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Logic and Reasoning

Thinking and problem-solving helps children take in information and understand how things in their world are related. Young children use their logic and reasoning skills in everyday experiences when they build with blocks, complete a puzzle, or discover that peeling the paper from around a crayon gives them more crayon to draw with.

Plays: 1406

Peek-A-Boo with Elmo and the Noodle Family

Hide and laugh with Elmo and the Noodle family as they play a silly game of Peek-A-Boo!
1:28 Runtime
Plays: 1604

Detective Elmo: The Cookie Case

Help Detective Elmo crack the cookie case!
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Solve your own mystery! Place your hand over a picture of someone you and your child know. Slowly remove your hand to partially reveal the image. Can he guess who it is?
Plays: 206

Elmo Makes a Choice

1:37 Runtime
Plays: 827

Cookies of the Caribbean

Captain Snacks Sparrow searches for Davy Jones' Cookie Jar.
5:0 Runtime
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Play your own game of "One of These Things is Not Like the Other!" Put together three stuffed animals and one spoon, and encourage your child to guess which one is not like the other!
Plays: 544

Tooth Fairy Training

Help the fairies pass the Tooth Fairy Test.
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Talk about the steps in an everyday activity such as getting dressed or brushing teeth. Help your child draw a picture of each step. Mix them up and see if he can put them back in the right order.
Plays: 103

Come and Play with Ernie

Ernie wants someone to come and play with him
2:56 Runtime
Plays: 342

Toddler: Sounds around Town

Listen to all the sounds around town in this game for toddlers.
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Make your own sound game! Imitate one of the sounds from the game and see if your child can guess what it is. Take turns being the sound maker and the guesser.
Plays: 1313

Elmo and the Beanstalk

Help Elmo jump up the beanstalk to find the magic beans!
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Play I spy! Say, "I spy with my little eye something..." and add a descriptive word to the end of the sentence such as "red" or "striped." Take turns spotting objects and guessing what they are!

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