These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops exploration and curiosity skills as well as building narratives and object identification by playing a variety of games and being a creative contributor to the environment.
Your child practices ordering large numbers by directing which numbered apples to shoot in descending order.
Your child develops an understanding of quantity and representation of equal forms of the same number by placing together a certain number of sandwiches using the correct numbers.
Your child develops his or her counting abilities by helping Elmo and Grover make lemonade.
Your child develops abstract thinking and counting skills by connecting the dots and solving puzzles.
Your child develops an understanding of math and ordinal numbers by observing two pictures and choosing the correct one before time runs out.
When a boy tries to eat a whole pizza without sharing half with his sister, it's not pretty. Of course, she isn't too keen on sharing her juice or cupcakes. With a little adult prodding, however, they soon learn the benefits of sharing and split everything in half, including clean-up chores. Recognizing that half means one of two equal parts leads to understanding fractions.
Your child develops shape matching, letter recognition, and counting skills in the search for Gold clues.
Your child develops an array of addition skills on Dora's first day back to school.
Your child enhances his or her counting skills with Elmo by using one-to-one correspondence to count different common objects.