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Young children learn that numbers represent amounts, can be used to compare things, and can be used to solve problems through basic adding and subtracting. They also learn how to measure and compare objects, recognize shapes by their features, use position words (next to, under), and recognize and complete patterns.

Plays: 29

Heavyweight Champion

Who is the heavyweight champ?
2:12 Runtime
Plays: 523

Magical Numbers

Count along with Mumford the Magician.
Count the objects in each of Mumford's magical clouds. Which cloud has more items? Which cloud has less? How do you know?
Plays: 507

Dance Theatre of Harlem: 3 Birds

Big Bird counts 3 birds.
0:19 Runtime
Plays: 449

Cinderella Challenge

Help Blogg complete the Cinderella Challenge to get to the ball.
After you measure Blogg?s foot in the game, help your child measure her own foot using blocks or crayons. Then, measure your foot with the same object and compare the lengths.
Plays: 650

Tooth Fairy Training

Help the fairies pass the Tooth Fairy Test.
Talk about the steps in an everyday activity such as getting dressed or brushing teeth. Help your child draw a picture of each step. Mix them up and see if he can put them back in the right order.
Plays: 57

Song: 9 Pigeons

A song about counting pigeons on a wire
1:1 Runtime
Plays: 718

Count's Number Ride

Trace the number!
After your child traces a number in the game, draw the same number with a pencil and ask him to trace it with a crayon. Then, have him draw that number of circles and count them together!
Plays: 2004

Journey to Ernie: Shapes

Ernie and Big Bird play hide and seek.
4:55 Runtime
Plays: 142

Five Trucks

Trucks count to five.
0:45 Runtime
Plays: 717

Cooking with Rosita

Count and cook in Spanish and English!
Look for the foods you see in the game in your kitchen or in the grocery store and label them in English and Spanish!
Plays: 939

Addition Expedition

LL Cool J and Elmo add 'em up!
2:10 Runtime
Go on an addition expedition! Walk around your neighborhood and add things that you see. Try counting how many black cars you see on a block, and add it to how many blue cars you see on that block!
Plays: 293

What Comes After Three?

The Count forgets how to count.
2:6 Runtime