Sesame Street to focus on early literacy

August 2007
Reading Today;Aug/Sep2007, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p33
The article announces that the children's television program "Sesame Street" will focus on literacy in its 38th season. The program will include famous characters such as Elmo and Big Bird and will premiere on August 13, 2007. Also, the show will feature a curriculum focusing on early literacy and language skills.


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