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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: 1266

Song: J is for Jump

Jump into this song on Sesame Street!
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1:38 Runtime
Plays: 1590

Grover, Elmo, and the Alphabet

Grover and Elmo recite the alphabet.
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0:51 Runtime
Plays: 1958

Alphabet Town

You can see the alphabet all around town.
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2:10 Runtime
Plays: 1295

Trash Gordon: Planet of Shoes

Oscar reads to Slimey about Trash Gordon.
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1:49 Runtime
Plays: 2070

Melissa McCarthy - Choreographer

Melissa McCarthy, Elmo, and a penguin choreograph a new dance.
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2:37 Runtime
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Make up your own dance together! Pick your favorite song and make up 3 dance moves. You can even teach your dance to family and friends!
Plays: 1829

Eva Longoria: Exquisite

Eva Longoria shows us "exquisite."
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1:15 Runtime
Plays: 1258

Rappin' Alphabet

Grover break dances with an alphabet rap.
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2:6 Runtime
Plays: 2240

Spanish "G" Word Song

Rosita strums a Spanish "G" song on her guitar.
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1:16 Runtime
Plays: 7060

Outer Space ABCs

Blast off for an alphabet song in outer space!
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1:20 Runtime
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Go on a letter hunt! Pick a letter and see how many times you can find it as an uppercase letter and as a lowercase letter. Signs, store windows, and books are great places to look!
Plays: 215

P is for Prince and Princess

Thumbprints help tell a story about P words.
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0:56 Runtime
Plays: 1830

Kristen Bell - Splatter

Abby and Elmo splatter paint on Kristen Bell.
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1:44 Runtime
Plays: 1957

Words Are Everywhere

Explore and find words to add to your collection!
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Be word collectors at home! Choose a color or a shape, then challenge your child to look for things of that color or shape. Create your own word collection; write down new words your child learns.

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