- 1 Segments with their own pages
- 2 Henson clay animated segments
- 3 Word showcases
- 4 Crossover (cast letter building)
- 5 Letter Commercials (stories)
- 6 Alphabet Dancers
- 7 Letters on video
- 8 Letters in space
- 9 Consonant sound (mostly poems)
- 10 Letter hoist
- 11 Sand animals
- 12 Gordon voiceover
- 13 Crayon animation
- 14 Fans of Letters
- 15 Letter Planets
- 16 Typefaces
- 17 Pencil Box/School Supplies
- 18 Jane Aaron segments
- 19 Planting Letters
- 20 Computer Letters
- 21 Girls sing and clap
- 22 Hand Tricks
- 23 Letter Candles
- 24 Fishy Letters
- 25 Paper fold
- 26 Alphabet Flyers
- 27 Falling Leaves
- 28 Playing Cards
- 29 Airplanes and clouds
- 30 Fun Factory
- 31 Letter Words Dance with Kids
- 32 Chanting
- 33 Underwater (Jaws spoof series)
- 34 Letters on the Street
- 35 Computer Matching
- 36 Magnets
- 37 Safari
- 38 Beach Letters
- 39 Letter Flipdoors
- 40 Letter Astronauts
- 41 Her, His
- 42 Kids Forms with their Bodies/Ballerina Pose
- 43 Measure of the Letters
- 44 Mailbox
- 45 BUILDESTROY junkyard paper cutouts (UN)
- 46 Construction
- 47 Yoga
- 48 Man at Computer
- 49 Stage Performance
- 50 Limerick Animals
- 51 Animals
- 52 Building Shapes
- 53 Paint on a Glass
- 54 Where do they fit?
- 55 Objects
- 56 Fireflies
- 57 Movement
- 58 The Picnic Patrol
- 59 Hidden Letters
- 60 Kids with Words
- 61 Kids Love with Words
- 62 Solid Letters
- 63 Alphabet Pictures
- 64 Man Paints on His Hand
- 65 See also
Segments with their own pages
Henson clay animated segments
Crossover (cast letter building)
In fast motion, some of the adult characters assemble fractured letters.
Letter Commercials (stories)
A series of fast motion films where some kids dance around and then form the letter of the day. Narration provided by Maria. This was similar to the Shape Dancers, except this involves letters and Big Bird did not provide assistance.
Letters on video
Letters in space
Letters go into space then fly through space and land on the Moon.
Consonant sound (mostly poems)
A series of films where construction workers hoist the letter of the day to the top of a building in fast motion. The letters in question are what become the neon sign for the Empire Hotel in New York City. Joe Raposo composed the score.
Fans of Letters
A series of films where fans unveil the letter of the day.
A series of films where the letter of the day is shown on a CGI planet and a rocket ship flies by. Maria does voiceover while saying the letter of the day.
A hand writes the letter of the day which appears in various typefaces. These segments first appeared during Season 22.
Pencil Box/School Supplies
A pencil box full of either art or school supplies flies onto the screen and opens itself. The supplies fly out of the pencil box and make the letter of the day. For the art supplies segments, the art supplies dance around the screen after making the letter of the day.
Jane Aaron segments
An assortment of live-action segments created by Jane Aaron, featuring ornate letters on outdoor locations, becoming animated usually through the use of "pixellation" effects. Some segments featured the letter (attached to a metal rod) either rotating or swinging across the screen.
A series of stop motion films produced by Jane Aaron, where a girl is watering her garden and the letter of the day comes out of the ground. The music for the segments was composed by Dave Conner, and feature vocals by Lillias White.
Girls sing and clap
A group of kids (voiceover) try to guess hand tricks based on the letter of the day.
Candles unmelt to form the letter in uppercase and lowercase.
A series of animation films where the letter of the day is formed by a school of fish in both uppercase and lowercase. A crab says the letter of the day.
A series of films where a piece of paper shows the letter of the day in uppercase, lowercase, and both upper and lower as it crumples.
A series of films where children fly around and then form the letter of the day.
Airplanes and clouds
Airplanes make the letter of the day from clouds. They fly around it shortly after.
Letter Words Dance with Kids
A church choir chants the letter of the day as it is shown in uppercase and lowercase. After the chanting, one of the choir members says the letter.
Underwater (Jaws spoof series)
A series of films where kids swimming at the pool discover an underwater letter of the day.
Letters on the Street
Children (in voiceover) find places in their neighborhood that starts with the letter of the day.
A girl plays a matching game on the computer to find the letter of the day.
A series of films where kids discover a wild letter of the day in the jungle as it swings a la Tarzan style.
A series where a letter was shown down at the beach through three parts: a person dancing in a letter costume, a girl writing the letter in sand, and lastly, the letter being shown on a flag. Mo Willems wrote and directed the segments.
A song about the letter of the day is played while flipdoor pictures are shown spinning around.
A series of films where a boy thinks up something that starts with the letter of the day, and then a girl thinks up something that starts with that letter. Then, they both say something together that begins with the letter of the day.
Kids Forms with their Bodies/Ballerina Pose
Measure of the Letters
A pair of scissors, a pencil, and rulers work together to make the letter of the day.
BUILDESTROY junkyard paper cutouts (UN)
Man at Computer
A girl performs things on a stage that have to do with the letter. This series appeared early as the the thirty-fifth season
Paint on a Glass
Where do they fit?
The viewer must determine which one of the four things begins with the letter of the day.
In a school gym, children form the letter of the day and then do an exercise related to the letter of the day.
The Picnic Patrol
A colony of ants march in line while finding a picnic food that starts with the letter of the day. In the end, they all make a shape of that letter. These segments were created by Michael J. Goldberg.
Kids with Words
Kids Love with Words
In a silent film-esque fashion, a mime acts out the letter of the day.