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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: 6008

Fifth Harmony: That's Music

If you listen closely, you'll hear music all around you! Elmo and Fifth Harmony sing about the sounds in nature.
1:19 Runtime
Plays: 571

Toddler: Wheels on the Bus

Sing and play along with a silly song in this game for toddlers.
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What other things could you see or hear on a bus? Together with your child, make up some new lines to the song.
Plays: 518

Rocco Fiorentino Sings

Rocco Fiorentino sings Everybody's Song.
2:18 Runtime
Plays: 3599

Walking with a Dinosaur

Big Bird and friends sing about tweeting, roaring, and walking with dinosaurs!
0:59 Runtime
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Make up a dino dance! Start with a simple pattern such as roar-stomp-roar-stomp. When you’re ready, add another move to the pattern. Turn on some music and get dino dancing!
Plays: 3686

Hello, Halloween

Elmo and Abby sing a catchy Halloween tune!
1:29 Runtime
Plays: 305

Animals Sing a Song

Sand animals sing, sing a song
1:0 Runtime
Plays: 1272

Holiday Lights

Everyone on Sesame Street sings about the magic of the holiday season. From A Very Sesame Street Christmas special.
1:4 Runtime
Plays: 366

Fuzzy and Blue

Grover, Herry and Cookie in a vaudeville act.
2:33 Runtime
Plays: 384

Clouds

Make cloud pictures with Elmo.
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On a cloudy day, go outside with your child and use your imaginations to find animals or objects in the clouds. Encourage your child to label what she sees, and together make up stories.
Plays: 122

Global Grover: Chinese Acrobats

Grover's friend talks about acrobatics.
5:7 Runtime
Plays: 2984

Make Your Own Art

A song from The Cookie Thief about creating your very own art!
2:43 Runtime
Plays: 460

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.

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