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Children can use music, movement and dance, visual arts, or drama to express themselves. The arts engage children’s minds, bodies, and senses and can help children learn information across all domains.

Plays: 3136

Celebrities sing Rubber Duckie

Tori Kelly, James Corden, Sia, Jason Derulo, and more of your favorites sing Rubber Duckie with Ernie!
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1:15 Runtime
Plays: 10923

Fifth Harmony: That's Music

If you listen closely, you'll hear music all around you! Elmo and Fifth Harmony sing about the sounds in nature.
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1:19 Runtime
Plays: 3222

Star S'mores

Flan Solo, Luke Piewalker and Chewy the Cookie save the day!
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5:2 Runtime
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Help your child think of strategies to control herself. Suggest giving herself a hug or taking three slow, deep breaths.
Plays: 1232

Dance Theatre of Harlem: 3 Birds

Big Bird counts 3 birds.
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0:19 Runtime
Plays: 1736

Rocco Fiorentino Sings

Rocco Fiorentino sings Everybody's Song.
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2:18 Runtime
Plays: 3242

Holiday Lights

Everyone on Sesame Street sings about the magic of the holiday season. From A Very Sesame Street Christmas special.
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1:4 Runtime
Plays: 2274

Sheryl Crow: Soak Up the Sun

Sheryl Crow sings about the letter I.
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1:57 Runtime
Plays: 5264

Make Your Own Art

A song from The Cookie Thief about creating your very own art!
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2:43 Runtime
Plays: 358

Global Grover: Russian Dance

Grover learns a traditional Russian dance.
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3:41 Runtime
Plays: 74

Playing Taiko Drums

A Japanese-American family plays Taiko drums.
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1:50 Runtime
Plays: 3086

Andrea Bocelli's Lullaby

Andrea Bocelli helps Elmo get to sleep.
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3:9 Runtime
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To help your child fall asleep, try a winding down activity, such as reading a bedtime story, a half hour to an hour before bedtime. When it's time to go to sleep, try singing a soothing song.
Plays: 722

Monster in the Mirror Sing along

Grover sings Wubba Wubba Woo.
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2:26 Runtime

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