These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops an understanding of primary and secondary colors by interacting with the color creation process.
Your child develops abstract thinking and counting skills by connecting the dots and solving puzzles.
Your child develops spatial reasoning skills while helping carry seed balls from a silo to a car.
Your child develops dance and movement skills as well as an understanding of reusing materials to create music by watching this video with the cast members of the musical Stomp.
Your child develops typing skills by keeping the chameleons from reaching the spider.
Your child develops his or her counting abilities by helping Elmo and Grover make lemonade.
Your child develops punctuation skills by fixing the grammar in sentences and finding Dr. Know It All.
Your child practices telling time by matching numbers on a digital clock to the correct wall clock. Your child helps make sure the airplanes are leaving at the correct time, a real world math concept.
Your child practices categorizing objects based on different attributes such as color, function, and natural habitat by helping Bert find paperclips using Ernie's clues.
Your child develops reading and word recognition skills as they play on a game show with Moose and Zee.