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What Sesame Street Has Taught You...

Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Barry Lee, Nov 26, 2005.

  1. Barry Lee Active Member

    Hey Ya'll!

    For my new website I am writing a article on what sesame street has taught us, what has sesame street taught you (besides the ABC's and 123's and reading) and has that helped you in anyway? Also, why are you a sesame street and what made you a sesame street fan? thanks!
  2. Xerus Active Member

    One time, I did a post about all the topics SS taught us over the years. Here's the list again.

    A, adventure, art, above and below, air, alive and not alive, alphabet, animals.
    B, beginning middle and end, between, big and little, bus stop.
    C, city and country, clues, cleaning, cooperation, computers.
    D, danger, dark and light, different and same, dry and wet, describing things.
    E, electricity, empty and full, enter and exit, exercise.
    F, family, feelings, first and last, front and back, forwards and backwards, following arrows, fast and slow.
    G, games, gardening, getting dressed, getting sick, geography.
    H, hope, help, hot and cold, houses, here and there.
    I, immagination, important, in and out, inventions.
    J, jobs, joining people, junk and recycling junk
    K kiss (or beso in Spanish)
    L, light and heavy, listening, long and short, love.
    M, math, me and you, more and less, music, measuring, mistakes, manufacturing things, maps.
    N, near and far, next to and away from, none some and all, nutrition.
    O, one way, on in and under, open and closed, opposites.
    P, parts of the body, patterns, planning, problem solving, pollution.
    Q, question asking, quiet and loud.
    R, reading, resting, remembering, rhyming.
    S, school, seasons, sharing, street crossing, stop and go, surprise, spanish, shapes.
    T, taking turns, telephones, teeth, top and bottom, tall and short.
    U, up and down, under over around and through, underlining and drawing circles and drawing lines and crossing things out.
    V, vehicles, voting.
    W, walk, water, weather, wet paint, what happens next?
    X
    Y, yes and no
    Z,

    And numbers 0 thru 20, then going up to 40, and then 100 either by counting by fives or tens.
  3. Ilikemuppets New Member

    For me, Sesame has taught me to belive in myself despite what others may think, to be myself, and kindness.
  4. MrsPepper Active Member

    Sesame Street taught me (in song titles) that:
    ...Cooperation makes it happen!
    ...there's Just one Me
    ...tu me gustas means I Like You

    It also gave me a great sense of humour and a love for furry monsters. Even scary monsters are friendly and have feelings too!! It taught me peaceful ways of problems solving and how to deal with people. And also how to deal with yourself: That being the true you is so important!
  5. mikebennidict New Member

    pretty neat. it's hard for me to say or tell what SS or others have taught me I can't remember if I learned the alphabet or numbers through SS or books. probably both and funny thing I don't remember not knowing them. my earliest memory is at age 2 and always remembered watching SS along with the other PBS shows of the day.

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