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|Picture||Word / First Appearance||Description|
| Sí and No |
|Maria, in voice-over, asks Rosita to tell her the Spanish Word of the Day, but mistakes her answers, sí (yes) and no (no), as answers regarding whether she'll reveal the Spanish word of the day, before realizing that there are two Spanish words for the day.|
| Adiós |
|Rosita says adiós (goodbye) to the word and to the viewer.|
| Flor |
| Maria smells some flores (flowers), and then smells Stinky the Stinkweed.
| Agua |
|Rosita shows what agua (water) means.|
| Gato |
| Rosita shows viewers a gato (cat).
| Perro |
|Several dogs pounce on Grover to demonstrate the word perro (dog).|
| Leche |
|Rosita drinks leche (milk).|
| Zapato |
| Professor Grover tries to teach kids how to wear a zapato (shoe).
| Libro |
|Grover mistakes the english meaning of libro (book) for other things, despite the fact that he is holding one.|
| Casa |
| Gabi watches Slimey play in a small casa (house).
| Teléfono |
|Big Bird and Mr. Snuffleupagus use the teléfono (telephone).|
| Abierta and Cerrada |
|Gabi tries to feed Baby Natasha, and in doing so demonstrates abierta and cerrada (open and closed).|
| Hola |
|Everyone tells Grover hola (hello), but Maria has to explain to him its meaning.|
|Picture||Word / EKA|| Description
| Gracias |
|Rosita presents the Spanish word gracias (thank you) in response to thrown flowers and applause.|
| Por Favor |
|Telly asks what por favor means and Rosita answers "please." Telly says "please," mistaking her translation for a request to mind his manners. This happens several more times, until Rosita explains that por favor means "please" in Spanish.|
| Niño and Niña |
|Grover mistakes the Spanish words for both "boy" and "girl" for "spaghetti."|
| Feliz |
| Oscar the Grouch does not like the fact that the Spanish word of the day, feliz, means "happy," though he is happy that Slimey (who is playing in the mud) is feliz.
| Cara |
|An artist draws a cara (face) as Grover tries to guess the word's meaning.|
|Picture||Word / EKA||Description|
| Baila |
| An elephant hears music, and wants to dance. Rosita then informs the elephant that baila means "dance."
| Escuela |
|Grover teaches the Spanish word for "school." A fish joins him.|
| Abrazo |
|Rosita offers her elephant friend un abrazo. The elephant is surprised to learn that abrazo means "hug," but then offers Rosita un abrazo in return.|
| Silla |
|Rosita presents silla, the Spanish word for "chair."|
| Manzana |
|Slimey eats the apple while Rosita introduces the word.|
| Para |
|Rosita shows the Spanish word for "stop."|
| Salta |
|Rosita tries to see if the Elephant, Narf, and a chicken can figure out that salta is the Spanish word for "jump."|
| Familia |
|Rosita show us the Spanish word of the day and introduces us to her family. Then they all hug each other.|
| Musica |
|Rosita and Miles play their guitars as they demonstrate the Spanish word for "music."|
|Picture||Word / EKA||Description|
| Siesta |
|Rosita takes a siesta (nap) in the sunlight.|
| Zanahoria |
|Grover leads some children (gathered on the steps of 123 Sesame Street) in a song about the health benefits of carrots; the lyrics also include the vegetable's Spanish name.|
| Pez |
| Elmo's pet goldfish, Dorothy, tells Rosita that the Spanish Word of the Day is pez, which means "fish."
| Counting to Ten |
|Rosita repeatedly sings the chorus of the "Conga Counting Song" to teach us how to count to 10 in Spanish.|
| Canta |
|Rosita and Slimey take turns singing.|
| Pequeño and Grande |
|Rosita demonstrates pequeño (small) and grande (big) first by showing Slimey, who is pequeño. She then realizes she doesn’t have anything grande to show. However, Slimey's friend the elephant, who is grande, comes by. Then, the two leave to go bowling, and Rosita runs after them to join them.|