Elmo,Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Oscar
Everybody knows Elmo, the fire-engine red dynamo with the positive attitude and infectious giggle. The outgoing, curious little monster is a perennial optimist who’s full of wonder as he discovers the world. With his childlike innocence, Elmo can turn almost anything into a game and invite his friends to join him in the imaginative fun.
Sure, we all know Cookie Monster loves cookies. But behind that googly-eyed, carb-craving exterior lies a delightfully complicated monster. Cookie asks philosophical questions about where cookies come from. He concocts poems about cookies. He’s also in touch with his emotions, bursting into tears when confronted with the horror of an empty cookie jar.
Innocent, curious Big Bird is a dead ringer for a six-year-old child in an eight-foot-two-inch yellow-feathered body. Big Bird was the first Muppet to appear on
Sesame Street, and from the very beginning, he has observed the world with wide-eyed enjoyment and asked a steady stream of questions at every step of the way
Sesame Street’s resident grouch despises anything nice or sweet, especially children who play in front of his trash can. He loves collecting junk, standing in line, arguing, rainy days, and anchovy milk shakes. Oscar is the ultimate pessimist – he’s only happy when he’s miserable. He enjoys yelling at people, especially when he’s telling them to leave him alone. The only problem with this is that when people do leave him alone, there’s nobody left for him to yell at.