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Arts

Children can use music, movement and dance, visual arts, or drama to express themselves. The arts engage children’s minds, bodies, and senses and can help children learn information across all domains.

Plays: 186

Diana Krall: Everybody's Song

Diana Krall sings with the muppets.
2:53 Runtime
Plays: 139

Outrageous Makeover Home Addition

Grover gives one lucky person a home renovation.
4:51 Runtime
Plays: 8

It's Halloween!

Boo! Elmo and friends sing a song about celebrating Halloween on Sesame Street.
1:12 Runtime
Plays: 272

It's Raining Cookies

Cookie Monster and Elmo use their imaginations to make it rain cookies from the sky!
1:37 Runtime
Plays: 542

Spidermonster: The Musical

Grover is Spidermonster!
3:33 Runtime
Plays: 234

The Cookie Eaters

The story of how Vincent Van Dough created "The Cookie Eaters."
2:55 Runtime
Plays: 68

Global Grover: Peacock Dance

Grover's friend dances like a peacock.
3:25 Runtime
Plays: 204

Musical Rooms: Nursery

Make music in the nursery!
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As your child colors the picture, encourage her to name the different objects she sees.
Plays: 272

Sugarland and Elmo

Elmo and Sugarland sing about songs.
2:43 Runtime
Plays: 105

Global Grover: Brick Making

Grover explores brick making in Nicaragua.
3:56 Runtime
Plays: 50

Global Grover: Bowl Dance

A girl learns a traditional Mongolian dance.
3:46 Runtime
Plays: 914

Andrea Bocelli's Lullaby

Andrea Bocelli helps Elmo get to sleep.
3:9 Runtime
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To help your child fall asleep, try a winding down activity, such as reading a bedtime story, a half hour to an hour before bedtime. When it's time to go to sleep, try singing a soothing song.

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