Play with Me Sesame

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  • TV-Y
  • 2002
  • 1 Season
  • 6.4  (82)

Play with Me Sesame is a children's show that premiered on Sprout in the year 2002. The show involves interactive playtime with Sesame Street's beloved Muppets, Elmo, Cookie Monster, and Ernie. The show is hosted by Fran Brill, Eric Jacobson, and Lisa Buckley, who plays the role of the friendly, giggly monster, Zoe.

The show is an educational program designed to help toddlers develop their cognitive and social skills while they watch and participate in fun activities. The show features various segments that are fun-filled with games, songs, and stories that capture the attention of young children.

One of the show's main segments is called "Elmo's World" where the adorable Elmo explores different themes like pets, music, and dancing. The segment is aimed at encouraging children's curiosity and creativity by getting them involved in new and exciting things. Elmo makes the show more fun with catchy songs, jingles, and fun new gadgets that capture children's imaginations and encourage them to learn.

Another engaging part of the show is 'Cooking with Cookie', where the forever-hungry monster, Cookie, learns recipes, counts ingredients, and cooks some yummy dishes with his audience, encouraging children to learn basic arithmetic concepts such as numbers, counting, and basic addition.

The show also has a segment where the famous duo, Ernie, and Bert, create art and "pretend play" together, which allows children to exercise their imaginative and creative capabilities. The "pretend play" segment involves the duo adventuring into space, becoming knights, and much more.

The show also has a "Zoe's Science Center" segment that teaches young children about how the world works through various scientific experiments, such as mixing different colors with paint to make new ones or playing with water to learn about the concept of water cycle. The Zoe character teaches children about scientific concepts in a friendly and engaging way, making learning fun for them.

The show's overall aim is to provide content that will help children build their language, literacy, math, and social skills. Through the various segments, the show uses educational concepts embedded in fun and exciting themes that grab children's attention, fostering learning and creativity in a fun way.

The program's hosts, including Fran Brill, Eric Jacobson, Lisa Buckley, are skilled professionals who portray their characters with enthusiasm, a vibrant personality, and a warm and engaging charm that entertains children and enhances their understanding of the instructional content.

Overall, Play with Me Sesame captures the hearts and minds of young children with its fun, engaging, and educational content. The varied content is aimed at encouraging the young ones to learn and build essential skills that will serve them well later in life. This is a show that provides endless opportunities for children to learn, grow, and have fun all at the same time.

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Episode 26
26. Episode 26
"Ernie Says" with Super Grover; Elmo discusses sleep; Cookie Monster sings If the moon were a cookie; play Perfect Pair with Bert.
Episode 25
25. Episode 25
"Ernie Says" with Ernestine; Elmo's book; play Perfect Pair on the computer; dance with Grover.
Episode 24
24. Episode 24
"Ernie Says" all about baseball; sing a song about Important with Elmo; the Perfect Pair game on the computer with Bert; Grover doing the Groverelli.
Episode 23
23. Episode 23
"Ernie Says" about open and close; Perfect Pair with Bert; Ernie catches fish; move and groove.
Episode 22
22. Episode 22
"Ernie Says" all about Ernestine Says; Oatmeal Art; count along with The Count; move and groove with Zoe and friends.
Episode 21
21. Episode 21
"Ernie Says" all about food; a ballgame with Grover; play Pigeon Pattern on the computer.
Episode 20
20. Episode 20
"Ernie Says" all about saying hello, draw on the computer in Oatmeal Art with Bert, and Prairie Dawn's interview with Goldilocks.
Episode 19
19. Episode 19
"Ernie Says"; singing with Elmo; Ernie plays duckie games; Cookie Monster gets surprised; grooving with Zoe and friends.
Episode 18
18. Episode 18
"Ernie Says" all about Ernestine; draw a computer cookie with Prairie and Cookie Monster; play Duckie games on the computer; move and groove; do the birdcall
Episode 17
17. Episode 17
Super Grover; a song with Elmo about what's in the middle of your face; Pigeon Patterns with Bert; Wubba Lullaby with Grover.
Episode 16
16. Episode 16
"Ernie Says" about making cookies; Pigeon Pattern game; Grover goes to the doctor's office
Episode 15
15. Episode 15
Ernie and Bert practice emotions, Frazzle goes to the dentist, Cookie Monster teaches about inside and outside, and the girls sing about girl power.
Episode 14
14. Episode 14
Ernie plays Duckie Says and gets a drawing lesson, Cookie Monster learns to control his temper, and Bert and Ernie use their imaginations.
Episode 13
13. Episode 13
Bert pretends to be a pigeon and plays Pigeon Patterns, Prairie Dawn and Elmo report from space, and Cookie Monster draws.
Episode 12
12. Episode 12
Grover goes on safari, Bert plays Perfect Pair, Ernie talks about big and small, and different animals sing "Happy Birthday."
Episode 11
11. Episode 11
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Episode 10
10. Episode 10
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Episode 9
9. Episode 9
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Episode 8
8. Episode 8
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Episode 7
7. Episode 7
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Episode 6
6. Episode 6
Ernie & Prarie: Play "Ernie Sez" Kermit the Frog & Grover: Play "Opposites" Ernie, Prarie, Grover, Bert: Laugh together. Ernie & Bert: Talk about opposite. Bert: Plays "Perfect Pair"
Episode 5
5. Episode 5
Prarie, Ernie, Bert, Grover: Play "Ernie Sez." Bert & Ernie: Talk about laughing. Elmo & Ernie: Sing about the face. Lyrics Ernie: I've got 2 eyes Elmo: Two Little Eyes Ernie: So I can see Elmo: So I can see! Ernie: I've got 2 ears to listen to what you say to me. Elmo: What you say to me. Ernie: I've got a nose. Elmo: I've got a nose Ernie: So I can smell Elmo: A nose can smell. Ernie: I've got a mouth. Elmo: I've got a mouth Ernie: So I can speak. Elmo: A mouth can speak. Ernie: I've got a cheek right here and here I got another cheek. Elmo: Another cheek. Ernie: I've got a chin, but what a chin does I just can't tell. Elmo: Just cannot tell. Ernie: I've got eyes, ears, nose, mouth, cheek, & chin, each in its place. And there all part of one fine face!!! Cookie Monster: Orders cookies from a bakery. Ernie & Bert: Play drums and guess what they are playing.
Episode 4
4. Episode 4
Bert: Decides what hat to wear. Monsters: Ryme with the following words: Ball, hat, red. Ernie: Plays "Ernie Sez". Two Headed Monster: Make two shaped into one. Grover: Sings "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
Ernie & Bert: Play "Ernie Sez" upside-down. Kermit the Frog: Talks about being surprised. Bert: Makes oatmeal art. Bert & Ernie: Talk about pidgeons. Prarie Dawn: Introduces Art. Grover, Ernie, Bert, Prarie Dawn: Play the ryming game.
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
Bert & Ernie: Play choo-choo train. Ernie & Rubber Duckie: Play "Duckie Sez." Kermit the Frog: Plays the "Magic Finger Game" and draws a square. Prarie Dawn: Introduces Childrens art while playing a song. Grover: Sings "Theres a Monster in My Mirror (Wubba Wubba)" Bert & Ernie: Play "Ernie Sez."
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
Bert & Ernie: Play "Ernie Sez" Prarie Dawn: Sings a poem while playing piano. Cookie Monster: Decides if he wants to eat square, circle, or triangle shaped cookies. Kermit the Frog: Sings "Its Not Easy Being Green." Ernie & Bert: Make patterns Bert: Makes "Oatmeal Art". Elmo & Herry: Read a story together.
  • Premiere Date
    April 1, 2002
  • IMDB Rating
    6.4  (82)