For decades Spanish vocabulary and understanding has been a featured part of Sesame Street. Aside from creating an all-Spanish co-productions, including Plaza Sésamo (Mexico) and Barrio Sésamo (Spain), many of the American Sesame Street programs have been re-dubbed and distributed within the United Stated for the Spanish-speaking audiences.
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Sesame Street tries to convey the message that knowing more than one language is useful and fun, and that all languages are good. We try to teach a few words and phrases that can help make communicating easier.
- "Bilingual Fruit Song"
- "Conga Counting Song"
- "Counting Backwards in Spanish"
- "It Sure is Hot!"
- "Loud and Soft"
- "No Matter What Your Language"
- "Numero Comparsa"
- "Tu Me Gustas"
- "Uno Dos Tres"
- "You Say Hola and I Say Hola"