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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: 297

Piggies Go to the Market

The Count counts piggies.
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Plays: 3218

Abby and Cookie Monster Subtract Cookies

Abby uses magic to show Cookie Monster how to subtract.
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Play your own subtraction game! Help your child draw 9 cookies on paper, and cut them out for her. As you give away cookies to people or to stuffed animals, encourage her to count how many are left.
Plays: 1157

Zero Is Delicious

Cookie Monster shows us the Number of the Day.
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Plays: 709

Ladybug Picnic #12

The new Lady Bug Picnic song
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Practice writing the number 12! Draw the number 12 with a pencil and then ask your child to trace it with a crayon. Then encourage him to draw 12 circles on the page and count them aloud together.
Plays: 932

Measure, Yea, Measure with Justin Beiber

Justin Bieber look-alike sings with Elmo.
Math
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Plays: 176

One Potato

The Count counts potatoes and other things.
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2:56 Runtime
Plays: 157

11 Waterskiing Hippos

Animation of 11 waterskiing hippos
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Plays: 2193

Cookies of the Caribbean

Captain Snacks Sparrow searches for Davy Jones' Cookie Jar.
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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: 229

Heavyweight Champion

Who is the heavyweight champ?
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Plays: 406

Counting with Monkeys

A kid and a monkey count to 20.
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Plays: 2928

Elmo and Grover's Lemonade Stand

Help Elmo and Grover at their lemonade stand.
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The next time your family has a meal together, ask your child to help you set the table. Remind her that you need one plate, fork, spoon, and cup for each person.

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