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Math

Young children learn that numbers represent amounts, can be used to compare things, and can be used to solve problems through basic adding and subtracting. They also learn how to measure and compare objects, recognize shapes by their features, use position words (next to, under), and recognize and complete patterns.

Plays: 149

Song: 9 Pigeons

A song about counting pigeons on a wire
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Plays: 267

Checkout Cookie

Cookie Monster needs help to sort the food patterns at the grocery store.
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The next time you make a snack with your child, ask him to help create a pattern with the foods such as cracker, cheese, cracker, cheese. Then eat your pattern!
Plays: 1938

Elmo's Bus: Part 1

Elmo shows us the front and back of a bus.
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0:44 Runtime
Plays: 1377

Walking the Dogs

Help Mr. Noodle find all the dogs!
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Take a walk around your neighborhood with your child, and together, count how many dogs you see. How are they similar and different from each other? Think about their size, fur, ears, and tails.
Plays: 385

Between Friends

Zoe, Elmo and Telly demonstrate "between".
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1:58 Runtime
Plays: 1709

Pumpkin Face song

Pumpkin face with so many shapes all over the place! Enjoy this catchy Halloween song.
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1:7 Runtime
Plays: 1089

12 Little Chicks Song

12 little chicks dance around.
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1:18 Runtime
Plays: 673

Ernie Goes Backwards

Ernie walks forwards and backwards.
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1:57 Runtime
Plays: 768

Zero Is Delicious

Cookie Monster shows us the Number of the Day.
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2:3 Runtime
Plays: 315

Cuatro Gatos

The Cuatro Gatos count to 4 in, both, English and Spanish.
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Plays: 435

Counting Feet

Big Bird and Snuffy count Snuffy's feet.
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3:24 Runtime
Plays: 797

The Cubby Imp

Abby tries to rescue their stuff from the Cubby Imp.
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Create your own pattern challenge. Make a simple pattern such as blue, yellow, blue, yellow, blue? and ask your child what comes next. Try making harder patterns with three colors.

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