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Literacy

Reading and writing for young children begins by sharing books and stories, alphabet songs and games, rhymes, and early drawing and writing experiences. When children see written words, it helps them recognize letters and understand meaning in text. Reading also builds their vocabulary.

Plays: 851

Read Me a Story

Big Bird and Zoe ask Maria to read to them.
Literacy
3:28 Runtime
Plays: 1171

Trash Gordon: Planet Itch

Oscar reads to Slimey about Trash Gordon.
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2:23 Runtime
Plays: 47

B is for Butterfly

B stands for beautiful butterflies flying around.
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1:0 Runtime
Plays: 1275

Matt Kemp - Attach

Abby attaches different things to Matt Kemp's baseball jersey.
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1:36 Runtime
Plays: 1202

Charlize Theron: Jealous

Charlize Theron feels jealous of Abby Cadabby's wings.
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2:23 Runtime
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Talk about the word jealous, a strong feeling you have when you want something that someone else has. Together, talk about a time when your child felt jealous and what she did to feel better.
Plays: 1082

Pequeno & Grande

Rosita teaches the words grande and pequeno.
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1:12 Runtime
Plays: 216

P is for Prince and Princess

Thumbprints help tell a story about P words.
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0:56 Runtime
Plays: 4030

Story Book Builder

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As you create these stories with your child, ask him how he might feel in each situation and why. Describe how you would feel in the same situation. Maybe it's the same, maybe it's different.
Plays: 618

Kingdom of O

Elmo looks for the Kingdom of E and finds O.
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4:6 Runtime
Plays: 1763

Letter of the Day: D

Today's letter of the day is D! Dance, dinosaur and daisy all start with the letter D.
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0:45 Runtime
Plays: 789

Timothy Olyphant: Proud

Timothy Olyphant and Abby talk to friends who feel proud.
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1:45 Runtime
Plays: 1742

Mindy Kaling: Enthusiastic

Mindy Kaling and Elmo explain the word enthusiastic.
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1:58 Runtime
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Together, create an activity calendar for the week, and plan one activity each day that your child is enthusiastic about and can look forward to. Ask him what makes him feel really excited.

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