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What’s The Name Of That Song? – Sesame Street

...of Sesame Street. This late 1974 rendition was the first time What’s the Name of That Song? was performed. Next, more about memory on Sesame Street: Loaf of Bread, Container...

Talkin’ Scat with Hoots the Owl and Gordon – Sesame Street

...(a group of kids) in this classic Sesame Street clip from 1988 titled Talkin’ Scat. Watch more Sesame Street videos and more brilliant scat singing in the archives, including...

A girl visits the postage stamp factory – Sesame Street

Before stamps became stickers, which started in earnest in the United States around 1989, they were printed sheets of paper with water-activated adhesive backing. In 1987, Sesame Street visited...

I Beam – Sesame Street

...classic Sesame Street clip was first seen in 1980 during the show’s 12th season. Next: More Sesame Street clips, including Shape Organization, Geometry of Circles, Old Paper, New Paper,...

A snowman yearns for warmer climes – Parabella Studios

This beautifully crafted holiday commercial for the Belgian National Lottery was animated by Parabella Studios in East London. Check out their Making-Of video: Watch...

A surgical robot delicately stitches a grape back together

...surgical procedures. And they can, of course, lace a football: Learn more about how we repair ourselves: a time lapse of braces straightening teeth, Sesame Street’s Broken...

What is Dance? – Sesame Street

...love animation styles that hearken back to classic Sesame Street segments. Watch these next: How communication works, Shape Organization, The 30 Dots Collection, That’s About the Size, and Drums West...

Cubits (1978) by Al Jarnow

...a few tweaks here and there, his avant-garde films could’ve aired on Sesame Street, and his Sesame Street films could’ve played at Anthology Film Archives. The connection between them all...

Classic Sesame Street: Broken Wrist

...next. We love this classic Sesame Street video because it helps explain what to expect when something breaks. Watch Megan get a cast so that her Broken Wrist can heal…...

Cookie Monster’s food-related “showerthoughts” at the museum

What was the best thing before sliced bread? Cookie Monster considers some food-related “showerthoughts” — those random, seemingly-profound thoughts, ideas, or questions that you might have while taking...

Three Primary Colors – Sesame Street & OK Go

Three Primary Colors (2012): File this instant Sesame Street classic by OK Go under “super-catchy song that we sang all day today”. In the archives, watch more excellent...

James Earl Jones recites the alphabet on Sesame Street

There are few voices with this kind of gravitas, so it’s no wonder that James Earl Jones was the first celebrity guest on Sesame Street in 1969. Watch as...

Lupita Nyong’o Loves Her Skin – Sesame Street

...friend Lupita Nyong’o talk about skin in this wonderful new clip from Sesame Street. In the archives: more Sesame Street, including science experiments with Grover! Plus, watch more about touch,...

William Wegman’s ABC

ABC, the Sesame Street-featured Weimaraner alphabet by artist and photographer William Wegman. In addition to his paintings, Wegman is well-known for his photographs, videos, and books made with his...

Sesame Street: The 30 Dots Collection

Classic patterns and surprises! Sesame Street‘s 1970s era series about 30 dots has been collected into 13 segments by YouTube user Monsterpiece Theatre. Debuting as an animation set by...

Sesame Street’s Numerosity: Baker Number 10

...for the first season of Sesame Street in 1969. While the baker was played by stuntman Alex Stevens, the baker’s voice may sound familiar… that’s Jim Henson himself! He’s...

Mr Rogers: How Crayons Are Made

...Mr. Rogers narrates. We love when the same story is told from different perspectives. Don’t miss Sesame Street: how crayons are made — a shorter, wordless version with an equally...

5 Hidden Worlds Revealed Under a Microscope (with Telly!)

Sesame Street‘s Telly teams up with 5facts ‘ Annie Colbert and Matt Silverman to explore  sand, chalk, strawberries, velcro, and lint up close: 5 Hidden Worlds...

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