Abby Cadabby and Kayla sing The Alphabet Song.
Abby Cadabby and Donche recite the alphabet together.
Abby Cadabby and Donche talk about meeting new people.
Kayla tells Abby her favorite word is "cat". They pretend to be cats and Kayla spells the word cat out for Abby.
Abby asks Elizabeth what kind of pet she should have and Elizabeth suggests a guinea pig. Abby asks what kind of pets Elizabeth has and Elizabeth says she has two cats.
Baby Bear and Isabella teach "open" and "close" with their eyes, mouths, hands, and arms.
Baby Bear asks a child about the hardest thing for her to do.
Baby Bear asks Daniel about riding a bicycle.
Biff is amazed at how much Daniel, a blind boy, knows about the park.
Big Bird and Shola
Big Bird and Crystal
Big Bird and Shola demonstrate short and long.
Big Bird tells Shola that he's been having some trouble figuring out big and little. Shola says that she's little and Big Bird is big. Big Bird says, "Oh! That must be why they call me Big Bird." Shola answers, "Yeah! You're Big Bird. I'm Shola." This segment appears in .
The World According to Sesame Street
Big Bird and Crystal demonstrate "big" and "little". Big Bird tries to pretend to be little, and the girl will be big -- but it doesn't work; Big Bird is still big.
A clip from this segment appeared in , and a very brief clip appeared in the " The World of Jim Henson What a Bird!" montage in .
Sesame Street: 20 and Still Counting
Big Bird and Scotty read a Wet Paint sign.
Big Bird and Scotty read a Don't Walk sign.
Big Bird and Scotty read a One Way sign.
Although it didn't appear on an episode of Sesame Street, Big Bird had a "Muppet & Kid Moment" with a child in the Emily Perl Kingsley-scripted TV movie .
Kids Like These
Chicago the Lion makes sure his "cubbies" know how to roar like he does when they're hunting for veggies. Merry Monster introduces herself to them, and asks to join them, but Chicago doesn't think she's able to roar. She proves him wrong, and he says she can take over as the teacher.
Chip and Dip hold a sign with the word "CAT" written on it and ask Danny if he knows what it says. When they learn that he can't read the sign, they give him clues.
The Count and Ingrid count to 20 in Spanish.
The Count talks to two kids about Gabi's first water-colored painting she made when she was five. They talk about what kind of painting they like to do.
The Count interviews Aaron, a five-year-old boy, and counts his five fingers.
The Count and Samara count to 10 in sign language.
Elmo and Ben pretend to eat healthy snacks. Ben eats applesauce and apples, while Elmo eats a tuna fish sandwich and a pear.
Elmo and a girl imagine themselves eating healthy foods such as broccoli and apples.
David says he can count to twelve hundred, but Farley would prefer just hearing him count to twelve.
Forgetful asks a girl named Daniela if she will tell him the word on a sign, which says "Yes". But every time she tells him the word, he thinks she is saying yes to telling him the word.
Forgetful holds up a sign for Daniela to read and asks her to tell him what it says. When she says "no" he thinks she is refusing to tell him.
Forgetful Jones asks Daniela to help him read a sign - ME.
"Professor Fred" talks to a group of kids in the arbor area about body parts.
Meryl Sheep talks about her film "Out of Africa, Asia and America," and has the kids pick out the As in the title.
Oscar asks Hunter what his favorite food is. Oscar says his favorite food is ice cream with sardines and some cold gravy on it. Hunter says his favorite food is shrimp.
Oscar and Hunter talk about green foods. Hunter says that he likes broccoli, then Oscar says "I like to have broccoli on my ice cream"
Papa Bear asks Antonio Ortiz what his favorite sport is, and they talk about exercise.
Papa Bear asks Antonio how he takes care of his teeth.
Papa Bear has Antonio demonstrate his capability of doing splits.
Papa Bear talks to Antonio about reading and they both talk about the story, .
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Mackenzie tells Rosita about her brother, Johnny.
Mr. Snuffleupagus and Joey say the alphabet.
Simon Soundman shows the kids a picture with a variety of hidden shapes. As the kids identify the hidden shapes, Simon makes the sounds -- a bell, a guitar, a telephone, a dog barking and a train.
Telly notices that Isaac doesn't have fur like he does.
Telly and Shaun talk about the letter R and make the sound of it. They come up with words like run and roar until Chicago the Lion comes over because he heard Telly and Sean roaring.
Telly and Shaun make happy and sad faces.