Grades PreK-5


  • Daniel's Neighborly Idea! | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

    When Mom Tiger receives an unexpected gift from her neighbor, Lady Elaine, Daniel learns how doing something kind makes us feel good inside. That gives him an idea -- he wants to do something nice to people, too. Kids should understand how to lend a helping hand.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Daniel Dresses Up | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

    Daniel and his friends are deciding what they want to wear for Dress Up Day. Daniel finds the shirt, scarf, and hat that he needs to be Tigey the Adventure Tiger. Costumes are fun when playing pretend and taking on roles! Encourage kids to wear costumes when they are pretending.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Baking Banana Bread | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

    Baker Aker shows Daniel Tiger and his dad how to make a special treat for Mom Tiger. Help kids bake something by having them listen to the directions given in the recipe and teach them that baking is a way to show someone you care about them.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Daniel the Adventure Tiger Goes Camping | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

    Daniel imagines that he is a brave and strong adventure tiger on a camping adventure! Teach kids that pretend play is fun and can help improve their confidence.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Not Yet | Sesame Street

    A story that rhymes with a lesson about waiting. This story introduces the concept of patience and delayed gratification. Use this resource to demonstrate strategies you can use when you're waiting.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Play a Guessing Game | Sesame Street

    Bert and Ernie play a guessing game. Ernie uses hand gestures to pretend he's doing something. By using the clues Ernie gives him, Bert is able to guess what Ernie is doing. This resource focuses on imaginative play and reasoning.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • The Babysitter Arrives | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

    Saying goodbye to his Mom and Dad is difficult for Daniel Tiger, especially as they are leaving him with a new babysitter. In this video clip, Daniel Tiger grows to understand that his parents are going to come back and that a babysitter can be a person to share imaginative adventures with.

    Grades: PreK-K
  • Telly's Shape Garden | Sesame Street

    Match shapes such as triangles, ovals, and rectangles to help Telly to plant a garden filled with shapes! Once you plant the seeds, learn about what plants need to grow. This game is only compatible with desktop computers.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Oscar's Rotten Ride | Sesame Street

    Learn spatial relations with Oscar the Grouch as you collect trash that is over, under, or between different objects! Assemble an airplane, submarine, or space ship using the concepts of big, bigger and biggest. You can also enjoy a free play mode where you collect all of the trash that you can before time runs out!

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Let's Pretend | Everyday Learning

    This animation follows friends Andrew and Sophie as they pretend to be jungle explorers, acting out their adventures. They imagine riding in a jeep and spotting colorful birds, a playful monkey, and a snake. Just as the jeep gets stuck in quicksand, the adventure ends. Andrew and Sophie then decide to be space explorers. The video is designed to encourage dramatic play.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Clean-Up Time | Everyday Learning

    This stop motion animation teaches sorting and graphing skills by showing children how to clean up a very messy room. Children see toys sorted by color, type, and shape. Next, the results are graphed so that children can see how the number of each toy compares with the others.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • All Around Town | Everyday Learning

    This animation features a child and her father using a simple map to plan their activities for the day. The video introduces children to concepts related to mapping, location, and time.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • Easy Homemade Ice Cream | Full-Time Kid

    Make any flavor of ice cream in just 30 minutes with Mya, the Full-Time Kid!

    Grades: 2-5
  • Busterfield Library A-Z

    In this video segment from Between the Lions, Leon Redbone sings a fun alphabet song. In alphabetical order, each letter takes the stage along with a Between the Lions character or image that begins with that letter. Showing the letters and things they stand for helps build alphabet knowledge. This resource is part of the Between the Lions Early Reading Collection.

    Grades: PreK-1
  • How to Make a Composter | Full-Time Kid

    Turn any plastic bottle into your own DIY composter! Compost is a great way to think sustainably in your kitchen and turn food waste into nutrient-rich soil for your garden.

    Grades: 2-5
  • Is a Bubble Always Round? | Science-U

    Is a bubble always round? What do you need to do to create another shape? Can you make a square bubble? See how our Science-U campers did it, then try it yourself with step by step instructions and guided scientific questions available in the downloadable handout or at the Science-U website.

    Grades: 2-5