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- DVD Release Date: March 3, 2015
- Rated: NR (Not Rated)
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Sesame Street
- ASIN: B00OQRU9U4
- SRP $14.98
This trip down memory lane will teach Elmo fans both young and old about the importance of friendship and helping others. Elmo sings and dances his way through numbers, letters, vocabulary, and emotions with his Sesame Street pals and a few famous friends like Melissa McCarthy, Taye Diggs, Drew Brees, Romeo Santos, and many more!
Elmo fans will love this new DVD where everyone’s favorite furry and red friend is reminded of all the fun, friends and music he’s made on Sesame Street. Join Elmo as he does “The Elmo Slide,” finds out about “The Power of Yet” with Janelle Monae, and sings about the number 5 with the band Train. Elmo learns about counting, vocabulary and even how manage his emotions in the hit song, “Belly Breathe” with Colbie Caillat and Common. This special collection is filled with Elmo moments fans will treasure. As an added extra, this release features a special bonus title which will provide over two hours of Elmo!
Since I have six kids Elmo is a staple in the house, especially for my little ones. This DVD kept the attention of ALL my younger ones, from ages 1 to 6. Elmo is with different actors and singers which keep everyone singing and dancing. There were a few bigger words that little ones wouldn’t understand like choreographer that provide a great learning opportunity. But again the singing and dancing was great. There were very few times the kids weren’t moving.