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An all-new season of Sesame Street premieres on HBO on Saturday, November 18th!

Arts

Children can use music, movement and dance, visual arts, or drama to express themselves. The arts engage children’s minds, bodies, and senses and can help children learn information across all domains.

Plays: 230

Bert Sings "Rubber Duckie"

Bert sings the rubber duckie song.
3:8 Runtime
Plays: 101

Drawing with Baby Bear 2

Baby Bear teaches how to draw a circle.
3:5 Runtime
Plays: 1578

Monster Music

Make music and play instruments with Elmo, Abby, Cookie, and Oscar!
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Create your own family band using items from around the house, like empty oatmeal containers and wooden spoons. Sing favorite songs together as you play your instruments!
Plays: 260

Musical Rooms: Nursery

Make music in the nursery!
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As your child colors the picture, encourage her to name the different objects she sees.
Plays: 269

Doin the Pigeon #2

Bert does his pigeon dance.
3:23 Runtime
Plays: 319

Sugarland and Elmo

Elmo and Sugarland sing about songs.
2:43 Runtime
Plays: 359

Rocco Fiorentino Sings

Rocco Fiorentino sings Everybody's Song.
2:18 Runtime
Plays: 189

What We Are Music Maker

Express yourself by creating your own song.
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Celebrate your child's strengths! During the day, point out the things he is good at such as singing a song for his baby brother or putting on his shoes.
Plays: 307

Rotten Eggs and Jam

Delicious trash
1:52 Runtime
Plays: 134

Zoe's Dance Moves

Make a dance with Zoe!
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Make up a dance together just like Zoe! Create three different moves such as jump, twirl, and shake, and do them one by one. After you do your dance, ask your child if he can remember the moves.
Plays: 220

Twiddlebug Chorus

Sing a song with the twiddlebugs.
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Explore the different ways you can make music. What sounds can you make with your hands? Feet? Mouth?
Plays: 1300

Princess and the Elephant

Natalie Portman talks about dressing up.
4:24 Runtime

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