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Logic and Reasoning

Thinking and problem-solving helps children take in information and understand how things in their world are related. Young children use their logic and reasoning skills in everyday experiences when they build with blocks, complete a puzzle, or discover that peeling the paper from around a crayon gives them more crayon to draw with.

Plays: 43

Sorting Trash

Mike Rowe and Oscar sort some stinky trash.
0:58 Runtime
Plays: 155

Turn On the Toys

Help Elmo unwrap the toys.
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Help Elmo open the present and then talk with your child about the toy hiding inside. As you play with the toy, ask questions about it such as ?What does it do?? or "What do you like best about it?"
Plays: 307

Grover and the Elephant

Grover tries to take a picture of an elephant.
2:30 Runtime
Plays: 268

It's Raining Cookies

Cookie Monster and Elmo use their imaginations to make it rain cookies from the sky!
1:37 Runtime
Plays: 143

Cookie's Choices

Help Cookie Monster make everyday choices.
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Help your child make choices about what to wear. Talk about the weather outside ? is it hot, cold, raining, snowing? Help her figure out what clothes she needs and encourage her to pick them out.
Plays: 194

Mystery Box

Kermit and Cookie Monster play a guessing game.
2:46 Runtime
Plays: 172

Ernie's Bathtime Fun

Draw a path to get Duckie to Ernie
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You can play a similar game with your child during bath time. Put some items that float in the water and ask your child to drive something like a rubber duckie or toy boat around and in-between them.
Plays: 393

Jay Sean: Super Grover 2.0

Jay Sean sings about problem solving.
2:13 Runtime
Plays: 1471

Elmo's World: Kindness

Elmo is wondering about Kindness today in a brand-new Elmo's World!
5:1 Runtime
Plays: 205

The Cubby Imp

Abby tries to rescue their stuff from the Cubby Imp.
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Create your own pattern challenge. Make a simple pattern such as blue, yellow, blue, yellow, blue? and ask your child what comes next. Try making harder patterns with three colors.

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