- hi. i'm murray from "sesame street," and i'm looking for the word on the street. what's the word on the street? - senses. - what are senses? - the senses are the parts of the body we use to experience everything around us. - there are 5 senses. - 5 of them? - your eyes are to see, your mouth is to taste, your nose is to smell, your fingers are to touch. um, your ears to hear! keep listening for the word senses today on "sesame street." - senses. - that's the word on the street. is helping families turn everyday moments into learning opportunities. ♪ you can find out more at pncgrowupgreat.com. ♪ (boy) earth's best organic baby and toddler food is a proud sponsor of "sesame street."
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- ♪ can you tell me how to get? ♪ ♪ can you tell me how to get? ♪ ♪ sunny day, sweeping the clouds away ♪ ♪ on my way to where the air is sweet ♪ ♪ can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ how to get to sesame street? ♪ ♪ can you tell me how to get? ♪ ♪ come and play ♪ everything's a-ok - ha ha ha! ha ha ha! ♪ friendly neighbors there ♪ that's where we meet ♪ can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ how to get to sesame street? ♪ ♪ can you tell me how to get to sesame street? ♪ - [giggling] - this is gonna be so much fun! - this is--this is such a great idea! oh, they're here, they're here! hi, there! - welcome to sesame street. - you are just in time to join our... - excellent eyes club!
- do you know why eyes are so excellent? - you can see with them! - ♪ we have 2 eyes ♪ so we can see - ♪ bees in the trees - ♪ and toys in the tub - ♪ we're the excellent eyes club ♪ - come on! we're going to use our excellent eyes to help people on sesame street. - you can help, too! - oh! and don't forget to bring your eyes. - where did that other glove go? - ooh! does leela need help seeing? - because we've got the eyes to do it. - ♪ we're the excellent eyes club ♪ - this is perfect. i really do need some extra eyes right now. - oh. well, we each have 2. how can we help you? - i can't seem to find my other gardening glove. it looks just like this one. - oh, on. well, come on, come on. use your excellent eyes to help find leela's glove. come on! - all right, all right.
- anybody see it? - no. not yet. - i'm looking, i'm looking, i'm--oh! wait a minute. - what, what, what? - what's this? - leela is that your glove? - yes, it is. wow. you guys do have excellent eyes. - we know. - ♪ we have 2 eyes - ♪ to spy a dove - ♪ or a garden glove - ♪ we're the excellent eyes club ♪ - come on, guys! we've got more seeing to do! - and people to help! - ooh! and bring your eyes. - ohh, ohh. [sneezes] oh, boy. what a rotten day to have grouch allergies. - hey, oscar, oscar, oscar. why's oscar going like this? ah-ah-ahcchuuu! - well, if you must know, my nose is all stuffed up, and i can't tell which of these containers of milk is sour. - say no more, oscar. we're here to help. - ♪ we're the excellent eyes club ♪
- ha ha ha! yeah. the excellent eyes club will find out which milk is sour, oscar. - mm-hmm. - this i got to see. - hmm. they look the same. - yeah. - hey, guys. what looks the same? - these 2 containers of milk. - yeah, gabi. how can the excellent eyes club see which one is sour if they look the same? - well, you really can't tell if something is sour just by looking at it. - you can't? - oh, no. the excellent eyes club has failed you, oscar. we're so sorry. - oh. - sorry. - this keeps getting better and better. heh heh. - hold on, guys. you can actually use another one of your senses. - our whatses? - senses. we all have 5 senses. seeing with our eyes is one, and smelling with our nose is another. so, oscar, why don't you just smell the milk yourself? - hmm. because, miss nosey, my nose is all stuffed up from
grouch allergies. i can't smell anything. - but we can, oscarito! - it's as plain as the nose on my face. the excellent eyes club will smell for you. - well, if you insist. - come on and smell, clubbers. you ready, you ready, you ready? - good, good. thank you. [sniffing] hmm. smells like milk to elmo. - wait, wait. - yeah, yeah, milk, milk. - let's smell the other one. - aah! - aigh! oh, it smells terrible! - ¡ay, mama! - looks like they found your sour milk, oscar. - oh, good because i'm thirsty. - oscar, that was the sour milk! - oh, no. - ohh. - what? would you think a grouch would drink fresh milk? heh heh. now scram already. - ugh. - looks like you guys have excellent noses, too. - yeah, we do. - we're the excellent eyes and nose club.
♪ we have 2 eyes, we have 1 nose ♪ - ♪ to smell a flower - ♪ or milk that's sour - ♪ we're the excellent eyes and nose club ♪ - ha ha ha! let's use our eyes and noses some more! - yeah. - yes! - come on! - you got your eyes and noses, right? come on! - oh, no. my porridge. what have i done?! - what did baby bear do? - uh, i may have sprinkled salt in my porridge instead of sugar! salt would ruin it! - don't worry, baby bear. - ♪ we're the excellent eyes and nose club ♪ - hey. that's great, but, uh, how can you help me with your eyes and nose? - just stand back and watch us work, baby bear. - yeah. everybody use your eyes to see if baby bear put salt or sugar in his porridge. ok. - ok.
- well, it looks like porridge. - yeah, with little white dots on top. - yeah. you see, that's the problem. the salt and the sugar are both white, so they look the same. - oh, no. if salt and sugar look the same, then we can't use our excellent eyes. - but we're not just the excellent eyes club anymore, telly. - yeah, yeah, yeah. we're the excellent nose club, too. - that's right. let's try to smell those white dots. - smell. [sniffing] - i smell porridge. - yeah. you see, that's the other problem. you can't smell the difference between salt and sugar. - oh, no. the excellent eyes and nose club has failed you, baby bear. i'm so sorry. - ohh. - ugh! - what are you sorry about? - well, alan, i think i might have put salt in my porridge and ruined it! - and the excellent eyes and nose club tried to see and smell the difference. - but it didn't work.
- all right. well, relax, everybody. it's ok, it's ok. hey. you know what? you just need to use another one of your 5 senses. - where's elmo heard that word before? - didn't gabi say seeing and smelling are senses? - that's right, and another one of our senses is tasting with your tongue. - you mean, this? ahh. - exactly, exactly. now you can just taste the porridge and tell whether it's salty or sweet. - oh, cool. oh, oh. elmo will do it. yeah. elmo likes the taste of salt. - great. - ok. hey. it doesn't taste salty, just a little bit sweet. - so the white dots are not salt. they're sugar! - oh, yes! well, thank you, everybody! ha ha! - that was some excellent tasting, elmo. - thanks, alan. - you're welcome. - yes, yes! we're not just the excellent eyes and nose
club anymore. - we are the excellent eyes, nose, and tongue club! - yes! - ♪ we have 2 eyes - ♪ we have 1 nose - ♪ we have a tongue - ♪ to taste some salt - ♪ or a chocolate malt ♪ we're the excellent eyes, nose, and tongue club ♪ - oh, come on! we've got more helping to do. - oh, yes. - yeah. come on. - mmm, mmm, mmm. - don't forget to bring your eyes, nose, and tongue. heh heh ehh! - radar, where are you? did you fall back there? i can't see you. oh, no. heeeelllp! help! - help is here, big bird! - ♪ we're the excellent eyes, nose, and tongue club ♪ - wow! sounds like an excellent club. - oh, it is! now what's the problem, big bird?
- well, i think that my teddy bear radar fell behind the chest. - ok. everybody, use your eyes to look behind the chest. - you see it? - elmo can't see back there. - me, neither. our excellent eyes can't help us. - what about our noses? - yeah. let's try and smell that teddy bear. [sniffing] - i don't think you can smell a teddy bear. - so our excellent noses can't help either. - wait! how about our tongues? [licking] - elmo doesn't think elmo's tongue is long enough to taste back there. - oh, no. if we can't use our excellent eyes, noses, or tongues, we can't help big bird. we failed! - hey, hey. what's going on out here? - oh. hi, gordon. i'm afraid radar might have fallen behind that chest. - and the excellent eyes, nose, and tongue club cannot
help by seeing, smelling, and tasting. - oh, well. how about trying another one of your 5 senses? - there's another sense? - yeah. seeing, smelling, and tasting are 3 of our senses. a fourth sense is touching. you can use your fingers to feel behind the chest. - hey. we have fingers. - yeah, yeah. let's feel for that teddy bear. i can just reach back there. i-i feel something. i feel something hard. - oh. well, that can't be radar. he's a soft teddy bear. - ah. it's a helmet. - i wondered where that was. - ok. all right. ooh! here's something else. - what is it? - it feels sticky. - oh. radar isn't sticky. - [grunting] but tape is. yeah. eww! eww!
hold on. hold on. there's something else back here. i feel something soft. - s-soft? why, radar feels soft. - what's this? - oh, it's you, radar. - ha ha ha! - oh, radar. - oh, thank you excellent eyes, nose, and tongue club. - and now fingers, too. - ♪ we have 2 eyes - ♪ we have 1 nose - ♪ we have a tongue - ♪ we have 10 fingers ♪ to feel our hair or a teddy bear ♪ ♪ we're the excellent eyes, nose, tongue ♪ ♪ and fingers club - ha ha ha! - you're a sensational club. - off to more helping! - yeah! - ha ha ha! - don't forget your eyes, nose, and fingers and tongue! - sheep? sheep?
ohh. i've lost my sheeeep. - did we hear you say you lost your sheep? - mm-hmm. and i don't know where to find them. ooh. i'm little bo peep. who are you? - heh heh. - ♪ we're the excellent eyes, nose, tongue ♪ ♪ and fingers club - our eyes, nose, tongue, and fingers are here to help you, little bo peep. - yeah. look for little bo peep's sheep, everybody. come on, come on. - sheepy, sheepy. - sheep! - sheep, sheep, sheep! - here, sheepy! - sheep! - hmm. it looks like this is not a job for our eyes. - let's use our noses. - noses. [sniffing] - uh, excuse me. what do sheep smell like? - yeah. - not very pleasant. if you smell them, you'd know it. - it's ok, clubbers. how about using our tongues? - telly, telly, telly. elmo doesn't think our tongues will help us find sheep.
- you don't want to taste them anyway? wool is pretty fuzzy. - wait. what about your fingers? - hey. yeah, yeah, yeah. let's feel around for the sheep. - maybe they're behind somewhere. - sheepy, sheepy. - where are you? [sighs] - uh...um, nope. elmo doesn't feel sheep anywhere. - oh, no! we've tried our eyes, our nose, tongue, and fingers. our club failed little bo peep. - w-w-w-wait a minute, telly. didn't gabi, alan, and gordon say we have 5 senses? - yeah. seeing, smelling, tasting, and feeling. - but that's only 4! - you're right, but if our club is only using 4 senses... - and there's 5... - there's still 1 sense left! what is it? - well, we have eyes for seeing.
- nose for smelling. - a tongue for tasting. - fingers for feeling. - what's left? - hello! - our ears! - we hear with our ears. - that's the fifth sense! - yeah, yeah. come on. let's listen for the sheep. - yeah! sounds good to me! [tweeting] - elmo hears birds. - yeah, yeah, yeah. keep listening. - ok, ok. [honking] - ooh, ooh. elmo knows that that is. it's a car horn. - yeah. [baa] - can you hear that? - it sounds like baaing. - yes! yes, my sheep! oh, but they sound so far away. - well, let's follow the sound, everybody. come on, come on, come on! - it's coming from that way. - yeah. - yes. - it's getting louder. - ok. - sheep. - come on. [baaing]
- now it sounds like the baaing is coming from over here near the garden. - where? oh! the sheep, the sheep! - we found them, we found them! - yay! - thank you. thank you, excellent eyes, nose, tongue, and fingers club. come on, sheep. let's go. yes. oh, yes. you better wag your tails behind you. - well, looks like we're the excellent eyes, nose, tongue, fingers, and ears club now! - elmo thinks our name is getting a little too long. - hmm. how about being the all our senses club. - that makes sense! ♪ we have 2 eyes, we have 1 nose ♪ - ♪ we have a tongue - ♪ we have 10 fingers, we have 2 ears ♪ - ♪ to hear some sheep or a car go beep ♪ ♪ we're the all our senses club ♪ - don't forget "excellent"! - yeah!
- ♪ the excellent all our senses club ♪ - ha ha ha! - sheep, let's go! - oh, she's calling you. - hi. i'm maria, and i'm here to tell you all about the word senses. now the senses are what we use to experience everything around us, and there are 5 of them-- sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste-- and i'm going to use all of my senses right now. - hey. can--can you scram and go use your senses somewhere else? - sorry, oscar. i can't. today's word is senses, so i have to show everyone the 5 senses. - oh, yeah? well, if you're gonna use your senses around here, you have to use them on some grouchy stuff. - great idea. thanks, oscar. - don't mention it. heh heh heh. now here. feast your eyes on this. - ok. i'm using my sense of sight, and i see that this
painting is messy. - and awful, right? - actually i kind of like it. it totally reminds me of a great abstract artist, and it really pleases my senses. - well, forget this then. let's move on to your sense of hearing. eh, how does this sound? - nice. - what?! - it sounds just like my kitty cat sounds when she wants me to pet her tummy. i love my kitty. - ok. forget hearing! use your senses and smell this. [sniff] - mmm. - mmm? what do you mean, "mmm"? these are rotten eggs. eww! these smell terrible. - not to me. you see, i always put rotten eggs in the soil when i'm gardening, and they always help me to grow beautiful flowers, so i love the smell of rotten eggs. - fine. forget the eggs. use your senses and feel this.
- hmm. soothing. - soothing? but this is yucky, muddy muck. - and it feels great! it reminds me of that stuff they use on me when i go to the spa. - eww! ok, ok. forget that. what about this? - eww. is that a chocolate mint sardine sundae? - yes! care to use your senses and taste it, huh? - yuck! no! - didn't think so! heh heh heh! - not without a pickle! - what?! - there. now it should taste yummy. - oh, that's it. i've had it. - mmm! senses! - ♪ ya da da da oh, hi. abby's flying fairy school is coming soon, but right now, i am making my own ball! ha ha ha! now watch this bad boy bounce. hyah!
aw! this didn't bounce at all. now it's kind of flat. huh. i wonder my ball won't bounce. - hee hee hee! - gah! - ¡vamos averiguando! - great idea, ovejita! let's find out! ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ want to know what it's all about? ♪ ♪ ask a question, and let's find out ♪ hey, american museum of natural history science and nature program, what makes a ball bouncy? - let's find out! - oh, boy! why won't this ball bounce? - i think that's because this clay ball is not elastic, but i know there are types of balls that are elastic, and they will bounce. - yeah. i've seen bouncy balls, but i couldn't make one. - right. should we see some different types of balls? i have a basketball. what's in here? - air. - air. did it bounce? how about this ball? good bounce. is it taking its shape again after you push it in? - which one is the bounciest? - we're gonna use all the balls that i showed you, and we're gonna see which ball bounces the highest.
- oh, boy! we're gonna do an experiment to find out which ball goes the highest, but right now, check this out. - letter "s" will take us to a word that start with the sound sss. sss, sss, sandwich! yeah! oh, boy, oh, boy. num, num, num, num. oh. letter "s," come back! ♪ sss, sss, sss, sss - ♪ sss, sss, sandwich - ♪ sss, sss, sss, sss - ♪ sss, sss, sandwich - ♪ sandwich is a word that starts with "s" ♪ sandwich! can you say sandwich? ♪ sss, sss, sss, sss sandwich! now sing with cookie monster. aha! ♪ sss, sss, sss, sss - ♪ sss, sss, sandwich - ♪ sss, sss, sss, sss - ♪ sss, sss, sandwich - ♪ sandwich is a word that starts with "s" ♪ sandwich! can you say sandwich? ♪ sss, sss, sss, sss sandwich. - hey, zooey and holden. what's up next?
- abby's flying fairy school! - yeah [horn honks] - ♪ look up high in the sky ♪ it's a school, it can fly - ♪ let's all hurry to the flying fairy school ♪ ♪ grab your wands - yee-ha! - ♪ bring your wings - yeah! - ♪ we will learn magic things ♪ - ♪ let's all hurry to the flying fairy school ♪ ♪ how to make us grow ♪ and how to make us shrink ♪ - whoa! - ♪ how to solve a problem with a simple twinkle think ♪ ♪ the school is really magic ♪ ♪ and magic's really cool ♪ let's go in, let's begin ♪ it's flying fairy school - ha ha ha! - ha ha! - hello, students! welcome to flying fairy school!
today we are going to use all of our senses to explore water right here at the water table. now let's dive in! oops! - ooh! the water feels cold. - ooh! and it smells salty. - ooh! [slurp] - whoa! - and something tells me it doesn't taste very good. - eep-eep. - aren't you going to use your senses to explore the water, blogg? - no. i'm gonna use my senses to explore my sludge balls. hee hee hee! they feel squishy... smell stinky... and taste like feet. - but look at all you can see under the water! ooh. i see a sea star. - i see a sea urchin. - i can see a seesaw! ha ha!
- big deal! can any of that stuff glow like this... or make burpy sounds like this? [errp] - perhaps not, blogg, but you can see the whole ocean in the flying fairy school water table. - all right, all right. i'll take one peek. come on, sludge balls. let's have a look. - oh, dear! - i don't know what you're talking about. i can't see a thing. - that's because your sludge balls fell in the water and now it's all yucky. - aah! - oh. the poor fishies. we have to get those sludge balls out! - how many are there? - 6. it's my whole sludgy collection. - come on! - wait. we're fairies. we can't breathe underwater. - oh. you're right, gonnigan. we better change ourselves into fish. - we're going to change into fish? whoa! - oh. that sounds wonderful, gonnigan.
gonnigan? where's gonnigan? - he's gone again. - wave your wands with me or your finger and say, "i wish, i wish, i wish for fish!" i wish, i wish, i wish for fish! - whee hee! - yippeeeee! - aah! - good luck, my little school of fish. - i'd like to find those sludge balls, but i can't see a thing. - maybe we have to use our other senses. - what other senses? i'm totally senseless. - the 5 senses, blogg-- sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste. - oh, right! i have those, but which sense do i use to find sludge balls? - let's twinkle think! - twinkle think, twinkle think.
- well, your sludge balls make sounds, don't they? - yeah, like this. errp! - if the sludge balls make burpy sounds, what sense can we use to find them? - hearing! - yes! let's use our years and listen for the sludge balls' burpy sounds. [chomp, chomp, errp] - do you hear that? that was a chomping sound and a burpy sound. is it the sludge balls? [chomp, chomp, errp] nope. that's just a fish with indigestion. [errp] - listen! it sounds like the beautiful burps of my sludge balls. come on! [rhythmic burping] - oh. that octopus is juggling 3 sludge balls. - we need your help. point your wand or your finger and say, "sludge balls away!" - sludge balls away!
- that's--whoa--1... eek--2... yikes--3! you found 3 sludge balls! - [groans] - come on. we have to find 3 more! whoa! - aah! - whoa! now we're being juggled by an octopus. - wow! never mind that. just listen for those burpy sludge balls. - aah! i can't hear a thing over this octopus' crazy circus music! - well, maybe we need to use one of our other senses. - well, those sludge balls did stink pretty badly. - let's twinkle think. if something stinks, what sense should we use? - twinkle think, twinkle think. smell! - well, come on. let's use our noses and try to smell those sludge balls.
[sniffing] - i smell something, but it's not a stinky smell. it's a sweet smell. - ooh. those are water lilies. we better keep smelling. - oh, oh, oh, oh. p-ew. [sniffs] - my nose would know that stink anywhere! it's...sludge balls! - whoo-hoo! wave your wand and say, "sludge balls away!" - sludge balls away! - whoa! that's 4... waah--5, 5 altogether. that means there's 1 sludge ball left! - ♪ i can see clearly now the sludge is gone ♪ - not completely gone, but at least we can use our eyes to see the last sludge ball. - hey, yeah. we can just look for the sludge ball's strange glow.
- ooh. check it out! - come back here, sludge ball! - aah! that's no sludge ball. that's an electric eel. - yaah! - it's gonna give us a shock. - swim away, swim away! - oh, no! - we got to help gonnigan and distract that eel! come on, blogg! - here, eely, eely, eely. - over here! [clap, clap] [clap, clap] [clap] - huh? - hey. the eel's glow goes on and off every time we clap our tails. - really? let me test that out! ♪ clap on
[clap] ♪ clap off hee hee hee! it works! hyah! yow! - ha ha! all right. the eel is gone now. come on. use your eyes and look for something else that glows. - huh. did you see something? - that's my last glowing sludge ball. - ho ho! use your wand and say, "sludge ball away!" - sludge ball away! - ooh! yowza! that's 6! that's all of the sludge balls! and the water is clean! great job, students. whoa, oh! - thanks, mrs. sparklenose! uh, mrs. sparklenose? - down here.
my senses tell me i could use a shower. - ha ha ha! - p-ew! - bert and ernie's great adventures are coming soon, but right now, we're gonna start our experiment to see which ball bounces the highest! hey, sofia. what kind of ball you gonna bounce? - a ping-pong ball. - ooh! a ping-pong ball! how do you think it's gonna bounce? - not so high. - why do you think it's gonna bounce not so high? - because it's hard and it's small. - ok. it's hard, and it's small. ok, sofia. let's give it a bounce! ooh! the ping-pong ball went between the blue and the purple. bring out the next ball! daniela, what kind of ball do you have? - i have a baseball. - how high do you think that baseball will bounce? - i think it's gonna drop low. - let's see you bounce it! there it goes. ooh. the baseball bounced to the green. we're gonna test more balls in a few minutes, but right now, check this out.
- ♪ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 ♪ ♪ 11, don't you be so sad ♪ being odd's not bad ♪ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 ♪ ♪ 11, don't you be so blue ♪ here's my ode to you ♪ he looks so even, but he's odd ♪ ♪ skinny like a fishing rod ♪ 1 less than 12, 4 more than 7 ♪ ♪ he's my new best friend, 11 ♪ ♪ he is straight just like a pencil ♪ ♪ standing tall and in a row ♪ ♪ you can count him on 10 fingers ♪ ♪ you'll just have to add 1 toe ♪ ♪ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 ♪ ♪ 11, don't you be so sad ♪ being odd's not bad ♪ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 ♪ ♪ 11, don't you be so blue ♪ here's my ode to you
- hey, guys. tell them what's coming up next! - bert and ernie's great adventures! - oh, boy! - [snoring] - ♪ every night when i lie in bed ♪ - oh, no. - ♪ i see pictures dancing in my head ♪ - picture sleep. - ♪ buddy bert - what? - ♪ buckle up, and we'll fly away ♪ - whoa! - yeah! ♪ we're adventuring ♪ every time the bed starts tapping ♪ ♪ something special's gonna happen ♪ - this is kind of catchy. - ♪ my favorite kind of traveling ♪ - hyah! ♪ we're adventuring ♪ come along with bert and ernie ♪ ♪ we're gonna take a little journey ♪ ♪ bert and ernie's great adventures ♪ - whoa! - heh heh heh! gee, bert. isn't it great to be here in the australian outback? - oh, yeah, but i could do with a little less bumpiness. - oh, look. let's set up camp by that billabong under the
shade of the coolibah tree. - aah! unh! - i am so excited, rubber duckie. australia is the only place in the world where a cute, furry critter called the duckbilled platypus lives, and any minute now, we should see one. look. he has a beak and webbed feet like you and swims like you and even lays eggs like a duckie. i think he's your distant cousin. heh heh heh! - ernie, will you come help me set up this tent? - in a minute, bert. rubber duckie and i want to go check out that billabong for platypuses. - but, ernie-- [sighs] i guess i'll just have to figure it out myself. let's see here. ah. i think this pole goes inside. hey! ernie, i think i need you! - huh? - ernie! - don't worry, rubber duckie.
we'll find a platypus. - ernie! - gee, bert, haven't you set the tent up yet? - ohh! i've been trying! - why, it's simple. look. all you need is to put this pole up in here. ooh! - hey, you, watch it! - what was that? - a kangaroo, and i think it's hungry! - very hungry. look at his tummy rumble. - uh, i don't think that's "his" tummy, ernie. - [cooing] - aw. it's a joey. that's a baby kangaroo. - aw. and look how the mama carries him in a pouch. - say hi to the joey, rubber duckie. [squeak squeak] - [cooing] - heh heh heh! - hmm. i wonder what kangaroos eat. you like oat meal? [sniffing] - uh-uh. - well, how about some peanut butter? it's delicious with a banana. - echh! - aw.
- sorry. guess there's nothing for you here then. - hmm. hmm. - oh, well. let's go find that platypus, rubber duckie. rubber duckie? hmm. what are you doing in there? - uh-oh. his mama left him behind? - sure looks that way, but where's rubber duckie. - something tells me he's in mama's pouch, and she doesn't know she left her baby here. - oh, no! rubber duckie! follow that kangaroo! rubber duckie! - ooh! - there's no spare tire! what are we going to do? - aha! there's a pogo stick. - ernie, how's a pogo stick going to help us? - it's the best way to chase a kangaroo, bert. hop aboard. - mmm, mmm, mmm. ohh! ohh! huh?
- aah! how do you stop this thing, ernie? - beats me. hold on, bert. - aah! - oh, no. rubber duckie! how will i get him back now? - ernie, look. - [quack] - we don't have a boat or a raft or even a bathing suit. - ernie! - rubber duckie, you're back. oh, i was so worried. ooh! a platypus! - i've been trying to tell you, ernie. - see, rubber duckie? i knew we'd find one. quick, bert. take a picture. - wait. i want to be in that picture with the platypus, too. - ooh. i'll take the picture. smile for mama. - cheese! - ah ah ah! - heh heh heh! [clock ticking] good night, bert. - good night ernie.
uh-oh! - [snoring] - elmo's coming soon, but right now, we're gonna test some more balls. ooh, kai. what kind of ball do you have? - a hacky sack. - what's it feel like? - it feels like a bunch of yarn. - how do you think that's gonna bounce? - i don't think it's gonna bounce at all. - give it a try. - ok. - the hacky sack didn't bounce at all! what ball do you have, henry? - a basketball. - how do you think that's gonna bounce? - high. - high? let's give it a try, henry! bounce that ball! the basketball bounced all the way up to the yellow! next ball! arnold, what kind of ball do you have? - uh, rubber. - let's see how high it bounces. - ooh! - wow! the rubber ball bounced the highest. i guess what a ball's made of changes how high it bounces. keep watching because elmo's bouncing in soon!
- ♪ if you're happy and you know it, clap your hands ♪ ♪ if you're happy and you know it, clap your hands ♪ ♪ if you're happy and you know it ♪ ♪ then your face will surely show it ♪ ♪ if you're happy and you know it, clap your hands ♪ - ♪ nod your head - ♪ if you're happy and you know it, nod your head ♪ ♪ if you're happy and you know it, nod your head ♪ ♪ if you're happy and you know it ♪ ♪ then your face will surely show it ♪ ♪ if you're happy and you know it, nod your head ♪ - and everyone give yourselves a big round of applause! ♪ if you're happy and you know it, clap your hands ♪ - hey, elijah and jet li. tell them what's coming up next. - elmo! - yeah! - ♪ la la la la la la ♪ elmo's world ♪ la la la la la la
♪ elmo's world ♪ elmo loves his goldfish ♪ his crayon, too ooh! yeah! ha ha ha! ♪ that's elmo's world hi. welcome to elmo's world! ha ha ha! ooh. elmo's so happy to see you. ooh. and so is dorothy. say hello, dorothy. ha ha ha! guess what elmo's thinking about today. ♪ ya da da da [doorbell rings] ahh. ♪ do do do do do do bop do do do do ♪ - ♪ skin, covered all over with beautiful skin ♪ - ah. did you guess yet, hmm, hmm? - ♪ skin, covered all over from ankle to chin ♪ - yes! that's it! elmo's thinking about skin, you know, skin.
and sometimes, elmo's skin itches. oh, dear. better! what's that, dorothy? oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. dorothy wants to know what do you do when the skin on your back itches? oh, good question, dorothy. let's ask mr. noodle. mr. noodle! oh. hey, shade, a little help, please. thank you, shade. oh. there you are, mr. noodle! hey, mr. noodle. slap elmo some skin. ha ha ha! hey, hey. guess what, mr. noodle. dorothy has a question for you. yeah, you. what do you do when the skin on your back itches, mr. noodle? - yeah. what do you do? - no. that's your head. - on your back. - your back! you know.
- mr. noodle has to itch his back, on his back. - yeah. back there! - mr. noodle can't reach his back. - you can't reach your back like that. be careful, mr. noodle. - now he's dizzy. - see? now he's itchy and dizzy. - don't give up. - he needs something. - maybe there's something you can do to scratch your back, mr. noodle. - he's on the floor. - he's scratching his back on the floor. - look at him go. i don't think it's working. - you need help. - get somebody to help you. - elmo can help you. - yeah. elmo will scratch mr. noodle's back. ok. yeah. turn around. ok. how's that? right there? - that's it! - right between your shoulder blades? - right there! aw! - yay, mr. noodle! - yay! elmo helped mr. noodle! elmo helped mr. noodle, and elmo scratched his back. ha ha ha! oh. hug? ok.
ha ha ha! - he's scratching elmo's back. - mr. noodle. ha ha ha! - wait. now what? - mr. noodle! - oh. poor itchy, itchy mr. noodle. what's that, dorothy? oh, ok. dorothy wants to ask someone else. what do you do when the skin on your back itches? - dorothy, when my back itches, i scratch with this, a backscratcher. ahh. - when the skin on my back itches, i like to rub it against a tree, dorothy, like this. that feels good. - dorothy, when annie and i both have itchy backs, we take turns scratching each other's back. - you scratch my back... and i scratch yours. - thanks, everybody. ooh. and thank you, too, dorothy.
now elmo will ask a baby. ♪ do do do oh. hello, baby. ha ha ha! baby, what do you do when the skin on your back itches? - ha! - ha ha ha! aw. thank you, baby. kiss, kiss. kiss, kiss, kiss, kiss. kiss, kiss. mm-mm-mm-whaa! ha ha ha! aw. that baby was so cute! ah! and now elmo has a question... ♪ for-or-or-or-or you yeah, you! how many goose bumps are on this chilly hippo's skin? let's count them and find out. 1... 2... 3... 4... 5... 6... 7... 8... 9! 9 goose bumps! oh! ha ha ha! and one--one chilly goose!
ha ha! oh. that tickles elmo's skin! boy, you silly, chilly goose! ha ha ha! bye, goose. bye, hippo. hmm. that makes elmo wonder what else tickles your skin? let's find out. oh, drawer! open up, drawer, please. maybe elmo can tickle drawer to open. is drawer ticklish? tickle, tickle, tickle, tickle, tickklllllle! can a cupcake tickle your skin? - no! - but it can make your skin messy. yum-yum! ha ha ha! can a ladybug tickle your skin? - yes! it tickles when it crawls on your skin. that's right! can a feather tickle your skin? - yes. feathers tickle your skin. - unless you're a bird.
- my skin is covered with feathers, and they don't tickle me at all. they just need to be fluffed now and then. fluff, fluff. fluff, fluff, fluff. fluff, fluff. - thanks, drawer. elmo loves finding out about skin. elmo's friend elaine learned all about skin in school, and she told elmo all about it. - one day at school, my teacher mrs. michaelson asked our class what we could learn by looking at our skin. so we started to investigate. we could see that everybody's skin looked different. there was dark skin, light skin, and all different shades in between. my skin was dark, and cassie had light skin with rosy cheeks.
then we looked at our skin through a magnifying glass. it makes things look bigger. we could see all sorts of things we never noticed before. there was hair growing out of our skin, and the fronts of our arms had more hair than the back of our arms, but the palms of our hands didn't have any hair at all, but they had lots of lines. so did the tips of our fingers. some parts of our skin were smooth like our cheeks. some parts were real wrinkly like our knuckles and elbows. then we ran some water on our arms to see what our skin looked like when it was wet. the water didn't soak in. it just rolled right off. we could see how our skin protects our bodies.
so even though everybody's skin looked different up close, our skin wasn't really very different at all. - wow! elaine learned a lot about skin, but elmo still wants to find out more, don't you? how can we find out even more? hmm. ha ha ha! boy. elmo almost jumped out of his skin, tv. oh. good idea. we can watch the all about skin channel on tv. now turn yourself on, tv. thank you. - welcome to the all about skin channel. when it comes to skin, we've got you covered, and now the story of the girl who loved her skin. - once a upon a time, there was a girl who loved her skin. - i love my skin.
- she loved it so much that she took very good care of it. when her skin got dirty, she washed it. - scrub-a-dub-dub. - when her skin was out in the sun, she put sunscreen on to protect it. - rub-a-rub-rub. huh? - when her skin was cold, it got goose bumps, so she put on more clothes to warm her skin. - ahh. - and when her skin got hot, it sweated to help cool her off. - whew! ahh. - when she went roller skating, she protected her skin with special padding, but one day, she fell down and hurt her skin anyway. - oh, no. i got a booboo on my skin. - the girl's mother loved her skin, too, and knew just what to do. she washed the booboo, put ointment on it, and covered it up with a bandage
to keep it clean. - thanks, mom. my skin feels better already. - and every day, the girl's skin felt better and better until one day the booboo was gone. her skin had healed itself. - wow! now i really, really love my skin. - and from then on, the girl who loved her skin-- - really, really loved! - the girl who really, really loved her skin took really, really good care of it, especially when roller skating. - hey. you got to love the skin you're in. [crash] i'm ok, and so is my skin. - the end. - coming up next on the all about skin channel, "that's skincredible" followed by "skinny the pooh" and "rumplestiltskin." - thanks, tv.
wow. skin is amazing, but elmo still wants to learn even more about skin, don't you? how can we find out even more? - why don't you look in a book? - hey. yeah! ooh, ooh. can book help elmo find out more about skin? - sure. i'll give you the skinny on skin. my title is "even animals have skin." - whoa! they do? - sure. - oh. oh, look! there's a puppy and a kitten. aw. ha ha ha! - like my title says, even animals have skin. sometimes, you can't see the skin because it's covered by fur. - ooh! like elmo! - or by feathers! - oh, pretty. [barking] - hey. come back here! i just lost my pictures! - well, not that one. is that a snake? - yeah. as snakes grow, they shed their skin and have new skin underneath.
- ah. oh. [hissing] oh, cool! - no. not you, too? i don't believe this! - ooh! what's that? - a chameleon. chameleons have skin that can change color. - aw, get out of town! - don't give him any ideas. [pop] - oh, ha ha! look! dorothy's imagining elmo as a chameleon. - sometimes, a chameleon's skin changes color when its feelings change. - oh, boy. no one's around to play with. elmo chameleon is feeling a little sad and blue. - surprise! - ha ha ha! wow! elmo chameleon is polka-dotted with surprise! - yeah. ha ha ha! - ha ha ha! ooh. boy, those leaves tickle. now elmo chameleon is tickled pink. ha ha ha! ha ha!
oh. thank you, dorothy, and thank you, too, book. - don't mention it. ha ha ha! no. come back! - ha ha ha! - ohh! that really gets under my skin. - ha ha ha! oh, boy. elmo loves skin, and so does dorothy. that's why dorothy wants us to sing "the skin song." - oh, boy! "the skin song"! may i join in? - sure. you can sing, too, if you want. ♪ skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin, skin, skin ha ha ha! ♪ skin, skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin ♪ skin, skin, skin, skin, skin oh. say good-bye, dorothy. say good-bye, book. - good-bye, book. - ♪ do do do ♪ do bop-a do da da do
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