Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen

In-app purchases
13.6K reviews
Teacher Approved
Content rating
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About this game

This is a lite version of Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen. To unlock all available content and features, you can download a one-time in-app purchase for $2.99 from this lite version.

This is a vocabulary-building app, which will help your child practice early literacy skills by blending letter sounds to create words in Cookie Monster’s alphabet kitchen!

Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen turns learning vowels and new vocabulary words into a fun-filled cookie making experience. By creating letter cookies and decorating them in his kitchen, Chef Elmo helps kids learn about vowels. Through blending letter combinations to create words, the Sesame Street friends help your child ‘bake’ 3- and 4-letter words into delicious cookies. And the fun doesn’t stop there! Your child can color the cookies, take pictures with their creations, ‘eat’ them, or share them with Cookie Monster and Elmo!

-Cut and decorate vowel cookies with colorful frostings, icings, whipped cream, sprinkles, fruits, and silly facial features!
-Create more than 90 words to build vocabulary and literacy skills.
-Learn letter names and sounds.
-Over 350 word cookie variations!
-Take pictures with Cookie Monster, Elmo, and your cookies.
-‘Eat’ the cookies or share them with Cookie Monster and Elmo!

-Letter identification
-Letter sounds
-Word blending
-Vocabulary building

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Updated on
Feb 20, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Location and App activity
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

8.93K reviews
Lily McDermott
February 25, 2024
I'm going to be honest you don't get alot with this game and have to pay to unlock everything however it is quite engaging for little ones You get two letter cookie cutters (a,e) and two types of each decoration (icing in two colours, two different types of sprinkles and different fruit and eyes) It sounds like a lot but when you look at what you get when you get the upgrade then it compares Overall i would say its a good game but would be better if you didn't have to pay for the upgrade
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Lauren Mellor
November 5, 2023
I have bought the full version on my kids tablet before but for some reason it has reverted back to the lite version. Now the app won't let me upgrade from the lite version because whenever I try to press the upgrade version it just sends me back to the main menu.
409 people found this review helpful
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Sesame Workshop
November 6, 2023
Greetings, we are sorry to hear that you're experiencing issues. We suggest that you delete the data for the Google Play Store app and Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen. Please make sure that you're logged into the same Play Store account that made the original purchase. Contact us at if you're still having problems.
A Google user
November 23, 2019
So I snagged this for my three year old on a lark, it was free. The kid has been regularly playing this game for a few months with just the two trial letters, he loves it! So today I payed for the upgrade, and the kid is quite excited! Excellent game, teaches some grammar and spelling skills, and obviously has some staying power as far as keeping a kiddo interested.
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What's new

Improved entitlement checks and minor bug fixes. Download this update at your earliest convenience.