These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child gains understanding about how letters form words by making words of common objects with Bert and Ernie.
Your child expands vocabulary and learns about rhymes by joining in a rhyming game with Elmo and his professor friend.
Your child develops understanding of various body parts by dancing and singing along to Head Shoulders Knees & Toes.
Your child practices counting using one-to-one correspondence techniques to complete magic tricks.
Your child practices sounding words out and recognizing their first letter with Big Bird.
Your child learns about word families by listening, reading, and exploring the different components of words that form a word families.
Your child develops spelling skills by exploring sheeps room and clicking objects to spell.
Your child develops letter recognition and phonemic awareness by hearing the sound of the letter W and some words that start with W.
Your child learns about shapes by matching and identifying solid figures.
Your child develops letter recognition and phonemic awareness by hearing the sound of the letter X and some words that start with X.