What it's about: "With the help of her stuffed animal friends, Doc McStuffins runs a clinic for toys out of her playhouse."
Concepts it teaches: Processing feelings, social skills, problem solving, and basic health and medical concepts
Ages it's best suited for: 3 and up
Identifying and regulating feelings and emotions are such important skills for kids to learn, and unsurprisingly, there's plenty of media (and toys!) focused on social-emotional learning. From classics like Sesame Street and Barney and Friends to newer shows like Esme & Roy and Stillwater, there are a bunch of series for kids - especially toddlers - that put heavy focus on exploring big feelings, coping, and self-regulating.
Keep scrolling to learn more about some of our favorites and find out where to stream them with your little ones.