Bert and Ernie chase down the clumsy Butterfinger before he breaks everything he touches; different kinds of hats.
Magicians Ernesto and Bertini's rabbit steals their magic wand and disappears; different kinds of balls for different kinds of games.
All about people's noses; Grover visits a farm in Poland and learns how to make scarecrows.
Bert and Ernie go on a trek to the ruins of Quacku Pichu; a tribe of people who love paperclips.
Helping other people feel better or achieve their goals; Grover learns how a girl and her family in Iceland help baby puffins find their way back to the sea.
Bert and Ernie are rodeo clowns at a Western State Fair; Ernie stands-in for a missing bull rider; all about beaches.
The 17 different types of penguins; Grover learns how to use fruits; using vegetables and flowers to make paintings in a Bangladesh art class.
Mr. Noodle and Ms. Noodle learn about taking turns.
Elmo meets a hare and a tortoise and learns about fast and slow; Mr. Noodle demonstrates fast dancing; the gang watches the races.
Elmo, Mr. Noodle and Dorothy learn about doctors, while Big Bird goes to the `ducktor.'
Bert and Ernie go in search of the duck cave where the wise old duck resides.
Bert and Ernie are mechanics who need to fix a customer's car, but can't figure out the problem.
Bert and Ernie build a pet dinosaur.
Bert and Ernie's detective agency is visited by Veronica Lambshanks,whose duck friend talks, but never quacks.
Styles of hair; types of transportation.
Bert and Ernie open a bakery; plants without leaves.
Food from farms; Grover learns about vegetables.
Bert and Ernie save people from fake noses; different exercises.
Different ways to draw; Grover tie-dyes shirts.
Bert and Ernie move a piano; dogs with jobs.
Discover bananas; Grover makes a kite.
Bert and Ernie are in Antarctica; learn about babies.
The many uses of shoes; Grover learns to become an acrobat.
Bert and Ernie climb the Alps; different types of transportation.
Musical instruments and their unique sounds; Grover learns about underground houses.
Porridge is stolen from Super Pigeon and Rubber Ducky Man; Elmo learns about jackets.
Discover new hats; Grover makes fun objects out of coconut leaves.
Bert and Ernie travel to space; learn about different types of dances.
Elmo plays different games; Grover makes baskets from banana leaves.
Ernie tries to find the Eight-Legged-Wonder; Elmo tries food from different countries.
Bert & Ernie in Antarctica.
Elmo learns about building things.
Elmo learns about skin and finds out what it looks like through a magnifying glass.
Elmo learns that there are different kinds of schools.
Elmo learns about jumping and counts some jumping beans.
Elmo learns about different kinds of cameras and how to take a picture.
Elmo and his friends find out about cats.
Mr. Noodle has trouble trying to ride a seesaw; Elmo counts how many times a hippo can go up and down on a pogo stick.
Elmo learns about all the fun things feet can do.
Elmo and friends learn about dinosaurs; Mr. Noodle acts like a dinosaur.
Elmo learns about how different kinds of bells are used for different purposes.
Elmo learns all about baths, including how different animals get clean.
Elmo learns about how water is used and how to swim.
Elmo finds out about opening and closing, including how tulips open and close with the rising and setting of the sun; Mr. Noodle has trouble trying to open a backpack.
Elmo learns all about firefighters, what they wear to keep safe and the other duties they perform as well as putting out fires.
Elmo learns about the difference between wild and tame animals, including the eating habits of koalas.
Elmo learns about how letters and packages are delivered; Mr. Noodle tries to post a letter into a basketball hoop.
Elmo finds out about all the fun things that can be done with computers; Mr. Noodle gets confused about how to use a mouse.
Elmo learns all about different kinds of families and what they like to do together; Mr. Noodle and his brother do the Noodle Family Dance.
Elmo finds out how birthdays are celebrated in different cultures, how to wrap a birthday present, and how to make a birthday cake.
Elmo learns all about insects and bees, how they get from place to place, and the different places they live.
Elmo learns about different colors and styles of hair; Mr Noodle tries to brush his hair with a paint brush.
Elmo finds out about telephones, how to use them, and how people communicated before they were invented.
Elmo learns all about farm animals and the food they produce.
Elmo finds out about telephones, how to use them and how people communicated before they were invented.
Super Grover offers to help Elmo but ends up needing Elmo's help instead; Mr Noodle helps Miss Noodle get dressed; Dorothy meets some people who help others at work.