Sesame Street provides a comprehensive curriculum that supports preschoolers’ cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. Children learn to use their imaginations, build social skills, and respect peoples differences.
Educational Goal: Social and Emotional Growth, Language and Literacy, Creative Arts, Health
When Alan tells Elmo and Grover that he couldn’t go on vacation this year, Elmo, Grover and Chris surprise Alan by bringing the beach to Sesame Street!
Bert can’t fall asleep because Ernie is making too much noise. Bert becomes angry and leaves with his bed in search of quiet place to take a nap. While apart, Bert and Ernie think about what they did and how it made the other feel.
Abby tries to help Chris after he loses a sock while doing his laundry, but her efforts create chaos as she conjures up dancing socks.
Cinderella doesn’t want to open her new shoe store and be a princess anymore, she just wants to play. She meets Rosita, who would love to play with her but Cinderella’s fancy shoes make it difficult.
Sing along with Aloe Blacc and learn what it means to be an everyday hero.
Sing along with your Sesame Street friends about how wonderful hair is.
Sing along with Nick Jonas and learn about different kinds of shapes.
Murray is off to yoga school. Let’s join him!
Today’s letter of the day is “T.” Let’s name some things that start with “T.”
Celebrate Thanksgiving with Leon Bridges.
She’s packing for grandma’s and needs 13 things. Let’s count them out!
Join Laurie Hernandez and count to five. Five cartwheels!
Sing about how great friends can be with Josh Groban.
The number six. Turning six and celebrating with six friends is fun!
Come together and sing a song with John Legend and your Sesame Street friends.