Elmo Visits the Doctor - Join Elmo on
his first trip to the doctor’s office! Elmo and his
Guess That Shape and Color - 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!
Happy Healthy Monsters - In this Sesame Street DVD, preschool aged children are challenged to use their motor skills (exercising/jumping) and cognitive skills (understanding healthy eating, how to take your pulse) to learn about healthy habits.
Elmo's Potty Time - Potty training can
be fun! Create a positive potty time experience for your child with Elmo, Baby
Bear, Grover, and other
Count on Sports - This math-tastic DVD is full of numbers and shapes, plus critical
math concepts such as over/under and forward/backwards. All your favorite
Elmo's Magic Cookbook - The
irrepressible little red star of
Elmo Visits the Firehouse - After a
Zoe's Dance Moves - Get ready
to dance! It's a toe-tapping, finger-snapping good time when Paula Abdul gives Zoe her very first dance lesson! Soon
Let's Play Games - Play with Me Sesame is like a personal play date with a young child’s favorite Sesame friend. Games and activities promote play and participation that help preschoolers to learn social, cognitive, and emotional skills while having fun.
Love The Earth - Elmo, Zoe, and Baby Bear venture into
Elmo and the Bookaneers - Everyone
loves to read even pirates! The Bookaneers, led by
Tina Fey, have come ashore on
Ready for School - Ease your child into their first day of school with this song-filled DVD. Elmo is getting ready to start school. He's very excited, but he’s having some other feelings too. He listens as graduates Gabby and Miles tell him their school memories, and as Baby Bear explains how Mother Goose soothed his first-day-of-school jitters.
Bedtime with Elmo - It's bedtime on
All-Star Alphabet - Get to know your ABCs with this fun-filled
adventure that celebrates the wonder of words and the joys of the alphabet,
Telling the Truth - Elmo and Telly share billing on this half-hour instructional video that gently preaches the virtue of being forthright. The lesson begins as Gina reads "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" to her day-care charges. Elmo dreams himself into the tale, in which no sheep are eaten and the offending wolf ends up tied to a tree. Meanwhile, Telly seems to be the only one who hasn't been or isn't going to the circus. Feeling left out, he tells them his Uncle Tommy (Dennis Quaid) is the ringmaster. Of course, he gets found out, is forgiven, and joins Uncle Tommy, Gina, and the gang in a big song-and-dance number. The irony for adults and older kids is that Uncle Tommy is actually an astronaut, not exactly a low-profile job. But even his uncle gets the call to blast off into space without the benefit of a rocket ship: Telly announces that he loves him even if he's not a circus employee. Stay tuned after the credits for a one-minute message from Quaid.
Learning to Share - Like most kids, Elmo sometimes has trouble
taking turns and sharing his toys. Even with his best friends Zoe. With a little help from
Happy Sad Proud and Mad - Share all kinds of feelings with Ernie, Bert, Elmo and all of your Sesame pals. Help a sad Big Bird find his teddy bear. Dance and sing the happy Sippy Cup Song with Grover and Zoe, and surprise Cookie Monster with his favorite snack. Sesame friends encourage preschoolers to understand and express emotions through interactive play.