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Literacy

Reading and writing for young children begins by sharing books and stories, alphabet songs and games, rhymes, and early drawing and writing experiences. When children see written words, it helps them recognize letters and understand meaning in text. Reading also builds their vocabulary.

Plays: 613

Gross Grouch Song

Oscar sings a grouchy song about the letter ?G.?
0:44 Runtime
Plays: 196

Eric Stonestreet: Remember

Eric Stonestreet and Abby remember an important list.
2:20 Runtime
Plays: 343

Letter of the Day Game Show: J

Cookie Monster has to find three things.
2:27 Runtime
Plays: 67

Word on the Street: Subtraction

Murray introduces the word "subtraction".
0:30 Runtime
Plays: 381

Letter V Salesman

Grover tries to sell the letter V.
1:58 Runtime
Plays: 164

Spanish Word of the Day: Feliz

Feliz means happy in Spanish.
1:0 Runtime
Plays: 133

Albert Pujols: Athlete

Albert Pujols and Grover illustrate what "athlete" means.
2:3 Runtime
Plays: 32

Yes!

Zoe tells Baby Bear the word of the day.
0:53 Runtime
Plays: 350

Ruben Studdard: Soul Alphabet

Elmo and Ruben sing the alphabet song.
2:13 Runtime
Plays: 146

Abby's Gift Rap

Help Abby wrap her gifts by completing the rhymes.
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Help your child make up silly words that rhyme with her name. For example, you might rhyme Carly with darley or starley! How many silly rhyming words can you come up with?
Plays: 84

The Mad T Party

Abby gets served "T".
6:29 Runtime
Plays: 274

My Name is Zoe

Zoe spells her name out using blocks.
1:32 Runtime

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