Sesame Street Day

Sesame Street day was first established in 2009 to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of its original broadcast. While initiated in New York, it should come as no great surprise that this occasion is now recognized by tens of thousands of individuals from around the world. In fact, the number of followers continues to grow each year.

So today at the Library we are celebrating Learning and Sesame Street :

For young readers :

Today is going to be a SUPER day! Elmo is heading to school, and he wants to be a school superhero! Young children will join Elmo as he gets ready like a hero and learns about wearing masks and washing hands. With the help of Elmo and his mommy, this all new story from world-renowned education brand Sesame Workshop will help children calm school anxiety and understand new and different routines they may experience, such as

Superheroes wear masks! Come along in this Elmo book as he gets ready to go off to school and be a mask hero!

Craft Time at the Library :

Supplies :
-Construction paper (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, brown, and black)

First, cut out a few different circles or ovals from construction paper depending on which characters you. Then everyone grabs there favorite character and start snipping. You can do this free hand or draw lines for the Fur of the characters. Then decorate with face features. If you have younger kids you might want to pre cite the eyes ,noise and moths first and then let kids just glue on the features.

Easy Christmas tree ornaments :

Supplies :

Clear plastic Christmas Ornaments

Blue and Blue crinkle basket filler

Construction paper : make face

Take metal tip off carefully. Fill with paper basket filler. Replace top and decorate with eye, noise and mouth.

Today’s Read along book :

Come and play everything’s a-okay
Friendly neighbors yes that’s where we meet
Can you tell me how to get how to get to sesame street

How does one get to Sesame Street?So how do you get to Sesame StreetTake the 1 uptown to 66th/Lincoln Center, then walk three blocks down to 63rd and take a left on Broadway. If you hit Central Park, you’ve gone too far. This article was brought to you by the letter S and the numbers 5 and 0.

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