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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: 241

Comes in 3's

Join us, as we gaze the sky for things that come in 3's!
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Plays: 2716

The Count Sings of 8

The Count sings all about 8.
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Plays: 90

Counting Crows Counting

Crows that like to count
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Plays: 852

Measure that Foot

Measure the foot and find the shoe that fits!
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Together with your child, use household objects such as blocks or crayons to measure her foot. Then, measure your own foot with the same object and compare the lengths.
Plays: 296

Counting with Monkeys

A kid and a monkey count to 20.
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Plays: 3377

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: 269

Far From Seven

Julianne Moore loves The Count, who loves seven.
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Plays: 322

Grover Finds a Pyramid

Grover and Elmo go hunting for a pyramid shape.
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Plays: 1016

Quince

Mando sings about the Spanish word for number 15.
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Plays: 1759

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: 143

My Triangle

James Blunt sings about his lost triangle.
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Plays: 2544

Simple as 123

President Elmo keeps things in order by counting.
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Line up three dolls or stuffed animals. Sing along with Elmo and point to them one by one each time he sings "First, second, third, you see!"

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