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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: 607

Telly, Oscar And The Letter B

Telly and Oscar talk about the letter B.
Literacy
1:9 Runtime
Plays: 287

Johnny Galecki: Transform

Johnny Galecki explains the word "transform."
Literacy
1:44 Runtime
Plays: 493

Going to the Library

A song about going to the library
Literacy
2:9 Runtime
Plays: 190

H is for Halloween

Celebrate Halloween with pumpkins, costumes and the letter H!
Literacy
1:25 Runtime
Plays: 863

Spanish Word of the Day: Salta

Rosita teaches us that "salta" means jump.
Literacy
1:11 Runtime
Plays: 657

Abby's Gift Rap

Help Abby wrap her gifts by completing the rhymes.
Literacy
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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: 1515

Spanish "G" Word Song

Rosita strums a Spanish "G" song on her guitar.
Literacy
1:16 Runtime
Plays: 1716

Alphabet Rap

Elmo raps the alphabet.
Literacy
1:28 Runtime
Plays: 1440

Brittany Snow: Friend

Brittany Snow and Elmo explain the word friend.
Literacy
1:31 Runtime
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It's fun to make new friends! Use puppets or stuffed animals to act out what your child would do if he wanted to make a new friend! Encourage him to share his name, and ask, "Can I play with you?"
Plays: 833

Grover: Disco Alphabet Song

Grover is a disco king.
Literacy
2:15 Runtime
Plays: 489

Transportation

Zoe Saldana explains the word "transportation."
Literacy
1:59 Runtime
Plays: 744

Charlize Theron: Jealous

Charlize Theron feels jealous of Abby Cadabby's wings.
Literacy
2:23 Runtime
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Talk about the word jealous, a strong feeling you have when you want something that someone else has. Together, talk about a time when your child felt jealous and what she did to feel better.

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