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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: 33

Animals Sing a Song

Sand animals sing, sing a song
1:0 Runtime
Plays: 38

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: 37

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: 50

Global Grover: South Africa

Grover's friends make cars out of old wire.
3:5 Runtime
Plays: 887

Walking with a Dinosaur

Big Bird and friends sing about tweeting, roaring, and walking with dinosaurs!
0:59 Runtime
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Make up a dino dance! Start with a simple pattern such as roar-stomp-roar-stomp. When you’re ready, add another move to the pattern. Turn on some music and get dino dancing!
Plays: 26

Dress Grover

Dress Grover in crazy outfits!
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As your child plays the game, ask her what Grover might do in each outfit. For example, he might work on a farm in his overalls, travel to space in his space suit, or dance on stage in his tuxedo.
0:30 Runtime
Plays: 16

If I Was a Cloud in the Sky

Snuffy dresses like a cloud for a play!
2:46 Runtime
Plays: 6

OK Go: Three Primary Colors

Mix it up with OK Go.
1:31 Runtime
Plays: 87

Adam Sandler: Song About Elmo

Adam Sandler sings a song about Elmo.
2:54 Runtime
Plays: 566

Musica

Rosita and friends make music.
1:33 Runtime
Plays: 38

Tito Puente: El Timbalon

Tito Puente plays the drums on Sesame Street.
2:35 Runtime

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