Street Lessons: Going to Sleep

Sesame Street Lessons: Going to Sleep

When you are having a great day, you don't want to go to sleep. Elmo and Murray explain why it's important to go to bed at the right time.

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-Hey Elmo, look, parent. -Hi parents. -Hi parent. -Do you have trouble falling asleep at night? -Yup but I find a few, just take a few shots of-of milk, warm milk- -Yeah. -and that helps me go to sleep. -Really? -A little warm milk and sometimes if I'm hungry, my mom lets me have a carrot stick to chew. -That's a good idea. -It helps me go to sleep. -Yeah. -And I also, I enjoy a good lullaby. -Lullaby. -Yeah. It works every time. -Elmo likes lullabies. -Any kind of a lullaby. You wanna try it? -Okay sure. Go ahead. -Sing me a lullaby. -Lullaby, Elmo. Murray, Murray, I'm going to finish this song. -Okay sorry. -Here we go. And goodnight. Elmo thinks you get the point. Wake up. -What, what, what? Where am I?