The Birds and the Bees (Maddox) | Parents Explain | Cut


Do you know why we’re here today? uhhh, for video? That’s true, but we’re here to talk about the birds and the bees. Have you ever heard about the birds and the bees? Okay, well, I don’t know if they say that anymore but when daddy was little, they called it the birds and the bees. And Mama, they don’t even tell her in China where babies came from; she had to find out all by herself. Awwwww, poor Mommy Mhmmmm They don’t talk about it, so she was pretty surprised when you came along. [Mom:] Yes [Dad:] Right? That means … Because I was like, when I was being born–I was like where am I, in some kind of tunnel or something? [Mom:] In some kind of tunnel some kind of tunnel? Oh, you can see, huh? [Maddox:] and then, and then when you move And I was like, “oooh, a walk-in-tunnel?” What?? It’s crazy. Well before you got into that tunnel, Okay You were made and do you know how babies are made? Well, well, sometimes I call it a tunnel because there’s some kind of hole here like a igloo. [Mom:] Ohhh! Okay. [Dad:] An igloo in Mama’s belly, huh? [Mom:] So how could you get in the tunnel? [Maddox:] Well, maybe the magician sent me…? [Dad:] A magician sent you in there, huh? [Maddox:] MmmHMM! [Dad:] Well daddy must be a magician. [Mom:] A very good one! [Dad:] A very good one, right? The one “Ha-ha-ha” funny [Dad:] But we’re gonna tell you about how babies are made, would you like to know how babies are made? [Maddox:] MADE OF WATER. Humans are made of water, I knew it. [Dad:] That’s true [Maddox:] I knew it, I really knew it. [Dad:] There’s a lot of water. [Maddox:] Oh my gosh, I am so smart! When Mommy and Daddy decided we were ready to have you, right? Mommy decided that she was ready to have something inside her igloo, so Mommy and Daddy got together and we took off all our clothes [Maddox:] oh! [Dad:] and we got into side the blanket So we were really warm, and then mommy and daddy did a special dance, and there you were–that’s how you were made. [Maddox:] Oh my gosh that is…really… Really, really no good if you took off all your clothes off… [Dad:] Well, we have to take our clothes off [Maddox:] OH! [Dad:] if you want to make a baby Ooooooh ooh [Dad:] Does that surprise you? [Maddox:] ooooh Oooh my gosh, it doesn’t, really doesn’t! That’s really disgusting you know or not Ohhh it’s like…ughh, it’s.. Well, I’m glad Mama didn’t say that when daddy took his clothes off. [Mom:] I’m so sorry *laughs* Come oooon [Maddox:] Ohh [Dad:] Do you have any questions for us? Nooo! And I hope we don’t start over again [Mom:] *laughs* [Dad:] No Okay, we’re not gonna do it again Daddy *laughs*

Miss Spider’s – Sing It Sister / Ant-tuition – Ep. 10


♪ Spiders are spinning away
in the trees, ♪ ♪ Buggies are bouncing
and riding the breeze; ♪ ♪ Gliding through the sky, ♪ ♪ We’re flying high,
the fun we hatch ♪ ♪ In Sunny Patch. ♪ ♪ Coming home for hugs, ♪ ♪ Be good to bugs. ♪ ♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS!
♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪KIDS:
(GIGGLES)
OKAY, PANSY, YOUR TURN
TO BE LEAP BUG! PANSY:
(GRUNTS) WHAT’RE YOU WAITING FOR,
SNOWDROP? SNOWDROP:
JUST GETTING READY. HERE GOES… MADE IT! BOUNCE:
MY TURN! MY TURN! MY TURN! BOUNCE AWAY! SQUIRT:
BOUNCE! BOUNCE:
YAHOOO!DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ WE ARE THE DRIBBLY DELL
SING- ♪
KATIE:
EASY DOES IT, LITTLE GUY.
KIDS:
BOUNCE! OH NO! BOUNCE:
SORRY. BOUNCE?
ARE YOU OKAY? UH-HUH. THEY’RE SINGING
PRETTY MUSIC INSIDE!DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ MI-MI-MI-MI-MI-MILLIPEDES! ♪
♪ FA-FA-FA-FA-FA-FIREFLIES! ♪WOW! KATY KATYDID AND
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS ARE MY FAVOURITES! SQUIRT:
SO LET’S CHECK ‘EM OUT! PRETTY… HEY, WAIT FOR ME. KATIE:
THAT WAS SWEET AS HONEY,
YOU ALL. BUT I HAVE TO SAY
WE’RE NOT THE SAME SINCE KELLY CRICKET HOPPED OFF
AND GOT HERSELF HITCHED. KATIE?KATIE:
YES, MR. MANTIS?
MAYBE IT’S TIME
TO LOOK FOR A NEW SINGER TO JOIN OUR CHORUS? WHY, THAT’S A HUM-DINGER
OF AN IDEA, MR. MANTIS! ANY CRITTER
WHO CAN CARRY A TUNEIS WELCOME TO TRY OUT!SQUIRT:
DID YOU HEAR THAT, PANSY? DID I EVER! I’VE ALWAYS WANTED TO BE
IN THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS! THEN THIS IS
YOUR BIG CHANCE! YOU KNOW,
MAYBE I COULD!DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ MI-MI-MI-MI-MI-MILLIPEDES! ♪
PANSY: (SINGING)
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ ♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ I DON’T THINK SHE’S SINGING
THE RIGHT NOTES, MOM. SHHH. PANSY’S TRYING
HER BEST, SQUIRT. ♪ I AM A DRIBBLY DELL SINGER! ♪ (APPLAUSE) MISS SPIDER:
VERY NICE JOB, PANSY!SQUIRT:
YEAH.
UM, SOUNDED JUST LIKE
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS… ONLY, YOU KNOW, DIFFERENT. YEAH,
I NOTICED THAT, TOO. DAD, I THINK YOUR
GUITAR’S OUT OF TUNE. (GIGGLE) AHHH.
THAT MUST HAVE BEEN IT. WHY DON’T WE TRY IT AGAIN
FROM THE TOP, SWEETIE? HUH?
UM, I JUST REMEMBERED. I NEED TO GO OUTSIDE
AND PLAY. BYE. WHY DO I HAVE TO SING IT AGAIN? I ALREADY KNOW THE SONG. MISS SPIDER:
I THINK WHAT YOUR DAD’S
TRYING TO SAY IS… UM, IF TRYOUTS
ARE TOMORROW AND- YOU’RE RIGHT. I’VE GOTTA GO FIGURE OUT
WHAT COLOUR BOW I’M GONNA PUT IN MY HAIR. WON’T IT BE GREAT? ME IN THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS! ♪ ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME! ♪ (SIGHS) I’M NOT SURE PANSY’S QUITE
READY TO TRY OUT, DEAR. MAYBE NOT. BUT DON’T YOU THINK
SHE SHOULD HAVE THE CHANCE TO FOLLOW HER DREAM,
HONEY? I GUESS
YOU’RE RIGHT. MAYBE SHE’LL SING BETTER
AT THE AUDITION TOMORROW.SNOWDROP:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪
GOLLY! SHE SOUNDS BETTER ALREADY! THAT’S NOT PANSY SINGING,
HOLLEY. THAT’S…IN UNISON:
SNOWDROP?!
SNOWDROP:
♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ ♪ I AM A- ♪MISS SPIDER:
OH, HOLLEY LOOK.
DON’T STOP SINGING,
HONEY. OH. I DIDN’T KNOW ANYBUGGY
WAS LISTENING. I HAD NO IDEA
YOU HAD SUCH A PRETTY VOICE! I’LL SAY! MAYBE YOU SHOULD TRY OUT FOR
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS, TOO. OH, I COULD NEVER SING
IN FRONT OF OTHER BUGS. I’D BE TOO EMBARRASSED. MISS SPIDER:
BUT YOU JUST SANG
IN FRONT OF US. HOLLEY:
WOULDN’T BE SURPRISED IF SOME OF THE NEIGHBOURS
HEARD YOU, TOO. SNOWDROP:
EVERYBUGGY HEARD ME?! OH NO! (SIGHS) OH DEAR. PANSY:
♪ I AM A DRIBBLY DELL SINGER! ♪ THAT WAS A REAL GOOD TRY,
DARLING. BUT SOME OF THOSE NOTES
YOU WERE SINGING CAME OUT JUST A WEE
BIT SCREECH OWL-Y. THEY DID? NOW DON’T FEEL BAD,
SWEET PEA. YOU JUST NEED TO PRACTICE
A LITTLE MORE AND COME BACK ANOTHER TIME,
YOU HEAR? PANSY:
(SIGH) ♪ DOO-WASP A-DOO-WASP
A-DOO-WASP A DOO… ♪ ♪ WASP A DOO
WASP A DOO… ♪ HELLO THERE,
PANSY! HOW’RE YOU DOING? IF YOU MUST KNOW… I WASN’T GOOD ENOUGH!
(SNIFFLE) ♪ DOO-WASP A-DOO-WASP
A-DOO-WASP A DOO… ♪ ♪ WASP A DOO… ♪PANSY:
(CRYING)
MISS SPIDER:
NOW, NOW.
I’M SURE IT WASN’T THAT BAD. YES IT WAS. MY VOICE WAS ALL SQUEAKY
AND I FORGOT THE WORDS AND THE ONLY THING THEY LIKED
WAS MY BOW. I SHOULD NEVER
HAVE TRIED OUT! PANSY, IT’S NEVER
WRONG TO TRY. BUT MAYBE NEXT TIME YOU SHOULD
JUST PRACTICE A LITTLE MORE. PANSY:
(CRYING) AWW. (KISS) SNOWDROP SINGER:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ (GASPS) SNOWDROP SINGER:
♪ FA-FA-FA-FA-FA-FIREFLIES! ♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUMBLEBEES! ♪PANSY:
WOW, SNOWDROP!
YOU SING REALLY WELL! OH NO! PANSY:
SNOWDROP, COME BACK! SNOWDROP:
I’M TOO EMBARRASSED. BUT YOU SING BEAUTIFULLY. GEE, PANSY, THAT’S REALLY
NICE OF YOU TO SAY. I MEAN IT. IN FACT, DO YOU THINK
YOU COULD TEACH ME TO SING LIKE THAT? SURE!
I’M YOUR TWIN SISTER. I’LL HELP YOU. GREAT! SO WHAT DO WE DO FIRST? (RHYMING) SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ HELPS YOU
KEEP YOUR RHYTHM.GIVE IT A TRY!(RHYMING)
SWINGIN’ WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM. ♪ SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ ♪ TOGETHER:
♪ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM! ♪ HEY, I SOUND A LOT BETTER
WHEN I SING WITH YOU! ♪ SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ ♪ TOGETHER:
♪ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM! ♪ ♪ SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ ♪ ♪ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM! ♪ (GIGGLES)KATIE:
OKEY-DOKEY, BEETRICE!
LET’S HEAR YOU SING
YOUR HEART OUT, HON!
ACTUALLY, KATIE,
IT’S NOT EXACTLY SINGING. IT’S BUZZING. WHEN WE BEES FLAP OUR WINGS, THAT’S WHAT MAKES US BUZZ.
SEE? (BUZZES) KATIE:
THANK YOU! NEXT!KATIE: (PLUGGED NOSE)
YOU’RE UP, STINKY.
LET’S HEAR WHAT YOU GOT
DEEP DOWN INSIDE. RIGHT. (HICCUP) OOPS.
‘SCUSE ME. (CHUCKLE)
CAN I TRY THAT AGAIN? THAT’S OKAY,
DARLING. I GET THE IDEA.
THANKS. WELL, THAT’S IT. I’VE HEARD EVERY SINGIN’
CRITTER IN SUNNY PATCH!MISS SPIDER:
UM, KATIE?
PANSY WOULD LIKE
TO TRY AGAIN. PANSY:
AND I’VE BEEN PRACTICING! WELL, BLESS YOUR HEART. SURE, BABY GIRL.
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT. THANKS. (SIGH) I GUESS
I’M A LITTLE NERVOUS. I KIND OF FORGOT THE WORDS. MISS SPIDER:
MAYBE YOU SHOULD HELP
YOUR SISTER OUT, SNOWDROP. OKAY, MOM. ♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪OKAY,
I’VE GOT IT NOW. THANKS, SNOWDROP. AS I LIVE AND BREATHE! SNOWDROP,
YOUR VOICE IS PURTY-ER THAN THE BREEZE
IN THE PINE TREES. ME? I WAS JUST TRYING TO HELP- KATIE:
MR. MANTIS, I DO BELIEVE WE’VE FOUND OUR NEWEST
SUNNY PATCH SINGERAND HER NAME IS SNOWDROP!(GASPS, WHIMPERS
AND STARTS CRYING) OH NO. PANSY:
(SNIFFLES) OH, PANSY,
I’M SO SORRY. IT’S NOT FAIR! I WANTED TO BE IN
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS. HONEY, SHE DIDN’T MEAN
TO HURT YOU. SINGING JUST HAPPENS TO BE
SNOWDROP’S SPECIAL TALENT. SO, WE SHOULD TRY
TO BE HAPPY FOR HER. (SNIFFLE)
OKAY. I’LL TRY.
(SOBS) AWW, SWEETIE, IT’S OKAY. HURRY UP, EVERYBUGGY! WE WANT TO GET GOOD SEATS FOR YOUR SISTER’S
FIRST CONCERT! SQUIRT:
BOY, SNOWDROP’S SO SHY. I NEVER THOUGHT SHE’D
TURN OUT TO BE A SINGER! (MISS SPIDER CLEARS THROAT) OOPS! I’M SORRY, PANSY.
I JUST MEANT-PANSY:
IT’S OKAY, SQUIRT.
I WAS A LITTLE SAD AT FIRST, BUT NOW I CAN’T WAIT
FOR THE CONCERT TO START. SQUIRT:
OKAY. LET’S GO! WELL,
THAT’S EVERYBUGGY. EVERYBUGGY
EXCEPT SNOWDROP. MISS SPIDER:
SNOWDROP, THE CONCERT’S
ABOUT TO START, HONEY. EVERYTHING OKAY? I’M NOT GOING. BUT IT’S YOUR SPECIAL NIGHT,
SNOWDROP. EVERYBUGGY’S GONNA BE THERE. THAT’S WHY I’M NOT GOING. BUT YOU HAVE SUCH
A BEAUTIFUL VOICE AND WE’LL ALL BE THERE
ROOTING FOR YOU. ESPECIALLY ME! (GASP)PANSY:
IF YOU GET A LITTLE NERVOUS,
JUST LOOK OUT AT ME AND PRETEND WE’RE SWINGING
AND SINGING TOGETHER! PANSY:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ TOGETHER:
♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ (GIGGLES) AW. YOU GIRLS SING
SO BEAUTIFULLY TOGETHER. HEY! SQUIRT:
WHEN’S THE CONCERT GONNA START,
DAD? ANY MINUTE NOW,
SQUIRT. SURE HOPE MOM AND PANSY
GET HERE IN TIME TO HEAR SNOWDROP’S BIG SOLO. SORRY FOR THE DELAY, FOLKS. WE JUST GOT A LITTLE
LAST SECOND SURPRISE THAT’S GUARANTEED TO DOUBLE
YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE! (APPLAUSE) DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ MMMMMMM… ♪ SNOWDROP:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ SNOWDROP
SOUNDS GREAT! TOGETHER:
♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ ♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ WOW! PANSY SINGS
A LOT BETTER THAN THE LAST TIME
I HEARD HER! SHE DID A LOT
OF PRACTICING. AND SHE HAD A SISTER
WHO WAS THERE TO HELP HER. ALL:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ ♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ ♪ WE ARE THE DRIBBLY
DELL SINGERS! ♪ BEETRICE:
BRRRR. MISS SPIDER:
HI BEETRICE! HI MISS SPIDER!
HI SQUIRT! HI. WHAT A SPIDER-IFIC KID. HELPING YOUR MOM GET FOOD
STORED UP FOR THE WINTER. WE’VE BEEN WORKING
ALL MORNING. MISS SPIDER:
WE HAVE BEEN WORKING HARD. THERE’S SO MUCH TO DO BEFORE THE FIRST FROST
HITS SUNNY PATCH. OH, IT FEELS LIKE IT’S GOING TO
FREEZE OVER SOONER THAN LATER. BRRR. I’M GOING INSIDE. NOW CAN I GO PLAY, MOM? I’VE BEEN HELPING ALL MORNING. THERE’S PLENTY MORE TO DO,
SQUIRT. SQUIRT:
BUT THE COZY HOLE IS ALREADY
STOCKED FULL OF STUFF. AND I REALLY,
REALLY WANT TO GO SURF MY WEB. WE STILL HAVE TO FILL UP
THE HOLLOW STUMP. I’M AFRAID IT’S GOING
TO HAVE TO BE “WORK NOW AND PLAY LATER.” (SIGH) BUT MOM… IT’S STILL SO NICE OUT. MISS SPIDER:
I KNOW YOU WANT TO GO PLAY,
SWEETIE. BUT WE HAVE TO FINISH OUR
WORK BEFORE THE COLD COMES. BUGS FROM ALL OVER SUNNY PATCHARE IN THE MEADOW
FILLING OUR STUMP.
LOOK OUT BELOW! BOUNCE:
I GOT IT! (GIGGLES)DRAGON:
LOOK OUT BELOW!
(GIGGLES) ♪ AT THIS RATE SUNNY PATCH
WILL BE MORE THAN READY FOR THE FIRST FROST
OF THE YEAR! I CAN THINK
OF A TON OF STUFF THAT WOULD BE MORE FUN
TO DO THAN THIS. ONE AT A TIME SQUIRT,
OR YOU MIGHT… SQUIRT:
WHOA! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOA! OOOF! HUH? UH-OH. WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH!
DON’T!TED:
HEY!
NED:
WHAT’S THE BIG IDEA
WAKING US UP SO EARLY? HEY, TED, DID YOU ORDER
A SEED DELIVERY? TED:
NOT ME, NED. UH, THAT’S MINE.
SORRY. WE’RE JUST FILLING UP
THE HOLLOW STUMP. A COUPLE OF MY SEEDS
GOT AWAY. TED:
YOU’RE HARVESTING! WE WERE GOING TO HARVEST
THOSE SEEDS. EVENTUALLY. NOW WE’RE GOING TO HAVE
TO GO TO THE NEXT MEADOW TO TOP UP THE
COLONY’S STORES. YEAH, WHAT’S
THE BIG HURRY, KID? THE FIRST FROST IS COMING. WE HAVE TO BE READY
BEFORE IT GETS HERE. FROST? DID YOU SAY FROST?! (LAUGHING) FROST WON’T BE COMING
ANYTIME SOON. IT WON’T? HOW DO YOU KNOW? OH, WE KNOW. HOW? WE HAVE A HUNCH. IT’S OUR INTUITION. CALL IT OUR
ANT-TUITION! HA! GOOD ONE, NED. BUT THAT’S JUST A HUNCH! YOU KNOW,
I’VE GOT A HUNCH. FIRST, LET’S DO LUNCH. I’VE GOT THIS FEELING
IN MY GUTS. NED AND TED:
HEY, WHERE’D WE HIDE
THOSE NUTS? IT’S A LITTLE BIT
FUZZY. MY ANTENNAE’S
KINDA BUZZY. IT’S A VIBE
IN THE HILL, CALL IT WHAT YOU WILL… TED AND NED:
CALL IT ANT-TUITION!TED:
IT’S A FEELING IN YOUR BELLY,
MAKES IT JIGGLE
LIKE GRAPE JELLY. TED:
NOW DON’T YOU FORGET IT, NED:
YOU’LL KNOW WHEN YOU GET IT. TED:
IT WILL COME TO FRUITION NED:
‘CAUSE IT’S ANT-TUITION. TED AND NED:
ANT-TUITION. 100% GUARANTEED. ANT’S HONOR
OR YOUR CRUMBS BACK. OFFER NOT AVAILABLE
IN ALL ANTHILLS. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. IN UNISON:
ANT-TUITION!
OH YEAH! ANT-TUITION, HUH? TED:
THAT’S RIGHT,
MY LITTLE EIGHT-LEGGED FRIEND. ANT-TUITION! NED:
YOU CAN NEVER GO WRONG
WHEN YOU TRUST YOUR ANT-TUITION. SO THERE IS NO FROST COMING? NED:
OH, TRUST ME. OUR TUNNELS GO FOR MILES
AND MILES UNDER THE GROUND. WORD ON THE HILL IS THAT IT’S GOING TO BE
TOASTY AND WARM FOR A GOOD LONG TIME
TO COME. I WAS JUST TELLING
MY MOM THIS MORNING THAT IT WAS STILL WARM. TED:
YOU TELL YOUR MOM THAT TED AND NED
ARE SO POSITIVELY… NED:
ABSOLUTELY SURE IT’S GOING TO STAY WARM, THAT WE’RE THROWING A “THIS SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END”
PARTY. TED:
WE ARE? IT WON’T?
OH, GOODY! A “THIS-SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END”
PARTY? COOL! IT’S B-Y-O-S,
OF COURSE. B-Y-O-S? BRING YOUR OWN SEEDS,
LITTLE BUG! SQUIRT:
NEAT! SEE YOU LATER. NED:
THE WHOLE NEIGHBOURHOOD’S
INVITED! OH, YEAH, BABY! SQUIRT:
TED AND NED ARE HAVING A “THIS-SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END”
PARTY TONIGHT. EVERYONE IS INVITED. A PARTY! OH BOY! A PARTY! LOOK OUT! AHHHHH! OOOF! OH, THAT STINGS! WHAT’S THE BUZZ? BOUNCE:
WHERE’S EVERYBUGGY GOING?SQUIRT:
HEY GUYS!
NED AND TED ARE HAVING A “THIS
SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END” PARTY! (CHEERING) SUMMER’S NOT ENDING?
EVER? WHAT MAKES NED AND TED THINK
THAT SUMMER IS NEVER ENDING? SQUIRT:
THEY HAVE ANT-TUITION. ANT-TUITION, HUH?
HMMM. MY SPIDER COMMON SENSE
TELLS ME THEY’RE WRONG TO RELY
ON A HUNCH. BOUNCE:
COME ON, LETS GO! WIGGLE:
I BET THIS PARTY’S GONNA HOP. HOORAY! PANSY:
THANKS FOR LETTING US GO,
MOM. SPINNER:
I’M GOING TO DANCE
UNTIL I WILT! AREN’T YOU COMING,
MOM AND DAD? HOLLEY:
YOUR MOM AND I HAVE TO FINISH
WEAVING WINTER BLANKETS AND THEN WE’RE GOING TO UNLOAD
THE LAST OF THE SEEDS INTO THE HOLLOW STUMP. SQUIRT:
CAN’T YOU DO IT LATER? MISS SPIDER:
YOU KNOW, SQUIRT,
GRANDMA BETTY ALWAYS SAYS, “A BUG WHO DOES HIS CHORES, IS NICE AND WARM
WHEN WINTER’S AT HIS DOOR.” HOLLEY:
GOING ON A HUNCH IS RECKLESS,
SQUIRT. WE BUGS HAVE TO FACE
THE FACTS. MISS SPIDER:
WINTER IS ON OUR DOORSTEP. WE’VE SEEN THE SIGNS. WHAT SIGNS? MISS SPIDER:
WHY DON’T WE ALL WALK
TO THE PARTY, AND WE’LL SEE IF YOU CAN
SPOT THE SIGNS ALONG THE WAY. (LOUD DANCE MUSIC) NED AND TED:
OOH, THANK YOU,
THANK YOU, THANK YOU. (LAUGHTER) ARE WE GOING TO GET
TO THE PARTY SOON? HOLLEY:
SOON. SQUIRT:
I DON’T WANT TO MISS
ALL THE FUN. MISS SPIDER:
FIRST LET’S WATCH
AND LISTEN. WHAT ARE WE LISTENING FOR? WHAT DO YOU HEAR? NOTHING. EXACTLY! THAT’S STRANGE. IT’S SO QUIET. THERE ARE NO FROGS CROAKING! WHERE DID ALL THE FROGS GO? MISS SPIDER:
THE FROGS HAVE ALREADY DUG THEIR LITTLE BURROWS
IN THE MUD TO HIDE FOR THE WINTER. EVERYTHING IN SUNNY PATCH IS GETTING READY
FOR COLD WEATHER. BUT TED AND NED SAID IT’S NOT GOING TO GET COLD
FOR A LONG TIME. ALL:
(GASP) LOOK! GEESE! AND WHERE DO YOU THINK
THOSE GEESE ARE FLYING? TO NED AND TED’S “THIS-SUMMER
WILL-NEVER-END” PARTY? UM… NO. THEY’RE HEADING SOUTH. BECAUSE IT’S NICE AND WARM
IN THE SOUTH. AND THE COLD IS COMING HERE. MISS SPIDER:
THAT’S RIGHT. (GUST OF WIND) SQUIRT:
HEY, LOOK. HOLLEY:
THESE BERRIES
ARE ANOTHER SIGN OF WINTER. THE BIGGER THE CROP,
THE COLDER IT WILL BE. AND THERE ARE TONS
OF THEM! WAY MORE
THEN LAST YEAR. MAYBE TED AND NED’S HUNCH
WASN’T SUCH A GOOD ONE. (WIND WHISTLES BY) (SHIVERS) IT IS GETTING A LITTLE COLD. MAYBE WE SHOULD
GET BACK TO WORK AND FILL
THE HOLLOW STUMP, JUST IN CASE. MISS SPIDER:
“JUST IN CASE” IS A GOOD REASON
TO GET WORK DONE, SQUIRT. EVERYBODY LIMBO, MAN! (LAUGHTER) TED:
OH NEDY, GET DOWN TO THE FLOOR,
OLD BROTHER OF MINE!SQUIRT:
HEY, EVERYBUGGY!
WE SHOULD GET BACK
TO COLLECTING OUR SEEDS. PILLBUG:
WE DON’T NEED TO. REMEMBER, ANT-TUITION! I’VE SEEN THE SIGNS. EVERYTHING IN SUNNY PATCH
IS GETTING READY FOR THE COLD. EVERYTHING EXCEPT US. HEY, HEY!
CHILL OUT, SQUIRT. YEAH.
BUZZ OFF. WE’RE HAVING A PARTY BECAUSE “THIS SUMMER
WILL NEVER END!” WOO HOO! PARTY! (SIGH) NO ONE’S LISTENING TO ME,
MOM. THEY ALL JUST WANT
TO HAVE A GOOD TIME. MISS SPIDER:
THAT’S OKAY, HONEY. WE’LL GET THE WORK DONE. ♪ ♪ HOLLEY:
PHEW! I THINK THAT WRAPS IT UP. WE’RE READY FOR WHATEVER
WEATHER HITS SUNNY PATCH. NOW THAT OUR WORK IS ALL DONE,
LET’S HAVE SOME FUN! (CHEERING) ♪ (WIND WHISTLES BY) (SNEEZE) (SHIVERS) HOLLEY:
THE FIRST FROST IS ON US,
GANG. EUNICE:
OH NO, FROST! WE DIDN’T STORE UP
OUR SEEDS. PILLBUG:
WHAT ABOUT ALL THE SEEDS
WE BROUGHT TO THE PARTY? EUNICE:
GOOD IDEA! (GASP) THEY’RE GONE! WHERE ARE THEY? TED:
(BELCHES) ‘SCUSE ME. SORRY. THEY WERE
IRRESISTIBLE. EUNICE:
THE FIRST FROST IS HERE AND YOU’VE EATEN
ALL OF OUR SEEDS! FROST?! NED:
LET’S GET OUT OF HERE. TED:
SEE YOU! I DON’T WANNA BE HUNGRY!
I DON’T WANNA BE HUNGRY! WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO? MISS SPIDER:
THERE’S NO NEED TO FRET,
EUNICE. THE HOLLOW STUMP IS FULL. WHILE EVERYONE ELSE
PARTIED THE DAY AWAY, WE FILLED IT UP! THERE’S TONS OF FOOD
FOR EVERYONE. (SHIVERS) I’M COLD, NED. OH, I’M HUNGRY,
TED.NED:
WE’RE GOING TO BE ANT POPSICLES
BY MORNING.
SQUIRT:
IT’S PRETTY,
BUT IT SURE IS
COLD OUT HERE. WE’RE THE COSIEST BUGS
IN ALL OF SUNNY PATCH.NED:
YOU KNOW WHAT TED?
TED:
WHAT NED? NED:
I’VE GOT A HUNCH THAT THIS
IS GONNA BE A GREAT WINTER. THAT’S YOUR
ANT-TUITION, NED. RIGHT YOU ARE,
TED. IN UNISON:
OH YEAH!

How Do Ants Find Food? | Animal Science for Kids


Squeaks and I just got back from a picnic
outside. We brought all of our favorite picnic foods:
sandwiches, fruit, and even some cookies for dessert. That’s true, we also got some unexpected
visitors! Some ants came to check out our picnic, too. They carried away some of our crumbs! The ants that came to our picnic were worker
ants, and it’s their job to collect food. See, ants live together in homes called anthills. If you’ve ever seen a little pile of sand
on the sidewalk with ants crawling all over it — that’s an anthill! The different ants that live in the anthill
have different jobs. There’s one big ant called the queen. Her job is to lay all of the eggs that will
hatch into baby ants. Then there are the males, all of the boy ants
that take care of the queen. The queen and the males hardly ever leave
the anthill. The rest of the ants are called workers. They do things like build the ant hill tunnels,
protect the anthill, and go out to find food to bring back for the queen and the males. The worker ants do have to work really hard,
Squeaks. They need to find enough food to feed themselves,
the queen, and the males, not to mention the baby ants. Luckily, the workers have some special skills
that help them to find plenty of food. When a worker ant is out looking for food,
she uses her great sense of smell to sniff out any food in the area. But instead of using a nose like us, she uses
her antennae, the two little things sitting on top of her head. An ant’s antennae are actually better at
smelling than a human’s nose. They can easily smell things that people can’t
smell at all. And when a worker ant’s antennae smell some
tasty food, like the fruit at our picnic, she can follow the smell until she finds the
food. Now that she knows where the food is, she
can use her eyes to look around at what’s near the food, like a tree or our bright picnic
blanket. If she needs to find the food again, she’ll
look for those familiar sights until she finds the food. And ants will eat just about anything. Most ants are omnivores, meaning that they’ll
eat plants, other animals, and all sorts of things. The different foods they like to eat all have
different smells, so the ant can smell out which one she wants to bring home today. Ants love sugar, so it makes sense that they
went after our cookie crumbs! They were really big pieces for one tiny ant
to carry, Squeaks. But ants are incredibly strong! They can carry something that’s up to 50
times heavier than they are. That would be like you picking up a small
car! But if something is too heavy even for an
ant, a bunch of other worker ants will come help her out. Squeaks, how do you think the other ants find
the first worker ant? That’s right, they use their antennae and
their sense of smell. When a worker ant is on the trail for some
tasty food, she can leave a smelly trail behind her, which the other ants can follow using
their antennae. When a whole group of ants is following a
trail like this, they form a line of helpers ready to use
some teamwork to move some big food. At our picnic, they even managed to move a
whole cookie together. One ant is pretty strong by herself, but by
working together, these ants are incredible. I’m glad they came to visit our picnic,
too! And I’m glad that the whole anthill will
have food now. What about you? Have you ever seen worker ants looking for
food? What would you look for if you had super-smeller
antennae? Grab a grownup to help you leave a comment
below, or send us an email at [email protected] We’ll see you next time, here at the fort.

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Spidey & The Wasp Ruin Rhino’s Rampage! | Marvel Super Hero Adventures – Stomp and Listen | SHORT


Oh, hi. Excuse me, sir. I know you have important
pigeon things to do, but I’m trying to
practice a new move. Could you possibly
scoot over, please? Thank you. It’s important to speak up and
be clear about what you want. It’s a lesson I learned
when the wasp and I tried to save the city
from the evil Rhino. (crashing) Rhino got loose
from the lab and is on another one
of his Rhino rampages. You get the big guy. I’ll clear people
out of harm’s way. Hey, you Rhino,
remember me? What are you doing?
Anything interesting? (grunt) (thud) So this is where I say
something funny, you get mad, I web you up,
and then I win. Oh, maybe he
didn’t hear me. Guess we’ll have to
try another plan. That man is in Rhino’s path. Hey! This way!
Hurry! I might not be able to
get him to slow down, but this dump truck might. (growl) Hee-ya! (crash) I really thought
that would do it. We need another
way to stop Rhino. But now we need
to find him first. I’ve got a lock on him. He’s still running, but the
street in front of him is completely empty. So I’m clear to grab Rhino. Wait! It was completely empty. Now there’s a bus in the way
and people who could get hurt! This time, I’ll get
the people to safety. You slow down Rhino. (grunt) Hey! You! Hold it right there. (clanging) (grunt) That got his attention. I hope that was enough
time for Spidey to get the people
to safety. Hey, everybody. You need to leave before
Rhino gets here. Quick! Are you some street performer
dressed up like Spider-Man? No, I’m the actual Spider-man! You have to get out of the way! (click) Spidey! Get their
attention and warn them. I’m trying but
nobody listens to me. Ladies and gentlemen! If I can have your
attention, please. A rampaging rhino
villain has gotten loose and is about to come
down this street. So everyone needs to clear the
area until Spider-Man and I can recapture him. Thank you, everyone. Wow. You got them to listen. Since I’m tiny, people
don’t always hear me. Whenever I’m being ignored, I speak up and I’m clear
about what I want. You just gave me an idea. You were clear and the
people did what you said. We’ll do the same
thing to Rhino. Only this time,
we’ll be clear. So we can lead him
into a trap. Let’s do it! Stop! Rhino! I need you
to listen to me. You have to surrender
and stop your rampage. Did you hear what
Spidey said? He said you need to
give yourself up and go back into custody. (angry growl) Yep, I think
he heard us! (angry growl) Wet cement! That
should do it. I think you’re right. C’mon Rhino, this way! (angry growl) (cheering) I was so sure I knew the
best way to stop Rhino. But I didn’t, and
he almost got away. Thankfully, Wasp showed me that
the best way to get someone to listen is to be clear
about what you want. That gave me the idea
to save those tourists by tricking Rhino. A big adventure with
my best small friend. Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo.

🎶 Itsy Bitsy Spider – Kids Songs – Nursery Rhymes – Socratica Kids – Incy Wincy Spider 🎶


Hi everyone! I’m Farmer Tony. And I want to introduce you to my friend the itsy bitsy spider. Hey Itsy! Don’t let his small size
fool ya! He’s actually a very brave and strong little spider, and today he’s going to climb this waterspout! Good luck! ♪🎵 SINGING ♫🎶
The itsy bitsy spider climbed up the water spout Down came the rain and washed the spider out Out came the sun and dried up all the rain And the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout again Hey there
little buddy! Sorry about all this rain. But it’s all sunny and dry now. Would you like to try again? You
would ?! All right! That’s what I like to hear! ♪🎵 SINGING ♫🎶
The teensy weensy spider got up to try again! Down came the rain and sent him for a spin Out came the sun and dried up all the rain And the teensy weensy spider got up to try
again Phew! That was some downpour! Are you OK? Glad to hear it! Do you want to try one more time? Excellent! You have 8 strong spider
legs, so I’m sure you can do it! Come on, everybody, let’s cheer him on! ♪🎵 SINGING ♫🎶
The strong and steady spider got up and stomped his feet Down came the rain, but he could not be beat! Every step was hard but he refused to stop And the strong and steady spider made it to the top. Hey! You made it! Great job little guy! Now you can build your web and catch some flies. Remember, sometimes life
is challenging. When that happens, you’ve just gotta pick yourself up and try again. Just like our friend, the itsy bitsy spider. Lookin’ good, buddy! Thanks for watching! 🙂

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