Learn numbers, counting & colors with this Sesame Street play set
'Stuck on Stories' from Sesame Street toys. It's a 3-in-1 COOL suction cup toy, activity book for kids & Sesame Street play set.
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We've got all your favorite Sesame Street characters & activities. Cookie Monster visits & he helps us count Playdough cookies. ‘Me Want Cookie!’
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HuggleBerry Toys Surprise presents Sesame Street review of Stuck on Stories—activity book for kids. Here's what you get in this video:
▹ The Sesame Street Gang—10 Sesame Street characters
▹ COOKIE MONSTER Visits (we make Playdough cookies)
▹ Sesame Street Stuck on Stories (big activity book)
▹ Learn: Numbers, Counting & Colors + shapes & matching
⌚︎ Skip Times for Numbers, Counting and Colors:
▶︎ Colors: 4:56
▶︎ Matching: 7:00
▶︎ Shapes: 9:17
▶︎ Numbers: 11:09
▶︎ Playdough cookies with Cookie Monster: 12:53
▶︎ Counting: 15:34
The Sesame Street Gang:
✭ Sesame Street Elmo & Cookie Monster. ELMO for kids! Elmo's a 3 1/2 year old red furry monster who loves to laugh. Our COOKIE MONSTER toys a blue furry monster who loves food.
★ Our BIG BIRD toy is a suction cup toy, but unlike the real Big Bird who stands 8 feet tall our big bird toy is only a few inches high. Big Bird has a lot of yellow feathers & he lives in a large nest.
★ We've got an ERNIE & BERT as well. Ernie & Bert are roommates. Ernie comes up with crazy ideas & Bert tries to talk him out of them.
★ OSCAR the GROUCH is a green furry monster who lives in a garbage can. He collects a lot of stuff & has a pet worm Slimey.
★ GROVER's a caring, but curious blue monster. He's also called ‘Super Grover’. Sesame Street has a super hero!
★ Sesame Street's Count--COUNT VON COUNT loves counting everything & anything. He lives in a castle with his bats & cat Fatatita.
★ Sesame Street ABBY CADABBY is a 3 year old fairy in training. She pop's in & out of thin air & floats when she’s happy.
★ ZOE Sesame Street—She's a 3 1/2 year old yellow-orange monster who loves ballet. She rides around Sesame Street in her Zoemobile.
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☞ To watch MORE Sesame Street, Stuck on Stories & other toy surprises click on the video links below:
Play-Doh Sesame Street ALPHABET Cookie Monster Surprise Eggs ABC Song https://youtu.be/ycys3pYXxLk
Play Doh Sesame Street COOKIE MONSTER Surprises Kinder SURPRISE Learn Colors https://youtu.be/SFURDG9ZDCk
ELMO: Sesame Street - Plush - Sesame Street Characters - ELMO TOYS ► https://youtu.be/cmzGV39qH7A
Play-Doh Eggs - Play Doh Toys - Old MacDonald Had a Farm SONG (1 of 3) ► https://youtu.be/270vtoQq3Wc
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