The Sesame Street address sign is probably one of the most recognized landmarks in the Television world. The show is seen in at least 140 countries and is translated into many languages. This educational show has lasted over 40 years and is still going strong. Children around the world start to experience the learning effect of Sesame Street at a very early age. Over the past 40 years, millions of people have experienced the Sesame Street style of learning. Started in 1969 this New York based companies method of teaching young people was started by Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett developing one of televisions greatest success stories. The song introducing the show is world famous, people young and old have no difficulty remembering the words written by Joe Raposo, Jan Store and Bruce Hart. The famed question," Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street" is easy for millions of people to recall.
With 8 Grammys and a host of other awards, this children's television show has not wavered. Sesame Street is one of the longest running educational shows in the history of television. Favorite characters of the show are Big Bird Oscar the Grouch and Cookie Monster, Children throughout the world have developed a love for these characters and the television show they represent. The effect it has on the education of children is phenomenal. The show has early learning skills down to a science.
Sesame Street has evolved, as other Medias have over the years. The television show now has a Web presence where children can continue learning and interacting with their favorite characters. Children play games, and use a variety of learning tools. Financed originally by outside sources the show is now, financially independent, benefiting from a number of revenue producing avenues developed through the show over the years.
Teaching through games songs and stories, this for some children is their first school like learning experience. Sesame Street is as real to a child as the street where you live. The characters bring learning to life for kids of all ages.
Sesame Street Full Episode Guide:
Season 43 (31 clips available)
Episode 446 - Elmo the Musical - "Barnacle Subtrac...
First Aired: September 24, 2012
Season 42 (24 full episodes, 67 clips available)
Episode 12 - What's In Big Bird's Nest
First Aired: January 19, 2012
Episode 11 - The All of Our Senses Club
First Aired: January 04, 2012
Episode 10 - Falling Leaves
First Aired: December 30, 2011
- Episode 9 - The Flood
- Episode 8 - Super Maria
- Episode 7 - Getting Centered
- Episode 6 - Humpty Dumpty's Big Break
- Episode 5 - The Latinization of Marco
- Episode 4 - Observe, Record, Annoy
- Episode 3 - The Bubble Fest
- Episode 2 - Rocco's Boat
- Episode 1 - Failure to Launch
Season 41 (56 full episodes, 45 clips available)
Season 40 (53 full episodes, 40 clips available)
Season 39 (61 full episodes, 33 clips available)
Season 38 (43 full episodes, 34 clips available)
Season 37 (33 full episodes, 9 clips available)
Season 36 (28 full episodes, 26 clips available)
Season 35 (31 full episodes, 9 clips available)
Season 34 (1 full episode, 13 clips available)
Season 33 (8 clips available)
Season 32 (10 clips available)
Season 31 (10 clips available)
Season 30 (10 clips available)
Season 29 (4 clips available)
Season 28 (7 clips available)
Season 27 (19 clips available)
Season 26 (20 clips available)
Season 25 (19 clips available)
Season 24 (6 clips available)
Season 23 (4 clips available)
Season 22 (13 clips available)
Season 21 (11 clips available)
Season 20 (9 clips available)
Season 19 (13 clips available)
Season 18 (16 clips available)
Season 17 (15 clips available)
Season 16 (20 clips available)
Season 15 (10 clips available)
Season 14 (10 clips available)
Season 13 (4 clips available)
Season 12 (4 clips available)
Season 11 (7 clips available)
Season 10 (1 full episode, 11 clips available)
Season 9 (15 clips available)
Season 8 (17 clips available)
Season 7 (9 clips available)
Season 6 (21 clips available)
Season 5 (19 clips available)
Season 4 (28 clips available)
Season 3 (23 clips available)
Season 2 (19 clips available)
Season 1 (19 full episodes, 26 clips available)
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Sesame Street News
After facing heat for possibly participating in sexual relationships with minors, Kevin Clash, the man behind Elmo, has resigned.
The man behind the red puppet, Kevin Clash, is being accused of participating in a sexual relationship with an underage boy.
"Sesame Street" producers are not pleased that the Obama campaign is making free use of their character.
Where's the love, Mitt Romney? The Republican presidential candidate made a talking point Wednesday of eliminating federal public-broadcasting subsidies if he's elected president this November....no matter how much he "loves Big Bird." Thursday, Sesame Workshop was not only fielding some big-time television appearance requests, but politely staying out of Romney's agenda.
Master painter Bob Ross has a whisper of a voice and mellow, tranquil demeanor that's aural Ambien on even an ordinary day. Filter it through Autotune, though? Somehow, that makes it pure ear-candy.
I think I see why PBS shows make for such great mash-ups and parodies: not because they're worthy of mockery, but because they're parts of everybody's childhood that we just can't help but like. Who really hates "Reading Rainbow" or Mister Rogers or "Sesame Street?" Nobody, that's who. Proof-positive: Cookie Monster can take a really badly written song and actually improve it ten-fold.
Legendary rock singer Elvis Costello made an appearance on "Sesame Street" this week, clad, of course in one of his gaudy bespoke suits, signature bowlers, and Costello-esque rims. In the skit, Costello's red number two has been unceremoniously eaten by the dastardly Cookie Monster, which makes it darn hard to count to ten.
As New York State allow gay marriage, and the movement continues to pick up steam across the country, an online group is petitioning Sesame Street to have two of its most famous puppet characters join in gay matrimony. A new online petition begs the folks at "Sesame Street" to out Bert and Ernie as a gay couple, then have them get married.