Sesame Street

There's An App For That

Season 42, Episode 24 of 99

Baby Bear is ordering a bowl of porridge at Hooper's Store when Telly comes in bouncing on his pogo stick. He is practicing the boingarooni, the hardest pogo trick. As he's practicing, Mack the pogo salesman bounces in and tries to sell Telly and Baby Bear an iPogo stick. With an iPogo, not only can you boing without ever falling off, you can do almost anything- make a phone call, take a picture, and cool off hot porridge! It seems that there's an app for everything! Telly agrees to exchange his old, beloved pogo stick for a brand new iPogo. When he tries it, the iPogo seems to do everything but boing. Baby Bear uses the huge manual to figure out that they need to press a hexagon icon to get the iPogo to boing, but instead it ejects Telly right off! Then, they try a triangle icon, but that shakes Telly like a milkshake. Baby Bear checks the manual again and notices that Telly needs to double click, or click twice, on the triangle in order to boing. After some practice, Telly is able to boing at just the right speed. Telly still wants to do the boingarooni, though, so Baby Bear reads the manual and instructs Telly to stop boinging and press the boingarooni icon, which is the rectangle. Telly finally does the perfect boingarooni, but is disappointed because the iPogo did it for him. Telly asks the salesman for his old pogo stick back and everyone celebrates as Telly does the boingarooni all by himself! THEME: Cognitive Reasoning, Emotional Development E / 11

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