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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: 1787

Rhyme Time!

Drive the train and help conductor Grover collect rhyming words!
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Rhyming is fun! Ask your child to say a word and then you say another word that ends in the same sounds. Take turns starting and finishing rhymes. How many rhyming pairs can you make?
Plays: 195

H is for Halloween

Celebrate Halloween with pumpkins, costumes and the letter H!
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1:25 Runtime
Plays: 663

Pequeno & Grande

Rosita teaches the words grande and pequeno.
Literacy
1:12 Runtime
Plays: 811

Ian McKellan: Resist

Ian McKellan and Cookie Monster explain the word resist.
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3:17 Runtime
Plays: 747

Trash Gordon: Planet Wormhole

Oscar reads to slimy about Trash Gordon
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1:46 Runtime
Plays: 474

Grover Flies: F

Grover shows the letter F and how he flies.
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1:48 Runtime
Plays: 859

Letter of the Day Game Show: J

Cookie Monster has to find three things.
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2:27 Runtime
Plays: 79

Song: Letter M Day

A song about a funny "m" day
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1:0 Runtime
Plays: 222

Telly Is Cold

Telly makes the word "cold."
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1:4 Runtime
Plays: 926

Matt Kemp - Attach

Abby attaches different things to Matt Kemp's baseball jersey.
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1:36 Runtime
Plays: 5451

Letter of the Day: A

Get up, get down to the letter of the day with Elmo and friends!
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0:50 Runtime
Plays: 1984

Word Play

Join your Sesame Street friends as they play together and learn new words!
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These bilingual read-aloud stories teach more than 30 vocabulary words! Discover how kids can learn new words while you play together. Use the “discover words” feature to invite your child to tell the story in his or her own words.

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