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Learn the Alphabet – Alphabet Blocks Learn the ABCs


– This is a thing of beauty! Look at this cube, made
up of smaller cubes! (giggles) Now I built this cube to show you … (shouting) Wait!, no! (clattering) – [GiggleBots] Ta-da! (sighs) (laughing) (playful music) – [GiggleBots] Gigglebots. – Today we are learning the
alphabet with these nifty cubes! Are you ready to have some fun? (cheering) Yeah, let’s go! A is for. alien. – Awesome! – [Scientist] B is for (clattering) bubble. (giggles) – Bad bubble – [Scientist] C is for (clattering) car! – Cool! (whirring) – [Scientist] D is for (clattering) dinosaur! (gasps) – Delightful. (croaking) – [Scientist] E is for (clattering) Easter Bunny Egg-celent (giggles). – [Scientist] F is for (explosions boom) fireworks! – Fun! – [Scientist] G is for (clattering) glue! (bells chiming) – Great. – [Scientist] H is for (horn blaring) horn! – Hello. – [Scientist] I is for (clattering) ice cream! – Incredible! – [Scientist] J is for (clattering) jello! Jiggly jiggly (giggles). – [Scientist] K is for (clattering) kazoo! (kazoo blaring) – Killed it! – [Scientist] L is for (clattering) log! – Log? Lame. – [Scientist] M is for (clattering) meteor! – Marvelous. – [Scientist] N is for (sneezes)
(clattering) nose! – Nifty! – [Scientist] O is for (clattering) orange! – Oh boy! – [Scientist] P is for (clattering) pogo stick! – Perfect! – [Scientist] Q is for (clattering) question mark? – Hmm. – [Scientist] R is for (clattering) rocket! (whooshing)
Rad. – [Scientist] S is for (clattering) sombrero! (rattling) Silly (giggles). – [Scientist] T is for (clattering) trampoline! (boinging) – Terrific! – [Scientist] U is for (clattering) unicorn! – Unbelievable! – [Scientist] V is for (clattering) volcano! – Very cool! – [Scientist] W is for (clattering) wig! – Wonderful! – [Scientist] X is for (clattering) xylophone! (chiming) – Excellent. – [Scientist] Y is for (clattering) yo-yo! – Yippie! Yay! – [Scientist] Z is for (clattering) zeppelin! – Zany! Zoom zoom (laughs). – That was so much fun learning all 26 letters of the alphabet with you! Aren’t these cubes spectacular? (giggles) Won’t you join us again? (cheering) Excellent! We’ll see you soon! – Bye! – Ooh! Pretty colors. Hey, do you see any red balls? No? Me neither. (clattering) (playful music) Found it. – [GiggleBots] Gigglebots. – Gigglebots, if we can make a rainbow we can make this storm go away. Then we can go out and play. – [All] Yay! – But Dr. McTinker, how are
we supposed to make a rainbow? I thought only the sun could do that. – That was true, Volta, until
I invented a rainbow machine. (triumphant music)
– Ooh! – I make it work. (clanging) – To do that, we just need to power it up with all the colors of the rainbow. Can you grab a green ball, please? – Oh yeah. (clattering) Yay (laughs). Hmm. Green, green. Green? Okay. Green. – Yes. Good job, Edison. (triumphant music) Green. – Yes. (triumphant music) – Now we need a blue one. – Me, me, me, me, me, me. I love helping. (cheers) (clattering) Blue? No? Hmm. Wee (giggles). Blue? Yeah, okay. Blue, blue, blue. – That is correctomundo, Dolby. (whirring) (triumphant music) Blue. Ah, we must hurry before the
big storm cloud gets here. Now we need orange. – Pick me. I’m fast as lightning. (clattering)
Yippie (laughs). Ah ha, orange. Orange. – Very good, Volta. (whirring) (triumphant music) Orange. And the next color is– – I got it. – Purple, please. Hurry up, Edison. – (laughs) Yes, wee. I got it. (whirring) (triumphant music) – Excellent purple picking. Our hero Edison. Only two more colors left and then we can go outside and play. Yellow and red. – I love yellow. Cannonball. (clattering) huh? (raspberries) Hmm. (clattering) Yellow? Yes. (clapping) Wait, what? Man! (cheering)
(clattering) – I got the red ball. Bye. – Uh, hello yellow. Wait, wait for me. – Red. – Yellow. – Phew, just in time. Let’s just hope the machine works. Red. Yellow. (whirring) (playful music)
(cheering) Anyone up for a game of tag? But let’s wait– (clattering)
– You’re it (giggles). (laughing) (clanking) – Let’s wait until we get outside (sighs) (laughing) – [Man] 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. (pleasant music)
(cheering) – [Group] 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. (giggles) – Great job (giggles). (upbeat music) – Welcome back to the funtastic factory. In this place there are no limits on what we can imagine. And here, if we can
dream it we can build it. In the past we have had some mixed results with some of the things we’ve made here. Mostly a mix of explosions and things being smashed to bits. (shouting) And we have set almost
everything on fire at least once. But that’s why my trust assistants, the Gigglebots, are now armed
with fire extinguishers. (cheering) Safety first I always say. (hissing) – Whoa! – It’s not a perfect system, but that’s why we make the
Gigglebots indestructible. (whooshing) (clattering) – [Robot] I’m okay. – Anyway, today is
another very exciting day because today we’re building
our very own dinosaur. – Yahoo! – And if movies have
ever taught us anything, it’s that nothing ever goes wrong when you try to make your
own dinosaurs (giggles). So let’s get started. (playful music)
– Whoa, whoa. (playful mechanical
whirring and whooshing) – [Scientist] If our dino
is going to walk the land, he’ll need some legs to stand. (playful whirring)
– Uh oh. (boinging) – Wee! (boinging) – Legs! (giggles) (creaking) – Bouncy. Yippie. – [Scientist] The body
is next on our list. Covered in scales from
its neck to its hips. – Hello (giggles). (clanging and clattering) (triumphant music) – Body. (dinging) (playful electronic beeping) A dino is hardly a dino at all without a head to hold its mighty jaws. (playful music) (boinging) Head! (whirring) (giggles) (playful music) There is no harm in giving
a dino two little arms. (clanking) Arms! (playful trilling) In sun or rain or sleet or hail, every dinosaur needs a tail. (triumphant music) Tail. (squelching) It’s very hard for a dino to read if he doesn’t have eyes to see. (boinging) (triumphant music) Eyes. Our dinosaur’s complete. Woohoo! And it’s hard to imagine how
it could explode at this point, which is a plus. – Boop. (roaring) (screaming) (squawking) – [Both] Aww. – And there you have it. Dinosaurs are just like
big puppies apparently. Who knew? I think this was our best activity yet, but the next one will be even better. You’ll all come back
and join us, won’t you? (squawking) (laughs) (playful music) ♪ One little, two little,
three GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ Four little, five
little, six GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ Seven little, eight
little, nine GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ 10 GiggleBellies dancing for you ♪ ♪ 11 little, 12 little, 13 GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ 14 little, 15 little, 16 GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ 17 little, 18 little, 19 GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ 20 GiggleBellies dancing for you ♪ ♪ One, two, three, four, five ♪ ♪ Six, seven, eight, nine, 10 ♪ ♪ 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 ♪ ♪ 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 ♪ ♪ 20 GiggleBellies dancing for you ♪ – Oh, great job counting, everyone. Now this time, you sing and we’ll dance. Ready? Set? Go! (playful music) ♪ GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ 10 GiggleBellies dancing for you ♪ ♪ GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ GiggleBellies ♪ ♪ 20 GiggleBellies dancing for you ♪ (playful music) ♪ 20 GiggleBellies dancing for you ♪ – (cheers) You did great. (upbeat music) – Hello girls and boys. Welcome to my workshop, the amazing funtastic factory, (cheers). This is a place of pure imagination, where we can build anything we can dream. – Yeah! – And today we are celebrating because it’s been a full three days since we accidentally launched one of our Gigglebots into space. – Whoa! – Don’t worry, kids. They always find their
way back home eventually. (bell dings) Once, they brought back
an alien named Carl. – Hi. – Not now, Carl. Maybe this is an excellent opportunity to go back to basics and learn all about shapes. – Yay! – First, let’s learn about squares. (buzzing) (creaking) (engine whirs) (electronic beeping) Squares have four straight
sides all the same length like a delicious cheese cracker you can chomp with your teeth. (whirring) – [Robots] Square. (tinkling) – Cracker. Ow. (electronic beeping) – [Scientist] Circle. A circle is round and has no end. Just like a coin you want to spend. (clattering) – [Robots] Circle. (clinking) – Yippie. (clattering) Aw! (whirring) (electronic chirping) – [Scientist] Triangle. A triangle has three
sides like a slice of pie or like some of the kites
that fly through the sky. – [Robots] Triangle. (boinging) (scratching) (grunts)
(clangs) – Not a kite. (whirring and squeaking) – [Scientist] Rectangle. Rectangles are like squares, but with two sides a
little wider like a door or a little red wagon from Radio Flyer. – [Robots] Rectangle. – I’m okay. (dreamy beeping) (clanking and clattering) – [Scientist] Oval! Ovals are round and long and lovely like eggs before we scramble them and put them in our tummy. Mm-mm. (whooshing) – [Robots] Oval. (boinging) – Egg. (clattering) Why? (bubbling) – [Scientist] Octagon. These shapes have eight signs like stop signs on streets. They tell moms and dads when
to push brakes with their feet. (creaking) – [Robots] Octagon. (clanking) – Stop. (honking) – Sorry. (creaking and whirring)
(playful music) – [Scientist] Diamond. Diamonds have four sides
like a lopsided square or maybe a rectangle that
was sat on by a bear. Roar. – [Robots] Diamonds. – Bears? (clattering and clanking) – [Scientist] Heart. The heart is a shape
of friendship and love, like when your mom gives
you a great, big hug. Ah. – [Robots] Heart. (boinging) – [Both] Aww. – Aren’t shapes amazing? (giggles) And one of the very best
things about these shapes is that we can combine them to create anything we can imagine. (clattering and boinging) – [Both] Wow. – [Scientist] Like a lovely robot. (beeping and clattering) – Robot smash. – Or a very angry robot. (clattering) (screams) (beeping) (clattering) – I’m back. – [Both] Yay. – Sometimes the things we
can imagine try to smash us. – Yeah. – But that’s okay. We’ll just build something
new again tomorrow. – Great. – Something even cooler and, hopefully, way less angry. – Yeah. – Carl? You’ll come back and help
us imagine, won’t you? – [Children] Yeah! – Splendid. Until then, keep dreaming
and building and playing. (giggles) (cheering) (playful music)
(giggles) ♪ It’s a giggle belly
party, so come with me ♪ ♪ We’re gonna sing a
song and learn about ♪ ♪ Our ABCs ♪ ♪ A, B, C, D, E, F, G ♪ ♪ H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P ♪ ♪ Q, R, S, T, U, and V ♪ ♪ W, X, Y, Z ♪ ♪ Here at the giggle belly
party we like to sing ♪ ♪ And learn about the
letters in our ABCs ♪ ♪ This time we’ll sing it all together ♪ ♪ Get on your feet ♪ ♪ Let’s hear you sing
a song about our ABCs ♪ ♪ A, B, C, D, E, F, G ♪ ♪ H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P ♪ ♪ Q, R, S, T, U, and V ♪ ♪ W, X, Y, Z ♪ ♪ Let’s break it down ♪ ♪ Clap your hands ♪ ♪ And stomp your feet to
the giggle belly beat ♪ ♪ Let’s break it down ♪ ♪ It’s time to meet our friends ♪ ♪ And hear about the letters
that make them grin ♪ ♪ Bucky gets a kick out of the letter B ♪ ♪ Piggle’s tickled pink
about the letter P ♪ ♪ Quacka couldn’t quack
without the letter Q ♪ ♪ M is for moo that Kissimoo can do ♪ ♪ R is for ribbit, says
Fribbits the Frog ♪ ♪ Teeny spins a T in her web on a log ♪ ♪ Nanas is bananas for the letter N ♪ ♪ Peanut loves them all ’cause
they’re all his friends ♪ ♪ We sing them all together from A to Z ♪ ♪ Then pick your favorite letter ♪ ♪ What will it be ♪ ♪ Here we go ♪ ♪ A, B, C, D, E, F, G ♪ ♪ H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P ♪ ♪ Q, R, S, T, U, and V ♪ ♪ W, X, Y, Z ♪ ♪ Here at the giggle belly
party we like to sing ♪ ♪ And learn about the
letters from A to Z ♪ ♪ So when we get together ♪ ♪ Get on your feet ♪ ♪ Come join the fun
with the GiggleBellies ♪ (cheering)
(giggles) (upbeat music) – Hello boys and girls. Welcome to the astonishing,
uncanny, dazzling, funtastic factory. In this place we can build anything and everything we can dream. And a fair amount of
that stuff catches fire and then explodes. Right, Gigglebots? – [All] Yeah. – But today we are going
back to the basics. Probably the single greatest
invention in history is– – Dynamite. – No. (explosion booms)
(screams) (giggles) (sighs) No, it’s the wheel. – Yeah. – There are so many
fun and exciting things that can be done with wheels. Woohoo. (screams) (giggles) And today, we’re gonna be
using different numbers of wheels to build different
cool things to ride. – Awesome. – And all of them can take
us on amazing adventures so let’s get started. (whirring) (yelping) (creaking) (boinging) (giggles) (triumphant music) Wheels! (giggles) (creaking) – Wee! (clattering)
(grunting) (playful music) (giggles) (clanking and clattering)
(honking) (clattering) (triumphant music) – Frames. – Fun! No feet. (clanking and clattering)
(whirring and bubbling) (clattering) (triumphant music) – Pedals. (clanking and clattering)
(whirring and bubbling) (clattering) (triumphant music) – Seats. – Seats. Not again. (giggles) (clanking and clattering)
(whirring and bubbling) (boinging) (triumphant music) Handlebars. (bell dings) (whirring and bubbling) (bell dings) – Love it. (clattering) (triumphant music) – Horns. (horns blaring) There you have it, girls and boys, a unicycle with one wheel,
a bicycle with two wheels, and a tricycle with three wheels. There’s nothing left to
do now but go for a ride. (horns blaring) Okay, I guess there’s one thing to do and that’s to teach the
Gigglebots how to ride, but at least they didn’t– (explosion booms) I don’t understand how any of those things could have exploded (sighs). But that’s okay. We’ll just build something
even more amazing next time. (moaning)
(clattering) Thanks for joining us. See you all soon (giggles) (cheers). (bell chimes) – Who wants more? – [Children] Yeah. – Sweet! Let us know by clicking the
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