New Sesame Street shows, books and fun activities on Hopster

This month’s theme within our app is Sesame Street, an iconic and beloved preschool brand that last year celebrated its 50th anniversary, it is loved by children and adults from around the world.

Sesame Street is a brand that reflects our own values such as promoting diversity, inclusivity, fostering empathy, and tolerance. Since its inception in 1969, it has always featured a mixed-race and disabled cast and showcased characters with different physical abilities, illnesses and is unafraid to tackle real issues to truly reflect the world we live in.

We are enormously proud to present a number of shows, books, and songs for your little ones to enjoy. We have a number of printables that you can download here which include games and colouring pages.

Fun downloadable activity sheets

Colouring sheets (Click to download)

Colour in your favourite Sesame Street characters like Big Bird, Elmo and Grover.


Matching game (Click to download)

Find the matching Elmos and draw lines between the pictures of fruit and pumpkins that match.


Puzzles (Click to download)

Spot the differences between the two pictures of the Cookie Monster and help Elmo get to his pumpkin.


New Sesame Street shows on Hopster

Super Healthy Monsters

Join Elmo, Zoe, Grover, and other friendly faces as they share the basics of a heart-healthy lifestyle, such as eating a rainbow of foods or moving your body every day.



Cookie’s Crumby Pictures

Join Sesame Street’s Cookie Monster and see him in various film parodies where he uses patience, focusing, and memorisation to solve problems.


New Sesame Street books on Hopster

My First Trip to the Farm

Following Elmo and Abby Cadabby on their first visit to Farmer Grover’s farm little ones can learn all about cows, sheep, pigs and more.



The ABCs of Cookies

Join Cookie Monster and his friends and learn new words with them. All associated with cooking and cookies, of course!



Julia’s Circle of Friends

This Julia Storybook features Julia, the first Sesame Street muppet with autism, and her friends, Abby Cadabby and Elmo. Following Julia’s first day at camp, kids can learn to be kind and understanding.