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Math

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: 183

Where Did the Tallest Monster Go?

Grover and friends teach tall, taller, and tallest.
2:6 Runtime
Plays: 269

Guac Pop

Help Elmo pop the bubbles to make Guacamole!
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The next time you cook a meal, invite your child to be your ingredient helper. Encourage him to help you count out the different ingredients and put them into a bowl.
Plays: 98

Riding into the Sunset

Marshall Grover shows "in front" and "behind."
1:55 Runtime
Plays: 18

Starry Night Rhymes

Animation about the number five.
0:32 Runtime
Plays: 79

Cuatro Gatos

The Cuatro Gatos count to 4 in, both, English and Spanish.
1:1 Runtime
Plays: 260

12 Little Chicks Song

12 little chicks dance around.
1:18 Runtime
Plays: 135

A Fly in My Soup

Grover's customer has a fly in his soup.
3:12 Runtime
Plays: 204

Checkout Cookie

Cookie Monster needs help to sort the food!
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The next time you make a snack with your child, ask him to help create a pattern with the foods such as cracker, cheese, cracker, cheese. Then eat your pattern!
Plays: 465

Just Between Us Girls

Abby, Zoe, and Rosita demonstrate "between."
1:23 Runtime
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Make an obstacle course with your child where you need to go between things! Try going between the couch and the television, or between a table and a chair. What else can you go between?
Plays: 251

The Tree Lady Becomes a Tree

The tree lady becomes a tree.
1:42 Runtime
Plays: 712

The Count's Vacation

The Count counts at the beach.
1:41 Runtime
Plays: 1993

Elmo's Ducks

Elmo sings a song about numbers and ducks.
2:5 Runtime
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Count backwards to zero! Put five pieces of a healthy snack on a plate and have your child count down after each one is eaten. When you reach zero, talk about how zero means there are none left.

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