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Young children learn what it means to be healthy, which includes practicing good hygiene, eating nutritious foods, being active, and getting enough rest. Children start to understand and appreciate what their bodies can do and what they need to grow strong.

Plays: 109

The Captain on Healthy Foods

Some foods can help your teeth be strong.
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Song: Move!

Juane sings and dances about moving.
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Plays: 1046

B is for Bath

Bathtime is the best time! Water, soap, toys, let's play!
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Plays: 134

Cookie Monster's Foodie Truck

Monster Foodies!
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Cooking with your child can be a great opportunity to build vocabulary, explore measurement, and practice following directions. Maybe they will even try some new foods as you cook!
Plays: 335

Song: Open Sesame

Abby sings about healthy smiles.
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1:30 Runtime
Plays: 3948

Abby's Smoothie Maker

Learn colors and patterns making smoothies with Abby!
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Help boost your child?s vocabulary by helping him describe the food on his plate at meal or snack time. Talk about the colors of the food. Is he eating something that?s crunchy or soft?
Plays: 2985

Do the Guacamole

Chef Explorer Elmo dances with the Queen of Nacho Picchu.
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Do the guacamole! Dance along with Elmo, and then make up some of your own moves! How do YOU do the guacamole?
Plays: 159

Resting is Just Right

Baby Bear talks about taking a nap.
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Plays: 280

Global Grover: Cricket

A boy in London, England talks about cricket.
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3:8 Runtime
Plays: 79

Learning to Jump Rope

Kids teach us how to jump rope.
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1:25 Runtime
Plays: 1404

Wiggle Wiggle Hop

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2:11 Runtime
Plays: 3267

If Elmo Had Teeth

Elmo sings a song about brushing your teeth.
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Help your child learn to take good care of her teeth! Encourage her to brush them all over twice a day in small circles, and eat crunchy, tooth-friendly foods like apples, pears, carrots or celery.

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