Humpty Dumpty helps you learn shapes and colours
Humpty Dumpty guides you through the world of shapes and colours: can you find out, where to put the blue square, the green triangle, the red star, the white cross, the orange circle and their siblings? If you hear the word NO, you should try to place the shape differently or somewhere else. If you hear the word YES and the crowd cheering, you got it right.
Help Johnny sort out the colourful shapes
Johnny has a special shape-learning device. He has one tiny problem though: the shapes in his machine are mixed together. He has to sort them out. Can you help him? He has nine bowls: into the first bowl, he wants to put the pink octagons, the light blue parallelograms go into the second, then come the dark blue squares, the green triangles, the yellow ovals, the red stars, the orange circles, the white crosses and in the end, the grey pentagons. Nice job, Johnny!
Learn colours with magic slides
Six colourful magic slides can’t wait to help you learn the colours and numbers. The first slide is red, the second is orange, the third is yellow, the fourth is green, the fifth is blue and the sixth is purple. The colour of the balloons help you, too. Can you remember the colour of the slides? And the numbers?
Balls roll down the track to change colour
Look at the colourful balls roll down a difficult track. First goes the green ball, it jumps, slides, squeezes through the track, only to find itself in a bowl of blue balls. In the end, the green ball turns blue as well. The red ball goes down the same track and jumps into a bowl of yellow balls. It becomes yellow, too. Lastly, it’s the blue ball’s turn. In the end it becomes pink.
Ollie, the Elephant teaches you shapes and colours
Here comes Ollie, the Elephant! He is the one to turn to when it comes to shapes and colours. He has got a magic bag with all the shapes you need to know: triangle, parallelogram, square, oval, star, circle, rectangle, cross, pentagon and octagon. And look at the colours! Like the rainbow: green, light blue, dark blue, yellow, red, orange, turquoise, white, grey and magenta. Are you ready for the challenge?
Learn to count with Lily and her shark puzzle
One, two, three… Can you continue? In this video, you can learn how to count to ten with Baby Lily by counting puzzle pieces. Can you find out, where to put the blue and white pieces? They are all so similar, but if you pay attention to the shapes, it will become easier. First comes the head, then the body and in the end, the tail. The big shark is ready to swim! Are you ready to show your mommy how well you can count?
Lily teaches you the numbers
Lily is a small girl, but she can count to ten already. She is eager to teach you, too. Mysterious animal boxes will help her to do so. On the top of the first box, you can see a giraffe. When you press it, the box opens, and you can see number one. On the second box there is a panda, which hides number two. On the third box you can see a tiger hiding number three. The pig hides number four, the dog number five, the elephant number six, the bear number seven, the deer number eight, the monkey number nine and the lion number ten.
Count the trains and paint them with shiny colours
How many trains can you see? One, two, three, four, five, six! Six white trains are waiting patiently to get a shiny coating. Can you help us paint them? The first turns red, the second yellow, the third green, the fourth blue, the fifth purple and the sixth light blue. Aren’t they beautiful? The kids cheer and the trains honk merrily in the end.
Hungry ducks eat ice-cream and change colour
Five hungry ducks search for food. They can’t find anything but ice-cream. The first duck eats the blue ice-cream and turns blue! The second duck follows suit and turns yellow! The third duck eats the brown ice-cream and turns brown. The fourth duck becomes green, while the fifth becomes purple. Now you can see five shiny, colourful ducks, which aren’t hungry anymore. Can you remember their colours?
Learn the names of some Christmas shapes
Colourful balls invite you for a play in the snow. The red, yellow and green balls – some smaller, some bigger – form a shape together. You have to find out, what shape it is. A little clue: they are all connected to Christmas. If you need more help: the first is a bell, the second is a pine tree, the third is a home, the fourth is a star, the fifth is a snowman and the last is a hat.