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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: 207

The Addition Game

Harry and contestants win by adding.
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4:20 Runtime
Plays: 105

Two for Two

A song about the number two
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2:34 Runtime
Plays: 977

The Count's Picnic

The Count counts things that ants carry away.
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2:34 Runtime
Plays: 2863

Big Bird's Basketball

Shoot hoops and count with Big Bird!
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Pick a number of the day and look for that number all around your home and neighborhood. Try to find the number in books, street signs, elevators, and stores.
Plays: 145

Hero Guy: Big, Bigger, Biggest

Baby Bear draws Hero Guy in different sizes.
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2:48 Runtime
Plays: 614

New Pinball #12

The new pinball song.
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0:49 Runtime
Plays: 572

Counting Feet

Big Bird and Snuffy count Snuffy's feet.
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3:24 Runtime
Plays: 3703

Monster Went and Ate My Red Two

Elvis Costello sings about a monster eating his red two.
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Walk around your neighborhood and see how many times you and your child can spot the number 2. Try looking at signs, in store windows, and at license plates.
Plays: 786

Measure, Yea, Measure with Justin Beiber

Justin Bieber look-alike sings with Elmo.
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2:26 Runtime
Plays: 999

12: Pinball Animation

A counting pinball game focuses on the number 12.
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1:6 Runtime
Plays: 768

Shape Pop

Pop the shapes!
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After playing the game, go on a shape hunt around your home. How many things can you find that are shaped like a circle? A rectangle? A triangle?
Plays: 2386

Seven Fish with Elmo

Elmo tap dances around seven goldfish.
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Arrange seven crayons on a table and have your child count them out loud. Make a different arrangement with the same crayons and ask your child how many there are now. Count and see!

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