Sesame Street: Play and Sing with Julia! | Julia Compilation

Sesame Street: Play and Sing with Julia! | Julia Compilation

♪ This is a perfect day ♪ ♪ To do what we love to do ♪ ♪ Surrounded by all the people we love ♪ ♪ And our favorite dog too ♪ (dog barking) ♪ We can kick the soccer ball around ♪ ♪ Or laugh and giggle
until we both fall down ♪ ♪ I see a smile on your face ♪ ♪ La la la ♪ ♪ Let’s sing a song together ♪ ♪ Why we’re so happy today ♪ ♪ I love my family ♪ ♪ Yeah Julia ♪ ♪ I love my family ♪ ♪ Here is a special painting ♪ ♪ I made it just for you ♪ ♪ It makes me feel so much love and joy ♪ ♪ That’s us ♪ ♪ Uh huh, Rose too ♪ ♪ Oh we could all dance with Rose ♪ ♪ She’s so furry ♪ ♪ Ready a book together ♪ ♪ Or anything that makes you smile today ♪ ♪ Take a walk under the stars ♪ ♪ What makes you smile today ♪ ♪ Is singing a song that says ♪ ♪ I love my family ♪ ♪ I love my family ♪ (saxophone music)
(dog barking) ♪ I love my family ♪ ♪ I love my family ♪ ♪ I love my family ♪ ♪ I love my family ♪ – Ah, that was beautiful you guys! – That was nice.
– Nice solo dad. – Thanks, son. – Boing, boing, boing, boing.
– Boing, boing boing. Tag, you’re it, Julia! – Boing, boing.
– Boing, boing. – Just don’t boing into
the flower pots, kids. – No prob, mom. – It. (kids laughing) – Boing, boing, boing, boing, – Oh, hi Abby. Wanna play Boing Tag? – Well, no thanks. I just don’t feel like it. – Well, but you love Boing Tag
almost as much as Julia does. What’s wrong? – Well, it’s just that
my Fairy Grandmother, she was visiting us for a whole week. But she flew home today and
I’m not sure when she’s going to visit us again. I miss her. – Oh, sounds like you’re pretty sad, huh? – Yeah, but you should keep boinging. – Well, but we don’t
want to play without you. – Yeah, but I’m not so fun
right now ’cause I’m too sad. – Abby, sad. – Uh huh. – You know, when I’m sad,
it helps when Julia gives me a starfish hug. – Starfish hug! – What, well, I’ve never been
hugged by a starfish before. Isn’t it, well, slimy! – Hah, nope. Starfish hugs are awesome. Because Julia has Autism,
she doesn’t like big hugs so we do a starfish hug instead. Starfish hug! Wanna show Abby? – Starfish hug. – Okay. Starfish hug, I love it! Hey, maybe we can make up some other hugs. Like, fairy hug! – That’s a great idea! But, how do you do a fairy hug? – Oh, you flap your hands like
they’re wings and then oh, and then you touch wings, like this. Flap, flap. – Fairy hug. – Oh, that is fun! – Yeah, I really feel better now! I mean, I still miss my
grandma, but it sure helps having friends like you. – Ah hey, that’s what friends are for. That, and for playing Boing Tag. Come on Julia, come and get me! – Boing, boing, boing, boing. – Butterfly hug! – Nope, it’s not there. Oh, over there. Definitely over here. (dog barking) Maybe I left it over here. – Okay, everyone ready? It’s time to go. Oh, do you have your backpack Julia? – Backpack. – Yes, that’s my girl. – My hat, has anybody seen my hat? You know, the one I
always wear when I play? – Hi, dad! – Found it. Thanks, Sam. Okay, guys, I think
we’re already to, my tie. I gotta get my tie. – Sam, are you ready to go? – Yeah, all ready. Hey, those are my shoes! Um, I’m gonna need a few more minutes. – What are you… – Hey, Rose, give me back my shoes, Rose! – Have you seen my song list? I can’t find my song list. I can’t remember if I
play Be and Green first or Put Down the Duckie. I think it’s Be and Green First. – Honey, honey, Daniel! – Huh? – Take a deep breath. (Daniel sighing) – Thanks, Alana, I think
I’m just a little nervous. I mean, it’s not everyday
you get to play saxophone at Hooper’s Fifteenth
Annual Open Mic Night. – Listen, it’s okay to be nervous. But, I know you’re going to be great. – Yeah, you got this dad. You’ve been practicing a lot. – Thanks, son. I’m just glad I’m going to
have all of you there with me. (dog barking) Yes, you can come to Rose. Oh, that reminds me, we need her leash. – Oh right, leash! – Where’s the leash? – Drawing for daddy. – What’s that sweetheart? – Drawing for daddy. – Oh, this is great, Julia. Hey, you know what? I am going to take this with me for luck. Now what was I doing? (dog barking) Rose’s leash, uh, Rose’s
leash, uh, I think I might have left it over here, hun. Oh, it’s not here. – It’s not here. – Boy, where could it be? – Say cheese! – Cheese! (camera clicking) – Okay, you know, maybe it’s
in the drawer back there. – Where did you leave it? – I’ll bring the camera to
take pictures of dad playing. Hey look, Rose’s leash! – What, oh thank goodness. – Oh there it is! Okay, come on everybody,
it’s time to leave. Are you sure you have everything? – Yes, it’s showtime. I just hope I remember all the notes. – Saxophone. – What, saxophone? – Saxophone, daddy saxophone. – Oh, my saxophone, oh I almost forgot it. Thank you, Julia, you saved daddy’s show. – Okay, now are you sure
you have everything? – Yes, I’ve got my saxophone,
I’ve got you three. (dog barking) Four, four, couldn’t forget you Rose. Oh boy, that’s okay, I got the door. Now I’ve got everything. – Daniel! – Oh, coming! Let’s rock! – He’s so cute. Oh look at that! Oh look, there’s Wolf. – Oh, Wolf. – Rosita! – Wolf! – First bump, rocket ride. – Hey Julia, fist bump, rocket ride? That’s just the way
Rosita and I say hello. – See, but there are
lots of different ways to say hello too. – Hello everybody! (hands clapping) – Hola Rosita! – Hola Matthew, have a great day. – Have a great day, too. – Thank you. – [Computer Voiceover] Hello, Grover. – Well, hello to you too. – See, there are so many
ways to say hello to someone. – We can make up our own way. How about just a regular fist bump. – Bunny bump. – Yeah, bunny bump. – I love it. – Well, now that we’ve said
hello, do you want to play? – Play, play, play. – Yes.
– Come on, let’s go. – Let’s do it, alright, oh wait for me. We could play hide and seek. – Or we could have a race. – Or, we could play freeze dance. – Freeze dance, freeze dance. – I know it’s one of your favorite ones. – Alrighty then, freeze dance it is. – Yay! – Be right back. Ready, if I’m going to
freeze, I must be prepared. – Aye, mama. – No. – Grover, you don’t get
freezing cold in freeze dance. – So, I do not need my hat,
my mittens, and my practical yet stylish parka? – No. – Then how exactly do
you play freeze dance? – Oh, well it’s super easy. When you hear music, you start to dance. Like this, let me show you. ♪ There is music ♪ ♪ There is music ♪ ♪ There is music ♪ And we are dancing. And we are dancing. And we are dancing. And when the music stops, you freeze in place and don’t move. – Oh I get it, that does look like fun. – [Rosita] Yes. – Okay, then let us play! – We need music, por favor! (music playing)
– Too loud, too loud. – Wait, wait, wait, wait, stop the music. – This is fun. – Not for everybody, the
music is too loud for Julia. – Awe, it is okay Julia. We do not have to play freeze dance. – Play. – You want to play? Okay, we’ll find a way. – But how? – Like this, music por favor, but quietly. (quiet music) – That is working. – Let’s dance. (kids laughing) (quiet music) That was so much fun. I am so glad we find a
way for everyone to play. – Play, again, again. – Okay, let’s play again. – I would like to, but freeze
dancing is making me too hot! – Come on, Grover. Let’s get that coat off you
so that way everyone can play. Let’s go. (kids laughing) – [Julia] Red, blue,
green, red, blue, green. – Oh, I see it, Julia you are
so good at finding patterns. – Patterns. – Oh, oh, I have an idea. Do you want to play a pattern
game with your old pal Grover? – Play, play, play. – Oh good, then let us play
the What Comes Next game. – [Grover Voiceover] Game, game. – Oh, I like the echo. For this game, you will see a
pattern and guess what comes next, ready? – Ready. – Oh, what do we have here? A cute little kitty cat. Oh, and look, another kitty cat. Oh, oh, oh, I already know the pattern. The next one is going to be a kitty cat. (dull buzzer) That is a funny looking kitty cat. – Dog. – Oh, yes, of course, that is a puppy dog. Let us see, cat, cat, dog. So the next one must be a dog. (dull buzzer) A cat? That is not a pattern
I thought it would be. Another kitty cat? This pattern is getting confusing. (bright buzzer) And now a dog. What, the dog is back. What is going on here? And, the next one? What goes there? – Play. – Oh yes, of course. We have to play the game. Can you guess what comes next? – [Grover Voiceover] Next, next. – Oh wait, I think I know. It is a pot bellied pig. – No silly. – How about a watermelon? – No. – Then how, how, I ask you,
are we suppose to guess what comes next? I mean, what comes next? – [Grover Voiceover] Next, next. – What is the pattern here? Oh, pardon me. – Cat, cat, dog, cat, cat, dog, cat. – Oh, wow, you did it, you did it! Julia, you notice everything. Say, have you happened to
notice where I could get some watermelon? I could really go for some right now. – (Julia humming) Watermelon. – You too? Well, come on, let’s
go find some together. Come on, come on. – Family. – Oh I see. You drew a picture of your family, Julia. Can you tell me who everybody is? – Daddy, mommy– – You look like your mommy don’t you. – Julia. – Yep, that’s you. Oh wait a minute, is that your
stuffed rabbit right there? – Flopster. – Flopster! Yeah, he’s part of your family too. Oh, and is that your brother? – Brother. Samuel. (Julia laughing) – Why are you laughing? – Samuel’s silly. – Samuel’s silly? He makes you laugh? What do you and Samuel do together? – Play. – Yeah, you like to play with Samuel? ♪ Sing, sing, sing, sing, sing ♪ You sing songs together? Oh wow, Julia, I love your
drawing of your family. Oh, let me go show you
a picture of my family. Let me see, oh right here, see. See, it says mi familia. There is my mommy and my
daddy and me right there. See, me right there. And I don’t have a brother
or a sister but I have a big family, see it’s my grandparents
and Mrs. Dios and Mr. Dias and all my cousins, yeah. Yeah, we have fun together, too. – Big family. – Yep, families come in all
sizes and everyone in a family is important. (soft music) – Family. – Yep, familia. (Rosita’s lips smack) (Julia humming “Sesame Street Theme Song”) – I know that song, Julia. ♪ Sunny day, sweeping the clouds away ♪ ♪ On my way to where the air is sweet ♪ ♪ Can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ How to get to Sesame Street ♪ ♪ Everything’s A Okay ♪ ♪ Friendly neighbors there ♪ ♪ That’s where we meet ♪ ♪ Can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ How to get to Sesame Street ♪ ♪ How to get to Sesame Street ♪ ♪ Everyone’s friends on Sesame Street ♪ (girls laughing) (soft piano music) – Oh, pretty. – Boy, Elmo loves
looking at the night sky. Don’t you, Julia? – Star. – Oh yeah, boy, look at that star twinkle. ♪ Twinkle twinkle little star ♪ Yeah. ♪ How I wonder what you are ♪ ♪ Up above the world so high ♪ ♪ Like a diamond in the sky ♪ ♪ Twinkle twinkle little star ♪ ♪ How I wonder what you are ♪ That was so good, Julia. And if there’s one thing
Elmo likes as much as looking at the sky, it’s singing about the sky. Let’s sing together. ♪ Twinkle twinkle little star ♪ ♪ How I wonder what you are ♪ ♪ Up above the world so high ♪ ♪ Like a diamond in the sky ♪ ♪ Twinkle twinkle little star ♪ ♪ How I wonder what you are ♪ Gee, it’s nice to sing with a friend. (soft piano music) – Hi, Julia. Well, you seem excited, what’s going on? – Play, play, play. – Oh you want to play? Well sure, what should we play? Kickball? Oh okay, maybe not. Well, how about hide and seek? It’s okay. Sometimes friends like different
thing, so it can be hard to figure out what to play together. – Play, play, play. – Oh, but you know what helps? To find something that
you both like to do. Like, Julia, you like to
flap your arms, right? And I like to flap my wings, see? Flap, flap, flap. – Butterfly, butterfly! – We both like butterflies. – Butterfly, butterfly, play butterfly. – That is a good idea. We can pretend to be butterflies. (girls giggling)
Flap, flap, flap. This is a great way to play. Oh here he comes, hi, hello butterfly. You want to play too? – Play, play, play. – Sure, we can all play together
and we can all be friends. There he goes, come on Julia! – [Julia] Butterfly! – Butterfly, butterfly. – Butterfly, butterfly, butterfly. (girls laughing) Boing, boing, boing, boing, boing. – Hi, Julia. – Elmo. – Elmo sees Julia is playing
with her stuffed rabbit. – Fluffster. – Yeah, Fluffster’s Julia’s
favorite too, right? Well, Elmo brought his
favorite too, toy, Baby David. Say hello to Fluffster, Baby David. Hello, Fluffster. – Boing, boing, boing, boing. – We can play side by
side like we do sometimes. There’s lots of ways friends can play. Where’s baby David? Peek-a-Boo! Where’s baby David? Peek-a-Boo! (Julia laughing) Where’s baby David? Peek-a-Boo! (Julia laughing) Where’s Fluffster? – Peek-a-Boo! – Boy, there sure are
lots of ways to play. Where’s baby David and Fluffster? – Peek-a-Boo! (Elmo and Julia laughing) – Pop, pop. Pop, pop.
(Abby laughing) – You love popping
bubbles don’t you, Julia? – Bubbles. – That’s great because
I love blowing them. – Pop.
(girls laughing) Bubbles? Bubbles? Bubbles. Bubbles. – I’m trying, but well,
blowing doesn’t always work. – Bubbles. – Oh yeah, I forgot you
could make bubbles that way. Let me try. – Pop, pop. – Thanks for that tip,
Julia, you were a big help. (rhythmic music) – Pop. – Oh no, those bubbles are too
high for you to reach, Julia. I’ll fly up and get them for you. Pop, pop, pop. (girls laughing) – Yay. – See that, we helped each other, Julia. And that’s what friends are for. – Friends are for. – Oh, Julia. Hey Julia, you want to play a game? – Play a game. – Oh great, how about,
how about we play tag? – Play tag, play tag. – Wow, I can tell you’re really excited. You’re bouncing up and
down like a rubber ball. Boing, boing, boing. – Boing, boing, boing, boing,
boing, boing, boing, boing. – Okay, so let’s start playing, okay? Tag, you’re it. Come on, try and get me. – Boing, boing, boing, boing,
boing, boing, boing, boing, boing, boing, boing, boing. (girls laughing) Boing, boing, boing. – Jumping and playing tag
at the same time sure looks like a lot of fun, I
think I’m going to try. – Boing, boing, boing, boing, boing– – Oh this is great! I bet you came up with
a whole new game, Julia. Boing tag. – Boing, boing, boing, boing, tag. – Okay, now I’m it. And I’m going to boing after you. Here we go. Boing, boing, boing,
boing, boing, boing, boing. (happy, upbeat music)

76 thoughts on “Sesame Street: Play and Sing with Julia! | Julia Compilation

  1. I can’t tell you how much I love this!!! Loving Julia!! Sesame Street you never cease to amaze me, especially with your Autism Awareness Initiative!! ❤️❤️❤️

  2. I love this so much!! Julia is one of favorite newer characters!! She is adorable! I think more shows should have an autistic character, it would show more people how great they are, and show more autistic awareness! I love autism awareness month so much!! ^_^

  3. I like Julia ever since she came into existence all the younger kids have been wanting to play with me but before everybody thought I was a monster who shouldn’t live ((I have autism))

  4. I watch this with my granddaughter, she always asks for Julia. It helps we hope to help her understand some day about her auntie T. Great job guys!

  5. I never watched Sesame Street until I became a mother, and now I have a 1.5 year old little boy who loves the show. When I first saw Julia, I immediately thought to myself “Is she autistic?” And come to find out she is! How did I know she was? Not only is my beautiful 4-year-old niece autistic and behaves exactly like Julia does… but I’m autistic myself. It’s wonderful to have a character I feel like I can connect to and relate to! I’m so glad that Sesame Street is trying to normalize autism – just because we communicate and do things differently doesn’t mean we can’t be friends and have meaningful friendships/relationships. Thank you for Julia. ❤️

  6. This is the smartest move sesame street has ever made. They're teaching children to be more accepting of each other's differences and teaching them different ways to play with other children who may be different from them. Kudos to Sesame Street

  7. I love this charcter so much, Julia is the best way how you portray a character that has Autism.
    I should know, cause I have Asperger's syndrome.
    And this is just too touching.
    Julia`s hug towards Abby, that really got me.

  8. Thx u so much for making a sesame street puppet like Julia she just so special I love kids like her and adults there easy for me to talk to and play with I am 29 and I have a learning difficulty and love watching the episodes with her in thank you so much

  9. how come in many Julia videos parents or parents to soon be are claiming to be autistic themselves?? im just saying the autism cant be to severe if you can raise your own family,live on your own,drive,pay your own bills. if you can do what most of society can do your mental disability isnt really that severe at all. its very very mild. so i get confused when they say they relate sooo much to Julia. As Julia is based off people with more severe autism. i have autism myself. not on the severe end but obviously more severe than autistics who can pretty live a normal "NT" life like anyone else. its like those people who have a only an extremely slight learning disability and look at the 35 year old who has the mind of a 2 year old who will need life care and saying "i relate to him so much!!!"

  10. They should do a bit where Sam feels left out because Julia’s getting so much(necessary)care for her autism. That strikes a chord with alot of siblings.

  11. I liked Julia’s brother because he has a sister with autism and he doesn’t bully her or be mean he’s nice to her

  12. I like that she twitches/bops. Doing things like freeze dance or just normal day-to-day tasks, I twitch. I was diagnosed with Tourette’s. Nice little touch.
    Oh! We see Rosita’s family! Hehe, Hispanics and their big ol familias (Hispanic speaking).

  13. The reason I love seasame street and still watch it even know I am 11 is because it covers things that not a lot of other kid shows talk about and I feel like more shows should have more characters with autism because a lot of kids have autism and it will help kids get to know about autism if a kid they know has it

  14. I’m autistic and it’s great to have some loving accurate representation!
    Can we one day have a song about Happy Flippy Flappy Hands to show parents and educators how important it is to let children communicate their emotions and not use their Grabby Hands to stop them? Just like how we wouldn’t put our hands over their mouth to stop them smiling or frowning. It’s a big problem and Julia’s so good because I’d argue she teaches grown-ups how to be respectful and kind to autistic people even more than kids (who learn that idea much more easily).

  15. It's interesting how Julia doesn't answer questions directly all the time. I don't think she's ever said "yes" or "no" to a question, and sorta answers by saying words. "You wanna play?" "Play play!" "Hi Julia!" "Elmo." "You love popping bubbles, don't you, Julia?" "Bubbles!" "Hey Julia! Wanna play a game?" "Play a game!"

  16. ttps:// Sesame Street, having started well with Julia as a character, have now, unfortunately, gone back on their principles and partnered with anti-autism hate group Autism Speaks. Autistic children – and adults – watch and understand Sesame Street. The message it carries is incredibly important. This new, anti-inclusion message is the precise oppposite of everything Sesame Street stands for, and I'm encouraging all fans of the show to write to them and let them know that this is unacceptable. Write also to the actor or voice actor behind your favourite character. People need to speak out about this!

  17. The assumption that everyone wants social interaction and is lonely when alone bothers me. My parents' assumption that I needed many friends caused me no end of misery growing up. I did have several friends for a couple years in high school in Go Club (think even geekier Chess Club), but I typically just had one main friend, and I was, and am, happy that way. I don't know if you would call me Asperger's, high-functioning, or not quite there but having traits. I just wish people could accept that not everyone needs the same things to be happy.

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