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A Tribute to the Letter T brought to you by Sesame Street

Sesame Street still brings back great memories!  I thought I’d share some of mine with you here.  This is my Tribute to the Letter T, brought to you by Sesame Street.

Tribute to the Letter T Sesame Street

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A Tribute to The Letter T Brought to you by Sesame Street

Sesame Street first aired on PBS in November 1969 and has been on the air ever since. The goal of its creators was to provide education, preparing toddlers for school.  It was also entertaining for children and soon became extremely popular.  Sesame Street earned many Emmy awards and a place for Big Bird on the cover of Time Magazine.

Sesame Street was popular with my family.  My little sisters watched (I was a preteen by that time, so…), my 80’s kids watched, and now even my Grandkids love Elmo and Cookie Monster.  A favorite book at our house is still this Sesame Street book.

Share some of these Sesame Street clips with your Grandchild.  These will still bring a smile, even after all this time.

While I was thinking about this post for the letter “T”, I started singing the song.  But it was Letter B, not Letter T.  Do you remember that one?  Let her be, let her be…  Well, you can listen to it below, along with my own favorite Sesame Street song.

But first.

A Sesame Street Tribute to the Letter T.

 

T is for Turtle

 

A Tribute to the Letter T: Brought to you by Sesame Street Click to Tweet

 

Tommy from Tennessee

 

Vintage Count von Count Messenger Bag

Vintage Count von Count Messenger Bag

by SesameStreet

It Tastes like the Letter “T”

So there you have it – A Sesame Street Tribute to “T”.

Download your Coloring Page of “T” Words


And as I promised you above:

This song was running through my head and was the inspiration for this tribute post to the letter T.

Letter B.   By the Beetles.

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Hard Working Dog

We had a cocker spaniel when my boys were growing up.

We always called him a hard working dog.

This was his theme song.  Just for you, D & D, just because.

Be careful.  This song will stick in your head…

Connect with your Grandkids through giggles, silliness and fun times.

Share the fun, a little learning, and a glimpse into the past.

Brought to you by Sesame Street and the Letter “T”.

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Grammy Dee | Grammy's Grid

Thursday 3rd of May 2018

My kids loved Sesame Street and Mr Rogers when they were little :) Shared x 4 ♥

Laura

Tuesday 24th of April 2018

How fun! Sesame Street was such a big part of our lives. I still can’t count out loud without saying ‘ah Ah Ah’ at the end!! Lol!!

Kimberly

Tuesday 24th of April 2018

That's awesome! SS had a way of pulling you in... those lines still in our heads 40 years later!

Marcy

Monday 23rd of April 2018

Our family loves "The Monster at the End of This Book" and it was one of the first books that we gifted to our grandson! We did watch a lot of Sesame Street over the years, but gave away our TV and went without for a decade, so our last two daughters kind of missed out on this icon. Our daughter-in-law and son set pretty strict limits on TV time for our grandkids, but I'm sure they've seen their share already.

Kimberly

Tuesday 24th of April 2018

The Elbow Resting Places book is also a good one!

Joan Stommen

Monday 23rd of April 2018

Love this post! My grandkids are beyond SS now, but these clips and songs sure bring back memories for me! My kids watched, and then their children. I’ve admired how they grow with the changing society over the decades. I also admire your commitment to this writing challenge! Well done ?

Kimberly

Tuesday 24th of April 2018

Thanks, Joan. This has been a tough challenge. And now - I can't get Letter B, Letter B out of my head!

Leanne

Monday 23rd of April 2018

My kids loved Sesame Street - I think it was the first show that catered to short attention spans - lots of bright colours, singing, talking, scene changes, fun characters - what's not to like? Our granddaughter is just getting into being allowed to watch TV (she turns 2 this week and her parents are pretty strict with screen time) I imagine Sesame Street will feature on her favourite list soon too.

Leanne | www.crestingthehill.com.au T for Take Control

Kimberly

Monday 23rd of April 2018

If they are going to have TV time, Sesame Street is a good choice. Kids seem to still love it and can learn even if they don't intend to do so.

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