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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: 233

Starry Night Rhymes

Animation about the number five.
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Plays: 3216

Number 10 Pizza

Astronaut Elmo delivers a pizza to space.
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At the end of activities you do with your child today, have a number 10 countdown! Just before it's time to clean up or transition, count together from 10 to 1. Then you're done!
Plays: 1101

Counting Sheep with the Count: 2

The count shows us the Number of the Day.
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1:30 Runtime
Plays: 290

Riding into the Sunset

Marshall Grover shows "in front" and "behind."
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1:55 Runtime
Plays: 263

Far From Seven

Julianne Moore loves The Count, who loves seven.
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2:16 Runtime
Plays: 2277

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: 378

Counting Chicks

Four little chicks count their friends.
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Plays: 1117

Spot the Numbers

Find the hidden numbers!
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Make a number collage. Pick a number from the game and write it on a piece of paper. Find that number of objects, such as 5 cotton balls or 9 leaves, and tape them to the page. Count them out loud!
Plays: 90

Counting Crows Counting

Crows that like to count
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2:37 Runtime
Plays: 412

Telly Takes Over

Big Bird talks about geometric shapes.
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2:16 Runtime
Plays: 319

Tropical Five

Counting to five with tropical animals
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Plays: 1861

Jack Black and the Octagon

Jack Black talks about the word "octagon."
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Make octagons! You and your child can create this eight-sided shape by using eight crayons, spoons, or blocks. Each time you make one, count the sides and angles. How many ways can you make octagons?

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