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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: 145

A Fly in My Soup

Grover's customer has a fly in his soup.
3:12 Runtime
Plays: 42

The Addition Game

Harry and contestants win by adding.
4:20 Runtime
Plays: 294

Lord of the Crumbs

Help Cookie Monster find his precious cookie recipe!
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Create your own sorting challenge. Dump out blocks on the floor and have your child sort them by shape. Mix the blocks back up and have him sort by color or size.
Plays: 220

Where Did the Tallest Monster Go?

Grover and friends teach tall, taller, and tallest.
2:6 Runtime
Plays: 96

Beat the Time: From the Sky

The Count has 20 seconds to do a task.
3:13 Runtime
Plays: 225

Measure, Yea, Measure with Justin Beiber

Justin Bieber look-alike sings with Elmo.
2:26 Runtime
Plays: 117

5 Dogs 5 Bones

Five dogs catch five bones!
0:46 Runtime
Plays: 122

Riding into the Sunset

Marshall Grover shows "in front" and "behind."
1:55 Runtime
Plays: 247

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.
Plays: 200

12: Pinball Animation

A counting pinball game focuses on the number 12.
1:6 Runtime
Plays: 574

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: 405

Guac Pop

Help Elmo pop the bubbles to make Guacamole!
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The next time you cook a meal, invite your child to be your ingredient helper. Encourage him to help you count out the different ingredients and put them into a bowl.

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