Segments with their own pages
An African rhythm plays while objects (usually people or cowrie shells) are counted
Animal Rock Band
Bears in Chairs
Bears sitting in chairs are counted.
Blue Sky Background
Kids count themselves in colorblock grids. These segments appeared as early as seasons 24 and 25, and feature the same cast from the "Floating Kids" segments.
A series of films where a girl plays a matching game to find the number of the day on the computer.
Cooking by the Numbers
A miniseries of number films starring Ruth Buzzi as Chef Rutheé, a wacky chef who makes recipes in fun and silly ways. She is very self-conscious, as her name is often prone to the narrator's mispronunciation of "Chef Ruthie," and sharply insists she be called "Chef Ruth–AY" instead.
Dancing with Kids
Dancers in the Park
A kid tells the audience to count the members of their family for a photo. These segments appeared as early as Season 44.
A series of stop-motion animated segments produced by Jane Aaron, featuring ornate cutouts of the numbers 1 through 20 growing from (and receding into) the surface in a variety of park and city scenes. The segments appeared by Season 23 at earliest.
The various installations in the series differ chiefly by the amount of film being shown.
3 handprints try to count to the number of the day, but they don't have enough fingers. Fortunately, one of the handprint's little brother comes in and finishes the counting.
Hortense is a series of counting animations where Hortense encounters things to count to the number of that day. No segment for the number 2 was made.
Jane Aaron Segments
An assortment of live-action segments created by Jane Aaron, featuring ornate numbers on outdoor locations, becoming animated usually through the use of stop-motion or "pixilation". Several segments featured brief rock jingles written by Christopher Cerf,while others simply showed the number (attached to a metal rod) swinging across the screen.
Kid Mural Painting
A series of films where kids paint a huge mural of the number of the day on a huge sheet of paper in time lapse form at a park. In between, the kids show the number of the day either on their hands or feet.
Animated creatures donning ancient masks walk across the screen carrying numbers 1-20. Produced in Season 26, the music featured is the composition "Parade of Numbers" arranged by Ken Field, and performed by The Revolutionary Snake Ensemble. Called "Parade of Numbers" on the Sesame Street Video Player.
A series of segments where a man (Milo Motola) in an outdoor scene holds and presents sequential numbers from 1 to 13. The respective scenes for each number use "pixellation" effects, with the man often taking part in improbable activities such as emerging from a lake or sliding across a field. The segments were produced in 1996 by Ken Brown and Lisa Crafts. Caleb Sampson composed the score for each segment.
A child counts instrument cases as the plummet to the ground. Once the child reaches the number of the Day, the instruments emerge from their cases.
An Emmy-award winning series of computer animated segments featuring stylized numbers ending from 13 to 20. The segments were written, directed and animated by Merrill Aldighieri, and were produced for CTW by Arlene Sherman. The music for the segments was composed by Fred Reed.
Numbers in Outer Space
OK, We Got a Hip-Hop Beat
A series of segments where a number camouflages into a group of pebbles, while off-screen children try to find it. Once they do, the pebbles that make up the number light up.
A series of recurring cartoons in which various collections of objects such as shapes, cookies, fingers, and units of time are totaled, narrated by a child's hip-hop lyrics describing and rhyming the items at hand. These were produced by Al Jarnow and appeared as early as Season 20.
Filmmaker and stamp designer Ken Brown produced a series where numbers interact with stamped images. They first appeared in Season 23.
Sally Cruikshank Animated Segments
Salty and Pierre
Salty and Pierre, a salt shaker and pepper shaker have adventures by looking for the number of the day. The segments were animated by Magnetic Dreams Animation Studio.