Sesame Street: Cookie's Counting Carnival is a Sesame Street video game released on October 19, 2010 from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for the Wii, the Nintendo DS, and Windows.
The Wii version comes packaged with a Cookie Monster "gameplay helper", a soft plush cover for the Wiimote that hides unnecessary buttons from the preschool player's busy fingers. The DS version comes with a special stylus
In Sesame Street: Cookie's Counting Carnival, kids join Cookie Monster and Big Bird at a fun-filled carnival through gameplay steeped in math skills that include number identification, counting, shapes and pattern recognition. Kids journey through the game in the many areas of the carnival such as The Grandstand, Midway, Petting Zoo, Food Court and the Arcade.
- Big Bird
- Cookie Monster
- Peppa Pig
- Daddy Pig
- Apple Bloom
- Sweetie Belle
There are 14 minigames in the Wii, Nintendo DS and PC versions, and 12 games in all the versions.
- "Big Bird's Bell" - counting
- "Ring Patterns" - pattern identification
- "Falling Cans" - counting
- "Pond Scoop" - number identification
- "Bunny Patterns" - pattern identification
- "Bad Donkey" - shape identification
- "Treats" (Wii/PC versions) - counting
- "Me Hungry" (Wii/PC versions) - addition
- "Fruit Shack" - counting
- "Monster Seek" (Nintendo DS version) - spatial reasoning
- "Pretzel Party" - shape identification
- "So Many Balloons" - relational concepts
- "With the Band" (Nintendo DS version) - counting
- "Chill 'n' Catch" - counting
- "Ferris Wheel" - shape and color identification
- "Fill That Car" - addition
- The logos in the Beginning, the title card, select a profile, and the main menu, and the game section (only in the DS Version) plays the instrumental version of the Sesame Street Theme Song from 2009-2015.
- In the Credits from the Wii version, Chris Knowings is misplaced as Chris the Zookeeper from Elmo's A-to-Zoo Adventure.
- On the 'Curriculum Overview' section in the instruction booklet, the word "Triangle" is put twice, and the word Addition is misspelled as ddition (this is fixed in the DS Booklet).