Cognitive Development

Animal Families | Everyday Learning

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Families are our introduction to society. By living and growing within a small connected group, we are prepared for encounters with larger groups within society. Animal families provide a great example of similarities and differences within various family groups. This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.

Super Why!: The Alphabet's Sad Day

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Pig doesn't feel like he's helping his brothers build their brick house. The Super Readers fly into "The Alphabet's Sad Day" to find the answer to Pig's problem.

Song: Letter of the Day: A | Sesame Street

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Make learning the letters of the alphabet fun with this catchy "Letter of the Day" song featuring everyone's favorite Muppet friends!

Little Red Riding Hood

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Using this Super WHY! episode, students learn about advocating for themselves using the story of "Little Red Riding Hood". They also learn to recognize the alphabet, play spelling games, and use the power of reading to change the story. Students follow along as Wolfy won't stop tricking Pig, and Pig is at his wits end. The Super Readers travel "over the river and through the woods" into the story of "Little Red Riding Hood" to find out what the wolf has up his sleeve next. It turns out that the trick to getting him to stop tricking is really quite simple.

The Frog Prince

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Using this Super WHY! episode, students learn about the value of compromising using the story of "The Frog Prince". They also practice the alphabet, rhyme using words from the "UMP" family, and use the power of reading to change the story. Students follow along as Princess Pea wants to do ballet and Spider wants to spin webs. To find how these friends work together, the Super Readers check out "The Frog Prince" and meet another princess who can't see eye-to-eye with her friend. When the Super Readers help the Princess and the Frog kiss and make up, they show Princess Pea and Spider how to give and take too.

Song: Letter of the Day: V | Sesame Street

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Make learning the letters of the alphabet fun with this catchy "Letter of the Day" song featuring everyone's favorite Muppet friends!

Word on the Street: Empathy with Murray | Sesame Street

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What's the word on street? Murray introduces the vocabulary word "empathy."

Tom Thumb Resource Group

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Using this Super WHY! episode, students learn about getting help from grown-ups using the story of "Tom Thumb". They also play with the alphabet, practice spelling, and use opposite words to change the story. Students follow along as Pig is ready for an adventure, but his brothers keep telling him he's too young. The Super Readers jump into the story of "Tom Thumb", a tale about a guy who knows what it's like to be really little. Tom Thumb sets off on his own adventure and lucky for him the Super Readers are around to get him out of a few scrapes. This tiny character teaches Pig a big lesson about when you need help.

Water, Water Everywhere - Episode | Ready Jet Go!

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Join Jet and his friends as they discover all the different places in which they can find water!

Water? Wa-ter. Such a funny Earth word. But life here literally wouldn't exist without this amazing substance. Luckily, you can find it all around: Lakes, rainforests, and even in Antarctica! But does water exist in the same form... or can it change? And if it can... how?

Song: Camouflage Carla | Sesame Street

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Camouflage Carla sings a song about blending in. Camouflage helps things or people stay hidden by blending in with their backgrounds. This resource teaches vocabulary.

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