These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops his or her counting abilities by helping Elmo and Grover make lemonade.
Your child enhances his or her counting skills with Elmo by using one-to-one correspondence to count different common objects.
Your child develops an array of addition skills on Dora's first day back to school.
Your child practices counting to 10 and gains familiarity with the written numerals by playing hitting wool balls with a tennis sock.
Your child develops the ability to complete patterns, count, recognize numbers, as well as beginning Spanish vocabulary while helping Dora find her lost Valentine. Upon completing the game, your child is able to create their own printable valentine card if desired.
Your child gains number recognition and counting skills by playing this fun game.
Your child gains familiarity with numbers by helping Cookie Monster select the number he wants and count up to that number.
Your child develops counting skills by stacking crates in order.
Your child practices counting using one-to-one correspondence techniques to complete magic tricks.
Your child develops logic/reasoning and number recognition skills by identifying the correct placement of missing numbers in a number line.