Big Bird and Telly Monster lead young viewers through the alphabet, letter by letter, in a magical and imaginative half-hour discovery of letters and their sounds. The perfect tape for young Sesame Street fans who are just beginning to get the hang of what letters are all about, it includes short skits, songs, and other bits of business--some original, some culled from the Sesame Street show--featuring a variety of Muppet characters as well as the human residents of that famously educational thoroughfare. --Marshall Fine
Very good video. Interactive for the kids.
Entertaining and fun.
Could be longer though; which is why it gets 4 stars.
My 23 month old daughter loves this! She sings and dances along with it and is starting to say her ABC's.Published 14 days ago by Jacqueline
This DVD is lots of fun and a great learning adventure for the little ones. It came quickly and in great shapePublished 13 months ago by Valerie T
Sesame Street learning about Letters, Has helped my 22 month old twin boys, and my daughter who is 3 1/2 to learn the alphabet, and have fun at the same time. Read morePublished on Jan. 14 2004 by Del V.
The quality of the tape itself could be better. Also, it is a bit tiring for a toddler to sit through this video with the whole alphabet being introduced at once.Published on Sept. 16 2003 by Irene Cheng
Sesame Street is an American icon. How long has Sesame Street been around? They still have the same characters that they had 20 years ago! Read morePublished on May 1 2003 by Chris Cosgrove