She won’t be asking to sit on your lap forever. And you can keep your kid close longer if there’s a computer in front of you – with Sesame Street splashed on the screen.
According to the Smart Television Alliance, one of its favorite parenting sites – Babble.com – has compiled fifty great clips from Sesame Street.
Babble’s Gwynne Watkins says, “It’s one of the longest-running shows in television history, and one of the best-loved — so perhaps it’s not surprising that there are more than 20,000 Sesame Street videos on YouTube alone. Babble combed through countless fan sites and video pages — not to mention our collective memories — to bring you the 50 most memorable moments in Sesame Street history.”
STA is a new coalition of national nonprofit organizations united by a shared commitment to improving what our children see on television. Its mission is to increase awareness of available quality children’s programming and show parents and caregivers how they can make smart choices and easily manage television viewing in their homes.