These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child learns about size and relative differences by listening to this song about Big and Small things.
Your child learns to sign verbs and adjectives related to feelings: love, sick, excited, grumpy, surprised, scared, silly.
Your child develops sign language skills by watching Rachel and other children sign the alphabet.
Your child will practice counting to ten with the Count while he sings about his first day of school.
Your child watches a music video of Signing Time's version of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." As Rachel sings, your child can follow along using sign language.
Your child develops sign language skills by watching Rachel and other children sign the word 'sweater.'
Your child develops sign language skills by watching Rachel and other children sign the word 'office.'
Your child will practice basic vocabulary words for sign language while engaged with this video.
Your child watches this music video that is part animation part live action. It includes the classic "Itsy Bitsy Spider" with clips of children trying new things and persevering.
Your child will practice identifying and describing basic geometric shapes.