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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: 476

Counting Woodchucks

How much wood a woodchuck can chuck
2:22 Runtime
Plays: 396

Zero Is Delicious

Cookie Monster shows us the Number of the Day.
2:3 Runtime
Plays: 410

The Hungry Games

Cookieness Evereat needs your help to win The Hungry Games.
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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: 360

Counting in English and Spanish

Elmo and Grover count to ten in Spanish.
0:54 Runtime
Plays: 31

Counting Chicks

Four little chicks count their friends.
1:4 Runtime
Plays: 225

Call It Macaronisaurus

Help Abby, Blogg, and Gonnigan stop the macaronisaurus.
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Help your child count the number of sides on the macaroni hexagon and octagon. Try making your own shapes out of household items such as paper towel tubes or spoons.
Plays: 329

Checkout Cookie

Cookie Monster needs help to sort the food!
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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: 465

The Count's Picnic

The Count counts things that ants carry away.
2:34 Runtime
Plays: 213

12: Pinball Animation

A counting pinball game focuses on the number 12.
1:6 Runtime
Plays: 148

Baby, You Can Count on Me

The Count counts backwards in Spanish.
3:17 Runtime
Plays: 489

The Number 20 Song

Count along to 20!
1:1 Runtime
Plays: 1056

Feist 1234

Feist sings and counts on Sesame Street.
2:19 Runtime
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Celebrate the number 4! Together with your child, practice counting sets of 4. You might count 4 wheels on a car, 4 sides of a square, or 4 legs on a chair!

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