Sesame Street Day
Do you have a Sesame Street loving kiddo? Then enjoy these 10 Fun Crafts for Sesame Street Day!
Truth be told, I haven’t watched Sesame Street in quite some time. While there are some new characters on this educational show for kids, most have stayed the same. When I think of Sesame Street, Elmo, the furry red monster, first comes to mind. Other much loved characters are Grover, Bert & Ernie, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, and perhaps not loved, but definitely memorable… Oscar the Grouch.
Some are for fun, while others sneak in a learning concept. But I encourage you to be intentional in setting aside some time to celebrate Sesame Street Day– your kiddo will love it!
Sesame Street Crafts
Paper Roll Elmo & Cookie Monster from Crafty Morning | This fun craft using paper towel tubes to create two popular characters from the show.
E is for Elmo Craft from School Time Snippets | Teach your child the letter E with Elmo. He/she will love this simple letter craft!
DIY No Sew Elmo Tee from Moms & Crafters | Your Elmo fan will LOVE sporting this cool t-shirt. Yay! for it being no-sew!
Elmo & Cookie Monster Salt Dough Ornaments from Raising Little Superheroes | Craft up some Christmas ornaments using salt dough!
Monster at the End of This Book Craft from OT Toolbox | Craft up this adorable Grover craft after reading the book, Monster at the End of This Book. It’s such a fun and interactive book for little ones!
Sesame Street Puppet Craft from Frogs, Snails, and Puppy Dog Tails | Super simple puppet crafts for Elmo and Oscar the Grouch, but you could easily make more for other Sesame Street characters. Instead of googly eyes, if you cut out an eye hole– they become masks!
Sesame Street Softies from GlueSticks Blog | Once mom (or grandma or someone with sewing skills) puts these bean bags together, the possibilities to learn are endless!
Ernie and Bert Paper Plate from Crafty Morning | Team Ernie or Team Bert?! Make both of these silly characters using paper plates!
Sesame Street Characters from The Resourceful Mama | Another simple paper plate Sesame Street craft kids will love!
Sesame Street Scissor Skills Craft from The Inspired Treehouse | Use the loveable characters of sesame street to practice cutting skills!
Celebrate Sesame Street Day on November 10th
Sesame Street Books
Sesame Street Games
- Oscar’s Trash Toss from Annie’s Eats looks like a great way to get kiddos moving. Sneak in some learning by writing letters or numbers on pieces of trash!
- Feed the Cookie Monster Game from Happy Home Fairy is a fun way to practice colors!
- Pin the Nose on the Elmo Game from Night Owl Corner (as seen on ChickaBug) is the cutest party game for little ones!
Sesame Street Treats