Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles 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!