Monster Truck Dan Plays Soccer
Johnny the Cricket Song
Take me out to the ball game
Take me out with the crowd Buy me some peanuts and cracker jack
I don’t care if I never get back Let me root, root, root for the home team
If they don’t win, it’s a shame For it’s one, two, three strikes your out
At the old ball game Take me out to the ball game
Take me out with the crowd Buy me some peanuts and cracker jack
I don’t care if I never get back Let me root, root, root for the home team
If they don’t win, it’s a shame For it’s one, two, three strikes your out
At the old ball game
Let the game begin! The best kid on the team has got the ball! He never misses a goal But he has never played against Zippy Great block Zippy He is going to kick again! Woah! Two for two! Keep it up Zippy Woah Check out Princess Pickles, she’s got some awesome Soccer skills! Watch out Zippy! They are about to score! What! Go Zippy! Nothing get’s past you! Princess Pickles is taking it to the goal! Great playing everyone! Go Pixie! Go Sunny! Pixie has got the ball! And she has never score a goal before Go for it Pixie! Yeah we believe in you!
♪ ♪ Max and Ruby ♪ ♪ Ruby and Max ♪ ♪ ♪ Max and Ruby ♪ ♪ Ruby and Max ♪ ♪ ♪ Max and Ruby ♪ ♪ ♪ Ruby and her little
brother, Max ♪ ♪ ♪ Max and Ruby ♪ [laughter] ♪ ♪ Stick! ♪ I’m sure there are lots of other
sticks that’ll be perfect for your flipping
chicks to flip onto. ♪ Stick! Oh, sorry Max. Louise and I are on a
very important mission. Today’s the day we
try to earn our Bunny Scout Insect
Expert Badge! Right, Bunny Scout Louise? Right, Bunny Scout Ruby! I’ve got my camera all ready! And I’ve got my Insect
Expert Guidebook! You see, Max, to earn our Bunny
Scout Insect Expert Badge, Louise and I have to find the
most unusual looking insect in the garden… And take a picture of it
for Bunny Scout Leader! Stick! Okay. You go look for your stick,
and we’ll look for the most unusual insect. Good luck, Max. ♪ Stick! ♪ (gasp!) (giggles) ♪ Ah …
Ruby? Yes, Louise? How will we know when we find
an unusual looking insect? Because it’ll look… unusual… You mean, like something
we’ve never seen before? Exactly. We’ll know it when
we see it because we’ve never
seen it before! Like… something likethat? Like what? Louise,
you did it! You found an unusual
looking insect! Yay! We’re gonna get our Bunny
Scout Inspect Expert Badges! Shhh!
We don’t want to scare it away. Oh!
Right, Ruby. According to my Insect
Expert Guidebook, the bug you’ve found is
called a Horned Beetle. Wow! I think Bunny Scout Leader
will be very happy. Iknowshe will! You’re better at taking
pictures than I am Ruby.. Are you sure, Louise? We’re a team!
Right Bunny Scout Rubby? Right, Bunny Scout Louise! Oh, this looks good…… One… Two… — Stick! OH! Max, what are you doing?! Good for you, Max. I guess you
found a new stick. Louise and I just found
what we’re looking for, too: A horned beetle! Right. I was just about
to take its picture, so could you move, please? ♪ (gasp!) Our Horned Beetle –
where did it go? I can’t see it anywhere. It’s gone, Ruby. Now we’re going to have to find
anotherunusual looking insect! Come on Louise.
Let’s keep looking. ♪ Whatisit? According to my Insect Expert
Guidebook, it’s acentipede. It has ahundredlegs! Wow! How unuuusual! Hurry Ruby! Take its picture
before it moves! Okay.
Here goes. Huh? Stick! Max! Iknowyou have a stick –
and it’s a verynicestick – but I’m trying to take
a picture of a centipede. Now, if you’ll just
let me take its picture.. Eeeek!
– Ahhhh! HUH! The Camera was
Facing the wrong way! ♪ Awwwwwwww. Stick! Max, Bunny Scout Leader
is coming here soon and westill
don’t have a picture. (gasp!)
Ruby! Pass me the camera! There’s a really beautiful
butterfly on your head! Thereis? (gasp!) Come on. Let’s follow it and wait for
it to land somewhere else. I’m right with you,
Louise! ♪ Stick! Not now Max. ♪ Don’t let it out of
your sight, Ruby! I’m trying not to,
Louise! ♪ I think it’s looking
for a place to rest! Now’s our chance! My Guidebook says it’s a Spotted
Swallow-Tail Butterfly: “VERY UNUSUAL” Perfect for earning our Bunny
Scout Insect Expert Badge! Quick, take its picture! STICK! [Camera Flash] Max!
I know it’s your stick. But we’re not
looking for a stick, we’re looking for a
very unusual insect! And you’ve
certainly found one! Hello,
Bunny Scout Leader. Well, we did Bunny Scout
Leader, but instead of taking a picture of a
Spotted Swallow Tail butterfly, all I got was
a picture of Max’s stick! I know Ruby! It’s the stick
I’m talking about. The stick? (gasp!/surprised reactions) What is that? It’s called a
Walking Stick! It’s a bug that looks
just like a stick! Walking Sticks are one of the
most unusual looking insects anywhere! You mean…? Congratulations, girls: you’ve earned your Bunny Scout
Insect Expert badges – for finding the most
unusuallooking insect any Bunny Scout
has ever photographed! We didn’t do it alone. In fact, we couldn’t
have done it atall, without
Max and his — Walking Stick! ♪ Launch! ♪ Does it look straight
to you, Ruby? Perfectly straight,
Perfect! Then it’s time to break our
badminton record! (unsure)
Do you think we can? We’ve never hit the birdie
over the net ten times
in a row before. (confident) I know. We’ll have
to concentrate very hard. Remember the key to great
badminton playing is to keep your eye
on the birdie! (giggling) It’s funny that it’s
called a birdie, isn’t it? Some people call
it a shuttlecock. ♪ Let’s call ours a birdie! (giggles) Ready to break our record? Ready! ♪ One! Two-woooooops. Sorry, Ruby. I kept my eye
on the birdie – all the way up
into the tree! (cheerfully)
That’s okay, Louise. We’ve got lots more. Rocket in position. Ready to launch. Launch! Countdown to rocket launch!
Three … Two … One! Two! Three! Blastoff! (excited)
Launch! Five! Six! WOAH! It’s hard to keep
your eye on the birdie when there’s a rocket
shooting at you! (small chuckle)
You’re right about that, Louise. Oh Max! Launch. (patiently)
That was averynice launch. But Louise and I are trying
to break our badminton record. We need to get ten hits without
letting the birdie fall on the ground. Or land in the tree. So if you just wait till
we break our record, then you can launch
your rocket, okay? Thanks Max. (ever the cheerleader)
Okay, let’s start again. ♪ Launch… ♪ Three! Four! Five! Ah!
Oh no! ♪ (reasoning with him)
Max, could you please keep your rocket and
airplane on the ground? ♪ (sigh) ♪ Thanks, I knew
you’d understand. Don’t worry Max, the more
we play the better we get. We’re going to break that
record in no time! ♪ Launch. Three! Four! Five! We’re half way there! ♪ Launch! Ohhhhh, not again! ♪ (controlled) I believe this
belongs to you, Max. Ruby and I are sooo close
to breaking our record. (realizing)
Close. That’s the problem. You’re too close. Come on, Max. If you play over here, you can
play with anything you want. There.
That should be far enough. Have fun, Max! It’s okay, Louise Max’s toys
won’t interrupt us again. That’s good. I know!
I’m running out of energy. Andwe’rerunning
out of birdies! Then we’d better
makethisone count. This is our last chance. Let’s go! One! Two! Three! ♪ LAUNCH! Seven! Eight! We’re almost there, Ruby! Nine! ♪ Aaaaah! Keep your eye on the
birdie– er, BIRDIES,! I’m trying! There are so many of them! ♪ Ohhh. I completely lost count! I didn’t! I counted sixteen hits! Sixteen?
Really? Uh huh!
You know what that means? It means we didn’t just
break our record — we broke it by a LOT! ♪ And it was all
thanks to Max’s… Launch! ♪ (Humming) Which table do
these go on, Ruby? Ahh! Catch! I can’t play catch
with you, Max. Grandma’s garden party is today,
and Louise and I are helping while Grandma’s
upstairs getting ready. Don’t worry,
I’ve got a surprise for you. Hey, Ruby.
Hey Louise. Hey, Max.Hi, Roger!
(giggles) I asked Roger to come play
with Max while you and I help Grandma. Good idea, Ruby! Uh huh. Grandma’s guests
will be here soon, and we have to get
everything set out. We still have to put out
sandwiches and the punch … And the most important
thing of all… Grandma’s Famous Five
Fruit Fiesta Flan! Yum!
(giggles) So if you two could
play over there, we can finish
helping Grandma. Uh huh.
Ready for a game of catch, Max? ♪ (happy)
CATCH! (chuckle) All right!
Come on. Setting out the plates and
cutlery is kind of like decorating the table,
if you do it right. And we know how to do
it right, right Ruby? Right Louise! (giggle) Don’t forget to put a fork
on top of those napkins. Why? (slightly muffled)
Oh! That’s why! (laugh) Okay, Max. Here’s a few pointers
on how to play catch. First, always try to catch
the ball in the pocket of your glove. The pocket’s this
spot right here. Got it? Catch! Okay, here you go. Nice try Max. Just Hold your glove
a little lower. Don’t block your
view of the ball. Right. You need to be able to see
where the ball’s falling so you can get underneath it
and catch it. Catch. huh, huh. Ok here we go! Catch. You’re catching on. Now I’ll try a harder one. This is another one of Grandma’s
specialties: Sandwich pyramids. I hope they still
look like pyramids when we get them to the table. Waaah! huh! Whew! (excited)
Catch! (patiently) I’m glad you’re
having fun playing with Roger. But maybe you two could play farther from Grandma’s
garden party, okay? Uh huh.
C’mon. Thanks Roger. The guests will be
arriving any minute. We’d better hurry. (giggles) That’s a little far,
don’t you think? (confident)
But remember what I said. Keep your eye on the ball,
and get under it as it drops. Okay, ready? It isn’t easy to hurry with
a punch bowl full of punch! Or with punch glasses! Whoa! Aaaah! wheew… (relieved)
That sure was close. (giggles) Catch! You want everything to go
smoothly for the garden party, right? Well her guests are
about to arrive, and Louise and I still have to
bring out Grandma’s Famous Five Fruit Fiesta Flan! If anything happened to that, her guests would be very
disappointed. So would we! So maybe you two should play
on theotherside of the fence. Just to be safe. Uh huh. Thanks. We’d better Hurry! And now for the
Main attraction! How’s it going down there,
Ruby? Fine, Grandma. We’ve got it all under control. I don’t know what I would
have done without your help! [Knock at door] Oh!
There’s my first guest. Time to put the flan out, girls! Grandma’s Famous Five
Fruit Fiesta Flan! (giggle) This is our most
important job of the day. Everybunny’s coming to the party
just to have a taste of this! I think this is a two-bunny job! And I’m your second bunny! Perfect! Catch! Way over there?
Are you sure? (firm resolve)
CATCH. Okay. Just remember to
stay under it. A little further… Almost there… YAY!
(Cheers and claps) And no signs of
any bouncing balls! It looks perfect! Right this way everyone. ♪ Uh oh… huh? ♪
under the ball! What just happened? Ruby! That was spectacular! You just saved my
Famous Five Fruit Fiesta Flan with your amazing– CATCH!
Twinkle, twinkle! Twinkle, twinkle! Twinkle, twinkle Twinkle, twinkle! Twinkle, twinkle, little star How I wonder what you are Twinkle, twinkle, little star How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky Twinkle, twinkle little star How I wonder what you are Twinkle, twinkle little star How I wonder what you are Twinkle, twinkle little star How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky Twinkle, twinkle little star How I wonder what you are How I wonder what you are Twinkle, twinkle little star Twinkle, twinkle little star!
Okay team Mutt & Stuff, welcome to the basketball arena! I wonder if the Globetrotters are here yet? And now put your hands together for the Harlem Globetrotters! Let’s hear it for Big Easy Lofton! Ant Atkinson Sweet J Moose Weekes Thunder Law Well, maybe they’re not as good as people say they are. I hope… Welcome to the big game. I’m joined here by my mouse commentator, Noodles. Glad to be here Calvin any last thoughts on what team Mutt & Stuff needs to do to win this game? Yes, they need to score more points than the Globetrotters And that’s another 2 points by the Globetrotters Hey guys what’s going on? Oh nothing good Calvin, we can’t make a single basket. I think it’s time for a nose to nose Calvin’s right guys, Basketball supposed to be fun. So play hard, have a good time- No matter what the score is, just like the Globetrotters do Let’s play some ball We did it! Pixe, your turn Zippy takes the ball downcourt – drives it towards the basket and… Scores Team Mutt & Stuff wins the game! Thanks for joining us today, I’ll see you back at Mutt & Stuff! To see more Mutt & Stuff videos, hit the subscribe button below
My name is Steve. Hello, Hello.
My name is Maggie. Hello, hello, it is time to play.
It is time to play in English. Yeah, hey, let’s play.
Hey, oh, hey. Goal. Tunnel. Bridge. Treehouse and zip-line.
Oh, hey. Hello boys and girls. Hi, I am going to meet Maggie at the park to play football.
Yeah. Oh, this is my stop. Hey, Stop. Thank you
driver. Bye, bye. Great time to play football. Ok, where’s
the park? Where’s Maggie? Hi Steve. Oh, there’s Maggie. Hi Maggie, hi. OU! Be
careful. Oh, what a busy road with a lot of cars. I need to get over to the park. Maggie,
how can I get over to you? I can help with a little Maggie magic. Oh
no, no Maggie magic. What’s she going to do?
Abracadabra. Maggie. Hiii. Aaaaggrh. Hello? Hello? Oh, hey, hello. Where am I?
What is this place. Hey Steve, you’re in tunnel. Oh, I’m in a tunnel. How great idea
Maggie. I am in the tunnel under the road. Yeah. What is it? It’s a tunnel. Say it
with me. Come on. What is it? It’s a tunnel. What is it? It’s a tunnel.
What is it? It’s a tunnel. Yeah. So great. Now, it’s time to play football.
Oh no, my ball! Ou, OUUU. Pfff. That was lucky. I nearly felt in the river. Oh dear, but how
can to Maggie? Maggie, can you help me again? PLEASE.
Ok, I can make a bridge. Abracadabra. Oho ho, wow. Look a bridge. Yeah. Great idea Maggie.
I am on the bridge walking over the river. Hoohou, hey, look. What is it? Say it with
me. Come on. It’s a bridge. What is it? It’s a bridge. What is it? It’s a bridge.
That’s right. So now it’s really time to play football. Coming Maggie.
Hiiiiee. Wow! Yeah. Goal! Yeah. Oh, thanks Maggie. Thanks for your help. No problem.
I am finally here, by the goal. Hey, you know what a goal is, don’t you? Look, this is
a goal. Say it with me. Come on. What is it? It’s a goal. What is it? It’s a goal.
What is it? It’s a goal. That’s right, I like football. Do you? Hey, oh, ou. What
was that? Oh, no. It’s raining. Oh, Maggie. I need your help again. Ok, ehhh. Abracadabra.
Great idea. Yeah. Look a tree house. Let’s hide in the treehouse. Hurry up. Hurry up.
Let’s climb up to the tree house. This treehouse is great. Yeah. Hey, thanks
Maggie. Look, it’s a tree house. Say it with me. Come on. What is it? It’s a treehouse.
What is it? It’s a treehouse. What is it? It’s a treehouse. Oh Maggie, I am happy
to be here in your treehouse. Oh and look, it’s not raining anymore. But we can’t
play football. No, no, no. It’s getting late, I have to go home. Past the goal, the
bridge and the tunnel. Oh dear. Wait Steve, I can help. Time for more Maggie magic. Abracadabra.
Oh, Wow. What’s that. Look boys and girls. Maggie has made a zip-line.
Yeah. Come on Steve, let’s play. Ok, Maggie, I am coming. Hey, let’s go.
Yeah. I’m on zip-line. Say it with me, come on. What is it? It’s a zip-line. What is
it? It’s a zip-line. What is it? It’s a zip line. See you next time, bye bye.
(upbeat music) – Hi I’m Miss Penny and
these are the KidVision Kids and we’re here today to
learn how to play Basketball. – And I’m Jim Crutchfield,
I’m the basketball coach here at Nova Southeastern University, and I’m excited to be here today to maybe teach a little basketball, and maybe make a couple new friends too. – Great! And who are you? – Connor Zinaich, I’m a forward here at Nova Southeastern University. – Terrific! – I’m Michael Moore and
I’m a point guard here at Nova Southeastern University. – Fantastic! Are you ready
to learn some basketball? – Yeah! – Me too, lets go. (rattling) (glimmer) (upbeat music) – Ah, this is going to be fun,
but before we get started, can you tell us about the equipment? What do we need to play basketball? – Well first of all, you need to come out dressed ready to play basketball, and probably the most important thing is a nice pair of shoes- tennis shoes. Looks like you guys have
all got that covered. A comfortable pair of shorts, a comfortable shirt, and I think you guys are all dressed for that too. If you ever join a team, you might even be wearing a jersey with a number on it. – Can you choose any number you want? – That’s a good question Miss. Penny, because sometimes they can,
and sometimes they can’t. Because if they join a team where someone already has that number, then they’ll have to pick another number beside their favorite number. – So it could even be like, thirty seven? – Well actually Miss. Penny,
you can’t have a number above a five on a jersey.
Everything has to be between zero and five in basketball, so when officials go to the scores table, they can say with their fingers on number five through zero, and they can’t have to
make six with two hands. – He has a ten? – That’s a one and a zero. – Ohh! I see. (laughter) A one and a zero, okay, good. – We definitely have to have a basketball, and you can see sometimes they have just the right
amount of air in them, and sometimes they’re a little flat. – How can you tell if it’s flat? – Well when you drop it, if
it doesn’t come back to ya, it doesn’t have enough air in it. – And what other things do
we need to play the game? – Well you’re going to have
to have a basketball hoop, some people call that a hoop, and some people call it a rim. Believe it or not, you can
actually fit two basketballs at the same time, through
that basket or that hoop. It has a net that hangs from it, and it’s attached to what
we call the backboard. Up on top you’ll see there’s a clock, that tells you how much time
you have to make a shot. – So to play a game of
basketball, say on a playground, you would just need good
clothes, shoes, shorts, a comfortable shirt, a
basketball, and a hoop? – Yep, and some friends. – And some friends, that sounds great. Maybe we can learn some
basketball moves now. – Sure. (upbeat music) (swish) (jazz music) – I love basketball and I’m glad we’re here to learn how to play. And so to play, we need
to learn some skills. What skills are important to know when we’re playing basketball? – First you have to know how to dribble. Which is bouncing the ball to get to a certain location on the court. You always want to keep your head up, so you know where you’re
going and what’s around you. Also, you need to know how to shoot, and you always want to
keep your elbow tucked and ready to shoot at all time. – Passing is a key skill
for when you’re trying to find a teammate who’s open for a shot, or when you’re in the
paint, you can kick it out behind the three pointer for your teammate to score three points. And making a layup is key
when you’re in the paint, for three points, and
when you’re close enough to the rim, that’s a skill
that you need to be able to do. – So, so far we learned about four skills what were those skills, do you remember? Dribbling, – Um, passing – Passing, – Shooting – Shooting, – And making a layup. – What other skills might we need to know? Those are just the offensive skills, so now lets talk about the defense. You need to be able to steal the ball, which is taking the ball
away from your opponent, and as well as blocking a shot, which is slapping the ball
before they can even score or try to shoot it. – Two other skills are rebounding, which is when the other team, where your team shoots the ball and it hits the rim or the
backboard and you grab it if you’re on offense,
you can put it back up, if you’re on defense, you
have to dribble the ball to the other end of the court to score. And dunking, if you’re tall
enough and athletic enough, that’s when you take the ball
and you slam it into the hoop, and if you hang on the
rim, you hang on the rim. – Ah, you get to be the real winner – Yep (laughs) – But we have a lot to
learn. Are you ready? – Yes – Let’s practice them one at a time, okay? (upbeat music) – Whew! We did a lot of work! You did a good job,
thanks for teaching us. Now lets learn a little
bit about the court, so that we can play a game. – Sounds good – Alright (swish) (drumming) – Great! Wow we are learning
a lot about basketball, we learned how to do our skills, we learned what clothes we need to wear, and now we’re going to learn
about the court itself. So we have the women’s
basketball team here from NSU to tell us a little bit about it. – I’m Coach Freeland, I’m the head coach here at Nova Southeastern, welcome kids. – Thank you – My name’s Alison and my
position is a shooting guard – And my name’s Claire,
and I’m a post player. – So now I think it’s a good time to learn about the lines on the court. So maybe if you don’t mind,
if you could explain to us why the lines on the court are
here and what we do there. – Sure, well the first line
we’re going to talk about, is the half court line. And this line separates the court in half. So one team is trying
to score on that basket, and then the other team is
trying to score on this basket. So that’s why its divided in half. – Terrific. What lines
are on the court itself? – Well we have these sidelines,
and then the baselines. So that is basically,
just shows the players where the court is. – So if you’re on the,
you have to be within the sidelines and the baselines to play. If you’re outside it’s out of play. – Of course. – So we have to stay in
the lines when we play, you got it? Okay, and then I see that there’s an arc,
there’s a couple of arcs. What do they mean? – Well the arc that’s on the furthest out, that’s the three point
line, or the three point arc so anyone who shoots a
basket behind that line gets three points – And how many points do you normally get when you shoot a basket? – Well you can get one
point for a free throw, two points for any shot
made inside the arc, and then three points for any shot that’s outside of the arc. – What does “in the paint” mean? – Well if you see, under the basket, the color of the floors
a little different, so on our court it’s blue. So anytime you go inside that paint, you only can be in there if
you’re on the offensive team trying to score for three seconds. So if you’re in there
longer than three seconds, then the official will blow the whistle, and you lose the ball. (swish) (jazzy music) – The referee Miss T is here, she makes sure everyone
plays by the rules. Are you ready? – Yeah! – Lets get this party started. (jazzy music) (music continues) – Well thank you very much ladies, we really learned a lot about basketball, and had a great time doing it. – Well thank you for coming today and including us, it was a pleasure. – NSU is a wonderful
place to learn, thank you – Thank you – Bye!