Hai nhân vật hoạt hình mà bé Nah thích nhất là Mickey và Elmo. Bất kỳ đồ vật nào có hình 2 chú này là Nah đều rất thích. Quần áo mà có hình Mickey thì cứ đòi mặc hoài, không chịu cởi ra. Đồ chơi Elmo thì Nah có thể ngồi chơi rất chăm chú mà không hề chán. Riêng mấy cuốn film hoạt hình của Elmo thì có thể ngồi coi say mê.
Dưới đây là 12 DVD trong bộ Sesame Street tôi đã sưu tầm được, trong đó nhân vật chính là Elmo mà bé Nah nhà ta rất thích. Cám ơn tác giả by_gicus đã cho link rapid.
1. Elmo’s World
2. Sesame Street: 1,2,3 Count With Me
Join Ernie at The Furry Arms Hotel for a musical lesson in just how useful counting can be. When Ernie finds and returns a misplaced key, he uses his knowledge of numbers to return the key to the correct guest. As Ernie begins to learn about the hotel business, he finds many common situations in which counting is essential. Throughout the 30-minute video, Ernie and his friends help children learn to count from 1 to 20 with such songs as the jazzy “That’s How the Numbers Go,” an original version of the Chorus Line show tune “One,” and “Rap Song #11.” Favorite Sesame Street characters Elmo and The Count are joined by new characters including Ding the Dinger, a furry fellow with a bell on his head, and Benny, the bellboy that responds to Ding the Dinger’s dings. Children as young as 18 months will bounce happily along with the catchy tunes and 2-year-olds will be inspired to count aloud with Ernie. Kids up to age 5 will hone their counting skills and laugh at the increasingly frustrated Benny as he delivers everything from 1 bucket of ice to 15 stampeding elephants! If you’re looking for a fun video that teaches counting skills, here it is. –Tami Horiuchi
Count on Ernie to make learning the numbers a musical treat! Today, he’s stopping by The Furry Arms to show everyone just how easy and useful learning to coun…t can be. Adding to the fun, Elmo and, of course, The Count help out with musical numbers of their own. Soon everyone agrees: whether it’s 3 frisky puppies, 6 hungry penguins, or 15 stampeding elephants, counting is as easy as 1 2 3!.
3. Sesame Street – The Best of Elmo -English
The Sesame Street character has fun singing some catchy new songs (you and your toddler just might, too), explaining the difference between light and heavy, having a laugh over pictures and numbers, and sharing the screen with a good-natured Whoopi Goldberg and Julia Roberts. Of the various Elmo videos, this one really does have the choicest material and stands up to repeat viewings–a big plus with little ones. –Tom Keogh
4. Sesame Street – Elmocize
Come along to “Elmo’s Exercise Camp”, a fun-filled place where kids and Sesame Street muppets bend, stretch and hop their way to feeling good. There’s plenty of fun including a “Workout In A Chair”. Even host Monty becomes a big fan of exercising when he realises how great it feels to be fit and strong and what fun it can be getting there… so will you!
When Monty stops by Elmo’s Exercise Camp to do a report, he ends up joining Elmo, Rosita, and Tarah in the fitness fun. Kids will bend, twist, hop, and jump into shape as they learn body parts through songs such as “Elbows and Knees,” “Elmocise,” and “Do the Benny Hop.” This video is perfect for youngsters. It is short and emphasizes movement and health over structured exercises. It also provides an excellent role model for children of all ability levels, as Tarah is in a wheelchair. Preschoolers who like to shake and move should also try Dance with the Teletubbies. ~ Heather M. Fierst, All Movie Guide
1. Welcome to Elmo’s Exercise Camp [1:48]
2. Everybody Elmocize! [2:57]
3. Exercise With a Caterpillar [1:06]
4. Camp Elmo Graduates [2:04]
5. Dance to the Rhythm, Dance to the Beat [1:52]
6. Workout in a Chair [2:58]
7. Parts of the Body [:49]
8. Elbows and Knees Song [2:01]
9. Get Up and Bend With Elmo! [2:20]
10. “Do the Bunny Hop” [2:50]
11. Jump, Leap and Skip! [3:03]
12. Do the Twist With Cyndi Lauper [2:26]
13. Everybody Elmocize Again! [2:45]
5. Sesame street : A Musical Celebration
Everyone’s invited as Sesame Street celebrates with music! The whole family will want to sing along with this special hour-long collection of favourite Sesame Street songs, featuring “C is for Cookie”, “Bein’ Green”, “Monster in the Mirror” and many, many more!
Ernie sings a medley of Duckie songs, including “DO De Rubber Duck”, “Put Down the Duckie”, “The Honker Duckie Dinger Jamboree”, and of course, “Rubber Duckie”. And Big Bird leads the whole cast in a rousing finale of “Sing”. You’re sure to treasure this very special edition of Sesame Street for years to come.
6. Elmo’s World – Dancing Music Books (2000)
Join Elmo in three brand-new segments as he explores the world through music, books, and dancing. Meet Elmo’s pet goldfish Dorothy and his new friend, Mister Noodle. Like watching a crayon drawing come to life, fun for children and grownups alike.
7. Elmo’s World – Singing, Drawing & More
Join Sesame Street’s curious red monster, as he explores singing, drawing and telephones! Elmo’s World offers kids and adults a fresh and light-hearted take on the wor ld around them. Each episode comes to life in Elmo’s bright, exciting and very original ro om — the drawer, door, shade and TV all join in the fun. And he’s even visited by a Muppe t opera diva and a talking Muppet phone! Also featuring Elmo’s per goldfish, Dorothy, the zany Mr. Noodle and classic songs that will delight viewers of all ages.
8. Elmo’s World – Springtime Fun
Spring is here, and Elmo is celebrating with three B’s: Birds, Bugs and Bicycles! With a dancing shade, a mischievous drawer, a frisky television and a playful computer, Elmo’s World is the perfect place for preschoolers to learn all about the world around them. And Elmo has lots of friends, both new and old, to answer questions like “where do birds live,” “how do bugs get from place to place,” and how many wheels does a tricycle have?” In Elmo’s World, birds, bugs and bicycles talk, and learning is always fun!
9. Sesame Street Presents – Follow that Bird (1985)
Follow That Bird is as much a journey through time as it is a romp past the Sesame Street stop sign. Curiously, the cast members–live ones like Gordon and Maria, not just the Muppets–have the timeless look to them. Only the cameos (by Sandra Bernhard, John Candy, and others) plus a few ill-conceived hairdos clue us in that this feature film was made in 1985. Otherwise, it’s all sophisticated Sesame humor and bighearted fun here as Oscar, the Count, and crew set off to rescue Big Bird, who’s on the lam from a family of adoptive dodos. Only one conceivable complaint: The latter crop of Street viewers may miss Elmo, who hadn’t been created when Bird first flew into theaters.
10. Sesame Street – Elmo Visits the Firehouse
After a fire on Sesame Street gives Elmo a scare, he and Maria visit a real New York City firehouse. Finding out about all the protective clothes firefighters wear and practicing how to “Get Low and Go” helps Elmo feel safe again. And he even gets to slide down a real fire pole! Then a special Elmo’s World all about Firefighters helps kids understand much more about what to do if there is a fire.
11. Elmo’s World – Birthdays, Games & More
While it’s true that Elmo’s World is one that most 2- to 5-year-olds wouldn’t mind waking up to any day of the week, Birthdays, Games & More makes plain that, as far as preschool meccas go, this is as good as it gets. Here, the furry little red guy gets the festivities under way watching real, live kid friends festoon pretty packages with colorful bows (his way of answering the endlessly curious Dorothy’s question about how to wrap a present) before tuning into the Birthday Channel for a whirlwind trip to Mexico, where ebullient kids whack away at a piñata, and Israel, where a dizzy gang dips to the ground, doing its best to put on hats sans hands. After a chat with a talking birthday cake, it’s game time. A chubby baby gets his toes tweaked in a round of “This Little Piggy”; Ernie and his ducky stop by via e-mail to demonstrate hide-and-go-squeak; and a couple of kids crack Elmo up with their search for Thumbkin, first in English, then in Spanish. The games give way, in a third segment, to a pack of pets. Mr. Noodle the lovable numbskull tries to play fetch with a fish; Elmo’s tricky drawer trots out a parade of lettuce, a tiger, and a Telly monster, hoping for some help with the question “What can be a pet and what can’t?”; and friend Alisa shows off Fluffy, her cat, and dog Spike. Taken together, Birthdays, Games & More is 60 minutes of playful, furry fun destined to be dusted off for repeat watchings by all wannabe Elmo’s World inhabitants. –Tammy La Gorce
12. Sesame Street – Kids’ Favorite Songs
Kids’ Favorite Songs kicks off with a cackle-worthy parody of Bob Dylan doing “Old McDonald,” and from there the groovy gags keep comin’ ’round the mountain. Everywhere Elmo turns on Sesame Street monsters spontaneously burst into song, and all because they want him to feature their favorite tunes on his forthcoming radio countdown. For Telly, winnowing the hits to one is akin to Cookie Monster choosing between a macaroon and a figgie bar: at first he’s sure that “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” lights his fire, but then he says bye-bye to a black sheep. The street heaves a collective sigh pavementward when word comes down that the countdown is strictly a numbers gig, no music involved. Only Sesame Street could weave well-loved musical numbers around a simple numbers lesson with such wacky pizzazz, making this a countdown that’s no letdown for high-spirited parent-preschooler combos. –Tammy La Gorce
From the Back Cover
Elmo’s getting ready for his Top Ten Countdown on the radio, and everyone on Sesame Street wants him to play their favorite songs? But with so many great songs to choose from, how will Elmo Pick which ones to play? Maybe you can help him decide. Which of these favorites is your favorite song?
I’ve Been Working On The Railroad
This Old Bat (This Old Man)
The Alphabet Song
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt
Baa Baa Black Sheep
She’ll Be Comin’ Round The Mountain
This Little Pig Went To Market