Play your own game of hot potato and help your children learn how to be a team player.
Use everyday recycled materials to design your own dinosaur model.
Explore the science of bubbles and enjoy outdoor fun just like Elmo did during Bubblefest!
Help your child learn about the letters in the alphabet while you create a delicious meal!
- Learning Goal
- Piggy Bank Saving
- Episode 4282: Elmo Wants to Have a Ball
- Counting; Saving; Making Charts; Delayed Gratification
- Help your child understand the concept of saving by creating a piggy bank and counting money.
- Write Stories!
- Episode 4281: Furry Potter
- Writing Fundamentals; Remembering; Sequencing
- Write a story with your child and help him read it back to you.
- Rhyme Spy
- Episode 4280: Rhyming Block
- Rhyming; Guessing from Clues
- Use this new twist to a classic game and develop your child’s rhyming skills!
- What’s In There?
- Episode 4279: What’s in Big Bird’s Nest?
- Investigation; Observation; Guessing from Clues
- Encourage your child to use his power of investigation while playing a game together about discovery!
- Sense It!
- Episode 4278: The All Our Senses Club
- Observation; Using Your Senses
- Create art while using your senses!
- Leaf Observations
- Episode 4277: Falling Leaves
- Observation; Sorting; Counting; Graphing
- Go on a nature walk to collect and observe leaves and then create art.
- Designing with Blocks
- Episode 4276: The Flood
- Planning; Engineering; Measurement
- Match shapes to fill in a puzzle.
- Helping Hands!
- Episode 4275: Super Maria
- Teach your child that helping can be fun.
- Measuring Foot!
- Episode 4274: Elmozilla
- Measurement; Counting; Graphing; Relational Concepts
- Help your child use informal measurement around your home.
- Stretch Together
- Episode 4272: Getting Centered
- Physical Activity
- Practice breathing and stretching together just like Leela, Elmo, Rosita, and Telly did on Sesame Street.
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