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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: 2

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: 1

Musical Rooms: Crib

Make silly music in the crib!
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As your child colors the picture, encourage her to name the different objects she sees.
Plays: 1

Rotten Eggs and Jam

Delicious trash
1:52 Runtime
Plays: 3

Bert and Ernie's Printmaker

Make some art with Bert and Ernie.
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Create your own collage at home! Use safe household items such as pieces of newspapers or magazines, string, and cotton balls to create your collage!
Plays: 6

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: 1

Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes song

Sing along about body parts with Abby!
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Plays: 1

If I Was a Cloud in the Sky

Snuffy dresses like a cloud for a play!
2:46 Runtime
Plays: 21

The Elmo Slide

Elmo sings and dances "The Elmo Slide!"
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Do The Elmo Slide together. Then try making up your own slide! You might do the "Jacob Slide" and create your own moves such as spinning around, hopping, or cross-crossing your legs!
Plays: 1

Greetings from Grover

Explore the world with Grover.
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Practice saying "hello" with Grover in different languages. How many different ways can you say it? Pick a language and try saying "hello" in that language all week!
Plays: 3

Song: Baila

Rosita sings about different kinds of dances.
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What We Are Music Maker

Express yourself by creating your own song.
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Celebrate your child's strengths! During the day, point out the things he is good at such as singing a song for his baby brother or putting on his shoes.

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