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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: 125

11 Waterskiing Hippos

Animation of 11 waterskiing hippos
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Plays: 88

Henry and John John Count 20

Herry and John John count to twenty together.
Math
1:29 Runtime
Plays: 4253

Feist 1234

Feist sings and counts to 4 on Sesame Street.
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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!
Plays: 3578

The Cookie Games

Help Cookie Monster manage his feelings while competing in archery, rings, and hurdles!
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Ask your child to show different feelings with his face like excited, frustrated, or scared. Take turns showing a feeling while the other person guesses!
Plays: 976

Counting Bats with the Count: Four

The Count counts bats.
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1:26 Runtime
Plays: 429

One Potato

The Count counts potatoes and other things.
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2:56 Runtime
Plays: 223

Song of the Count

The Count sings of his love for counting.
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2:4 Runtime
Plays: 1176

12 Tiny Turtles

Count along! 12 tiny eggs hatched on the shore and 12 sea turtles are ready to explore!
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Plays: 1553

Just Between Us Girls

Abby, Zoe, and Rosita demonstrate "between."
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Make an obstacle course with your child where you need to go between things! Try going between the couch and the television, or between a table and a chair. What else can you go between?
Plays: 149

Hero Guy: Big, Bigger, Biggest

Baby Bear draws Hero Guy in different sizes.
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2:48 Runtime
Plays: 2286

Cookie Helps Prairie Get Equal

Cookie helps Prairie Dawn make fewer Sweetie Scouts cookies.
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At snack time, give your child an even number of crackers, cucumber slices, or pieces of fruit. Encourage her to separate the snacks into equal piles, with the same number of pieces in each pile.

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