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Get ready to learn with everyone’s favorite furry red monster, Elmo, as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) and Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, release Sesame Street: Count on Elmo - now available on DVD and digital at major retailers nationwide and also online at Amazon.
Kids can rely on their Sesame Street friends for lots of fun, laughs and counting in Sesame Street: Count on Elmo. When the Noble Counting Prize committee is looking for the World’s Greatest Counter, Elmo knows that his friend The Count is perfect for the prize. Elmo, Grover, Abby and Cookie Monster try and capture The Count’s amazing counting skills on camera so they can enter him in the contest, but everything goes awry! Will The Count win the prize or will it be a Count-astrophe? Kids will learn about friendship and math concepts such as numbers, counting, and enumeration. With over 2 hours full of friendship and fun, kids will really enjoy counting along. Featuring the new song “Count on Friends,” this DVD also includes the bonus video Pre-School is Cool: ABC’s With Elmo.
My nieces and nephews really got into this DVD which was perfect for some extra summer learning in a fun and engaging way. I love when kids can learn things without realizing they are being "schooled." Definitely a must-have for your child's movie library!
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