This year for Christmas, my grandchildren received Sesame Street books and stuffed characters from Sesame Street. (Kohl's is really good about selling books and stuffed toys for $5.00 to help kids become readers. The Sesame Street Books are on clearance right now!) So, all of these things combined prompted me to ask this week's Friday Fave question:
When the kids were little, we had a cassette of Sesame Street songs that taught the letters of the Alphabet! We loved that thing! Of course, it taught the letter "C" with Cookie Monster singing "C is for Cookie, that's good enough for me!" We have found the songs on YouTube, and I was looking for it on Amazon. I think I have found it on CD! I hope that this is it! I have used these songs when I was teaching. Kids love them and some of our favorites are the letters "L", "W", and "Y". I think I may have to order this for my grandchildren! It is a classic.
When my kids were very young, my friend sent me an entire set of Sesame Street Treasury that had short stories, activities and songs in them. They even taught American Sign Language with Linda! They were so great for teaching pre-schoolers and I used to use all of my best imitations of all the characters that I could as I read them. Guess what! I found them on Amazon! They are collectible and if you want them, hurry because there are only a few left!