These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child will watch a clip from Sesame Street while characters sing about skin colors.
Your child watches video clip from Sesame Street involving a humorous song sung by Ricky Gervais about the letter N.
Your child watches a clip from Sesame Street featuring Dave Matthews and Grover singing a song about feelings.
Your child watches a clip from Sesame Street featuring a segment of Elmo's World where Elmo learns about and plays with balls.
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 will learn principals of self confidence and self esteem as they sing a song with Sesame Street friends.
Your child develops attention and listening skills by watching Randy Jackson talk about healthy food choices.
Your child develops an understanding of practicing music by watching a professional piano player.
Your child will learn about the basic needs of plants, that seeds grow into plants that produce vegetables, and that vegetables make you healthy and strong. First Lady, Michelle Obama, visits Sesame Street to help Elmo and some kids plant a vegetable garden.
Your child develops an understanding of safety by watching a series of silly yet dangerous situations.