Sesame Street: Do the Alphabet

Watch Sesame Street: Do the Alphabet

  • 1996
  • 40 min
  • 6.2  (5)

Sesame Street: Do the Alphabet is a fun, educational children's movie released in 1996. It stars some of the most iconic characters from the long-running TV show, including Caroll Spinney as Big Bird, David Rudman as Baby Bear, Frank Oz as Cookie Monster, and Jerry Nelson as Count von Count. The movie is structured around the alphabet, with each letter getting its own little segment. These segments are all different, with some focusing on letters in words, others on the sounds letters make, and others on making connections between letters and everyday items. There are also some catchy songs thrown in to help kids remember the letters and their sounds.

Along the way, the movie introduces a variety of new characters that young viewers are sure to love. For example, there's the energetic and cheerful Telly Monster, who is always eager to learn and explore new things. And then there's the adorable Zoe, who has a bit of a mischievous streak but ultimately just wants to have fun and learn as much as she can.

One of the most enjoyable aspects of Sesame Street: Do the Alphabet is the creative ways it introduces each letter. For example, the letter C is introduced through a short skit about a cookie-making machine that goes haywire. The letter F is introduced through a song about the many fun things that start with that letter. The letter S is introduced through a segment about space travel, complete with a spaceship and an astronaut suit.

The movie is also full of humor and silliness, which will no doubt keep young viewers engaged and entertained. Cookie Monster, in particular, gets some hilarious moments as he tries to control his insatiable appetite for cookies.

Of course, as with all Sesame Street content, education is at the forefront of Do the Alphabet. Each segment is carefully crafted to help kids not just learn the letters, but also understand how they're used in language. For example, the segment about the letter B focuses on words that start with that vowel sound, like "bat" and "ball." The segment about the letter W, on the other hand, focuses on how that letter can be used to make different sounds, like in the words "water" and "worm."

Overall, Sesame Street: Do the Alphabet is a delightful movie that parents and kids alike are sure to enjoy. It's full of fun and educational content that will help young viewers learn their letters and gain a greater understanding of the English language. And best of all, it does it all with the help of some of the most beloved and iconic characters in TV history.

Sesame Street: Do the Alphabet is a 1996 music movie with a runtime of 40 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.2.

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  • Runtime
    40 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    6.2  (5)