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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: 552

Adding, Adding, Adding

Ernie wants to sing a song about addition.
Math
3:42 Runtime
Plays: 594

Count Me To Sheep

The Count helps Telly fall asleep by counting sheep.
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Before you play, ask your child how many sheep she thinks will put Telly to sleep. When he falls asleep, ask whether the number of sheep is higher, lower, or the same as her guess.
Plays: 136

Piggies Go to the Market

The Count counts piggies.
Math
2:46 Runtime
Plays: 1084

Grover's Winter Games

Get ready for skiing, snowboarding and ice skating with Grover!
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Create your own shape pattern challenge. Make a simple pattern such as square, circle, square, circle, square ? and ask your child what comes next. Try making harder patterns with three shapes.
Plays: 365

Up and Down 2

Cookie and Herry sing about "up" and "down".
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2:13 Runtime
Plays: 272

14 Maple Street

A girl walks 14 dogs.
Math
0:39 Runtime
Plays: 561

Grover's Near and Far

Being "near" and "far" exhausts Grover.
Math
2:25 Runtime
Plays: 1918

The Count Sings of 8

The Count sings all about 8.
Math
0:45 Runtime
Plays: 173

Martian 9

Counting nine hairs, eyes, and toes on a martian.
Math
0:43 Runtime
Plays: 380

Little Miss Count Along

The Count sings a song with Zoe.
Math
2:19 Runtime
Plays: 151

Beat the Time: From the Sky

The Count has 20 seconds to do a task.
Logic and ReasoningMath
3:13 Runtime
Plays: 557

Cinderella Challenge

Help Blogg complete the Cinderella Challenge to get to the ball.
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After you measure Blogg?s foot in the game, help your child measure her own foot using blocks or crayons. Then, measure your foot with the same object and compare the lengths.

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