These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child watches a clip from Super Why! in which the characters learn the definition of the word curious.
Your child watches a clip from Sesame Street in which Bert and Ernie go on a great superhero adventure.
Your child will develop counting skills watching Doc and her friends counting up her money to see if she has enough for her new microscope.
Your child develops character education and reading comprehension skills by watching this video and reading along with the storybook.
Your child watches Janelle Monae sing a song on Sesame Street about the word yet. The lyrics encourage children to persevere and practice rather than give up if they can't yet do something.
Your child develops literacy skills by reading and/or listening to this story.
Your child watches a cartoon of children picking up their toys while listening to a song about cleaning up after themselves.
Your child develops literacy skills by reading or listening to this folk story.
Your child learns what is involved with selecting your own clothing and how to decide based on the weather.
Your child develops an understanding of the safety behind cleaning up a space as well as the responsibility for one's actions by watching Handy Manny and his tools sing about cleaning.