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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: 894

Andrea Bocelli's Lullaby

Andrea Bocelli helps Elmo get to sleep.
3:9 Runtime
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To help your child fall asleep, try a winding down activity, such as reading a bedtime story, a half hour to an hour before bedtime. When it's time to go to sleep, try singing a soothing song.
Plays: 50

Snuffy's Polka

Snuffy teaches us how to dance the polka.
1:50 Runtime
Plays: 1155

Be Doodle Dee Dum

Elmo sings a silly song to get happy.
1:53 Runtime
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Whenever Elmo feels down, he sings "Be Doodle Dee Dum." Make up a silly phrase with your child that she can say or sing anytime she feels down, to help her feel happy again!
Plays: 20

Use It Again

Recycle objects to make fun new things!
1:15 Runtime
Plays: 49

Global Grover: Bowl Dance

A girl learns a traditional Mongolian dance.
3:46 Runtime
Plays: 63

If I Was a Cloud in the Sky

Snuffy dresses like a cloud for a play!
2:46 Runtime
Plays: 192

Bert Sings "Rubber Duckie"

Bert sings the rubber duckie song.
3:8 Runtime
Plays: 531

Spidermonster: The Musical

Grover is Spidermonster!
3:33 Runtime
Plays: 134

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: 180

Bert and Ernie's Printmaker

Make some art with Bert and Ernie.
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Create your own collage at home! Use safe household items such as pieces of newspapers or magazines, string, and cotton balls to create your collage!
Plays: 161

There's a Dinosaur in My Room

Ernie helps Bert use his imagination
3:13 Runtime
Plays: 188

Fuzzy and Blue

Grover, Herry and Cookie in a vaudeville act.
2:33 Runtime

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