These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops early reading and language skills by playing a variety of Super Why games
Your child learns about colors and objects they typically embody by watching this video with black and white drawings, and guessing which colors should fill in the objects.
Your child develops shape matching, letter recognition, and counting skills in the search for Gold clues.
Your child learns about different cultures by helping Grover decorate postcards using stickers of signature food, arts, and traditions of different countries.
Your child develops addition and subtraction skills by watching frogs jump on and off the dock.
Your child learns about identifying colors by name and describing objects according to color by watching this video and hearing the song.
Your child enhances his or her counting skills with Elmo by using one-to-one correspondence to count different common objects.
Your child develops counting skills while matching and counting pictures of shapes with Oobi.
Your child develops early reading, phonics, and memory skills by matching pictures with their first letter in a game of Concentration.
Your child develops math skills by counting the number of animals in the bayou.