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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: 57

Comes in 3's

Join us, as we gaze the sky for things that come in 3's!
1:9 Runtime
Plays: 47

The Addition Game

Harry and contestants win by adding.
4:20 Runtime
Plays: 371

The Cubby Imp

Abby tries to rescue their stuff from the Cubby Imp.
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Create your own pattern challenge. Make a simple pattern such as blue, yellow, blue, yellow, blue? and ask your child what comes next. Try making harder patterns with three colors.
Plays: 1390

Pentatonix Medley

Join the Pentatonix as they count to five.
3:2 Runtime
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Hunt for numbers on the way to the grocery story. Your child can call out the numbers she sees on houses, street signs, and license plates.
Plays: 122

5 Dogs 5 Bones

Five dogs catch five bones!
0:46 Runtime
Plays: 250

What Comes After Three?

The Count forgets how to count.
2:6 Runtime
Plays: 897

Furry Potter

Furry Potter is on a mission to capture the Goblet of Cookies.
5:0 Runtime
Plays: 237

Counting Feet

Big Bird and Snuffy count Snuffy's feet.
3:24 Runtime
Plays: 1336

Two Friends of Two

Elmo and Abby sing about the number 2.
2:10 Runtime
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A pair is two objects that are similar and used together, like a pair of socks, shoes or mittens. Find as many pairs of objects around your home as you can!
Plays: 136

New Pinball #12

The new pinball song.
0:49 Runtime
Plays: 421

Count Hats with Elmo and Zoe

Help Elmo and Zoe count hats.
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Walk around your neighborhood and count the number of people you see wearing a hat!
Plays: 921

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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