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    Number Train | Learn to Count from 1 to 100 for Kids in English

    October 18, 2019


    Welcome back to Brain Candy TV Hey Brainiacs, check it out… Here comes the numbers train! Let’s read the numbers and see if we can count
    the all of the objects on the train! One One sailboat Two One, two, sports cars Three One, two, three tractors Four One, two, three, four bicycles Five One, two, three, four, five trophies Six One, two, three, four, five, six butterflies Seven One, two, three, four, five, six, seven soccer balls Eight One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight balloons Nine One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight nine hamburgers Ten One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten rockets! Great job! Now let’s count up to twenty! Eleven Twelve Thirteen Fourteen Fifteen Sixteen Seventeen Eighteen Nineteen and twenty! Now let’s count up by tens Thirty Fourty Fifty Sixty Seventy Eighty Ninety One hundred! Nice work, we did it! Great job! Wow, that was so much fun! OK Lizzy, let’s review the numbers by 10s Here’s 10 balls Hold on Lizzy, you have to wait until we finish
    the lesson This is 20 Here’s 30 40 balls This is 50 60 70 Now we’re up to 80 90 100 balls! OK, Lizzy, go get ’em! Hey Brainiacs, if you liked this video, don’t forget to subscribe by clicking on the red button Or ask your parents to give you a hand You can also see more of our videos by clicking here See you next time

    Learn to Count with Shawn the Train  –  Fun and Educational Cartoon for Kids
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    Learn to Count with Shawn the Train – Fun and Educational Cartoon for Kids

    October 14, 2019


    Hi, my name is Shawn.
    I want to help you learn numbers. Let’s count all the objects in my wagons. I have ONE(1) car. ONE(1) TWO(2) construction cones. ONE(1), TWO(2) THREE(3) drums. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3) FOUR(4) wheels. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4) FIVE(5) mailboxes. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5) SIX(6) jars of jam. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6) SEVEN(7) keys. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7) EIGHT(8) balls. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7), EIGHT(8) NINE(9) nails. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7), EIGHT(8), NINE(9) And TEN(10)… Oh, no! My crates fell on the ground.
    Now my wagon has ZERO(0) crates. Help me count to TEN(10) to put them back in my wagon. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7), EIGHT(8), NINE(9), TEN(10) We did it! Thank you!
    Now we’re ready to go. Let’s go! Wait car! I didn’t mean you go, I meant “Let’s go!”
    Ok. Let’s count numbers one more time. ONE(1), TWO(2), THREE(3), FOUR(4), FIVE(5),
    SIX(6), SEVEN(7), EIGHT(8), NINE(9), and TEN(10)

    Learn to Count with Max the Glow Train and Team | The Amazing Water Adventure
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    Learn to Count with Max the Glow Train and Team | The Amazing Water Adventure

    October 11, 2019


    Look out! One watermelon is coming your way! This is a big watermelon! Two carrots!
    Three peppers. Four potatoes. Five tomatoes! Pete, get ready to haul six kiwis. What else do we have here? Seven cucumbers! Eight cherries! Nine radishes! And ten strawberries. Hi, Daisy. Hi! I’m so glad to see you!
    Today, we’re going to count these fruits and vegetables. By the way, meet our new friends Bob the wooden excavator,
    Fen the boat and Kai the submarine! Let’s start counting! We have ONE watermelon! Two carrots! ONE, TWO! Okay, number three. We have three peppers! ONE, TWO, THREE! Four potatoes.
    ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR! Five tomatoes.
    ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE! What’s wrong, Bubble? Don’t worry, we’re just counting fruits and vegetables! Six kiwis!
    ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, SIX! Seven cucumbers!
    ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, SIX, SEVEN! Eight cherries!
    ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE,
    SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT! Let’s count the radishes!
    ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE,
    SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT, NINE! And now we will count my favorite fruit—strawberries! ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE,
    SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT, NINE, TEN! Oh, no! Bubble accidentally flooded the kitchen. What are we going to do? All of our fruits and vegetables are in the water! We need to help Daisy get back into the fish tank! Don’t worry! I’m a boat and I’ll help you get all of the floating fruits and vegetables. And I am a submarine.
    I can go underwater and get all of the fruits and vegetables that sank. Sounds great! ONE watermelon. I found TWO carrots! THREE peppers coming your way! I found FOUR potatoes. FIVE tomatoes. SIX kiwis. SEVEN cucumbers! Here you are. EIGHT cherries! I see NINE radishes. And TEN strawberries! We found Daisy. Now, we must drain all of this water. Today, we’ve learned more than just how to count to ten.
    We’ve learned how important it is … to turn the water off when you’re finished using it.

    The Number Adventure at the Train Factory with Shawn and Team! – Full Cartoon
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    The Number Adventure at the Train Factory with Shawn and Team! – Full Cartoon

    September 2, 2019


    (Speedy) Hi, I’m Speedy! We’re here to take you to the train factory. (Rusty) Hi, and I am Rusty the robot. We are very glad you are coming along. Look, here’s Shawn on the monitor. (Shawn) Hi, how are you? I’m very happy that you’re coming to the factory! (Dexter) OK, Shawn, I am moving out ten containers. (Shawn) Thank you, Dexter. You can help us build the trains and learn about the numbers. On the way to the factory Rusty the Robot will show you what we do here. I suppose you’ve met Speedy, too. He’s a quick little train but I think Rusty will keep him in check. (Rusty) OK. You can operate this train. Push this lever forward to accelerate. We cannot travel faster than ten miles per hour. We want everybody to be safe at the factory. (Speedy) I can go a lot faster than ten miles per hour, but the robot won’t let me. (Rusty) We’re going a little too fast. Pull this lever to slow down to ten miles per hour. Thank you. Here we test different trains. We use numbers a lot. We count train parts when we build trains. We count how many objects a train can carry. (Dexter) Hello everyone. (Rusty) Hello. (Dexter) Hey, Robot, don’t close the gate yet. Thanks. (Rusty) We also measure the weight of the objects using numbers. We calculate how much weight each train car can hold from a light ONE (1) ton to a heavy ONE HUNDRED (100) tons. We also measure distance and speed using numbers. We have slow trains like Donald and fast trains like Benny. (Benny) Okay Donald, Are you ready to race again? (Donald) Bring it on, Benny. (Rusty) By the time Donald travels THREE (3) sections Benny has traveled TEN (10). (Donald) Oh, no. Not again! (Rusty) When you go to school they will teach you about numbers and measuring. We’re arriving at the facility. (Shawn) Hi. I’m so glad you’re here. Let me introduce you to the team. You already know Speedy and Rusty and this is Donald. (Donald) Hi. It is very nice to meet you again. (Benny) I don’t know how you got here first. (Donald) I told you I would win this time. (Benny) I am very glad to see you again. Shawn, we might have to replace my two headlights. I don’t see well at night anymore. (Shawn) No problem, Benny. Dexter is coming back. (Dexter) It’s nice to meet you. Thank you for coming over to help us. (Shawn) Okay, it’s time to go to work. (Chief) Don’t forget about me.
    How are you doing. I am Dan but everybody calls me Chief. Okay, guys, I am not going to delay you. I have to go clean the test tracks. (Shawn) See you later Chief. Oh, wait! Let’s all take a picture. ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3). Okay, it’s time to go to work. We are at the Assembly and Repair Stations. The first number you will learn is the number 1 (ONE). We have one big container we have to lower. Go ahead and push the button. (Computer) Greetings! ONE (1), ZERO (0). (Shawn) Oops, right now we have ZERO (0) containers. (Computer) ONE (1) (Shawn) Okay, Donald, you can move it out. (Donald) No problem! Moving out ONE (1) container! (Shawn) Look, Benny is at Station Number 2 (TWO). He needs TWO (2) headlights replaced. (Benny) Okay, I am ready for my TWO (2) new headlights. (Computer) TWO (2) (Shawn) ONE (1) TWO (2) (Computer) ONE (1) TWO (2) (Shawn) Well done! (Benny) Thank you very much. Now I can see a lot better! (Shawn) This electric train needs THREE (3) doors. Thank you. (Computer) THREE (3) ONE (1) TWO (2) THREE (3) (Shawn) At Station Number 4 (FOUR) we install wheels. Release FOUR (4) wheels for this passenger car. (Computer) FOUR (4) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4) (Shawn) At Station 5 (FIVE) we weld steps. Do you want to help me weld steps? We’ve already welded FOUR (4) steps. We still need the step number 5 (FIVE). (Computer) FIVE (5) FIVE (5) (Shawn) Well done! This wooden train car needs 6 planks. (Computer) SIX (6) (Shawn) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6) We install glass windows at Station 7 (SEVEN). Okay, let’s install them. (Computer) SEVEN (7) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7) (Shawn) It’s okay. I have another one. (Computer) SEVEN (7) (Shawn) At Station 8 (EIGHT) we install bolts. We need EIGHT (8) of them. (Computer) EIGHT (8) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8) (Shawn) The next TWO (2) stations are different. Instead of counting objects we will measure distance and count the amount. (Speedy) Can I go with you? (Shawn) Of course! At Station Number 9 (NINE) we install engines. Instead of counting objects we will count distance. We have to lift the train NINE (9) feet to fit the engine. (Computer) NINE (9) (Shawn) ZERO (0), ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8), NINE (9) At the last station we are going to fill the engine with TEN (10) gallons of oil. Instead of counting objects we will measure liquid using numbers. We are going to count backwards! (Speedy) I can count backwards. (Computer) TEN (10) (Speedy) TEN (10), NINE (9), EIGHT (8), SEVEN (7), SIX (6), FIVE (5), FOUR (4), THREE (3), TWO (2), ONE (1), ZERO (0) The engine is filled up! (Shawn) Thank you both for your help. Let me show you our secret station, Station Number 5 (FIVE). Can you help me type the password? (Computer) Please enter your password. (Shawn) The password is THREE (3), FOUR (4), ONE (1), FIVE (5), TWO (2). (Computer) I am sorry, try again. (Shawn) ZERO (0), NINE (9), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8), SIX (6). (Computer) Access granted. (Shawn) Well done. This is our prototype train. He is a jet train. We call him J-1000. He can go up to 1,000 miles per hour. He is the fastest train ever built! (Speedy) Even faster than Benny? (Shawn) Yes! (Speedy) Wow! (Shawn) Do you want to see how the engine blades spin? Push the green button, number 1 (ONE). (Computer) ONE (1). Program activated. (Shawn) Now push the yellow button number 2 (TWO). (Computer) TWO (2). (Shawn) And now the orange button, number 3 (THREE). Do not push the red button or the jet train will launch. (Computer) THREE (3). (Speedy) This is so cool! (Shawn) Okay, let’s turn the engines off. Push… Oh, no! I got connected to the jet train. Help me get unstuck. (Speedy) We will! (Rusty) I will help you. Do you want me to push the red button? (Computer) Four (4). Data transfer complete. All phases complete. Autopilot activated. (Shawn) No! That button is not for that! (Speedy) Come on! Let’s help Shawn. Look there is another set of engines. (Computer) All phases complete. Autopilot activated. (Chief) My mustache! (Shawn) Can you help me disable the engines? You will have to climb onto the J-1000 and type the code. Okay! Jump on the count of THREE (3). ONE (1)… (Speedy) Look out! (Shawn) ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3) (Shawn) Be careful! The code is ZERO (0), ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8), NINE (9) (Speedy) Look out! (Computer) Activation code denied. (Shawn) No! (Rusty) Hold on! (Rusty) ZERO (0), ONE (1), TWO (2), THREE (3), FOUR (4), FIVE (5), SIX (6), SEVEN (7), EIGHT (8), NINE (9), TEN (10) (Computer) Data transfer complete. Shutting down. TEN (10), NINE (9), EIGHT (8), SEVEN (7), SIX (6), FIVE (5), FOUR (4), THREE (3), TWO (2), ONE (1), ZERO (0). Program terminated. (Speedy) Wow! This was faster than 10 (TEN) miles per hour! (Shawn) Thank you all for your help. If you did not know the numbers we would not have stopped the jet train. It’s nice to have good friends who can help you when you need them.

    Train derails near Portales after hitting milk truck
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    Train derails near Portales after hitting milk truck

    August 29, 2019


    WORKING OVERNIGHT AFTER A TRAIN DERAILMENT IN EASTERN NEW MEXICO. VIDEO SHOWS THE AFTERMATH AFTER THE TRAIN COLLIDED WITH A MILK TRUCK ALONG HIGHWAY 70 BETWEEN PORTALES AND CLOVIS. THE CRASH THIS AFTERNOON LEAD TO THREE TRAINS AND NINE CARS DERAILED. ACCORDING TO NEWS THREE NEW MEXICO– THE MILK TRUCK DRIVER WAS TRANSPORTED TO A NEARBY HOSPITAL WITH MINOR INJURIES. THE SOUTHBOUND RIGHT LANE IS EXPECTED TO BE CLOSED FOR AT LEAST THE NEXT TWO DAYS.

    Triangle (3-Strand) Stitch – Starting/Doing the Stitch
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    Triangle (3-Strand) Stitch – Starting/Doing the Stitch

    August 27, 2019


    For the triangle stitch you’ll need three pieces of gimp that are all the same length. Start by taking all three pieces at one end and tie a knot leaving about an inch or two of gimp hanging off. After tying the knot, separate all three strands, making one of them the top strand. I’m going to make my top strand yellow, and you’ll need to remember whatever your top strand is for all the stitches. So I’ll take my yellow top strand and bring it over the green strand. Then I’ll take the green strand and bring it over the blue strand. Finally, I’ll take the blue strand and bring it through the yellow loop. Then pull on all three strands to give us our first stitch. Again, we’re going to bring yellow to the top. For the first stitch, I brought yellow over green, but when we do the triangle stitch, we actually need to alternate to keep it straight. So I’m going to bring yellow over blue. Then blue over green, and green through the yellow loop. There’s our second stitch. I’ll keep alternating stitches, bringing my top strand over green, and top strand over blue, switching off with every stitch, until I get to the final stitch.