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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: 426

Toddler: Sounds around Town

Listen to all the sounds around town in this game for toddlers.
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: 520

Elmo's World: Imagine Animals

Dorothy imagines Elmo as different animals.
0:49 Runtime
Plays: 685

The Walking Gingerbread

This Halloween, watch out for The Walking Gingerbread!
5:2 Runtime
Plays: 1106

Bouncy Elmo's Castle

Help Knight Elmo find which thing is not like the others!
Use things around the house (such as socks or your child's toys) to play "which of these things is not like the others?"
Plays: 257

Ernie Stops and Thinks

Bert teaches Ernie to stop and think.
4:28 Runtime
Plays: 268

Elmo Makes a Choice

1:37 Runtime
Plays: 296

Ernie Plans

Ernie tries to organize his toys.
1:15 Runtime
Plays: 2


Carrie, Saul, and the sheep agents try to find the big bad wolf.
4:22 Runtime
Plays: 97

Guess Who? Part 1

Ernie plays a guessing game.
1:6 Runtime
Plays: 764

Toddler: What's That?

Press a key to find out the answer in this game for toddlers.
Listen to the sounds all around you! Together, take a walk around your neighborhood and take turns describing the sounds you hear. Can you guess what?s making each sound?
Plays: 398

Cookie's Choices

Help Cookie Monster make everyday choices.
Help your child make choices about what to wear. Talk about the weather outside ? is it hot, cold, raining, snowing? Help her figure out what clothes she needs and encourage her to pick them out.
Plays: 645

Tooth Fairy Training

Help the fairies pass the Tooth Fairy Test.
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.