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  • Hey Brainiacs!

  • Get ready for a whole bunch of fun learning videos

  • with Lizzy about numbers, shapes, colors and more!

  • All right, let's go!

  • Welcome back to Brain Candy TV

  • Hey Brainiacs! Do you like monster trucks?

  • Let's review our numbers from 1 to 10 by counting

  • these cool monster trucks!

  • Here's monster truck number 1, and here's number 2.

  • Here comes numbers 3 and 4.

  • Now we have four monster trucks!

  • There's number 5 and the orange one is number 6.

  • Woah, look at those huge tires on number 7!

  • Here's number 7 and number 8.

  • Look out! Here comes number 9 and number 10!

  • Now we have all 10 monster trucks!

  • Let's count them as they go by.

  • 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10!

  • Hey number 1, you'd better slow down!

  • Oh no, not that slow...watch out!

  • Uh ohhhh...

  • Looks like we're going to need a tow truck!

  • Hey Lizzy, wasn't that fun?

  • Let's review the numbers from 1 to 10 with some

  • fun toy monster trucks!

  • 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

  • 5 monster trucks

  • 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10!

  • 10 monster trucks!

  • Hey Brainiacs! Who wants to learn some colours

  • with Lizzy?

  • OK Lizzy, stay there now...

  • No, no wait! Ohhhh, Lizzy, you knocked over all the

  • letters again! [child giggles]

  • Oh well, let's take a trip to the jungle to see if

  • we can find a rainbow!

  • Woah, look at that colourful rainbow!

  • Let's learn all of the colours!

  • This part is red

  • This is orange

  • This is the colour yellow

  • This is green

  • This is blue

  • And this part is purple!

  • Let's see if you and Lizzy can remember all of

  • the colours.

  • Where is the green bone, Lizzy?

  • Correct, that bone is green!

  • Where is the orange one?

  • That's right! Orange!

  • How about the purple one? Can you find it?

  • Yes, there it is! The bone is purple!

  • Can you find the blue bone? Show Lizzy where it is.

  • There it is! Blue!

  • OK Brainiacs, can you help Lizzy find the red bone?

  • Where could it be?

  • Perfect, this one is red!

  • Only one more to go. Which one is yellow?

  • Right on! That's the yellow bone!

  • Alright! That was fun! [Children cheer] Say bye Lizzy!

  • Thanks for watching and see you next time!

  • Alphabet train!

  • Hey kids, hey Lizzy [Bark, bark]

  • Look! Here comes the alphabet train!

  • [train horn sounds]

  • Look at all of the letters it can carry!

  • It can even carry the upper case AND lower case of

  • each letter.

  • Let's learn them all as they go by!

  • A

  • B

  • C

  • D

  • E

  • F

  • G

  • H

  • I

  • J

  • K

  • L

  • M

  • N

  • O

  • P

  • Q

  • R

  • S

  • T

  • U

  • V

  • W

  • X

  • Y

  • Z

  • Wasn't that fun, Lizzy?

  • ...Lizzy? Lizzy, where are you?

  • Hey Brainiacs, today we're going to learn our ABCs

  • and Lizzy is here to help us find things that start

  • with each letter!

  • What do you say, Lizzy, do you want to play?

  • Alright, we're going to have so much fun!

  • Let's get started!

  • The first letter of the alphabet is the letter A

  • and it looks like this.

  • This is a capital or upper case A

  • This is a lower case A

  • The letter A sounds like Ah, Ah.

  • OK, Lizzy, go get something that starts with

  • the letter A.

  • I bet you can find something in the box.

  • That's right!

  • The word Apple starts with the letter A!

  • Great job Lizzy! What a smart dog!

  • Another word that starts with A is add

  • Like when you add 1, plus 2, to get three!

  • What's another word that starts with the letter A?

  • I know...Ambulance! Ambulance starts with the

  • letter A!

  • The next letter of the alphabet is B and it looks

  • like this.

  • The letter B sounds like buh, buh.

  • Can you see anything here that starts with B?

  • That's right! BOOK starts with the letter B!

  • Maybe when you learn your alphabet,

  • you'll be able to read books all by yourself!

  • What else starts with B?

  • I know, what sound does a dog make?

  • [cute bark sound]

  • Hahaha, you're right! A dog barks.

  • Bark starts with the letter B!

  • OK Lizzy, go get a toy that starts with B.

  • Yes, ball starts with B!

  • Wait, come back, we're not done yet!

  • No, no, this way!

  • Ah, Ah, A for Apple.

  • Buh, buh, B for ball.

  • Next up is the letter C and it looks like this.

  • The letter C sounds like cuh, cuh.

  • Hey Lizzy, why don't you show them what your

  • favourite vegetable is?

  • I bet there's one in the box.

  • It's a carrot! Carrot starts with the letter C.

  • I like carrots too!

  • But not as much as Lizzy.

  • She could eat them all day!

  • Hey, do you know what country Lizzy is from?

  • Lizzy lives in Canada.

  • Canada is in North America, just above the United

  • States, and Canada starts with the letter C!

  • Lizzy's good at playing catch.

  • Let's see if she can catch her ball.

  • Ready Lizzy?

  • 1...2...3...

  • Nice catch! The word CATCH starts with C.

  • The next letter we have is the letter D and

  • it looks like this.

  • D sounds like duh, duh.

  • Alright Lizzy, can you find something that starts

  • with the letter D?

  • Good girl, that's right!

  • Dinosaur begins with D!

  • That looks like one of my favourites.

  • A Tyrannosaurus Rex!

  • I know something else that starts with D and it's

  • right in front of us.

  • Do you know what it is?

  • That's right, Lizzy is a dog and dog starts with

  • the letter D!

  • OK Lizzy, why don't you show them something else

  • that starts with D?

  • Good job, you're so smart!

  • You know the trick DOWN and down starts with

  • the letter D!

  • Cuh cuh, C for Carrot. Duh duh, D for Dinosaur.

  • Do you know what letter comes after D?

  • It's the letter E and it looks like this!

  • E sounds like ehh, ehh

  • Lizzy's been working really hard and I bet

  • she's hungry.

  • Let's give her something to eat.

  • Here you go. OK, eat up!

  • The word Eat starts with the letter E

  • All done! I guess she WAS hungry. Her bowl is EMPTY!

  • Hey, empty starts with the letter E too!

  • Do you know the name of the planet we all live on?

  • Our planet is called Earth and Earth starts with

  • the letter E.

  • Earth is one of the 8 planets that go around the sun.

  • Wow, isn't it beautiful?

  • Look, that's where Lizzy lives!

  • EE, EE, E for eat.

  • EHH, EHH E for Earth.

  • Shapes Train!

  • Hey Brainiacs, welcome to Shapes Island!

  • Today we're going to learn about shapes and how

  • to find them all around you.

  • Hey look, here comes Lizzy in the Shapes Train

  • to teach all about the different shapes!

  • Hi Lizzy!

  • [train horn sounds]

  • OK, are you ready to start? Let's go!

  • This is a circle.

  • A circle is round so it doesn't have any sides.

  • This is a square.

  • A square has four sides that are all the same.

  • Here is a triangle.

  • A triangle has three sides.

  • This is called a rectangle.

  • A rectangle has four sides like a square,

  • but two sizes are longer than the others.

  • This shape is an octagon.

  • Octagons have eight sides.

  • Next up is an oval.

  • An oval looks like a circle but it's stretched.

  • This shape is called a star.

  • A star shape has five pointy arms.

  • And finally we have a heart.

  • Heart is the symbol of love.

  • And we love learning about shapes.

  • Hey, now that we've learned some shapes,

  • let's explore the beach and see if we can find

  • those shapes in some fun objects.

  • Can you spot a circle anywhere?

  • I see one! That colourful swim tube is in the

  • shape of a circle!

  • Let's see if we can find a square.

  • Hmmm, maybe this sand castle?

  • Aha! The sand castle is in the shape of a square!

  • Can you see any triangles?

  • I wonder where we could find a triangle?

  • Oh, look! Over there at that sailboat!

  • The sailboat's sails are triangles.

  • Here's one, two, three triangles!

  • Why don't we check out that little island to see

  • if we can find some more shapes?

  • Hey, what are those things up in the tree?

  • Oh, it's a coconut!

  • It looks like a stretched circle...what's that

  • shape called again?

  • Oh yeah, that's right, it's an oval!

  • Let's see if we can find a rectangle somewhere.

  • Can you see any?

  • There's one! The beach towel is in the shape

  • of a rectangle!

  • I wonder where we could find an octagon.

  • Aha! From above, this beach umbrella looks like

  • an octagon with eight sides!

  • Cool!

  • I think I saw something in the water earlier

  • that might be another shape.

  • Let's try to find it.

  • There it is! It's a starfish!

  • And a starfish is in the shape of a

  • five-pointed star!

  • Now all we have to find is a heart.

  • Yeah, we found it! That little island is shaped

  • just like a heart!

  • Now we've found all of the shapes we learned about on

  • the Shapes Train!

  • You did great! You're getting so smart!

  • Thanks for watching Brainiacs, and see you next time!