Toddler Learning Videos: Colors, Shapes, ABCs, and Numbers

What better way to practice the basics than with educational videos for kids! Learn your alphabet, numbers, shapes, and colors with the learning songs and games in Jellies. These videos encourage children to do their best and have fun while doing so. Just open up the Jellies app for kids and search for these playlists. You'll also find them all in the "Ages 2 and up"" category or listed in alphabetical order on the "Topics" screen.

Learn Your Colors

Ride along with colorful school buses, trains, and trucks! This fun, active, and engaging playlist teaches children how to identify basic colors. Look for Colors in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

Shapes For Toddlers

Team up with trains, trucks, and dinosaurs to learn basic shapes. This exciting playlist uses engaging animations and catchy songs to make learning fun! Look for Shapes in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

ABC Songs and Games

Master the alphabet with the help of ice cream, fire trucks, catchy tunes, and more. This playlist makes learning your ABCs fun! Here, let's get started. A... B... C... D... E... F... well what are you waiting for? Look for ABCs in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

Counting and Number Videos for Kids

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! Look for Numbers in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

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Jellies provides a safe, curated environment for your children to watch kids videos. We review all videos to make sure they are appropriate, fun, interesting, and educational for children. You can help by contacting us with topic ideas you'd like to see included in the Jellies app. Reach us on Facebook and Twitter. You can also keep an eye on the Jellies blog for more parenting resources or check out our FAQs for guidance on how to use Jellies.