No matter how you count Snow White’s dwarves, there are always seven. To prove it, the dwarves even sing a song where they add themselves together. A problem arises, though, when one of the dwarves has to leave. Snow White is very upset and doesn’t know what to do. It’s supposed to be Snow White and the seven dwarves, not the six dwarves.
Elmo doesn’t want Snow White to give up, so he suggests that each time a dwarf leaves they be subtracted from the song. Snow White is hesitant at first, but it seems to be working. In the end, though, Snow White is left without any dwarves at all. She is really feeling down now, but Elmo has a great idea! Alan and six kids are going to add themselves together to become Snow White’s seven dwarves. Snow White loves this idea and everyone lives happily ever after!