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Abby Cadabby Videos

Updated on December 2, 2012

Top Abby Cadabby Videos from Sesame Street

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Abby Cadabby Biography

Abby Cadabby is a three-year-old fairy-in-training who lives on Sesame Street. She made her debut in the first episode of Sesame Street’s 37th season, when she moved into the neighborhood and met some of the Street's residents. On the day of her debut, her wand broke; Big Bird told her to take her wand to the Fix-It Shop where Maria would fix it.

Her name is a play on the magic word Abracadabra. Abby's magical powers are limited to popping in and out of thin air, floating when she's happy, and turning things into pumpkins. Although familiar with the world of fairy tales, Abby is astounded by such basic learning skills as drawing letters or counting, prompting her catchphrase "That's so magical!" She frequently uses her wand cell phone to call her mommy. When she's asked to return home, she says that she's "gotta poof."

She can speak a language called Dragonfly and is teaching Rosita the language, while Rosita teaches her Spanish.[1] Along with Baby Bear, Abby begins attending school in a 2006 episode at the Storybook Community School, where Mrs. Goose is the teacher and other fairy tale characters like Hansel and Gretel are her classmates.

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Abby Cadabby Party Ideas

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What Do I Need For the Party?

You may want to rent or purchase other items to fit your theme, such as:

Episodes of Sesame Street featuring Abby Cadabby that you can show to your guests.

Book of magic tricks

Fairy Wands & Fairy Wings for each guest .

An Abby Cadabby or fairy princess cake pan

A tiara pinata or flower pinata

Abby Cadabby Party Food Ideas

With a little creativity, you can also serve snacks that fit your Abby Cadabby theme. This can be a lot of fun for both you and your guests! Here are some ideas to get you started:

Serve edible fairy wands by cutting traditional rice cereal treats in star shapes with a cookie cutter. Then, insert a large pretzel rod ¼ of an inch into each for the wand’s handle.

Fill a clear glass with Pixie Stix candy and allow the children to sprinkle “fairy dust” over their food.

Make Strawberry Roll-Ups by spreading a thick layer of strawberry cream cheese on a plain flour tortilla. Roll the tortilla tightly and cut into bit-sized pieces. Stick a toothpick through the snacks to keep them securely rolled up.

Make fairy floats by adding a scoop of vanilla ice cream or rainbow sherbet to a glass of pink lemonade. Serve with silly straws.

Serve a magic potion! Freeze cranberry and grape juice in ice cube trays before the party. Serve a colorless soda at the party, such as ginger ale or lemon-lime. Let your guests select their ice cubes, which will “magically” change the color of their drinks.

For an Abby Cadabby party cake, simply use our crown cake pan or star cake pan and frost it with pink icing.

If you would rather not serve cake, consider serving individual cupcakes on a pink cupcake stand instead. Frost your favorite cupcakes in white frosting and add pink sugar or sprinkles on top. Add an Abby Cadabby toy, fairy cake topper, or a star-shaped candy to the top of each cupcake.

Abby Cadabby Party Decorations

Including decorations that fit your Abby Cadabby theme is a fun way to keep the party moving. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Balloons are a must at any party! Group together three to five helium balloons and anchor them with balloon weights around the party area. Add Abby Cadabby Mylar balloons to some of your balloon groups for added fun.

Cut large hearts and butterfly shapes out of pastel-colored butcher paper and hang them on the walls of the party area.

Make flower balloons by attaching four colored balloons around a yellow balloon. Hang these from the ceiling or attach them to the backs of chairs.

Hang a banner that reads “This Party is So Magical!”

Give each child a pair of Abby Cadabby wings to wear as they arrive to the party.

Cut a street sign out of green butcher paper and write “Sesame Street” on it. Hang it on one wall of the party area..

Sprinkle glitter and sparkly confetti on all flat surfaces, such as tables and windowsills.

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