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"Sesame Street Presents: The Body"

Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Fozzie Bear, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. Fozzie Bear

    Fozzie Bear Well-Known Member

    (This is from the Sat, 1/1/05 The Commercial Appeal here in town:) (Includes a photo of Elmo, a nurse, and a doctor Muppets).

    "Sesame Street Presents: The Body" is the first in a series of museum learning experiences created by Sesame Workshop, a nonprofit educational organization. It will open at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix in May for a seven-month run, and then travel to other cities across the country through 2010.

    'Sesame Street' creates new learning experiences.

    "Sesame Street" characters have gone around the globe and into space, and soon they'll be exploring the human body.

    Sesame Workshop, a nonprofit educational organization, is creating a series of museum learning experiences and "Sesame Street Presents: The Body" is first up. It will premiere at the Arizona Science Center in Pho9enix in May and run through November. It will the travel around the country through 2010, said Chevy Humphrey, executive vice president of the center.

    The exhibit will emphasize scientific investigation and developmental- and curriculum-based learning goals for children ages 2 to 8.
  2. Barry Lee

    Barry Lee Active Member

    thx for sharing kev interesting
  3. KGJC

    KGJC Active Member

    Yeah, Its pretty nice! ;)
  4. AndyWan Kenobi

    AndyWan Kenobi Well-Known Member

    Hey, that's really cool! I wish I were still 4 years old, because my parents would totally take me, and it would make my day!

  5. KGJC

    KGJC Active Member


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