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Sesame Street: Learning to Share ()

Elmo loves his little train. It's his absolute favorite toy, and he doesn't want to share it with anyone, not even his good friend Zoe. But Big Bird, Cookie Monster, and even Oscar the Grouch teach Elmo that sharing can make playtime even more fun. Overcoming selfishness is particularly difficult for young children. This video helps young children understand their emotions and offers fun solutions that they can understand. Recommended for ages three to six. Heather M. Fierst, Rovi Hide synopsis

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