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Shape Organization, a Sesame Street classic

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A lot of made-for-kids television is based on fast action and quick edits, so it’s nice to return to some slower-paced visuals every once in a while — especially smart ones. This Shape Organization video is a compilation of four super-short shape sorting segments featured in the 419th episode of Sesame Street. It originally aired on November 30th, 1972.


In the archives, more Sesame Street, including:
Sesame Street: The 30 Dots Collection
Three Balls
• Geometry of Circles (1979)

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