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Arts

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: 223

Twiddlebug Chorus

Sing a song with the twiddlebugs.
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Explore the different ways you can make music. What sounds can you make with your hands? Feet? Mouth?
Plays: 185

Drawing Things Me Love

Cookie Monster sings about drawing a cookie.
1:54 Runtime
Plays: 199

What We Are Music Maker

Express yourself by creating your own song.
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Celebrate your child's strengths! During the day, point out the things he is good at such as singing a song for his baby brother or putting on his shoes.
Plays: 121

Global Grover: Brick Making

Grover explores brick making in Nicaragua.
3:56 Runtime
Plays: 359

Sugarland and Elmo

Elmo and Sugarland sing about songs.
2:43 Runtime
Plays: 1042

Andrea Bocelli's Lullaby

Andrea Bocelli helps Elmo get to sleep.
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: 218

Monster in the Mirror Sing along

Grover sings Wubba Wubba Woo.
2:26 Runtime
Plays: 40

Dance with Murray

Murray and Victoria dance!
1:3 Runtime
Plays: 383

The Biscotti Kid

Cookie Monster studies Martial Arts to become The Biscotti Kid.
5:1 Runtime
Plays: 350

The Fur Song

A song about being covered in fur
2:9 Runtime
Plays: 164

Zoe's Halloween Game

Have fun with costumes and pumpkins in this Halloween game.
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You can pretend to be something else even if it's not Halloween! Move around and make noises like a favorite animal! See if your child can guess what you are pretending to be. Take turns!
Plays: 233

Fuzzy and Blue

Grover, Herry and Cookie in a vaudeville act.
2:33 Runtime

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