Elmo's World
Written by  Mo Willems
Directed by  Ted May
Book  Drawing!
Video  Singing, Drawing & More!
First Appearance
Episode 3859
Earliest Known Appearance



Picture Segment Description
Ewdraw
Guess what Elmo's thinking about today? Elmo has a crayon and scribbles on the screen. A montage plays of children drawing and finger painting.
Ewdraw-dorothy Dorothy's Question Dorothy has a decoration of a drawing on an easel. She wants to know how other people draw.
Ewdraw-noodle
The Noodle Family Mr. Noodle draws in the air with his finger, gets a crayon, draws in the air with the crayon, and gets a paper, and stands on the paper drawing in the air. He bends down, draws around his feet on the paper, and does a somersault.
Ewdraw-baby
Kids and Baby Kids show how they finger paint or draw. Elmo draws a picture of a baby and wants the baby to keep the drawing.
Ewdraw-count
Elmo's Question Elmo asks the viewer to help him count how many CGI drawings fit on a refrigerator. After the quiz, a drawing of an elephant smashed the refrigerator down to the ground!
Ewdraw-babybear
Quiz Elmo asks questions about what can draw and does not. Baby Bear appears to draw a person.
Ewdraw-film
Film Elmo's friends Kirk, Sally, and Erica draw the same tree in three different media: marker, crayon and paint.
Ewdraw-cartoon
TV Cartoon The Drawing Channel shows a daisy explaining how she can be anything, keeping her glasses and bow in every shape. Coming up next: "The Man Who Drew Too Much," followed by "The Nancy Drew Mysteries" with Drew Barrymore.
Ewdraw-interview
Interview Elmo talks about three drawings of his on a refrigerator he also drew.
Elmo-drawing Tickle Me Land Dorothy imagines Elmo in the pictures on his refrigerator, showing his head on animated drawings of a barnyard, a flying bird, and a cow jumping over the moon.
Ewdraw-homevideo
Home Video Elmo talks about the drawing he made of his mommy and daddy hanging on the wall of his room.
The Drawing Song
The Drawing Song A blue crayon writes "DRAW" on the side of the piano, and while Elmo sings "The Drawing Song," the blue crayon bounces in similar fashion as a "bouncing ball".

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