Numbers, Math, and Counting Money Videos for Kids

Learn to count to 10, add, subtract, multiply, and make change with these educational topics for kids. We selected these videos to help children practice their numbers at different age groups and curriculum levels. Your child will sing, dance, and work with props to build their basic counting and math skills. Open up Jellies and add these topics to your library to get started.

Count From 1-10 and Beyond

How many fingers do you have? How many toes? Can you count how many teeth you have? I bet you can count higher... Get on your feet and exercise your way to 100! This playlist makes learning how to count to 10 and beyond fun! This topic is perfect for kids age 2 and up. Look for Numbers in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

Learn to Add and Subtract

Practice your simple math skills with these addition and subtraction videos. Learn how to borrow, break apart, and deal with doubles. This topic is perfect for kids age 4 and up. Look for Addition & Subtraction in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

Try Some Multiplication Tables

These videos will help you learn your multiplication tables and teach you simple tricks to make multiplying easy and fun. Count and sing along as we multiply to 100 and beyond! This topic is perfect for kids age 8 and up. Look for Multiplication in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

Count Money and Make Change

Pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and dollars, what do they all mean?! Learn the value of each and how they come together to buy all sorts of fun things. This topic is perfect for kids age 4 and up. Look for Money in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

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