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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: 2350

Heave Ho Addition Song

Eight chicken sailors help Sea Captain Elmo raise an anchor.
1:21 Runtime
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Practice adding with your fingers! You can put up 4 fingers, and then add 2 more. How many fingers are there altogether? Then, put up 3 more fingers. How many fingers are there now?
Plays: 92

Far From Seven

Julianne Moore loves The Count, who loves seven.
2:16 Runtime
Plays: 840

Simple as 123

President Elmo keeps things in order by counting.
0:40 Runtime
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Line up three dolls or stuffed animals. Sing along with Elmo and point to them one by one each time he sings "First, second, third, you see!"
Plays: 134

Kareem Abdul Jabbar - Subtraction

Big Bird and Kareem Abdul Jabbar subtract with four birds.
1:55 Runtime
Plays: 175

Counting School

The Count teaches different ways to count.
2:49 Runtime
Plays: 73

Counting with Monkeys

A kid and a monkey count to 20.
0:28 Runtime
Plays: 166

What Comes After Three?

The Count forgets how to count.
2:6 Runtime
Plays: 22

Hero Guy: Big, Bigger, Biggest

Baby Bear draws Hero Guy in different sizes.
2:48 Runtime
Plays: 271

Quince

Mando sings about the Spanish word for number 15.
1:35 Runtime
Plays: 525

Oscar's Rotten Ride

Help Oscar collect stinky trash in a spaceship, sub or airplane!
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Create your own collecting adventure! Hide blocks around the room and give your child clues to find them. Use language such as ?under the table,? ?between the chairs,? and ?next to the couch.?
Plays: 1151

Cooking With Cookie

Follow the directions to make a yummy recipe with chef Cookie!
Plays: 275

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.

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