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Sesame Street Offers Online Divorce Kit for Parents and Kids

One of the most trusted names in children’s television has created an online kit designed to help both you and your child through divorce. Sesame Street’s Little Children, Big Challenges: Divorce kit is a free online resource perfect for families with preschoolers that are experiencing divorce. The kit contains:

  • A storybook
  • Several printable activities for children
  • A tip sheet for your extended family
  • A tip sheet for parents
  • Playlists of songs and videos for your child
  • An information sheet in Spanish

The kit features some of the best-known and well-loved Sesame Street characters such as Abby, Grover, and Elmo. All of the material is age-appropriate and specially designed to offer support, information, and age-appropriate interaction for preschoolers dealing with divorce. The kit is an excellent way to talk with your child about divorce and help him or her work through the emotions involved with the process.

The kit is a breakthrough for Sesame Street that famously filmed an episode of the show about divorce many years ago and then could not air it since it reinforced children’s negative feelings about divorce. The kit offers well-researched and tested materials that provide positive reactions in children.

At DeTorres & DeGeorge we care about how divorce affects you and your children. Our goal is to help you find solutions that minimize the effect of divorce on your children and allow you to move forward. We represent clients in Oldwick, New Jersey and all the surrounding areas. Call us today at 908-284-6005 for an appointment.

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About DeTorres and DeGeorge Family Law

DeTorres and DeGeorge Family Law is a New Jersey based family law firm that has been helping New Jersey residents achieve the best possible results in their divorce for nearly 30 years. The DeTorres and DeGeorge Family Law team is always ready to fight for their clients’ rights – determined to help New Jersey families overcome legal challenges from start to finish. Our legal team, with over 65 years of combined experience, provides expert guidance on all family law and divorce-related matters, including custody and parenting time, alimony and child support, equitable distribution of assets, premarital agreements, post-divorce issues, executive compensation distribution, divorces for business owners, and divorce mediation. The firm has been recognized for its dedication and expertise in the industry by multiple local and national organizations, including Super Lawyers, Law Firm 500, and the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys. Rosanne DeTorres, Managing Partner, is one of 150 lawyers certified as a matrimonial law attorney.

Carolyn B. Hand
Carolyn Hand is a passionate and experienced litigator specializing in family law. In 2020, she was named partner at DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law. Carolyn represents clients in family court in all matters pertaining to divorce, custody...
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