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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: 2807

Journey to Ernie: Shapes

Ernie and Big Bird play hide and seek.
Math
4:55 Runtime
Plays: 288

Cuatro Gatos

The Cuatro Gatos count to 4 in, both, English and Spanish.
Math
1:1 Runtime
Plays: 79

11 Waterskiing Hippos

Animation of 11 waterskiing hippos
Math
0:33 Runtime
Plays: 1187

Bert and Ernie: It's a Circle

Bert and Ernie sing about a circle.
Math
3:15 Runtime
Plays: 394

Up and Down 2

Cookie and Herry sing about "up" and "down".
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2:13 Runtime
Plays: 1098

Guac Pop

Help Elmo pop the bubbles to make Guacamole!
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The next time you cook a meal, invite your child to be your ingredient helper. Encourage him to help you count out the different ingredients and put them into a bowl.
Plays: 180

Beat the Time: From the Sky

The Count has 20 seconds to do a task.
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3:13 Runtime
Plays: 699

Oh Say, Can You See The Shapes?

Help President Elmo find the hidden shapes!
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Create your own shape hunt. Draw a picture with hidden shapes and see if your child can find them. Then, have her create a drawing with a hidden shape for you to find!
Plays: 336

Count's Storybook: Countilocks

Countilocks likes to count bears.
Math
3:38 Runtime
Plays: 209

Hop II Times

Khial hops 11 times.
Math
0:50 Runtime
Plays: 49

Henry and John John Count 20

Herry and John John count to twenty together.
Math
1:29 Runtime
Plays: 1186

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.

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