Inside this issue: * Inside Cover Trivia: Telly Monster was originally knowned as the "television monster", who liked nothing better than to watch the screen all the time. * Big Bird Says: There are two pictures of Oscar, Slimey, Zoe, and Cookie at the playground, Big Bird wants you to point out the difference. In the first picture, Oscar and Slimey are kite flying, Zoe is swinging, and Cookie is holding an apple. In the second picture, Oscar and Slimey are having ice cream, Zoe is on the monkey bars, and Cookie is holding...well...a cookie. * Meet the Shapes: The Muppets introduce different shapes as, circles, stars, ovals, rectangles, square, and heart. Then identify the shape of various objects such as an egg, building block, book, starfish, window, starfruit, heartbox, tire, door, and clock. * Letter of the Day: T, Telly says "You can never have too many triangles. They're terrific." In the picture, Telly watches the triangle channel, while his room reveals other T-words, teeth, tulips, television, tyrannosaurus, tiny tea sandwiches, tray, table, traffic sign, tower, tree, and taxi. * Number of the Day: 8 (my fave!), You had to find 8 triangles, 8 ovals, 8 green shapes. * Elmo's World: Circle Time, Elmo has Circle Time at school, while Mr. Noodle has square and rectangle time. * Pull Out Poster: The Sesame Street Squares, a parody of Hollywood Square, only, this is a tic-tac toe poster. * Global Grover: Grover travels to London, England, and rides on a double-decker bus. * Play with Me Sesame: Ernie and Bert recite poems with "shapes". * Sesame Safari: All about girafes. * Dragon Tales: Big Whistling Wind has blown letters of the pages, and all over Dragonland, making you find them all.