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Health

Young children learn what it means to be healthy, which includes practicing good hygiene, eating nutritious foods, being active, and getting enough rest. Children start to understand and appreciate what their bodies can do and what they need to grow strong.

Plays: 6847

NE-YO: You've Got a Body So Move It

Sing along with NE-YO and move your body!
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1:10 Runtime
Plays: 1365

Cookie Monster Hop

Help Cookie Monster reach the other side of the milk river and eat all of the snacks!
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Watch out for rolling donuts as you help Cookie Monster reach the other side of the milk river. Can you name the snacks on the other side?
Plays: 4672

Riding a Tricycle

Elmo sings about riding his tricycle.
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1:7 Runtime
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It's important to wear your helmet when you ride a tricycle. Ride in style by decorating your helmet with stickers!
Plays: 2005

Boo Boo Busters

Abby and Elmo sing about healing boo boos.
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1:1 Runtime
Plays: 48

Frazzle Visits the Dentist

Frazzle is afraid to go to the dentist.
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2:16 Runtime
Plays: 30

Trash Gordon: Energy

Trash Gordon eats healthy food to stay strong
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0:27 Runtime
Plays: 2103

If Elmo Had Teeth

Elmo sings a song about brushing your teeth.
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2:18 Runtime
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Help your child learn to take good care of her teeth! Encourage her to brush them all over twice a day in small circles, and eat crunchy, tooth-friendly foods like apples, pears, carrots or celery.
Plays: 637

Most Peculiar Meal

Bert eats breakfast but Ernie brings a frog.
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1:38 Runtime
Plays: 138

Global Grover: Cricket

A boy in London, England talks about cricket.
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3:8 Runtime
Plays: 27

Practicing Basketball

A girl's friend helps her practice basketball.
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1:52 Runtime
2:26 Runtime
Plays: 1100

Toddler: Elmo's Potty Time

Help Elmo figure out when to go potty in this game for toddlers.
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Make a chart to keep track of when your child uses the toilet successfully. Each time, he can add a sticker or draw a picture on the chart.

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