Telly Monster couldn't be more excited about his new Letter of the Month Club membership, and soon Vinnie the Delivery Guy is at the door with the letter A. Then a B arrives, followed by C, and D--and best of all, every letter comes with sound! The only problem is that the letters are taking over Hooper's store and Telly will have to choose between his letters and his friends.
When Baby Bear must learn his alphabet in one day, Big Bird patiently takes him under his wing in Do the Alphabet. Only "The Method," (a hilarious combination of dance, song, visualization, and group therapy) can help Baby Bear on such short notice.
Telly learns that music can be made from many different things, as the members of Stomp! make music all along Sesame Street with different every day objects.
The Street We Live On is a celebration of 35 years, which aired as Episode 4057. In the special, Elmo has a special day in Elmo's World, thinking about his neighborhood. The special contains clips from classic Sesame Street episodes, a special musical number sung by the Sesame Street cast members, and a timeline sequence which pays tribute to some of the greatest moments of Sesame Stre
Ernie sings a series of songs from the hotel
Master storyteller Big Bird knows just what it takes to get kids in the sleepy time mood. On Sesame Street, it seems everyone has their own tried-and-true way of getting to sleep. Some sing and dance themselves off to dreamland, while others count sheep and tell stories.
Who better than Big Bird to host this "Sesame Street" musical salute to our furred and feathered friends? Join a Muppet menagerie as they sing songs like "Cluck Around the Clock" and others.
The caper begins when Telly gets an e-mail account and Luis helps him send a message to friends. Several characters, including Sesame Street favorites like Cookie Monster and Oscar, write back--and someone who signs their message, "Your Mystery Friend."
How do you go up and down on a see-saw? What types of things open and close? Which is faster, a tortoise or a hare? Elmo and his friends explore all kinds of opposites.
Kids' Favorite Songs kicks off with a cackle-worthy parody of Bob Dylan doing "Old McDonald," and from there the groovy gags keep comin' 'round the mountain. Everywhere Elmo turns on Sesame Street monsters spontaneously burst into song, and all because they want him to feature their favorite tunes on his forthcoming radio countdown. For Telly, winnowing the hits to one is akin to Cookie Monster choosing between a macaroon and a figgie bar: at first he's sure that "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" lights his fire, but then he says bye-bye to a black sheep. The street heaves a collective sigh pavementward when word comes down that the countdown is strictly a numbers gig, no music involved. Only Sesame Street could weave well-loved musical numbers around a simple numbers lesson with such wacky pizzazz, making this a countdown that's no letdown for high-spirited parent-preschooler combos.
After wishing she had her own fairy tale, Abby Cadabby falls asleep while reading "Alice in Wonderland" with Elmo, and ends up in a world just like the book! Also includes the thrilling adventure, "Texas Telly and the Golden Triangle of Destiny!" Note: This entry refers to the special as aired on television, and not the direct-to-DVD version. Episode image is courtesy of MuppetWiki and used here under the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDB).
Elmo visits The Count's castle to tell him funny scary jokes. Classic Sesame Street segments are separated with new joke segments set in the castle's exterior, featuring one Sesame Street character and a child, and interior, featuring The Count, Elmo, and some combination of the Bats, the Skeleton, a painting of the "Groana Lisa," a suit of armor and the Count's pipe organ.
The Sesame Street character has fun singing some catchy new songs (you and your toddler just might, too), explaining the difference between light and heavy, having a laugh over pictures and numbers, and sharing the screen with a good-natured Whoopi Goldberg and Julia Roberts. Of the various Elmo videos, this one really does have the choicest material and stands up to repeat viewings--a big plus with little ones.
It's hard for Elmo to have a Red Furry Monster Parade when he's the only red furry monster on SESAME STREET, and so his friends decide to join in. The only problem is the more friends who want to join, the longer the parade name is going to get. How will the gang have a parade that includes everyone without the name of it becoming impossible to remember?
Big Bird and Telly Monster lead young viewers through the alphabet, letter by letter, in a magical and imaginative half-hour discovery of letters and their sounds. The perfect tape for young Sesame Street fans who are just beginning to get the hang of what letters are all about, it includes short skits, songs, and other bits of business--some original, some culled from the Sesame Street show--featuring a variety of Muppet characters as well as the human residents of that famously educational thoroughfare.
In the first-ever "Elmo's World" holiday special, Elmo is gearing up to celebrate Christmas. But what present will he give Dorothy, his beloved goldfish? As he searches for an answer, Elmo learns about holidays around the world and discovers the many things that Christmas, Chanukah and Kwanzaa have in common. Finally, Elmo goes to the North Pole, where Santa has some expert advice about the true spirit of Chirstmas - and the perfect gift for Dorothy!
When Oscar carelessly tosses Elmo's fuzzy blanket into his trash can, Elmo dives in after it, into Grouchland, the land of Grouches, stinky garbage and the greedy Huxley who hasn't learned how to share.
Waking up is easier when your friend Elmo is there to help you greet the day! Join him as he learns all about sleep, getting dressed, and teeth. With a dancing shade, a mischievous drawer, a frisky television and a playful computer, Elmo's World is the perfect place for preschoolers to learn all about the world around them, And Elmo has help from his friends Bert & Ernie, Mr. Noodle and the Count to aswner questions like "how do you go to sleep,?" "how do you button a shirt?" and "how do you taken care of your teeth?" In Elmo's World, learning is always fun! 50 minutes.
Somewhere into the so-so "Itsy Bitsy Spider" segment, the sinking feeling that Kids' Favorite Songs 2 is strictly sequel material sets in. This is a march down Sesame Street on a slow day, when the loopy monster misunderstandings and goofball gags miss a rare beat or two. Still, making merry is what the Sesame crew does best, and they succeed here, if on a less brilliant level than we've come to expect. All the usual favorites, like "If You're Happy and You Know It" and "The Ants Go Marching," get the gang and their real-life kid friends grooving, and a running joke involving a renegade meatball keeps kids 18 months to 5 tuned in to the end. Elmo hosts.
1 to 20 is your aim if you want to play this game. With a push of the start button, Elmo, Telly and Gabi find themselves inside The Great Numbers Game. Each number they find leads them to one of Sesame Street's classic counting cartoons. Who will be the winner? Everyone wins when they play The Great Numbers Game! Features the best of Sesame Street's classic cartoon segments.
Get ready to explore the great outdoors with Elmo and learn all about Fish, Weather and Wild Animals! Wild Animals, Fish and Weather! With a dancing shade, a mischievous drawer, a frisky television and a playful computer, Elmo’s World is the perfect place for preschoolers to learn all about the world around them. So if you want to know what to wear in the rain, where a fish lives or which animals are wild, it’s time to visit Elmo’s World!
The Muppets are putting on a play on words (get it?), a convenient framing device for a Sesame Street-style reading lesson. Get ready for some sticky, slippery fun when Prairie Dawn directs the G-rated vaudevillian act, complete with Bert and Ernie in straw hats telling corny jokes and a pie-throwing machine in fine working order. There are behind-the-scenes prop emergencies and a finale no-show, prompting rhyming lessons ("Oh, no, Hoho is a no-show!") and plenty of TV clips, including "I Am Chicken," the fowl take on the feminist anthem "I Am Woman." Elmo joins singing partners Mo and Flo in the stirring (substitute) finale, "We Got the Need to Read." Kindergarteners who think they're too old for Sesame Street might still get drawn in by challenges aimed at beginning readers. Ages 2 to 6.
Big Bird and his pals are making musical mayhem as they sing the goofiest, nuttiest, silliest songs ever. Join in with Sesame Street favorites Oscar, Ernie, the Count, and more as they tickle your funny bone.
Tickling with a Groovy Twist Elmo's Tickle Hands come with an exclusive DVD that features a dance lesson on how to perform Elmo's brand new dance -- the "Tickle Hand Groove." This is a simple dance that children will be able to learn with ease. The DVD is hosted by Elmo, himself, and has all the charm of any Sesame Street feature. Kids will find the accompanying song upbeat and danceable. The song can be played at any time by pressing the image of Elmo's face on the right glove. What's in the Box
Peter and the Wolf (marketed as Elmo's Musical Adventure: The Story of Peter and the Wolf) is a 2001 Sesame Street adaptation of the musical story "Peter and the Wolf" by Sergei Prokofiev. The narrative uses Prokofiev's original score, as performed by the Boston Pops Orchestra. This special was released on DVD in 2001. It was rereleased in 2008, packaged with Sing Yourself Silly in a Sesame Street Double Feature. The DVD version includes various extras including a game in which you must match the sound of an instrument to its picture and a game that involves matching a theme from the ballet to the corresponding character. An additional section allows you to watch scenes from the story with just footage of the Boston Pops playing the piece (in these scenes, Baby Bear and Papa Bear can be seen on location in Boston Symphony Hall). Information on the Muppets and a parents section round out the extras. More details can be seen at Muppet Wiki: http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Peter_and_the_Wolf
Elmo's World: Babies, Dogs & More! (Sony LVD 51721) is a 2000 Sony Wonder video release. It contains three episodes of Elmo's World: * Babies * Dogs * Farms
Elmo's World: Birthdays, Games & More! (Sony LVD54057) is a 2001 Sony Wonder video release. It contains three episodes of Elmo's World: * Elmo's World: Birthdays * Elmo's World: Games * Elmo's World: Pets
Fiesta means party in Spanish, and Sesame Street is pulsating with activity in this upbeat preschool program featuring Latino songs. Jim Henson's Muppets join the fun while everyone's favorite, Elmo, learns the Conga-Wiggle dance. Maria, Rosita, and Gabi create floats and costumes; even Oscar reluctantly partakes in the festivities. The dialogue is sparse in order to devote most of the 30-minute show to singing and dancing during eight Spanish/English tunes, featuring special performances by Linda Ronstadt and Celia Cruz. Most of the music will be familiar, such as "Conga Counting Song," "Amigo," and "It Sure Is Hot." Kids will also learn greetings, familiar words, and numbers in Spanish. While some might wish for the addition of live-action scenes of Mexico or a more complex story line, the bilingual focus is solid and the ever supportive cast of Sesame Street grownups, kids, and Muppets make it a neighborhood worth visiting.
Me Gusta Ser Yo (I Like to Be Me) is a Plaza Sésamo video released in 2005. In the video, Lola and Pancho visit Pablo Bigotasso's art gallery and learn about the parts of the body and what makes them unique. The framing sequence borrows scenes from two episodes from the late 90's.
"Lola Aventuras" ("The Lola Adventures") is a recurring segment on Plaza Sésamo, debuting in 2005. Each segment has Lola going on an adventure and trying to solve a problem that she faced on her adventure. Later segments have Lola visit countries in parts of Latin America. These segments appear usually at the beginning or ending of an episode. The goal for these segments was to show that girls are active and adventurous learners.
DVD Extras from Plaza Sésamo - Lola Aventuras (2007).
Bienvenida la primavera is a Plaza Sésamo DVD released in 2006. The video is made up of scenes from the 2006 season (Episode 914 through 916), where the entire plaza throws a festival in celebration of the arrival of spring.
¡Vamos a Cantar! (Let's Sing!) is a Plaza Sésamo video from 2005, mainly featuring song segments.
40th Anniversary special with clips from the first twenty seasons (1969-1989).
40th Anniversary special with clips from the last twenty seasons (1990-2010).
Join everyone's favorite red monster for a fun filled story featuring some of the most popular Elmo segments ever! Elmo meets a robot on Sesame Street who is losing his power. The robot is a "Memorybat," and he needs "memories" to power up again. Elmo Gladly shares his memories of special times with his friends - singing about the outdoors with Jason Mraz, rhyming with Adam Sandler, reciting the alphabet with India.Arie, and counting to four with Feist. Elmo remembers even more fun with Destiny's Child, David Beckham, and The Goo Goo Dolls. Will Memorybat get his power back? Every Elmo fan, young and old, will enjoy this story of friendship and treasure this collection.
Once upon a time on Sesame Street there lived a fairy in training named Abby Cadabby, and she loved going on all kinds of adventures. She loved playing princess with friends like Rosita, but what happens when a misguided Prince (played by actor Paul Rudd) tries to rescue them? Pretending and the Letter P are the focus of two more stories in this enchanting title that also features fun with Natalie Portman and Elmo in "The Princess and The Elephant". This title will also feature two bonus episodes of Sesame Street's animated show Abby's Flying Fairy School.
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!
Animals are on the loose on Sesame Street! Elmo invites you to join him and his animal friends as they embark on three fun-filled adventures. Help Elmo and Telly find little Bo Peep's missing cow by following clues and working together. Then, use animal facts to help Elmo & Abby succeed on "The Find The Amphibian" game show. Plus, camp out with Elmo in a wilderness adventure as he learns how animals and little monsters are different. Includes special guest appearances by Cameron Diaz and Patricia Arquette.
You’re invited to play a shapes guessing game with Elmo and Zoe and their friends. From squares and circles to ovals and octagons, shapes are everywhere! But the fun isn’t finished yet. It’s time for more games as Elmo and Zoe are challenged to find a gorgeous rainbow of fabulous food choices. Can they do it? Can your preschooler help them out? Join everyone’s favorite furry monsters in this new video that teaches shapes, colors, and healthy eating.
It’s nighttime on Sesame Street and Elmo doesn’t want to go to sleep yet, he wants to play! Elmo’s Daddy shows Elmo why everyone needs sleep, even little monsters. Children will enjoy this soothing tale as we watch Elmo and his friends get ready for bed; and parents will love the great strategies Elmo’s Daddy uses to get Elmo to sleep. But what if you are afraid of the dark, as Abby Cadabby is? Filled with lullabies and a special favorite book, dreams and happy thoughts; this video will enchant children of all ages, if they don’t fall asleep before it ends! Featuring the special DVD extra of Andrea Bocelli singing “Time to Say Goodnight” to Elmo.
Join Sesame Street’s curious red monster as he explores his face! Elmo learns about winking and whistling, and even tries to balance a ball on his nose! Elmo also finds out that the optometrist can help you take care of your eyes, it’s very important to blow your nose properly, and brushing your teeth will keep your mouth happy.
That loveable little red muppet Elmo is back to entertain and educate the hordes of children who love him! In SPRINGTIME FUN, Elmo gets out his colorful bike and protective helmet and rides through the natural wonder that is spring, pointing out friendly flowers and insects along the way!
Join Elmo on his first trip to the doctor’s office! Elmo and his Sesame Street friends learn how going to the doctor can help an earache, a fever, and a stuffy nose feel better. Loaded with clever songs, brand new animation, lighthearted lyrics, and a never-before-seen Elmo’s World that explores being a doctor, this fun-filled video will help preschoolers learn that going to the doctor can be a prescription for fun! DVD bonus feature: Kid Friendly Instant Play Elmo Doctor Game!
Get to know your ABCs with this fun-filled adventure that celebrates the wonder of words and the joys of the alphabet, Sesame Street-style. Shapes, sounds, and colors come to life as letters A and Z join Elmo and the gang for some F-U-N at the mall. Whether it's crooning with Sheryl Crow or rocking with Melissa Etheridge, dozens of entertaining songs and skits add to the excitement as every letter gets a chance to shine. No matter how you spell it, Sesame Street's All-Star Alphabet makes the grade!
Elmo wishes that it would be Christmas every day, but with the help of Santa's reindeer-in-training, Lightning, he learns that might not be such a good idea when he sees the future.
It s Dorothy s birthday on Sesame Street! Elmo is excited to celebrate his little fish's birthday and he has planned a big birthday party. Abby wants to help, but she has never been to a Sesame Street birthday party only Fairy Tale birthday parties! Elmo teaches Abby all about pinning the tail on a donkey, playing the piñata game, and opening presents. Then Abby magically takes Elmo on an adventure to Fairytale Land where they celebrate a fairytale birthday and play fairytale games! Join Elmo and Abby as they learn about the many ways that birthdays are celebrated. With a big flowered hat, a gigantic cake and a bunch of birthday wishes, Elmo learns the true meaning of a birthday wish!
Sesame Street's lovable, furry red monster, Elmo, invites young viewers to explore three subjects of enormous interest to kids. First up: What makes a family? Elmo looks at all sorts of families and talks about the joy of being part of one. He also explores how mail journeys from the sender to the recipient, and then ends the episode with a discussion on how to keep clean while he takes a dip in a soothing bath.
Join Elmo as he explores why food, water, and exercise are essential parts of your life! An apple talks about his family tree, Elmo scuba dives to depths unknown, and you can even join in the exercise by groovin’ to the Bunny Hop! Learn with Elmo about foods from around the world, dip into the deep water and stay healthy and strong with exercise!
After a big storm, all of Sesame Street joins together to rebuild Big Bird's nest twig by twig! This video special is a powerful tool to encourage children to help each other when facing real challenges.
Join Sesame Street’s curious red monster as he explores the things that make him happy: friends, signing, and dancing. Each episode comes to life in Elmo’s bright, exciting, and very original room – the drawer, door, shade, and TV all join in the fun. Elmo’s visitors in this delightful DVD include his friends from Sesame Street, an Opera diva, and even a dance team! Also featuring Elmo’s pet goldfish, Dorothy, the zany Mr. Noodle, and special guest star Kristen Chenowith.
After a fire on Sesame Street gives Elmo a scare, he and Marie visit a real New York City firehouse. Finding out about all the protective clothes firefighters wear and practicing how to "Get Low and Go" helps Elmo feel safe again. And he even gets to slide down a real fire pole! Then a special Elmo's World all about firefighters helps kids understand much more about what to do if there is a fire. Includes a bonus Hero Guy segment!
Join Sesame Street's curious red monster as he explores singing, drawing and telephones! Elmo's World offers kids and adults a fresh and light-hearted take on the world around them. Each episode comes to life in Elmo's bright, exciting and very original room - the drawer, door, shade and TV all join in the fun. And he's even visited by a Muppet opera diva and a talking Muppet Phone! Also featuring Elmo's pet goldfish, Dorothy, the zany Mr. Noodle and classic songs that will delight viewers of all ages.
Boo, Creak, Ahh, Shriek! Halloween is the time of jack-o-lanterns, dressing-up, and lots of silliness on Sesame Street. It's a Halloween extravaganza when the monsters from Sesame Street get invited to a Tricks & Treats party. But when Mumford the Magician has some trouble with his magic wand, Elmo and friends get sidetracked on a wonderful hayride. Share in the surprises as they learn to carve pumpkins, make scarecrows, and discover that monsters don't really have to be scary! Features special guest star Caroline Rhea as Gilda the Great!
Everyone loves to read even pirates! The Bookaneers, led by Tina Fey, have come ashore on Sesame Street, and they want to plunder Elmo's bookshelf. When Elmo finds out how much they love to read, he can t wait to become a bookaneer himself. Can he pass the test and help them find their treasure? Bert and Ernie are also on the hunt for treasure in an episode from the fantastic new claymation series Bert and Ernie s Adventures. Plus, you can sing along with Abby in a song about something she treasures: words! In Elmo s World: Books, Elmo invites you to learn all about the books he treasures. Arrr you ready for a reading adventure?
Having pets teaches kids about responsibility and caring - and ELMO'S WORLD: PETS! helps them understand more about what having a pet means. This compilation of episodes shows how to keep pets healthy and happy, and features both adults and kids caring for their own pets - including Elmo and his pet goldfish, Dorothy. Features the charming animation and fun live-action footage of the "Elmo's World" series.
Reach for the Sky! Join Elmo as he discovers how much fun it can be to go to school, to jump really high and to reach for the sky. Elmo finds out how important the sun is to everyone, how jumping is a great form of exercise and the importance of going to school. With Elmo's World your preschooler will reach for the sky and have fun while learning!
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's first season, including: - Bein' Green - Rubber Duckie - Counting with James Earl Jones - ABC-DEF-GHI - I Love Trash - Alphabet with Jackie Robinson - Batman Crosses the Street - Swinging Gibbon - Big Bird Meets Little Bird - Alphabet with Lou Rawls - I’ve Got Two - Alphabet Soup Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 1'.
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's second season, including: - King of Eight - Over, Under, Around, and Through - S – Superman - Astronaut Drawing - Listen, My Brother: Counting - I Love Being a Pig Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 1'.
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's third season, including: - C is for Cookie - Ladybug Picnic - Martians Telephone - Mumford’s Magic Trick - Alligator King - J Friends - A Special Day with Bert and Ernie - “I am Somebody” with Jesse Jackson - Would You Like to Buy an O - Harvey Kneeslapper with Mirror - Breathing Song with Animals - I in the Sky - My Favorite Letter: P - My Martian Beauty - Mad Painter Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 1'.
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's third season, including: - Kermit News with Rapunzel - Bread, Milk and Butter - Lost Paper Clips with Bert and John-John - Witches Cooperate - Song of the Count - Bert’s Bust - First and Last with Beetle Bailey Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 1'.
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's third season, including: - At the Movies with Ernie and Bert - Nasty Dan and Johnny Cash - Prairie Dawn’s Pageant - Going to the Zoo - Jazz Alphabet - Hamburger Bun Factory - Madrigal Alphabet - Three Wishes - Super Grover: Telephone Booth Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 1'.
Like most kids, Elmo sometimes has trouble taking turns and sharing his toys. Even with his best friends Zoe. With a little help from Sesame Street favorites Big Bird, Cookie Monster, and Oscar, and special guest Katie Couric, Elmo discovers that sharing with friends makes playtime twice as much fun. Filled with songs and silliness, Learning To Share is a very special introduction to the Sesame Street Kids’ Guide To Life - a new home video series that helps make growing up a lot more fun. Plus Katie Koric gives parents some helpful TIPS for guiding kids through learning how to share.
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's third season, including: - Telephone Rock - Richard Pryor : Alphabet - Here is your Life, Loaf of Bread - Arthur Ashe: Over/Under - Magic Pig Calypso Song - Don Music: Mary Had a Little Lamb - Pointer Sisters: Swingin' Alphabet - Super Grover: Stopping the Fight - Henson Ball High Wire #3 - Richie Havens: Wonder Child - Twiddle Bugs: Postage Stamp - Subway Song - José Feliciano: Arroz Con Leche - Chicken Hatching - Kermit News: Jumps over Candlestick - Helen Reddy: Grow - Broom Adventures - City/Country Song - Credit Crawl for Season 6 Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 2'.
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's third season, including: - Pinball Count #2 - Kermit and the Weather Salesman - Buffy Sainte-Marie: Wynkin, Blynkin & Nod - Don Music: Yankee Doodle - Alone Song - Marshal Grover: Away From - Grover Invents the Wheel - Follow the Leader - Pinball Number Count Remix # 1-12 - Credit Crawl for Season 7 Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 2'.
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's third season, including: - Cookie Monster Disco Song - Paul Simon: Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard - All Out of Food - Lobster Fisherman - Dog Flea Camp - Bert's Physical - Two Doors with Bob - Swamp Mushy Muddy - Credit Crawl for Season 8 Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 2'.
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's third season, including: - It Feels Good When You Sing a Song - Bert & Ernie: Slice of Life - Ray Charles: I Got a Song - Fonzie and Cunningnham: Brushing Teeth - Taxi Sounds - School Pageant: Seasons - Madeleine Kahn: Sing After Me - Fireworks Alphabet - Ten Commandments of Health - Credit Crawl for Season 9 Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 2'.
A collection of classic scenes from Sesame Street's third season, including: - Grover Disco: Alphabet Song - Kermit Casting Director - Imagination: Dogs - Llama at Dentist Song - Bert Teaches Pigeon Checkers - Lost Dog Flyer - My Favorite Number is 6 - Old West: Letter Y of Crayons - Credit Crawl for Season 10 Appears on the DVD 'Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 2'.
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Join Elmo and his Sesame Street pals on their most magical adventure ever! The action begins when they encounter the wish-granting Genie of the Magic Cookbook, who takes them on a guided tour of an enchanted kitchen!
Elmo is making a very, very super special surprise card for someone Elmo really loves but a gust of wind blows it away! Rosita joins Elmo to chase after the card but they can't reach it. Can Super Grover use his heroic skills to save the day? Will Elmo be able to give his surprise card to someone very special? Join Elmo, Rosita and Grover as they learn about love, emotions and friendship in this lovely tale featuring the new song "Elmo Loves You" and a special music video about signing "I Love You." New musical numbers play a big part in this Sesame Street tale about Elmo and Rosita's search for a special surprise card that was picked up and blown away by a gust of wind!
Join Elmo as he reminisces about his potty training journey and guides viewers as they embark on theirs. Elmo and his Sesame friends give helpful, confidence-building tips and encourage kids to listen to their bodies. Dance, sing and laugh along as kids learn healthy habits that will last a lifetime.
The show is a musical, featuring performances from guests Jon Stewart, David Alan Grier, Rosie O' Donnell, Gloria Estefan, En Vogue, The Fugees, Kenny Loggins, Shawn Colvin, Jimmy Buffett, and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, to celebrate Sesame Street's 30th anniversary. At the beginning of the show, Jon Stewart, the producer Prairie Dawn, and the crew for the show get stuck in a dressing rooms when the door won't open. The Muppets decide to produce the show themselves, with Elmo hosting. Meanwhile, Grover and some of the Humans get lost on the way to Radio City Music Hall, and they end up in Roswell, New Mexico, having picked up penguins and aliens as hitchhikers
Everyone's invited to the Sesame Street Dance Along! Join Big Bird, Gina, Mike, Count, Bert, Hoots the Owl, and "the kids" as they show us different types of dances. And you can do your own thing with "The Any Way You Fell Dance." All in all, there are nine terrific dances that are sure to make everyone want to dance along!
Telly feels left out when all the other kids at Gina's day care are going to the circus and lies that his uncle is a ringmaster. After Gina reads the story of "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," Elmo has a dream of the story where the boy learns his lesson. When Telly's uncle drops in for a surprise visit, Telly admits the truth.
Big Bird wants to find out what to do at "quiet time." He asks his friends for suggestions, which include reading, drawing, and napping. A countdown of the Top Ten quiet time tips appear periodically on a Campbell's Soup can, including such ideas as "Practice your giraffe imitation."
Elmo hosts his very own TV game show. Elmo asks the questions, and you can guess the answers in sing-along videos featuring some of your favorite songs. Kermit, Big Bird and more of your Sesame Street pals are on hand for all the high-energy hijinks!
Sesame Street has always focused on ABCs and 123s, but what happens when the Muppets on the Street become TV game show hosts, police officers, or famous musicians? Hilarity ensues! Spoofs Volume 1 contains old school classics like "Hill Street Twos," "Hey Food," "Rebel L," "Twin Beaks" and "Monsterpiece Theater."
Sesame Street has always focused on ABCs and 123s, but what happens when the Muppets on the Street become spaceship pilots, investigators, or emergency room doctors? Hilarity ensues! Spoofs Volume 2 contains recent favorites like "True Mud," "30 Rocks," "Desperate Houseplants," "Mad, Mad Men" and "A's Anatomy."
This bilingual multimedia outreach program is designed to support military families with children between the ages of 2 and 5 as they cope with the feelings, challenges, and concerns experienced during different phases of deployment. Elmo faces a difficult transition when his father, Louie, is away. While Louie is away, Elmo's mom consoles her son, and lets him know that it's okay to feel nervous about seeing his father again after their time apart. They pass the time while they're waiting by keeping a daily routine. When it's finally time for her husband to come home, Elmo's mom bakes a cake and helps Elmo and his friends decorate for the homecoming.
This bilingual multimedia outreach program is designed to support military families with children between the ages of 2 and 5 as they cope with the feelings, challenges, and concerns experienced during different phases of deployment. Elmo has to get used to his father, Louie, being back at home. Then when Louie finds out that he has to leave again, Elmo finds it hard to missed him. However, Elmo's Mom told them that they can get through it since they have experience it before.
This bilingual multimedia outreach program is designed to support military families with children between the ages of 2 and 5 as they cope with the feelings, challenges, and concerns experienced during different phases of deployment. Rosita faced a difficult transition when her father, Ricardo, returns home in a wheelchair.
This bilingual multimedia outreach program is designed to give families tools to support children coping with the death of a parent, while also providing reassurance that together with their families they can learn ways of being there for each other and move forward. In a "street story," Elmo and his family cope with the death of his Uncle Jack. In wraparound segments, host Katie Couric talks about coping with Elmo and his cousin Jesse, and the monsters interact with real kids and families. Appearing in the "story" segments only are Jack's wife Jill and Elmo's parents Louie and Mae.
There's a special going on at Sesame Street. First, Gladys Knight and the Pips sing the theme song, then Phil Donahue interviews the residents; Alastaire Cookie tells us the tale of "The 39 Stairs" with Grover. Bob sings the "Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood" song with Ralph Nader, Barbara Walters and Martina Navratilova; Hoots teaches Ernie about how if he wants to play a saxophone, he must put down his duckie; Kermit tries to get Oscar interested in public television; a classic Grover waiter sketch; James Taylor sings an interesting song and finally, some culture: an opera
Come look at the world through the eyes of everyone's favorite 3-year-old! Join Elmo in three self-contained segments as he explores his special world through dancing, music, and books. Each segment gives children a chance to experience their world on the TV screen and offers adults the opportunity to experience everyday things through a three-year-old's eyes. Meet Dorothy, Elmo's pet goldfish and Mr. Noodle, his new friend.
Join Sesame Street's curious red monster as he explores flowers, bananas, and hair! Elmo's World offers kids and adults a fresh and light-hearted take on the world around them. Each episode comes to life in Elmo's bright, exciting, and very original room - the drawer, door, shade, and TV all join in the fun. And he's even visited by a Muppet banana and a talking cactus! Also featuring Elmo's pet goldfish, Dorothy, the zany Mr. Noodle, and classic songs that will delight viewers of all ages.
The birth of a baby is an exciting time. But for an older sibling, it can be a time of confusion and frustration. Through a musical fairy tale, Mrs. Snuffleupagus teaches Snuffy that it’s natural to feel upset when you’re no longer the only kid in the house. Parents’ attention may be divided, he learns, but their love is as strong as ever. Snuffy discovers that, just as his baby sister is special, he has a special place in the family now too—older brother!
Professor Grover is the teacher in preschool and Elmo is his helper for today's alphabet lesson! But before Professor Grover can start, he wants to find one thing that starts with each letter, in his own silly and loveable way. Will he succeed? Will Elmo and the class ever be able to sing the alphabet song? Featuring alphabet themed stories and songs, kids will find it easy as ABC to join in the fun with furry friends Grover and Elmo in a real preschool. After all, preschool is cool!
Elmo, Zoe and Telly argue over who has the best pet in the world. Celebrity guest B.B. King sings about the letter B.
He's furry, he's blue, and he's everyone's adorable, old pal, Grover, in his very own special! Come to the Flyers' Club Roost where everyone on Sesame Street has gathered to celebrate the many sides of Grover.
Mr. Earth (Paul Rudd) hosts Sesame Street's first "Earth-a-Thon." Abby, in an attempt to help Elmo be more "green," accidentally turns him the color green. When Abby has a hard time turning back, he begins to sing "It's Not Easy Being Green," until Mr. Earth convinces him that "It Can Be Easy Being Green." Telly, Rosita and Cookie Monster are volunteers standing by the pledge phones. After several hours, Cookie Monster can't bear not having eaten any cookies while taking calls, and eats his phone instead. As the 24-hour Earth-a-Thon comes to a close, Elmo and Abby have learned lots of different ways to "be green."
Oscar the Grouch is visited by three ghosts in an attempt to teach him the true meaning of Christmas.
Everyone knows the story of The Three Bears, so what happens when Mama, Papa, and Baby Bear are expecting a new cub in the family? The three Bears become four! And Baby Bear is having a "wee" bit of trouble adjusting to the new arrival. But with the help of his friends Gina, Big Bird and Telly, he is able to become an expert big brother, and even has fun teaching his baby sister.
One, two, buckle your shoe...Elmo gets dressed, and you can, too! Come along and learn all about jackets, hats, and shoes with Elmo. With a dancing shade, a mischievous drawer, a frisky television and a playful computer, Elmo's World is the perfect place for preschoolers to learn all about the world around them. Elmo and his friends take a trip to the shoe store, learn how to make a magical hat, and chat with a fuzzy pink jacket. Getting dressed and learning are fun in Elmo's World!
Includes 3 full Elmo's World episodes: Firefighters, Doctors, Helping.
Sonny Friendly is the host of "Alphabet Treasure Hunt", a game show where contestants bring in items that start with certain letters of the alphabet. His contestants are Gary Grouch, Dimples the Dog and Big Bird. A video board picks a letter of the alphabet at random, and the contestants must find an item that begins with that letter. When they succeed, a piece of a cookie will light up, and when all three pieces light up, the contestant wins. At random times the board will also pick a number of letters, which then present Sesame Street segments involving those letters.
Included are beloved fairy tales: Rapunzel, Sleeping Beauty, Jack & the Beanstalk, and Little Red Riding Hood. Also featured are 4 classic Kermit Newsflash segments. Preschoolers learn early literacy skills, problem solving, and exploring nature.
Big Bird, Baby Bear and the rest of the gang all get together to help apprehensive Elmo prepare for his first day of school. Once he learns of the singing and dancing, arts and crafts and all-around fun that awaits him at school, Elmo's raring to go. Packed with great songs, memorable characters and the trademark Sesame Street charm, this feature is perfect for toddlers on the verge of their own first day of school.
Christmas Eve is upon the entire Sesame Street gang in this funny and sweet one-hour television special. Oscar the Grouch has Big Bird worried about Santa Claus arriving and bringing everyone presents.
- Letter B (Beetles) - Born to Add - Disco Frog with Kermit - Star Wars: I Say Banana - Weather Around the World
- Cookie Monster and Kermit - Big Hello 1-20 - Dr. Noble Price Talky Stick - Wavin Goodbye - Dancing Dog Images
- Reading Lesson - Rainy Day Song - Snowflakes - Proud to be a Cow - Dance Myself to Sleep
- Grover the Singing Waiter - Teeny Little Super Guy - We All Sing the Same Song - Chaplin in The Rain - Frogs in the Glen
- Henson Ball Power #3 - Trash Outta Heaven - In/Out with Barkley - Cooperation Song - Exercise with Grover
Professor Grover is the teacher in preschool and Elmo is his helper for today's lesson! But before Professor Grover can start he wants to show Elmo how to be friends with the class. Is making friends really that easy? Will Elmo and the class ever be able to get along? Featuring socio-emotional themed stories and songs kids will learn all about important socio-emotional skills they need to get along with others in a fun and entertaining way. Join Elmo and Grover as they share stories and songs about making friends taking turns sharing and laugh along with Professor Grover's silly antics.
Dance and sing along with this star-studded special from Sesame Street! From Alicia Keys to the Dixie Chicks, Andrea Bocelli, Adam Sandler and more, this video will get your child moving!
Your favorite Sesame Street friends show kids how to have fantastic adventures at home. All it takes is a little imagination.
Sesame Street: 20 Years and Still Counting celebrates the 20th anniversary of the ground-breaking educational series Sesame Street - hosted by Bill Cosby with special star-studded appearances by Jim Henson, the Muppets, Ray Charles, and more!
Have you ever heard of an Elmosaurus? How about a Telly Rex? Join Sesame Street's curious red monster as he explores dinosaurs! What did dinosaurs eat? How did they move? What did they look like? And what would happen if Elmo, Telly, and Abby Cadabby became dinosaurs?!?! All these questions and more are answered in this charming and informative DVD, which features Dorothy, Mr. Noodle, new songs, and a dinosaur on Sesame Street!
C is for Cookie and that's good enough for everyone! Celebrate all things Cookie Monster with this collection filled with sweet stories and scrumptious songs including favorites the "Cookiehood" story, Healthy Food Song with Wyclef Jean, the Cookie Tree story, and Cookie Monster's Sorting Song.
Welcome to a song-filled, smile-making, simply scrumptious video starring everyone's favorite Sesame Street connoisseur de crumbs: Cookie Monster! This new program features Cookie Monster's very best bites plus plenty of new production bits. It's a wacky and wonderful tribute to a monster, the cookies he loves and the little lessons he learns with every bite he takes. Screen star Annette Benning drops by to help Cookie Monster sort out the difference between a Cookie Here and There. And that's just the beginning of the rib-tickling treats awaiting Cookie Monster fans young and old in this tuneful, tasty, cookie-crunching delight.
Get ready for some really, really big fun when Elmo is accidentally turned big and towers over Sesame Street! While Abby tries to figure out how to get Elmo small again, kids will learn all about measuring in this extra tall tale. Then, Elmo makes friends with a Monarch butterfly and cooks up even more big fun in a silly cooking competition!
Join your favorite furry friends at the Fuzzy Awards Show, as they await the announcement of top Monster Song of the Year.
Are you up for an alphabet challenge? Abby shows off her new Fairy Fly Pad, but accidentally traps her friends inside the video game world! To get back to Sesame Street, Elmo, Telly and Abby must beat challenges that test their alphabet knowledge.
What's cooking on Sesame Street? Join Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster and lots of other friends as they explore a variety of foods in these cooking themed stories and songs. Learn how sushi, bread and pasta are made, Join Murray Monster at Cooking School, and watch Elmo and his friend Pilar make fruit juice popsicles.
Sesame Street's favorite furry red cowpoke saddles up to learn all about the wild frontier. Join Elmo as he finds out how to ride a horse, kicks up his heels at a hoe down, boards a time-traveling magic stagecoach and more! Featuring classic cowpoke songs, and plenty of fun with his partners the Noodles, Marshall Grover and special guests, country singer Travis Tritt and Broadway's Kristen Chenoweth. Elmo takes viewers young and old on a wonderful ride through the very best of the Wild Wild West! Also, features the brand new Sesame Street segment, Monster Clubhouse!
With the story where Elmo remembers giving up his binky as the centerpiece, this release features stories that pre-schoolers can relate to.
Join Elmo and his cousin Elmer in a Rootin' Tootin' Hootin' Hollerin' Country Jamboree!
There is a rainbow on Sesame Street, and Elmo can't wait to show Rosita, but when they return, the rainbow has disappeared! Will Rosita ever see a real rainbow? Find out in this new Sesame Street video!
What did you do on your summer vacation? Elmo spent a lot of time at the beach and he wants to tell you all about it! How do you spread out a towel on the sand? How do you scratch your back? Can you take a picture with a camera? Join the curious red monster and his pet goldfish, Dorothy as he explores Beaches, Skin, and Cameras in this fun DVD. Includes all-new songs!
This Sesame Street titles features denizens of the popular fictional neighborhood engaging in various activities that help teach young children the importance of being healthy. Topics include exercise, proper diet, and visiting the doctor.
PLAY WITH ME SESAME: LET'S PLAY GAMES is another in a series of Sesame Workshop productions designed as a "personal play date" for young kids. This one focuses on the fun of playing games, both mental and physical, and subtly enhances basic principles like taking turns and good sportsmanship. The DVD combines interactive segments featuring best loved Sesame Street characters with classic Sesame Street segments revolving around the idea of play. Ernie drives Bert crazy by making him play games with confusing rules, Guy Smiley the game show host risks being outmaneuvered by contestants, and Grover finds lots of different ways to groove and move.
Elmo's Music Magic is a Sesame Street DVD released in 2011. The DVD's recycles the street story from a 2010 episode, with new scenes featuring Elmo to help break up the story. The video includes a new song, "Come Back Cookie", and a new performance of "One Small Voice." The DVD also includes two bonus features: the song "What I Am" by Will.i.am and a sing-along version of the video, with lyrics and bouncing ball. The official DVD description mentions segments featuring Jason Mraz ("Outdoors") and Leslie Feist ("1234") appearing on the DVD; however, they are not found on the actual release.
This nail-biting, cookie-munching thriller celebrates the arts and delights Cookie Monster fans of all ages. A cookie art museum has just opened on Sesame Street. Surrounded by beautiful cookie paintings, such as "Girl with the Cookie Earring" and the "Muncha Lisa," Cookie Monster and his friends feel as though they're in a whole new world. But when art suddenly starts to disappear, Cookie Monster quickly becomes a suspect. Can he clear his name? Will they find the missing art in time or will Cookie Monster be banished from the museum forever?
It's time for Muppet music videos, and DJ Jackman Wolf is taking requests from the Sesame Street friends! Kids will have fun singing and dancing along to 10 songs including "Monster in the Mirror," "Telephone Rock" and "Count Up to Nine." Wolf plays Bert's favorite, "It's Hip to Be Square"; Oscar the Grouch gets the joint jumping with "The Word Is No"; and Chrissy and the Alphabeats salute reading with "Rock 'N Roll Readers."
Everyone knows the educational importance of PBS's landmark learning show, "Sesame Street." But sometimes, we forget about all the great songs that have come from the much-honored children's series. Now, the whole family can sing along to their heart's content with Big Bird, Bert & Ernie, Cookie Monster and the whole gang as your favorite puppet characters croon their favorite hit songs from the long-running show.
Ribbit! Woof! Neigh! Tweet! Elmo loves animals and he wants to learn all about them. What is the best way to walk a dog? What type of animal is considered a wild animal? Do frogs live on land or in water? And how do penguins stay warm? Join Sesame Street's curious red monster and his special friend Dorothy as they explore wild animals, pets and more! Elmo's World: All About Animals is an Elmo's World DVD released in 2014. This 2-hour compilation includes select episodes about animals, including: Frogs Fish Cats Dogs Horses Birds Penguins Wild Animals
Cookie, starring as "Flan Solo," struggles to not eat his partner, a talking cookie named "Chewie". Grover makes a special featured appearance as "Groda" (a parody of Yoda).
To get to the Goblet of Cookies, Furry Potter must listen carefully to directions. It will take more than a simple Wingardium Leviosa to reach the Goblet. Watch Professor Crumblemore teach Furry Potter the wizardly ways of following instructions in Furry Potter's quest for the Goblet of Cookies!
If Cookie Monster wants to find the Cookie of Oz, he must remember the directions. He must follow the chocolate chip road, do the opposite of what the cookie tin man says, and finally, go through the Emerald Green door. See the world turn from black and white to color in The Cookie of Oz.
Snacks on. Snacks off. Martial Arts Master takes on Cookie Monster as a student of Biscotti Karate. Can he train Cookie Monster to be...The Biscotti Kid? "Cookie's Crumby Pictures," is an all new segment on Sesame Street, teaching kids self-regulation and executive function skills.
A super villain was prepared to destroy all of the healthy food in the world, until one hero, actually several heroes, stuck together to save the world's vegetables. Dr. Brownie, Onion Man, Captain Americauliflower, Black Bean Widow, The Mighty Corn, and Zucchin-eye are The Aveggies!
It took a brilliant scientist with a brilliant idea to open the world's first cookie theme park - Jurassic Cookie. Join Cookie Monster and his friends in an action packed giant dino-cookie chase!
Join Sesame Street's curious red monster as he learns all about his furry little body from head to toe! Can you wiggle your ears? How do you wash your hands? Let's all whistle! Children will love singing and dancing along with Elmo as he explores his eyes, feet, hair, nose, and more.
Are you brave enough to watch? Help your child learn to overcome their fears with Sesame Street’s Special brand of honesty and humor. Elmo, Grover, and friends learn strategies to deal with scary thunderstorms, strange shadows, unfamiliar dogs, and buzzing bees! Filled with great ideas for managing common preschool fears!
Fairy tales and nursery rhymes come to life on Sesame Street! Full of fairytale favorites and other classic segments, this is a Sesame Street story spectacular!
Hop to it and join Elmo for this riveting and "ribbiting" DVD! Learn all about frogs, penguins, and horses with 3 Elmo's World episodes full of animal antics. Do you like horses, yay or neigh? Elmo does and he hears straight from a horse's mouth what it is like to be a horse! Elmo also finds out fun and fascinating facts about frogs, like how they grow and what they eat. And chill out with Elmo and a bunch of penguins! It's animal fun for everyone!
Imagination, math, and music add up in Elmo The Musical! Join Elmo as he delivers pizza to space, sails off in search of a giant whale, and whips up a dip for the Queen of Nacho Picchu. It's a learning-filled adventure that will leave your child singing, dancing, adding, subtracting, and dreaming up endless possibilities!
It's always a sunny day when you spend it with everyone's favorite furry monster! Wake up with Elmo, then learn all about school and exercise. When it's time for bed, Elmo takes a bath and brushes his teeth. Nighty-night Elmo, let's spend all day together again tomorrow! This EXTRA-LONG Elmo's World compilation focuses on daily routines, helping children learn them along with their good friend Elmo. Includes Getting Dressed, Families, School, Exercise, Helping, Bath Time, Teeth, and Sleep.
The Game of Chairs will determine who will be king or queen of Jesteros. Four players will march around three chairs while music plays until one remains. Who will take the crown in this game of musical chairs? Robb, Cersie, Joffrey, Daeneyrus or….?
Shortbreadward is a yumpire with a cookie thirst and Belly is the girl who loves him. The problem is that Shortbreadward does not know how to share his cookies with Belly. Will Shortbreadward ever learn to control his thirst? Or will Bacob, a wolf with better executive functioning skills, convince Belly to be with him? Find out in Twilight: Breaking Cookie!
Yo-ho-yo-ho it's a pirate's life for Cookie Monster. Follow Captain Snack Sparrow as he focuses on the task at hand to find Davie Jones' Cookie Jar.
"Rubber Duckie" is Ernie's signature song, a tribute to his beloved Rubber Duckie.
"I've Got Two" is a song about various body parts that come in pairs. It was originally performed by Susan and Bob during the first season of Sesame Street.
Joan Ganz Cooney is an American television producer. She is one of the founders of the Sesame Workshop, the organization famous for the creation of the children's television show Sesame Street, which was also co-created by her.
"Ladybugs’ Picnic" is an animated song highlighting the joys and sorrows of twelve ladybugs, gathered for a picnic.
The King of Eight is a 1970 short film produced for Sesame Street by Jim Henson, using stop-motion animation. The 70-second short film focuses on the title character, the jovial king (voiced by Jim Henson) of a land where everything exists in denominations of the number eight.
Bert tells Jon-Jon that he's lost his paper clips, and he feels sad. He asks Jon-Jon to show how he looks when he feels sad. Then Bert feels angry about losing his paper clips, and Jon-Jon acts out that emotion. Bert remembers where he left his collection, and Jon-Jon acts happy, too.
The painter sees Channing having a picnic. He uses mayonnaise, mustard, and ketchup to paint 3s on her sandwich bread.
The original version of the song featured Cookie Monster standing behind a giant letter C, with a black background that eventually lightened to reveal a monster chorus including Grover, Fenwick, Harry Monster, Oscar the Grouch, and Billy.
"The Alligator King" is a Sesame Street animated segment about the number 7. The song tells the story of a mustachioed alligator king who is "feeling mighty down" and offers his crown to whichever of his seven sons can cheer him up.
The Martians discover a telephone. They say hello to it, and then try mooing, meowing, and clucking at it. None of these bring any response. Then the phone begins to ring. The Martians, thinking it's talking, start making ringing noises back.
"Martian Beauty" is a song by Bud Luckey about a Martian beauty with features in sets of nine: hairs, bows, eyes, nostrils, arms and toes.
"Bein' Green," originally titled "Green," is one of Kermit the Frog's best-known songs. It was written in 1970 by Joe Raposo for the first season of Sesame Street, and has since become an American standard.
Trick or Treat? Here's a treat for you: all of your favorite furry buddies on Sesame Street dressed up for Halloween. Elmo's going to be a robot, and Abby is going to be an Argyle Sock Puppy! What are you being for Halloween?
What can Elmo do? Elmo can do it all! Elmo can dance! Elmo wants to learn Zoe's dance for Friendship Day, but Zoe also needs to learn to be a good friend. Elmo can write his name! With Chris's help, Elmo composes a letter for Abby, and he signs it with the one word he can write: his name. Elmo can help! Elmo, Telly, and Rosita turn into Help-O-Bots and use their powers to try to help Chris! Elmo can stay calm! Guy Smiley is on Sesame Street with a game called "Calm Down and Think!" Can Elmo calm down and focus to win a bicycle horn? ***The DVD features four street stories ("Friendship Day," "Elmo's Letter to Abby," "Help-O-Bots" and "Calm Down and Think") and the Bruno Mars song, "Don't Give Up." Bonus features include "Elmo's World: Helping" and the full-length video, "Bye-Bye Pacifier."
Big Bird may not be able to fly, but he can sing. He joins Snuffy to spend some time looking through Bird's scrapbook and all the reminiscing leads to some singing. Big Bird croons some of the old classics, including "ABCDEFG," "I just adore four," and "What's Your Name." Snuffy joins him on a few tunes.
Once Upon a Sesame Christmas opens with the lyrical number “Holiday Lights,” a musical glimpse into the homes of Sesame Street families celebrating winter holidays, and unfolds into a fanciful bedtime story that brings the past alive. After a day of holiday fun, while being tucked into bed on Christmas Eve, Elmo asks, “Why do we leave cookies out for Santa?" As his father spins a tale about a dreary Sesame Street of yesteryear, a place so unfriendly not even Santa Claus would visit, viewers are transported to a period-perfect 19th-century city neighborhood, with characters in authentic hand-sewn costumes, but marked by unkindness and a serious lack of holiday spirit. Luckily, Elmo’s great-great-great-grandmonster moves into the neighborhood with the best of intentions and endless good will, gradually winning over the unhappy citizens and bringing kindness and cheer to Sesame Street once and for all.
Play with Me Sesame: Good Night Sesame Getting ready to go to sleep has never been so enjoyable. Dance and sing the “Boogie Woogie Sheep” tune, say goodnight to favorite things, and get cozy on Big Bird’s nest. Favorite Sesame friends encourage preschoolers to use their imaginations through interactive play as they settle down with gentle fun and learn importance of naps and resting. Play with Me is like a personal play date with a young child’s favorite Sesame friends. Games and activities promote play and participation that help preschoolers to learn social, cognitive and emotional skills while having fun.
More songs, more stars, more fun! Michael Buble helps Elmo to "Believe in Yourself" while Gwen Stefani explains how to "Be a Good Friend". Oscar is joined by Macklemore to sing about his love of trash, and there's music everywhere when Fifth Harmony stops by. Australian sensation Jessica Mauboy has kids hopping with "Five Kangaroos," OK Go paints a picture of the "Three Primary Colors" in amazing stop motion, and Elmo rocks out with Rev Run while learning to "Hop This Way".
Elmo has a lot of favorite stories, and he wants to share them all with you! Join Sesame Street's furry red monster and friends as they read all about Humpty Dumpty and Maria the Cowgirl. Can they reenact Maria's showdown with Bad Duck without ruining the happy ending? These little monsters also love making up their own stories! Rosita writes a story about her Mexican heritage, Elmo illustrates his Letter G Adventure, and Abby, Zoe, and Rosita write their very own princess story! Can the princess herself save the day?
A Special Sesame Street Christmas is a 1978 CBS Christmas special, made the same year as Christmas Eve on Sesame Street. It aired on December 8 at 8 pm. The special features only three of the Sesame Street Muppets - Oscar, Big Bird, and Barkley. In addition to the Muppets, Mr. Hooper, David, Bob, and Maria made appearances. The special also features several celebrity cameos and guest stars, including Leslie Uggams, Imogene Coca, Henry Fonda, Michael Jackson, Ethel Merman, Anne Murray and Dick Smothers.
Big Bird is sent to live far from Sesame Street by a pesky social worker. Unhappy, Big Bird runs away from his foster home, prompting the rest of the Sesame Street gang to go on a cross-country journey to find him.
Say "Hello!" to Halloween! It's time for tricks and treats when Elmo and Abby visit Count Von Count's spooky castle for a special Halloween. Count cats and ghosts with them, play pattern games, and help them chase down a runaway pumpkin! Then find out what happens when someone is wearing the same costume as Elmo – eek! Do the Batty dance as you get ready to celebrate Halloween with Elmo and all his friends! Ah, ah, ah!
Best of Friends is a Sesame Street DVD featuring clips from the show starring several of the show's central characters - Elmo, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Oscar the Grouch, Telly Monster, Count von Count, Grover, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, Zoe, Abby Cadabby, and Rosita. Segments are organized by each of these characters. The DVD was originally a Target exclusive release in September 2012. The DVD got a wider release on March 19, 2013.
The Best of Elmo 3 is a Sesame Street DVD that was released on March 3, 2015. Much like its predecessors (The Best of Elmo and The Best of Elmo 2), the DVD collects various different skits and songs starring Elmo.
Elmo and Cookie Monster Supersized Fun is a Sesame Street DVD released on April 4, 2017.
In the first episode of Sesame Street, Gordon takes a girl named Sally on a tour of Sesame Street, introducing her (and the viewers) to the various characters on the show. On the street, Sally meets the human cast -- Gordon, Susan, Bob and Mr. Hooper -- as well as two Muppet characters, Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. Ernie and Bert appear for the first time, and Kermit the Frog gives a lecture on the letter W, interrupted by an early version of Cookie Monster. Also featured in this episode are the first installments of the "Number Song Series" and "Jazz" cartoons, the first appearance of a group of Anything Muppets, and the first performance of "One of These Things". Carol Burnett is the first celebrity guest to appear on the show. In this episode, many sketches are introduced by the characters, even within the inserts. This reflects the fact that the show was initially conceived as a children's version of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. For example, Gordon asks Kermit to give his W lecture, and when the sketch begins, Kermit says that Gordon asked him to talk about the letter W.
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An orange-colored Oscar demands a baked-bean sundae; Kermit the Frog explains the word "in". Gospel diva Mahalia Jackson sings "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands", Animations of "Solomon Grundy" and "Wanda the Witch" make their debut.