Musical film based on the children's television show.
Part of Sesame Workshop's "Caring for Each Other" Initiative, Sesame Street: Elmo's Playdate offers families a moment of joy and connection in challenging times.
Big Bird worries when Oscar tells him that if Santa Claus can't fit down the chimney on Christmas Eve, nobody would get presents.
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. Potty training can be fun! Create a positive potty time experience for your child with Elmo, Baby Bear, Grover, and other Sesame Street friends with Elmo's Potty Time! This amusing and song-filled DVD teaches children that everyone - mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, friends, and even monsters - has to learn how to use the potty. Your child will learn that accidents are okay and that it takes time and practice before he can use the potty on his own. So dance, sing, and laugh as your child learns confidence-building skills and helpful healthy habits that will last a lifetime.
Respect Brings Us Together: Part of Sesame Street's 50th anniversary celebration, a campaign highlighting the importance of respecting one another, even in disagreement and even in the case of sworn enemies such as Westworld's characters: Dolores Abernathy and Bernard Lowe
A documentary which examines the creation and co-production of the popular children's television program in three developing countries: Bangladesh, Kosovo and South Africa.
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".
Elmo's World: Opposites is a 2008 Sesame Street DVD featuring three complete, and previously unreleased, episodes of "Elmo's World". It also includes Opposite Stuff, which is played over the credits. This was the first Elmo's World video to have a non-Elmo's World segment.
Get ready for a musical Sesame Street Muppet ® extravaganza! Something’s in the air on Sesame Street that makes everyone want to sing! Elmo and Rosita break into song when they have a playdate, but can’t find each other! Won’t "Somebody Come and Play?" The music goes on into the night when Sesame Street stays up late to sing more songs - karaoke style. Kids of all ages can sing and dance along to renditions of such Sesame Street favorites as "ABC-DEF-GHI," "You Say Hola," "Ladybug Picnic," "New Way to Walk," "Let’s Go Driving," and "People in Your Neighborhood." And the beat goes on - even with forgotten lyrics, stage fright and a broken karaoke machine! Featuring special guest performance clips by Gloria Estefan, Destiny’s Child and Ben Stiller!
Do The Alphabet is a 1996 Sesame Street direct-to-video compilation, with a framing sequence starring Big Bird and Baby Bear.
Sesame Street characters help Elmo count down the days leading up to Christmas.
Like most kids, Elmo sometimes had trouble taking turns and sharing his toys. Even with his best friend 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 Street Kid's Guide to Life - a new home video series that helps make growing up a lot more fun. Plus Katie Couric gives parents some helpful tips for guiding kids through learning how to share.
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!
When Telly Monster sends an E-mail to all of his friends, one 'mystery friend' starts sending back clues for him to find out who this friend might be.
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!
Rock on with Elmo and friends! Filled with over two hours of stories, songs, and learning, plus Abby's Flying Fairy School and Elmo the Musical. Guest starring Rev. Run and Dax Shepard.
Oscar the Grouch is visited by three ghosts in an attempt to teach him the true meaning of Christmas.
Elmo is trying to make a Top Ten Countdown list for the radio station, but everyone keeps trying to share their favorite song with him. Meanwhile, Telly can't decide on his favorite song -- is it "The Alphabet Song", "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" or "Baa Baa Black Sheep"?
DVD features Episode 4128 - Zoe's Hairy Godperson Sesame Street News Flash: Rapunzel (ending cut) Episode 4143 - Sleeping Grouchy Sesame Street News Flash: Sleeping Beauty (where Prince Charming falls asleep) Episode 4211 - Jack grows a beanstalk Sesame Street News Flash: Jack and the Beanstalk Musical Fairy Tales - Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf sing "One Fine Face" (title card is not included) Sesame Street News Flash: Little Red Riding Hood (with Cookie Monster) Two kids tell the story of The Frog Prince, animated with sand
Presents families' personal stories about coping with the death of a parent, as well as strategies that have helped these families move forward.
On a special inner city street, the inhabitants—human and muppet—teach preschoolers basic educational and social concepts using comedy, cartoons, games, and songs.
The American children's television series Sesame Street has a long history in Japan, airing for three decades as a dubbed program, and recently restarting as a local co-production.
123 Sesame Street is a syndication package of Sesame Street episodes from 1993–1994 and 1998 that used to air on Noggin. Then it aired on then the timeshare Noggin/The N in 2003 until 2005. Since Noggin has ceased to air the series due to Viacom acquiring Sesame Workshop's half of Noggin in 2003, the show continued to run until PBS Kids Sprout bought the rights to air Sesame Street-related programming. The syndication package has been discontinued, and now Seasons 30-33 of Sesame Street only rerun on Sprout. 123 Sesame Street is also the address of the apartment building on Sesame Street, most notable as the home of Bert and Ernie, and Gordon and Susan.
Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures is an animated series developed by Sesame Workshop in which clay-animated versions of Bert and Ernie use their imaginations to travel to strange places and into entertaining situations. The shorts are shown in the United States as inserts on Sesame Street. Internationally, the shorts are shown as a stand-alone series in various overseas markets. The animation for the series was produced by Italy's Misseri Studio. Two seasons of 26 five minute episodes each are being produced. The "Secret Agents" episode has received the Gold Award for the Children's Animation category at the 2009 World Media Festival, as well as being a selection at the 2009 Annecy Animation Festival.
Sesame Tree, is a version of Sesame Street made entirely in Northern Ireland, is a children's television series produced by Belfast-based production company Sixteen South and Sesame Workshop. The first episode aired on BBC Two in Northern Ireland on 5 April 2008 with the first series subsequently airing nationwide on CBeebies in August 2008. A second series was launched in November 2010 and broadcast on CBeebies from 22 November 2010.
Sim Sim Hamara is the Pakistani version of the children's television series Sesame Street. In April 2011, USAID announced that it would fund $20 million to start a local version of Sesame Street in Pakistan. The show, which began airing in December 2011 on PTV, will broadcast 78 episodes. Although the series consists of Urdu, most of the episodes will be translated into the regional tongues of Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto and Balochi as well. The show includes Elmo and a host of new Pakistani characters. The aim of the program is to increase education among children. Sesame Street has had many co-productions around the world and the one in Pakistan is the first localised version in the country itself. The show has been viewed in Pakistan before, in the early 1990s, although it was in English and the characters and context could only be understood by a westernised minority of Pakistani children. The theme of the show is based on 'tolerance'. In June 2012, it was reported that the US had terminated its funding of the program. This was later verified by the U.S. Embassy, Islamabad. The decision came after a Pakistani newspaper reported allegations of corruption by the local puppet theater that was working on the initiative, although these allegations were denied by the operator of the theater. The theater will seek alternative sources of funding to continue the production of the show.