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Sesame Street is a popular TV puppet show that has hosted various characters and humans for well over four decades. These characters have become popular through the witty, humorous and educational episodes of the show. Besides, the characters have so many colors in them that it will be a treat for your child to fill them in with crayons.
Top 15 Sesame Street Coloring Pages
Here are the top ten Sesame street coloring pages to print and to engage your child’s interest.
In this image, the famous Muppet character Elmo is seen lying on the floor, putting together a Valentines’ Day card by attaching a lace border to a heart. There are heart, star and flower shaped stickers lying around along with glue and pens.
2. Bert And Ernie:
Here Bert and Ernie are pictured standing together, hand on each other’s shoulders, portraying their close friendship which is seen even on the Sesame Street TV show. Bert and Ernie are wearing cowboy like attire with the hats and scarves and waistcoats. The background has been left blank, so your child can fill in with appropriate scenery.
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3. Big Bird:
The Big Bird is present in this image with Christmas baubles in his hand. Big Bird is decorating the Christmas Tree which is covered in festive looking decorations. Apart from the vibrant canary yellow of Big Bird himself, the Christmas Tree and the baubles make this coloring page a treat to fill in.
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4. Oscar The Grouch:
Oscar the Grouch is a character in the Sesame Street that lives in a trash can. His unusual habit of living is portrayed perfectly in this coloring page. Oscar is peeking out of the trash can with the lid on his head and face in his hands, looking less than pleased. The withering flower in cracked pot, the apple core, the crumpled soda can and the ‘I heart trash!’ sign makes the picture uniquely Oscar’s.
5. Abby Cadabby:
This three-year-old fairy (in training, of course!) of Sesame Street is as happy and carefree as any toddler, and this picture shows as much. Abby is seen grinning wide as she unwraps a present. This image lacks background details, too, so these can be filled in by your kid.
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6. Cookie Monster:
Cookie Monster of the Sesame Street is famous for his appetite, especially for cookies and that is candidly expressed in this coloring page. Cookie Monster is seen juggling and tossing cookies right into his mouth from a bag full of cookies. The deep blue of the cookie monster will be nice to fill in with crayons.
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This is a detailed picture (with trees, river, fish and squirrel!) of Kermit the Frog, out on a picnic date with Miss Piggy. While Kermit is a Sesame Street character and Miss Piggy is indeed a Muppet, the latter never appeared on the Sesame Street. But when Kermit is around, could Miss Piggy be far behind?
8. Count Von Count:
Count Von Count is a mysterious character on Sesame Street. Despite his obvious resemblance with vampires, Count is a friendly character and in this picture, he seems to be inviting you to his home, while holding his cape in front of him. The background shows the details of his castle.
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Zoe is a bubbly Muppet of the Sesame Street who loves to dance. In this picture, her usual self is clear as she is seen doing a little pirouette, dressed as a ballerina for Halloween and holding her candy bag in hand.
10. Aloysius Snuffleupagus:
This sweet little woolly mammoth, adoringly called Snuffy, was once only visible to Big Bird, but became a regular feature after meeting the adults on the show. This image of Snuffy is quite plain and appropriate for colouring by very young children.
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11. Muppet Playing the Drum:
All the Muppet characters in the Sesame Street are created by Jim Henson. This Muppet character playing drums in the picture must be Amazing Mumford.
A “W.C. Fields- esque” magician whose magic tricks often goes awry. We see him playing the drums while the Muppet audience goes crazy, we see them with their hands on their ears. His catch-phrase which he most often uses to produce his tricks is “A La peanut butter sandwiches”. He is not the regular magician who says abracadabra while performing magic tricks. This lavender colored Muppet also doubles up as an entertainer.
This crazy Muppet will surely make your child giggle. However, teach him that playing music loudly can cause sound pollution and it often leads to deafness.Let your child use his favorite colors to make this picture look even more funny and cheerful.
12. Alistair Cookie Turns Chef:
Alistair Cookie is played by Cookie Monster; he appeared in ‘Monsterpiece Theater’. He loves eating so much that even ate up a pipe that he used to smoke. Honestly, he has a monster’s appetite. In this picture we see him baking apple pies in an oven. He has become a chef, but other Muppets must rush to get their share of the apple pie before the cookie monster gobbles it up. Also we can see that Alistair has made a mess of the kitchen while making this apple pie, we see egg shells and apple cores on the ground.
Apple Pie is a signature dish of America, and it is easy to make it at home. Give your little one an apple pie treat if he colors this picture correctly. His creative touch will make the apple pie in the Cookie’s Monster’s hand even more delicious.
13. Alice Snuffleupagus:
Alice Snuffleupagus is the baby sister of Aloysius Snuffleupagus or Snuffy. She has a luxurious pale-golden fur, long eyelashes and wears a blue-checkered hair ribbon. She is smaller than Snuffy, and her little arms and legs are controlled by a puppeteer. Her eye and mouth movements are controlled remotely.
Your little daughter will enjoy coloring this cute Alice and her nameplate. Guide your child to color the Muppet accurately. She can use some glitters and pastel shades to make Alice look even more prominent. Alice even cuter after your child colors her, pin it up in her room as a poster.
Grover is a valiant and caring blue monster. In ‘Sesame Street Unpaved’ Grover is described as, “as the Muppet we’d all like to be- self-confident, furry, cute, capable and intelligent. Well, self-confident, furry and cute at least.” All Muppets look up to Grover for these qualities.
Your child, who loves watching Sesame Street on television, will surely like this cute blue monster. Grover is the perfect role model for your child. Children love to watch animated films and they often search for characters that they can learn from, Grover is such a character.
15. Sam the Robot:
Robots are meant to be perfect at whatever they do. However, Sam the Robot makes silly mistakes and that creates mayhem. The name Sam is an acronym for “Super Automated Machine”. This funny Robot character was designed by Jim Henson. This character is performed by Jerry Nelson.
Your child will definitely want to know more about robots. You can show him some pictures of Robots and research on the internet about Robots and how they are a man’s best friend if used properly.
Sesame street coloring sheets are fun and entertaining to young kids, we cannot deny that. Imagine bringing that fun right down to your child’s study, by bringing home coloring pages that will unleash a world of creativity and imagination in him or her.
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