming year for the channel’s various shows and specials.  It’s a chance for the executives at stations across the US to engage with PBS execs, show creators and others involved in creating content for PBS’ platforms. Lots of great independent programs, Martha Stewart, How We Get To Now with Steven Johnson are among the highlights so far. Of course, this was *ahem* 30 something years ago, nevertheless, this sentiment rings true today for many families of different socio-economic backgrounds. One of the lead boys looks just like my older boy—this is huge for mixed kids who have often wondered why other shows don’t have characters that look like them.  In a few hours, we’ll be meeting Tim McKeon and Adam Peltzman, the witty creators of OddSquad.  I can’t wait for this one!
30 May 2012 Jen Rabulan-Bertram Leave a Comment It may have been the unofficial start to summer, but beyond BBQs and beach time, this past weekend was a time to celebrate those who serve and have served in our military. In line with Memorial Day celebrations, this past Saturday, some characters from Sesame Street performed on The Intrepid, as part of the launch of its newest outreach initiative, Little Children, Big Challenges. I was honored to be onhand on the Intrepid with my own family to capture the debut of the anthem of this latest outreach, What I Am, sung by American Idol alum, Matt Rogers. Because Fleet Week festivities were wrapping up at the Intrepid, we were able to take part in a few educational activities.

Our day at the Intrepid, listening to the Sesame Street performance and checking out all the military-related activities was a fun outing; but most importantly, it was the beginning of a dialogue with our children about the importance of our military, and just how much our service men and women and their families mean to us. To learn more about Sesame Street’s newest outreach initiative, Little Children, Big Challenges, be sure to check out their online resources, which includes printables, games and a video. Want to view the video of What I Am that features Rosita, Elmo, Gordon, Matt Rogers and the Quantico Marine Corps Band?  The video is posted below the jump. Rated E for Everyone, this game is ideal for preschoolers to early grade school and their family members.  Change up the holiday family gathering monotony! Product sample was provide to facilitate this review; as always, all opinions on NKT are my own.
But even before the summer season began, as part of their Opening Day Celebration, our family had the chance to preview the excitement that Sesame Place has in store for the 2011 season. A little over an hour outside of the NYC area, Sesame Place in Langhorne, PA is a popular day trip for city and suburban families alike.  The fun mix of shows, family-friendly rides and water rides make the only Sesame Street-themed amusement park an ideal locale for young families.
As guests of blogger pal Heather from Girl Gone Mom, who is also one of the Sesame Place ambassadors, the Kid had a chance to meet and greet the newest member of the Sesame Place gang, none other than Murray, himself!  As if meeting Murray wasn’t enough, Sesame Place pulled out all the stops and invited the media and our families to meet ALL of the Sesame Place characters prior to the debut of their new Neighborhood Street Party Parade. The Neighborhood Street Party Parade, a vibrant display of floats, charming performers and cheery characters, was a highlight for my Sesame Street-loving crew.  Favorites like Big Bird to the Count to Super Grover and beyond kept kids and parents smiling from beginning to end! All of these fun Elmo gear, gadgets  and goodies can be found on one of my affiliates, The Sesame Street Store.  As always, shopping at my affiliates and sponsors helps me to make this website possible.
Filed Under: gadgets, gear, goodies Tagged With: Elmo, gadgets, gear, goodies, Sesame StreetHappy Birthday Elmo!
Do you guys have any favorite Elmo memories?  If you do, make sure you check out Elmo’s Facebook page and share your memories over there, too! Be on the look out for my next post about cool Elmo gadgets and goodies worth checking out. At the Capital Food Bank in Washington, DC, celebrity chef and author, Art Smith, joins Elmo in a healthy and affordable cooking demo during the unveiling of Food for Thought: Eating Well on a Budget. Food for Thought: Eating Well on a Budget, part of the company’s on-going Healthy Habits for Life initiative, is a free bi-lingual (English-Spanish) multimedia outreach program designed to help support families who have children between the ages of two and eight, cope with uncertain or limited access to affordable and nutritious food. As the country’s economic status continues to take its toll, the number of young children confronting food insecurity continues to increase, as do the subsequent effects on children’s health, school performance, growth, and development, Sesame Workshop said.
As part of this outreach program, 400,000 Food for Thought resource kits will be distributed through UnitedHealthcare, The Merck Foundation and other key organizations including National WIC association, Feeding America, Head Start, Meals on Wheels and other key organizations. I hope to do my part by continuing to share healthier eating and snacking ideas for kids, including ways to eat well on a budget. 20 Apr 2010 Jen Rabulan-Bertram 3 Comments Last year, Michelle Obama visited Sesame Street to tout the importance of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Since then, announcing her Let’s Move campaign, which focuses on combatting childhood obesity, Mrs.
So, when Sesame Street, together with Ferry Morse, introduced their new line of gardening products geared to kids, the marketplace area at the Annual Easter Egg Roll was an impeccably-timed venue to help even more kids learn about gardening first hand.

The Muppets of Sesame Street can be seen on packets of watermelon, pepper, sunflower, pumpkin, garden beans and tomato seeds, for parents and children to plant together.  The new product line also features Sesame Street-themed gardening totes complete with an activity booklet, seeds, tools, labeling stakes and stickers, a mini garden kit and a mini greenhouse with recipe card. Sesame Street’s new gardening line is a perfect way to encourage kids to be green while going green. Did you happen to notice that i didn’t blog about my food on thursday, friday, or saturday last week?
Count’s Organ Organ teaches kids about internal organs with a musical twist; Digestion with Oscar keeps it real with a display that shows kids what happens after the food goes down the tubes and Oscar’s Sneeze Machine allows kids to pull a lever to irritate a big nose that actually sneezes on them. Wonderful Hands includes puzzles sign language games shadow puppets, among other fun activities. From learning all about how everyone poops to kicking a soccer ball to grocery shopping non-stop, The Body kept both my gradeschooler and preschooler entertained and engaged with educational content and iconic characters we know and love.
Museums in general can be sensory overload, even moreso when you can barely walk through a crowd of small kids. LSC has hosted bloggers several times, but I seem to always have the most fun when my friends from JerseyMoms Media co-host. If you’d like to check out Sesame Street Presents: The Body with your family, enter for a 4 pack of tickets below! As Cookie Monster hopes to clear his name, kids learn about self-regulation concepts including impulse control, following directions and managing emotions.
Interactive Entertainment released Once Upon a Monster, the first Sesame Street title for Kinect for Xbox 360.
Obama has made it her mission to educate families and kids about making healthy choices, including cultivating your own seeds—figuratively and literally. As with any museum on a weekend, be prepared to wait for interactive features and taking turns with other kids.
Learning how to make “blood” was one of the coolest activities I’ve seen for this age group. When art goes missing, questions arise as to whether or not Cookie had something to do with it.
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Cookie Monster’s starring role in the Cookie Thief is a fun and engaging movie for preschoolers, and one that is perfect to watch while the kids are home for school this president’s day!

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