Sesame Street Magazine is a publication of general interest to children and fans of Sesame Street and/or Sesame Workshop productions and initiatives. It is released monthly, except for a single issue for December/January. The magazine features the characters of Sesame Street exploring a variety of topics generally similar to ones covered on the program, such as the alphabet, sharing with friends, how to stay healthy, and more. More recent issues of the magazine have also had one or two pages of content devoted to characters and scenes from the animated show Dragon Tales and some issues in 2004 also contained Global Thingy content. Elmo's World and Play With Me Sesame are also included as sections in later issues. Regular features include Big Bird's Fridge, pullout / mini posters and monthly calendar.

As of approximately 2002, Sesame Street Magazine became a supplement to Parenting magazine, available only to subscribers. These copies read on the front fover "From the publishers of Parenting."


Note --- crew reflects staff working on the magazine from at least December 2002 - November 2005, except where noted:

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  • Note: From 1978-1980, the Magazine staff mislabeled some of the issue numbers. The issue numbers on this page are from the indicia of each issue, with an asterisk next to the incorrect numbers. The mistake was caught and fixed in the middle of 1980. There was a similar problem in 1982-1984, which may not have been fully corrected.

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