Oscar History, Facts
and Educational Resources

Add an educational twist to any birthday party, holiday celebration, or theme party.  Share the history of the Oscar theme to the guests.  Play some free printable educational party games.  Shhh don't tell the kids that they are learning!

The history of Oscar the Grouch is long, dark and at the bottom of a trash can. Most people are amazed at the history behind many of the shows from the present and past. Like others before them the times of past and the recordings are often as interesting now as they were many years ago. For this reason, fans of the show have held strong and their popularity has continued to grow. This hit muppet on Sesame Street was originally cast with orange fur. During the second season they gave him what was to be his signature green fur. Oscar the Grouch is an unusual character in that he has no nose and enjoys his life in a garbage can. Or perhaps Oscar doesn't enjoy his life in a trash can, but he sure seems to have a mood on as foul as the bottom of one. However one thing will get Oscar singing. Trash. Indeed his favorite song he enjoys singing is the tune, I Love Trash.

The history of Oscar includes his original orange fur season that occurred between 1969 and 1970. The original performer of Oscar was the same performer of Oscar from the very first episode to the last. Caroll Spinney enjoyed the years of portraying Sesame Street's version of Mr. Scrooge. However angry Oscar seemed he did bring an important message with him every time he sprung up from the bottom of his can to greet the kids on Sesame Street.

Oscars history and the lessons his character consistently tries to teach is one of tolerance and mutual respect for others regardless of their apparent situations. Teaching children to apply dignity and class to their dealings with others has always been a hot and politically monitored topic on any show. Oscar has always brought a message of unity from inside of his cranky trashcan home. The history of Oscar has a different interpretations by each person. This is general facts about Oscar.
The Party Supplies Hut has more free elementary educational teacher resources for Oscar to use in the classroom for active learning to create lesson plans with trivia questions, games and fun activities.

History of Oscar
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