Pat-a-Cake or Pat-a-Cooooooooooookie?
If Sesame Street went Mad Men… 
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If Sesame Street went Mad Men… 

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Screen test for the first Sesame Street animation, 1969 (via History In Pictures)

Screen test for the first Sesame Street animation, 1969 (via History In Pictures)

Introducing The Hungry Games: Catching Fur.

May the cookies be ever in your flavor.

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I think PBS (or better yet, PeepBS) 39 wins Halloween today!

Small child + big bird = 
photo via MSN

Small child + big bird = 

photo via MSN

PBS KIDS Food Fest! Make dishes that celebrate your favorite PBS KIDS shows:

Daniel Tiger Cake: http://youtu.be/xLr-i1xGEBU

Green Eggs and Ham (Sam I Am!): http://youtu.be/47sCJCBuK5g

Cookie Monster Cupcakes: http://youtu.be/8PYE7hvYVaY

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How to Decorate Cookie Monster Cupcakes
Thank you, Sesame Street, for this touching video. RIP James.
“James Gandolfini talks to Zoe about how to calm down when you feel scared.”
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Happy TBT! This portrait of old school Big Bird is drawn on the door of our “Sesame Street Conference Room” here at PBS HQ. 
Does he look better now? Or do you prefer this version?

pbsdigitalstudios:

Happy TBT! This portrait of old school Big Bird is drawn on the door of our “Sesame Street Conference Room” here at PBS HQ. 

Does he look better now? Or do you prefer this version?

Ummm, happy TBT? This wildy throwback to Sesame Street comes from  Ren Netherland.

Ummm, happy TBT? This wildy throwback to Sesame Street comes from  Ren Netherland.

It’s Monday, this seemed appropriate:
Sesame Street: Y is for Yawn.

It’s Monday, this seemed appropriate:

Sesame Street: Y is for Yawn.

Sesame Street Tackles Incarceration. 

Highlights from Sesame Street’s new initiative: Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration. Alex talks with Abby Cadabby, Rosita, and Sofia about his dad’s incarceration, real families with young children share their own experiences with parental incarceration, and an animation shows a family’s trip to visit a parent in prison.


Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration, a bilingual (English/Spanish) multimedia initiative, provides much-needed resources to support and comfort young children throughout their parents’ incarceration. Learn more athttp://www.sesamestreet.org/incarcera…

THROWBACK THURSDAY! 
Today’s submission comes from Kris Irvin: “My best friend and I dressed up as the aliens from Sesame Street back in 2006 for Halloween.  She sewed the costumes herself.  They were epic.  The only problem was, the fur from the fabric got EVERYWHERE (including in our eyes!)  still, they were definitely the best Halloween costumes ever.”
Submit your TBTs to parentsubmission@pbs.org for your chance to be featured!

THROWBACK THURSDAY! 

Today’s submission comes from Kris Irvin: “My best friend and I dressed up as the aliens from Sesame Street back in 2006 for Halloween.  She sewed the costumes herself.  They were epic.  The only problem was, the fur from the fabric got EVERYWHERE (including in our eyes!)  still, they were definitely the best Halloween costumes ever.”

Submit your TBTs to parentsubmission@pbs.org for your chance to be featured!