Sesame Street STEAM videos to watch with your child

In my previous post, I listed seven practical things you can do today to help your pre-kindergarten child learn the foundational concepts of STEAM & STEM.  One of those activities was watching Sesame Street STEM & STEAM videos with your child.  In today's post, I've included a collection of videos that are entertaining and educational ways for you to introduce these disciplines to your children.

Sesame Street: Elmo's World: Play Ball!

La la la la, la la la la, that's right, it's Elmo's World! Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Golf, Tennis, all these games come with their own special ball. Today on Elmo's World, Elmo is going to talk about every ball you can imagine.

Sesame Street: Grover Shows Force

Grover knows all about force. Grover uses force every day and is a force expert. What? You don't know what force is? Force is the pushing and pulling you use to move things. When do you use force?

Sesame Street: Bert & Ernie's Science Experiment

Bert and Ernie are doing a science experiment. Bert is going to jump up and down and Ernie is going to observe! Do you know how to do an experiment?

Sesame Street: Sink or Float? - Start the experiment here.

Ask a question, make a hypothesis, and observe what happens in this Sesame Street interactive science experiment!

Sesame Street: Science and Nature School | Murray had a little lamb

Join Murray at Science and Nature school to learn something new! What are some of the things you can find in nature?

Sesame Street: Measure, Yeah, Measure

Elmo and a Justin Bieber look-alike sing "Measure, Yeah, Measure," a spoof of Bieber's hit "Never Say Never."

Sesame Street: Craig Ferguson explains the word Experiment

Comedian Craig Ferguson demonstrates the word "experiment" as part of Sesame Street's 42nd season.

Sesame Street: Abby Cadabby teaches Josh Gad about Texture

Texture is how something looks and feels - like how your pajamas feel soft and cuddly or how your wet suit feels smooth and rubbery. OK, just kidding. We know that you don't have a wet suit!

Sesame Street: Elmo & Christina Hendricks discuss technology

Technology is a tool that makes something easier for you to do. Christina Hendricks loves technology. She uses a laptop computer to read up on bugs; she uses her cell phone to video chat with her Nanna and Pop-pop, and she takes pictures of flowers with her camera. What is your favorite piece of technology?

Sesame Street: Elmo & Abby investigate: Will a paper towel tube sink or float?

Elmo and Abby hypothesize whether a paper towel tube will sink or float in water.

Sesame Street: Elmo & Abby investigate: Catching bubbles

Elmo wonders: what is the best way to catch a bubble so it won't pop? Abby helps him design an experiment to find out.

Sesame Street: Elmo & Abby investigate: Will a Paper towel tube sink or float?

Elmo and Abby hypothesize whether a paper towel tube will sink or float in water.

Sesame Street: Elmo & Abby investigate: Engineering a bridge?

Elmo and Abby think about a way to engineer a bridge to help ants cross over a puddle of water.

Sesame Street: Elmo & Abby investigate: Melting Ice

Elmo and Abby learn about the word transform and decide to investigate what happens when they leave an ice cube out to melt.

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