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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: 203

Word on the Street: Subtraction

Murray introduces the word "subtraction".
LiteracyMath
0:30 Runtime
Plays: 1038

Cookies of the Caribbean

Captain Snacks Sparrow searches for Davy Jones' Cookie Jar.
Logic and ReasoningMath
5:0 Runtime
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Play your own game of "One of These Things is Not Like the Other!" Put together three stuffed animals and one spoon, and encourage your child to guess which one is not like the other!
Plays: 745

Tooth Fairy Training

Help the fairies pass the Tooth Fairy Test.
MathLogic and Reasoning
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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: 33

Monster Clubhouse: Fur Shapes

The monster clubhouse meets and plays games.
Math
5:2 Runtime
Plays: 151

Beat the Time: From the Sky

The Count has 20 seconds to do a task.
Logic and ReasoningMath
3:13 Runtime
Plays: 201

Baby, You Can Count on Me

The Count counts backwards in Spanish.
Math
3:17 Runtime
Plays: 420

Where Did the Tallest Monster Go?

Grover and friends teach tall, taller, and tallest.
Math
2:6 Runtime
Plays: 214

Cuatro Gatos

The Cuatro Gatos count to 4 in, both, English and Spanish.
Math
1:1 Runtime
Plays: 36

Henry and John John Count 20

Herry and John John count to twenty together.
Math
1:29 Runtime
Plays: 206

Riding into the Sunset

Marshall Grover shows "in front" and "behind."
Math
1:55 Runtime
Plays: 925

Elmo and Grover's Lemonade Stand

Help Elmo and Grover at their lemonade stand.
Math
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The next time your family has a meal together, ask your child to help you set the table. Remind her that you need one plate, fork, spoon, and cup for each person.

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