Sesame Street: Preschool Is Cool!: Counting with Elmo Trailer

Sesame Street: Preschool Is Cool!: Counting with Elmo Trailer (2010)

14 September 2010 Family 58 mins

Professor Grover is the teacher in preschool and Elmo is his helper for today's counting lesson! But when silly Professor Grover starts to have trouble remembering what each number is, can Elmo and the class help him out? Featuring number and counting themed stories and songs, "count" on having lots of fun with furry friends Grover and Elmo in a real preschool. After all, preschool is cool!

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United States 14 September 2010

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