Playskool produced four sets of Sesame Street Match-Ups puzzles in 1977. The sets contained 24 two-piece mini-puzzles which could be matched together according to the theme of the set.

Numbers Match-Ups matched a numeral with that number of objects, or answered a simple arithmetic question. Alphabet Match-Ups paired capital and small letters with words that began with the corresponding letter. Rhyming Match-Ups matched rhyming pairs of words. People In Your Neighborhood Match-Ups matched people with occupations.

The illustrations for the puzzles were provided by Michael J. Smollin, a frequent Sesame book illustrator.