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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: 214

Telly Takes Over

Big Bird talks about geometric shapes.
2:16 Runtime
Plays: 504

Counting Bats with the Count: Four

The Count counts bats.
1:26 Runtime
Plays: 308

Number Popper

Pop the numbers!
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: 891

Cookies of the Caribbean

Captain Snacks Sparrow searches for Davy Jones' Cookie Jar.
5:0 Runtime
Play your own game of "One of These Things is Not Like the Other!" Put together three stuffed animals and one spoon, and encourage your child to guess which one is not like the other!
Plays: 48

Tropical Five

Counting to five with tropical animals
1:26 Runtime
Plays: 3938

Heave Ho Addition Song

Eight chicken sailors help Sea Captain Elmo raise an anchor.
1:21 Runtime
Practice adding with your fingers! You can put up 4 fingers, and then add 2 more. How many fingers are there altogether? Then, put up 3 more fingers. How many fingers are there now?
Plays: 333

Counting School

The Count teaches different ways to count.
2:49 Runtime
Plays: 42

Counting Crows Counting

Crows that like to count
2:37 Runtime
Plays: 1104

Game of Chairs

In this Game of Thrones spoof, contestants play musical chairs.
5:27 Runtime
Plays: 351

Measure that Foot

Measure the foot and find the shoe that fits!
Together with your child, use household objects such as blocks or crayons to measure her foot. Then, measure your own foot with the same object and compare the lengths.
Plays: 257

Between Friends

Zoe, Elmo and Telly demonstrate "between".
1:58 Runtime
Plays: 1190

Seven Fish with Elmo

Elmo tap dances around seven goldfish.
1:9 Runtime
Arrange seven crayons on a table and have your child count them out loud. Make a different arrangement with the same crayons and ask your child how many there are now. Count and see!