Tag Archives: Sesame Street

Red and Blue Make Green

If you have a child who doesn’t see well, how do you teach him/her that colors, when combined, make new colors?  The pictures in books like Mouse Paint aren’t clear enough to illustrate this concept, and it’s probably hard to … Continue reading

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Fun with Colors

I love to color; I have as long as I can remember.  Even before we had Peanut, I still liked crayons and coloring books, and one of the things I looked forward to most as a new mom was getting … Continue reading

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Hey! I’m famous!

One of my favorite blogs is Sesame Family Robinson–I check it almost every day, even though they don’t update it too terribly often (more’s the pity).  Back in December, Annie Evans posted about how her twin girls adore Elmo, which … Continue reading

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The Postman Always Rings Twice

The postman really does ring twice!  I was a bit slow getting to the door, so the newly-fixed doorbell ringed a second time as I hurtled across the floor to answer its summons (too late, I’m sad to say, to … Continue reading

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Braillers and Braillewriting

Peanut is a huge Sesame Street fan.  HUGE.  Given that I am an inveterate muppet-lover, this is not a problem for me (even though I did, once upon a time, look upon Elmo as “the furry red interloper” who had taken … Continue reading

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