Monster Trucks Months of the Year & More Monster Trucks for Kids

Monster Trucks Months of the Year & More Monster Trucks for Kids


(engine starts and revs)
(giggling) (upbeat music) – [Narrator] In the wonderful
land of Truckopolis, our seven friends are rushing to school. – Woo-woo!
– Yeah! – [Narrator] The trucks
are very excited today because they’re learning all
about the months of the year. (cheering) The first month is January. We begin this month by
celebrating the new year. – Yay!
– Yippee! (party horn blaring) – [Boom Boom] Oops! – [Narrator] The second month
of the year is February, when we celebrate our loved
ones on Valentine’s Day. (smooches) – Aw! – [Narrator] The third month is March, when we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. If you follow a rainbow
all the way to the end, you might find a leprechaun’s pot of gold. – [Boom Boom] Whoo hoo! – [Narrator] That one is
just a picture, Boom Boom. (Boom Boom whines) The fourth month is April. April brings in spring. – Yes! – [Narrator] April is often very rainy. – Eh. – [Narrator] But as the old saying goes, April showers bring May flowers. Because May, the fifth month,
is usually sunny and warm. – Mmm. Uh oh. (Boom Boom exclaims) – [Narrator] The sixth
month of the year is June. June is often the start
of summer vacation. – Yeah! – Whoo hoo! – [Narrator] And fun
filled days on the beach. – Huh?
– Uh oh. – [Narrator] Well, June days are fun as long as you’re not
being chased by bees. (truck exclaiming) The seventh month is July, when many people celebrate
Independence Day. – Yay! – Yippee! – [Narrator] We celebrate with
flags and barbecues and… (fireworks popping) – [Boom Boom] Uh oh. (trucks exclaiming) Oops. – [Narrator] The eighth month is August, the hottest month of the year. In August, young monster
trucks run the risk of overheating. Unless they have plenty of fans. – [Boom Boom] Whoo! – Whoa!
– Whoa! – [Narrator] September is
the ninth month of the year. In September, monster trucks
get to go back to school and learn so many wonderful things. – Yahoo! – Yeah! – Wahoo! – [Boom Boom] Doh! – [Narrator] The 10th month
of the year is October. October is the spookiest month because it brings us all
the scares of Halloween. – Yeah! – Boo! (laughing) – [Narrator] But it also
brings lots of candy. – Yahoo! – [Narrator] November is the 11th month. It brings us the Thanksgiving feast of yams and cranberry sauce and turkey. – Yeah! (clucking) – [Narrator] (laughs) That’s
not a turkey, Boom Boom. – Huh? – [Narrator] It’s a chicken. – Uh. – [Narrator] And it is
definitely not cooked. (Boom Boom exclaims) (chicken clucks) The 12th and final month
of the year is December. December brings snow and winter
games and lots of holidays. – [Boom Boom] Ta da! Whoo! Uh oh. – [Narrator] And then the
months start all over again. Try to say them with me this time. January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. Every month of the year is so exciting. Almost as exciting as learning. – [Trucks] Yeah! – [Narrator] Come back
next time, won’t you? You know the months of the year now. But you never know what we’ll learn next. – Yippee! – Whoo hoo! – Yippee! – Yay! (laughing) (upbeat music) – A,
– Whoo hoo! – B, C,
– Yeah. – D, E,
– Yes. – [Man] F, G, H, I,
– Yeah. – J, K,
– Yippee! – Yeah.
– L, M, N, O,
– Yay! – P, Q,
– Yeah. – [Man] R, S, T, U,
– Whoo hoo. – V, W,
– Yay! – X, Y, Z!
– Yes! – [Boom Boom] Yippee! Whoo hoo. Yeah! Whoa. Whoo! – A, B,
– Whoo hoo, yeah! – C, D,
– Yes! – [Man And Kids] E, F, G, H, I, J,
– Yeah, yippee! – K, L,
– Yeah. – M, N,
– Yay. – O, P, Q, R,
– Yeah! – S, T,
– Whoo hoo. – U, V,
– Yay! – W, X,
– Yes! – [Man And Kids] Y, Z! (fireworks popping) – Good job! (laughing) – [Narrator] In the wonderful
land of Truckopolis, where monster trucks live, laugh and play, seven friends make their
way home from school. This is Bolt. – Vroom, vroom! – [Narrator] And Boom Boom. (crashing) – [Boom Boom] Oops. – [Narrator] Lady Bug. – Yahoo! – [Narrator] Ollie. (giggling) Dragon. – [Dragon] Yeah. – [Narrator] Buzz. – Whoo hoo! – [Narrator] And Star. – Yay! – [Narrator] Coming upon an open field, the seven friends decide to practice making the shapes they have
just learned in school. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Bolt leads the way. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Making a circle. Their tires are circles. – Yeah! – Wahoo! – [Narrator] Four sides
that are equal in length make a square. Sometimes squares are great for jumping. – Yippee! (giggling) Whoa. – [Narrator] Uh… A three sided shape is a triangle. Triangles make excellent ramps. – Whoa.
– Yippee! – Yay.
– Yahoo! – Yippee!
– Yes! Oh! – [Narrator] Two short
sides and two long sides make a rectangle. Garage doors are rectangles. (laughing) – Yay! (exclaims) – [Narrator] A longer, skinnier circle is called an oval. Balloons are ovals. – Yeah! (giggling) – Ta da! Whoa. Uh… – [Narrator] Four equal
sides with matching wide and skinny angles is a diamond. Kites are diamonds. – Yeah! (giggles) – Whee! – Whoo hoo! – [Narrator] Eight equal
sides make an octagon. A red octagon usually means stop. – [Boom Boom] Wahoo! – [Narrator] This shape with
two curves meeting at a point is called a heart. This is the shape of friendship. – Aw! – [Narrator] Two lines
that form a single curve is a crescent. The moon sometimes looks like a crescent. (trucks laughing) Of course the moon might get lonely without this shape, the star. Learning shapes is great fun. But even monster trucks
must head home to rest when the sun goes down. – Yes! – [Narrator] Because
there will be so much more to learn tomorrow. – Bye! Aha! (laughing) (upbeat music) ♪ The wheels on the truck
go round and round ♪ ♪ Round and round, round and round ♪ ♪ The wheels on the truck
go round and round ♪ ♪ All, all, day, day long ♪ ♪ The doors on the truck
go open and closed ♪ ♪ Open and closed, open and closed ♪ ♪ The doors on the truck
go open and closed ♪ ♪ All day long ♪ ♪ The shocks on the truck go up and down ♪ ♪ Up and down, up and down ♪ ♪ The shocks on the truck go up and down ♪ ♪ All day long ♪ ♪ The wipers on the
truck go back and forth ♪ ♪ Back and forth, back and forth ♪ ♪ The wipers on the
truck go back and forth ♪ ♪ All, all, day, day long ♪ ♪ The horns on the truck
go beep, beep, beep ♪ ♪ Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep ♪ ♪ The horns on the truck
go beep, beep, beep ♪ ♪ All day long ♪ ♪ The engine on the truck
goes vroom, vroom, vroom ♪ ♪ Vroom, vroom, vroom,
vroom, vroom, vroom ♪ ♪ The engine on the truck
goes vroom, vroom, vroom ♪ ♪ All, all, day, day long ♪ ♪ The wheels on the truck
go round and round ♪ ♪ Round and round, round and round ♪ ♪ The wheels on the truck
go round and round ♪ ♪ All, all, day, day long ♪ (tires screeching)
(giggling) – [Narrator] Welcome all,
to the Color Crush show. Come meet my friends. You’ll be glad to know. Monster trucks like to
learn, jump and shout. (trucks cheering) They’ll show you colors
as they drive about. – Yeah! – [Narrator] So look around, friends, and you’ll quickly see. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Colors are everywhere. I think you’ll agree. (Boom Boom giggles) Blue is the color of our great big sky. – Yippee! – [Narrator] Purple
balloons for a party nearby. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Green is the grass. – [Dragon] Yippee! – [Narrator] Yellow is the moon. (laughing) – [Narrator] Tomatoes are red. – Um. – [Narrator] Pink flowers in June. (giggling) Look at the orange and brown carousel. (Boom Boom laughs) White snow falls and covers the hills. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Black is the night. It gets hard to see. (laughing) Perfect for rest and getting some sleep. (yawns) The trucks want to take a colorful spin. Their engines have started,
it’s time to begin. They’ll crush each color one by one. Practice makes perfect.
– Yeah! – [Narrator] So come join the fun. (giggling) The blue truck is first
and pounces on top. (cheering) Purple is next, but makes a big plop. (giggling) The green truck smashes
all his letters down. – [Dragon] Yeah! – [Narrator] The yellow one flattens them right to the ground. (laughing) Red goes sideways but lands on her toes. – Yes! – [Narrator] The orange truck
flips right onto his nose! – [Boom Boom] Oops. – [Narrator] Pink crushes perfect. She’s so very proud. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Brown lands with a thump and then takes a bow. – Ta da! – [Narrator] The white truck follows, squishing and squashing. (laughing) The black truck goes last. Crushing and smashing. – Wahoo! – [Narrator] The trucks love colors and performing for you. – Great job! – [Narrator] So they’ll do
it again all the way through. The blue truck is first
and pounces on top. (cheering) Purple is next, but makes a big plop. The green truck smashes
all his letters down. The yellow one flattens them right to the ground. Red goes sideways but lands on her toes. – Yes! – [Narrator] The orange truck
flips right onto his nose! Pink crushes perfect. She’s so very proud.
– Yeah! – Brown lands with a thump
and then takes a bow. – Ta da! – [Narrator] The white truck follows, squishing and squashing. The black truck goes last. Crushing and smashing. – Wahoo! – [Narrator] Practice makes
perfect as you will soon see. – Yeah! – Let’s watch them perform
at great record speed! – Yay!
(laughing) – [Narrator] Blue pounds the letters, squishing each one. Purple is next and won’t
stop ’til he’s done. The green truck always
knows just what to do. The yellow smashes them two by two. Red truck has got her
squashing just right. The orange truck pounces
with all of his might. Pink mastered crushing. She’s having a blast! Brown goes backwards when she goes past. White takes his turn and
there’s one more to go. Black hits each letter
and knocks them down low. So, let’s review the
colors beginning with blue. Purple, green, yellow, red and orange too. Now don’t forget pink,
brown, white and black. I think you have got it. It’s time to relax. The monster trucks have
finished their colorful show. You have learned 10 colors. Yes, 10 in a row.
– Yeah! – [Narrator] Practice makes
perfect, as you already know. Never give up and you’ll
be the star of the show. (giggling) (upbeat music)
(trucks rumbling) – [Narrator] It’s a
beautiful day in Truckopolis. The young monster trucks have
just mastered the alphabet. (Boom Boom laughs) – [Boom Boom] Oops. Aw. – [Narrator] And the
whole city has gathered to cheer them on as they show off what they have learned. – Yay! – [Narrator] The first
letter of the alphabet is A. As in monster trucks are awesome! B is for big! Like the big wheels on monster trucks! (laughing) – Doh! Uh oh. – [Narrator] C is for cars. Cars that monster trucks like to crush! – Yes! – [Narrator] D is for daring! The trucks love to perform daring tricks. (Boom Boom exclaims) Of course, as Boom Boom knows,
D is also for dangerous. – [Boom Boom] Doh! – [Narrator] E is the
first letter in eager. The trucks are always eager
to show off their tricks! – Yeah! – [Narrator] Well, most
of them are eager anyway. – Oh! – [Narrator] F is the beginning of flip. Lady Bug and Dragon both love to flip! – [Both] Yippee! – [Narrator] G is for go! – Uh oh! – [Narrator] Sometimes when he messes up, Boom Boom has to go away in a hurry! – Doh! – [Narrator] H is for high. No one else can jump
quite as high as Bolt! – [Bolt] Wahoo! – [Narrator] I is the
first letter in incredible! Dragon is incredible at crushing! – Yeah! – [Narrator] J is for jumping. Jumping is Buzz’s favorite thing to do! (giggles) – [Narrator] K is the
first letter in kite. And a silent k is also the
first letter in knock over. If you don’t look where you’re going, you can knock over your friends! – Oops! Uh. – [Narrator] L is for laugh. (trucks laughing) Monster trucks love to laugh! (growling) M, of course, is the first
letter in monster trucks! Everyone loves monster trucks! – [Trucks] Yeah! – [Narrator] N is for new! As in, check out Lady Bug’s new trick! – [Lady Bug] Yahoo! – [Narrator] O is the
first letter in over. Boom Boom is soaring over the tires! (laughing) And then crashes into them. (Boom Boom exclaims) P is for pull. Like when Star pulls Boom
Boom out of the tires. – Oh! – [Narrator] Q is the first
letter in the word quick. Lady Bug is very quick! – Yeah! – [Narrator] But Bolt is quicker! (laughing) R is for rev. Monster trucks rev their
engines before a race! – [Boom Boom] Oops! – [Narrator] S is the
first letter in stripes. Like the yellow and black
stripes on Buzz’s paint job! – Whoo woo. – [Narrator] T is for terrific! Learning is terrific! – [Both] Yeah! – [Narrator] U is the first letter in up. As the trucks stack atop
each other, they go up up up! (giggling) V is for vroom! Vroom is the sound the trucks make when they drive very fast! – Vroom, vroom vroom! – [Narrator] W is the
first letter in wink. Like when Star winks to her adoring fans. (giggling) Our next letter is X. Sometimes, X marks the spot! – Yes! – [Narrator] Y is the
first letter in yell. And the crowd yells in excitement! (crowd cheering) Z is for zig zag! The perfect last letter of the alphabet as the young monster trucks
zig zag their way home, excited for all the things
they can learn tomorrow. – Yeah! – [Man] Let’s count
with the monster trucks. – [Bolt] Yippee! – Yahoo! – [Narrator] Hey there monster truck fans, I wanna hear you hear cheer in the stands. (cheering) Meet the monster trucks,
all shiny and new. Here we go! I’ll introduce them to you. There’s Bolt, who is lightening fast. I doubt he will ever come in last. – Wahoo! – Boom Boom’s next, excited as can be. He’s a bit clumsy as you will soon see. (Boom Boom whines) Lady Bug is brave and loves to do flips. There is no end to her amazing tricks. – Yeah! Ollie is cautious and
always takes his time. He thinks things through,
that’s the reason why. (laughing) Dragon likes to show off and often brags. Watch him go as he zigs and then zags. – [Dragon] Whoo hoo! – [Narrator] Buzz is a silly
one, there is no doubt. He bounces and buzzes as he moves about. – Yahoo! – [Narrator] Star practices new tricks and is always ahead. She’s helpful, kind and so talented. (giggling) Now, let’s being our counting show. The trucks will help us and off we go. One. Bolt quickly spins high up in the air. (cheering) Two. Boom Boom slips, then
jumps with room to spare. (cheering) Three. Lady Bug twists and twirls as she flies. (cheering) Four. Ollie moves slowly forward when he tries. (cheering) Five. Dragon performs so confident and bold. (cheering) Six. Buzz laughs and takes
his turn in the show. (cheering) Seven. Star shines with her tricks on the track. (cheering) Eight. Bolt takes a second turn
and is quickly back. (cheering) Nine. Dragon wants you to watch him. (cheering) 10! There’s Boom Boom who takes another try. (Boom Boom exclaiming) (cheering) That was great counting
with your new found friends. – [Trucks] Yeah. – [Narrator] Let’s continue
on before this ends. (laughing) All the trucks had so much fun but they are not ready to be done. The trucks wanna do it all over again. They’re ready to help us
count faster up to 10. One. Bolt quickly spins high up in the air. Two. Boom Boom slips, then
jumps with room to spare. Three. Lady Bug twists and twirls as she flies. Four. Ollie moves slowly forward when he tries. Five. Dragon performs so confident and bold. Six. Buzz laughs and takes
his turn in the show. Seven. Star shines with her tricks on the track. Eight. Bolt takes a second turn
and is quickly back. Nine. Dragon wants you to watch him. 10! (Boom Boom exclaiming) There’s Boom Boom who takes another try. (cheering)
Whoo! The trucks look beat and need a rest. I’m sure you’ll agree
they have done their best. Now the numbers want to steal the show. Trucks, stay where you
are and don’t you god. Girls and boys can you count with me? Follow the numbers and shout quickly. One, two, three, four five, six, seven, eight, nine and 10. You did that well, right to the end. Do you wanna go faster? I hear the numbers say. So let’s try it faster, even faster today. Jump along and have more fun. Let’s all start now with the number one. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and 10. (cheering) Way to go, numbers, trucks and friends. Hip, hip, hooray! And now it’s the end. (Boom Boom exclaiming) (upbeat music) ♪ The wheels on the truck
go round and round ♪ ♪ Round and round, round and round ♪ ♪ The wheels on the truck
go round and round ♪ ♪ All, all, day, day long ♪ ♪ The doors on the truck
go open and closed ♪ ♪ Open and closed, open and closed ♪ ♪ The doors on the truck
go open and closed ♪ ♪ All day long ♪ ♪ The shocks on the truck go up and down ♪ ♪ Up and down, up and down ♪ ♪ The shocks on the truck go up and down ♪ ♪ All day long ♪ ♪ The wipers on the
truck go back and forth ♪ ♪ Back and forth, back and forth ♪ ♪ The wipers on the
truck go back and forth ♪ ♪ All, all, day, day long ♪ ♪ The horns on the truck
go beep, beep, beep ♪ ♪ Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep ♪ ♪ The horns on the truck
go beep, beep, beep ♪ ♪ All day long ♪ ♪ The engine on the truck
goes vroom, vroom, vroom ♪ ♪ Vroom, vroom, vroom,
vroom, vroom, vroom ♪ ♪ The engine on the truck
goes vroom, vroom, vroom ♪ ♪ All, all, day, day long ♪ ♪ The wheels on the truck
go round and round ♪ ♪ Round and round, round and round ♪ ♪ The wheels on the truck
go round and round ♪ ♪ All, all, day, day long ♪ – [Announcer] All right boys and girls, are you ready to learn your colors with these mega monster trucks? (crowd cheering) (trucks exclaiming) Let’s meet today’s racers. Red. (giggling) Orange. – Yeah. – [Announcer] Yellow. – Yippee. – [Announcer] Green. – Awesome. – [Announcer] Blue. (exclaims) Purple. (laughing) Pink. – Yay! – [Announcer] All right
then monster trucks, time to start your engines
and get ready to race. And three, two, one, go! They’re off to a flying start. These trucks must be late for playtime. They’re already at record speed. (laughing) And over the first jump. What color truck is that? Red! Which color is next? Yellow! And which color truck
is next across the jump? Green! That was flipping excellent. – Yeah. – Whoo hoo! – [Announcer] Whoa, he popped a wheelie. – Yes! – [Announcer] I just
about fell off my chair. (laughing) Which color truck is that? Orange! – Yahoo. (laughing) – Yeah. – Yippee. (laughing) – [Announcer] Whoa. The boys better watch out. – Yeah. – [Announcer] Which color is that? Pink! – Yes. Wahoo! Whoo hoo! (laughing) – Yippee. – [Announcer] It’s incredible! They’re really fighting for the lead. – Yeah. – [Announcer] Which
color truck is this now? Purple! – Yippee!
– Whoo hoo! – Yahoo! Yeah! – [Announcer] Whoa. Flying like a jumbo jet. – [Bolt] Wahoo! – [Announcer] Which color
is this speedy truck? Blue! Look at him showing off. (laughing) – Whoo hoo. – Yay! – [Announcer] They’re
almost at the finish line. Hold onto your hats folks. This one’s going down
in the history books. – Whoo hoo! – [Announcer] As they
cross the finish line, let’s give these brilliant
trucks a big cheer! (cheering) Shout out their colors to let them know how awesome they are. Here we go! Blue. – [Bolt] Yippee! – [Announcer] Yellow! – [Buzz] Yahoo! – [Announcer] Red! – [Lady Bug] Awesome! – [Announcer] Purple. – Yeah. – [Announcer] Orange. – [Boom Boom] Yay! – [Announcer] Pink. – [Star] Yahoo! – [Announcer] Green. – [Dragon] Yay. – [Announcer] Massive
congratulations to all our winners. And sitting pretty in first place is blue! – Yay! – [Announcer] Coming up just
a shave behind in second, yellow! – Yes! – [Announcer] Our talented third place is going to red! – Yay! – [Announcer] These wonderful trucks are also super interesting
for a different reason. – [Trucks] Yeah! – [Announcer] Did you know that
they are the primary colors? – Oh! – [Announcer] That’s right. The primary colors are
red, yellow and blue! Every other color that
you can possibly think of is made by mixing these
three primary colors. (explosion booms) Isn’t that amazing? – Yeah! – [Announcer] How would
you like to learn more about these fantastic colors? – Yeah! – [Announcer] Well all right. Let’s have a look at this next video where the monster trucks have some fun with primary colors. (trucks cheering) Good evening. My name is Harry Blue. And we’re revving up for
another exciting show. Tonight’s exhibition
game is for a good cause. The ticket sales all go towards the charities that each of
our players have selected. And the lucky winner gets to contribute $200,000 more dollars
to his or her charity. That’s right, $200,000 of cold, hard, green cash! That’s right, green. Which I understand is
blue and yellow combined. Let’s take a look at our lineup. First up, we have Bolt. – Yeah! – [Announcer] It’s no
mystery why we call him Bolt. Yes, fans, he’s as fast
as a lightening flash. (thunder rumbling) Bolt is playing for his charity, the Blue Mountain Housing Project. – [Bolt] Yippee. – [Announcer] Next up, we have Lady Bug. (laughing) She’s best known for her
grace, beauty and fearlessness. She is one fierce competitor. Lady Bug is playing for her charity, the Red Hill Oilers. – Yeah! – [Announcer] Finally we have Buzz. – Yeah. (laughing) Buzz is a silly, cheerful little fellow who buzzes around with
great speed and agility. (laughing) Buzz is playing for his charity, the Yellow Schoolbus Company. – Yeah. – [Announcer] First up is Bolt! – Yeah! – [Announcer] Like a flash of lightning, he’s going to try to take out 10 targets in 10 seconds. – Wahoo! (upbeat music) (targets dinging) Yay! – [Announcer] And he did it! Does Bolt ever cease to deliver? I think not. – Yahoo! – [Announcer] Next up is Lady Bug. – Yippee! – [Announcer] Lady Bug is going to attempt to take out all these targets while flipping through the air. – Yay! (targets dinging) – [Announcer] Lady Bug took ’em all out. She is fierce. – Yeah. – [Announcer] Finally, there’s Buzz. – Yahoo! – [Announcer] Using his startling agility, Buzz will take out targets that are scattered all
throughout the course. Only this time we decided
to make the targets a little more colorful. Some are red. Some are blue. Some are yellow. – Awesome. – [Announcer] And he buzzes off. Look at him go. Wow, are my eyes playing tricks on me or are those targets changing colors? Yes, they are. The yellow paint balls are
causing the blue targets to turn green, one of
the secondary colors. (laughing) Hmm, why do I have a sudden craving for a glass of orange juice? Maybe because Buzz’s yellow paint balls are causing the red
targets to turn orange, another secondary color. Oh no, it looks like Buzz
needs a little break. Who will take his place? Hey, what do you know? It looks like Lady Bug
is here to save the show. – Yay! – [Announcer] Now it appears
that her red paint balls are turning the blue targets purple, the last of the secondary colors. Bolt’s riding back onto the scene. – Yeah. – [Announcer] And what do you know? There is such thing as teamwork. – [Truck] Wahoo! – [Announcer] And look
at all those colors. I feel like I’m stuck in
the middle of a rainbow. Now the question is, which
of these fierce competitors is going to take $200,000 of cold, hard, green cash to the charity of their choice? We have Bolt. – Yeah. – [Announcer] Lady Bug. – Yippee. – [Announcer] Buzz. – Yahoo. – [Announcer] It seems as
if our trust applause meter has determined that it’s a tie. They will all split the money and take back some serious green cash to their favorite charity. – [Trucks] Yippee. – [Announcer] What an awesome
show they gave us today. The monster truck show
for monster sports fans. Drive home safely folks. – Yeah! – Yahoo! – [Announcer] Goodnight! – [Narrator] Today in Truckopolis school, the young monster trucks
learned all about opposites. When two ideas are as
different as different can be, we call those opposites. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Opposites are easy to learn once you get the hang of it. – Yahoo! – Yippee! – Yahoo! Oh. – [Narrator] It looks like Boom Boom may have taken hang of
it a little too far. – Oops. (laughing)
(horn blaring) – Whoo hoo! – Yay! – Whoa. I’ll help you. – Thanks Ollie. I should learn to be careful like you. (laughing) – [Narrator] On their way
home, the trucks were excited to show off all the opposites
they had learned at school. Now it’s time for some monster truck fun. – [Trucks] Yeah! (playful music) – [Narrator] As Bolt
speeds higher and higher on a construction beam,
he practices going up. – Wahoo! – While Boom Boom demonstrates going down. – [Boom Boom] Oof! – Oh Boom Boom, how
did you get down there? – Oh, don’t ask. (sighs) – [Narrator] Down is the opposite of up. Down is the opposite of up. – Yes. – [Narrator] Careful Ollie drives slowly through the streets of Truckopolis. – I like to go slow. Whee! – [Narrator] Meanwhile, Lady Bug and Buzz prefer to drive fast. – [Buzz] Faster. – Whoa. (laughing) – [Narrator] Fast is the opposite of slow. Fast is the opposite of slow. Lady Bug moves ahead of Buzz. Now she is in front and Buzz is behind. – I’m right behind you. – [Narrator] Front is
the opposite of behind. Front is the opposite of behind. – Yes! – [Narrator] Now they are
racing in the same direction. But Lady Bug turns left
while Buzz turns right. Left is the opposite of right. Left is the opposite of right. (laughing) – That was fun! – [Narrator] In order to help Boom Boom, Star must go past the hole and then stop. Go is the opposite of stop. Go is the opposite of stop. – Yes! – [Narrator] Instead of going forward, Star backs up to the opening. Back is the opposite of forward. – [Star] Back, back, back. – [Narrator] Is the opposite of forward. – [Star] I’ll help you Boom Boom. Grab my tow line. – [Narrator] Boom Boom
was stuck in the hole. But thanks to Star’s kindness, Boom Boom is now out of the hole. – Whoo hoo, I’m out. – [Narrator] Out is the opposite of in. Out is the opposite of in. – Yeah! (laughing) – [Narrator] Star and Boom
Boom are near the hole that Boom Boom fell in. – Be careful, Boom Boom. – [Narrator] While the other
monster trucks are far away. Near is the opposite of far. Near is the opposite of far.
– Yeah! (laughing) – [Narrator] There’s a very
large pipe in the road. Lady Bug skids around the pipe. – Wahoo! – [Narrator] While Dragon
drives straight through it. – Whoo hoo! Yeah! (laughing) – [Narrator] Around is
the opposite of through. Around is the opposite of through. Bolt jumps clear over the pipe. – Over! – [Narrator] But of course, Ollie decides to drive
carefully under the pipe. (laughing) – Under. – [Narrator] Over is
the opposite of under. Over is the opposite of under. – Wahoo! (laughing) – [Narrator] Bolt just landed on Ollie. Bolt is now on top and
Ollie is on the bottom. – Thanks for the lift, Ollie. – [Narrator] Top is
the opposite of bottom. Top is the opposite of bottom. – [Both] Yeah! – Yahoo! – [Narrator] Paying
attention in opposites class has definitely paid off
for the monster trucks. They are doing awesome. The road is splitting. Four of the trucks decided to turn while the other stay straight. Turn is the opposite of straight. Turn is the opposite of straight. – [Trucks] Yeah! – [Narrator] Ollie, Buzz and
Dragon take the lower road while Bolt, Lady Bug, Boom Boom and Star take the higher road. High is the opposite of low. High is the opposite of low. – Curvy roads are so much fun. (laughing) – [Boom Boom] Uh oh. Eek! (Boom Boom exclaiming) – [Narrator] Uh oh,
maybe too much curvy fun for Boom Boom. – Are you okay, Boom Boom? – Yeah. I am just a little tired. – I think it’s time to go home. – [Narrator] It’s been an
exciting day in Truckopolis for all these young trucks. Luckily all roads lead
home, where they can refuel and rest their tired engines. – Yeah! (yawning) – [Narrator] Tomorrow waits
with more fun adventures. – Bye! – [Narrator] Hey kids,
well you’re in luck. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Here come the monster trucks. – Yay! – [Narrator] Yep, it’s time
for an awesome alphabet rhyme. – Yippee!! – [Narrator] Now, there
are 26 letters from A to Z. Let’s have some fun, come rhyme with me. – [Bolt] Yippee! – [Narrator] A is for axle, it helps the truck’s tires spin. B is for Boom Boom, there he goes again. – [Boom Boom] Oops. – [Narrator] C is for cab,
where people sit and look about. – Yeah! – [Announcer] D is for door,
for getting in and getting out. E is for exhaust, it
helps regulate air flow. – Yeah. – [Narrator] F is for fenders, they protect the tires below. G is for grille, it lets cool air in. – Yes! – [Narrator] H is for
hood, it covers the engine. I is for ignition, it
helps turn the truck on. – Whoo hoo. – [Narrator] Jump is for jump. Let’s jump, come on! – Yippee! – [Narrator] K Is for key,
it turns the ignition. – Vroom. – [Narrator] L is for lights,
to help with night vision. – Ta da! – [Narrator] M is for monster,
monster trucks, alright! (trucks exclaiming) N is for nuts, they hold tires on tight. – Yes! – [Narrator] O is for oil, it keeps the engine running smooth. P is for premium, it’s
the best fuel to use. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Q is for quarter panel. There are two on each side. – Yahoo! – [Narrator] R is for ramp, watch the trucks jump real high. – [Truck] Yeah! – [Narrator] S is for shocks. They go up and down. T is for tow, to pull things around. U is for u-joint. It makes the back wheels turn. – [Lady Bug] Yahoo! – [Narrator] V is for vroom. Now watch them burn! W is for wheel, they go round and round. – Yeah. – [Narrator] X is for XL,
the largest tires we found. – [Both] Yeah. – [Narrator] Y is for
yellow, a blinking signal. – Yeah! – [Narrator] Z is for zig-zag. Come on, let’s wiggle. (trucks laughing) You’ve learned 26 letters from A to Z. And lots of truck parts. Easy smeasy. – Yeah. – [Narrator] Now, since you’re a pro, and you know what you know what you know. – Yahoo. – [Narrator] Let’s pick up the
pace with an alphabet race. – [Both] Yeah! – [Narrator] Ready? Set? Go! A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Z! – [Trucks] Woo hoo. – [Narrator] It’s been
such an awesome time. – [Boom Boom] Yeah! – [Narrator] You did
great learning this rhyme. (Buzz giggles) But finally it has come to an end. (trucks sigh) Thanks for being my alphabet friend. (laughing) See you next time. – Woo hoo!
– Hooray! – Yeah. – [Narrator] Keep on trucking, my friends. – Yeah.
– We’ll be back another day.
– Awesome! (upbeat music) – [Announcer] Welcome to the Monster Truck Shape Jump Challenge. – [Bolt] Yay! – [Announcer] Bolt is gonna
jump over 10 shapes today and he needs you to cheer him on. – Whoo hoo! – [Announcer] Bolt is
excited and ready to jump. – Yippee! – [Announcer] What shape
will he jump first? – It’s a square. A square has four sides. Square. (laughing) Do you think Bolt can do it? (cheering) That jump was too easy squeezy for Bolt. – Yay! – [Announcer] Well it looks like they’re adding a circle to the jump. A circle is round. Circle. Can Bolt clear them both. – Uh oh, mmm. Vroom, vroom! (cheering) – [Announcer] Amazing! – Wow. – [Announcer] Well it looks like they’re adding a triangle to the jump. A triangle has three sides. Triangle. Can he do it? – Uh oh. A ha! Oh yeah. I got this. (cheering) – [Announcer] Incredible. – Whew. – [Announcer] He is on a roll tonight. – Yeah! – [Announcer] Wow, they’re
loading up a rectangle. A rectangle has four sides,
two short and two long. Rectangle. – Er, powerwings, activate. Yay! (cheering) – [Announcer] Wowza! This show is jumptacular. – Yippee! (laughing) – [Announcer] Yikes, they
are pulling out the diamond. A diamond has four sides. Diamond. This is intense. – Hmm. Power propeller. Ta da! – [Announcer] Holy moly. – Yeah.
– Bolt is full of surprises. (laughing) Wait, what’s this? An oval? They have added an oval. Oval. Looks like it could topple over. – Uh oh. I’ll power engage. Yay! – [Announcer] That was close! But Bolt is not done yet. – Wow. – [Announcer] Wait, is that a banana? Oh, it’s a crescent shape. Same thing I guess. (laughing) Crescent. – Hmm. Whoo hoo! Good thing I’m not afraid of heights. (cheering) – [Announcer] This is so exciting. – Wow. – [Announcer] Uh oh,
here comes the octagon. An octagon has eight sides. Octagon. – Hmm. Tires engage. Ta da! – [Announcer] I have never
seen tire boosters, folks. – Yahoo! – [Announcer] What a show. Looks like they’re loading up a heart. I guess they are feeling the love tonight. Heart. – Mm. (laughing) Who hoo! – [Announcer] Let’s all
show Bolt some love. (cheering) – [Bolt] Whoa! – [Announcer] Whoa! Bolt barely made it over this time. – Wow. – [Announcer] Looks like they have one more shape in store for Bolt. A star! Can Bolt continue to be
the star of this show? – I don’t know about this one. I will just have to do my best. Whoo hoo! Balloons! – [Announcer] Bolt has done it, folks. He has jumped over 10 huge shapes. (laughing) Square. Circle. Triangle. Rectangle. Diamond. Oval. Crescent. Octagon. Heart. And star. Monster truck history
has been made here today. Old jump records are broken. Hey Bolt, where are you going? Bolt, Bolt? Guess he’ll have to get his
big jump award another time. Until then, monster truck fans, keep on trucking and
learning those shapes. – Yahoo! – [Announcer] Good evening. I am Zero Martindale. – [Announcer] And I’m Joe Sixpence. – [Zero] And we’re here
for another exciting night of mischief, mayhem and
hard trucking sports action. – [Joe] Yes, we have a number
of strong competitors tonight. – [Zero] Yep, five trucks,
20 wheels all revved up and ready to go. Competitor number one is Bolt. Bolt is all about fulfilling his needs, his needs for speeds. (laughing) Okay, that sounded better in rehearsal. – [Joe] Then we have competitor
number two, Boom Boom! Boom Boom is known for great enthusiasm. Always excited, always lovable. If he only paid a little more attention while on the course. Yep, he’s a clumsy one. (laughing) – [Zero] Next up on the lineup
is competitor number three. Lady Bug! Don’t be fooled by her
sweet, girly exterior. Lady Bug is fearless, loves to do tricks and is unafraid of
getting her tires muddy. – Whoo whoo! – [Joe] Then we have
competitor number four, Ollie! Ollie’s got the brains all
right, but he’s very cautious. I am not sure how he’ll
do in a show like this. (giggling) – [Zero] Finally we have
competitor number five, Dragon! Dragon’s ready to breathe
some fire tonight. He’s strong, tough, and loves
to be the center of attention. – Whoo hoo!
– There’s no bigger fan of Dragon than Dragon himself. – [Joe] Well that’s enough talk. Time for some action! Ready for the countdown, Zero? – [Zero] You bet. And we’re going to count
down backwards from 10, like we always do. – [Announcers] 10, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one. (horn blares) – [Joe] First up is Bolt. Bolt’s gonna wow all of us tonight by attempting to do 10
laps around the course in 10 seconds. – Yeah! – [Joe] And he’s off. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10. (cheering) – [Zero] I’m sorry Joe,
did something just happen? I must’ve blinked my eyes and missed it. Next up is Boom Boom. Oops. As we said, Boom is not always the best when it comes to this little thing called paying attention. One, two, three, four, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10! (laughing)
(cheering) – [Zero] Next up is Lady Bug. – Yes! – [Zero] She’s gonna knock
our socks off tonight by jumping through 10, that’s right, 10 flaming hoops. My, my, my, she is playing with fire. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10. (cheering)
– Yeah. – [Zero] Wow, Lady Bug can
do anything the boys can do. – [Trucks] Whoa. – [Zero] Next up is Ollie. Can you believe he’s going to attempt to jump over 10, I repeat,
10 automobiles tonight. – [Joe] I won’t believe
it ’til I see it, Zero. – [Zero] Look at him. He’s counting each car. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10. – [Ollie] Uh oh. – [Zero] It looks like
Ollie changed his mind. What a bummer. I hope you tries again. – [Joe] This just in. Since Ollie has decided
to sit this one out, Dragon is going to take his place and perform the jump instead. – Yeah! – [Joe] And here he goes. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10. He did it. – [Zero] Thank you for joining us for another night of monster truck mayhem. I’m Zero Martindale. – [Joe] And I’m Joe Sixpence. – [Zero] And we’re signing off. Make sure you tune in next time. We’ll be counting on you. (fireworks popping) – [Announcer] Hello sports fans. My name is Geometrix. And we are shaping up for some full throttle excitement tonight. – Yahoo! – [Geometrix] I don’t know about you all but I’m feeling great. I had three square meals and
I’m ready to rock and roll. If you peek into this oval shaped arena, you’ll see all of our contenders
revving up their engines and they are firing on all cylinders. Now each of our competitors
will perform a variety of tricks to amaze and dazzle all you fine folks. (laughing) First up we have Bolt. – Yeah! – Bolt will start off the evening by jumping over a cube. A cube has six faces that are all squares. And it looks like an
ice cube or a toy block. Except this cube is going
to be a little bigger than those ice cubes in
those drinks you’re holding. – Whoa! – [Geometrix] And he did it! – Yippee! – [Geometrix] Listen to
that thunderous applause. Well sure he can jump over a giant cube. But what about a giant sphere? – [Bolt] Hmm. – [Geometrix] A sphere is perfectly round, has no edges and it looks
like a ball or a marble. And look at that! This Bolt fellow must be
from another dimension. (laughing) Now let’s see if he can make his way to the next hemisphere or at
least roll his way over it. – Uh oh. – [Geometrix] A hemisphere
is a half of a sphere. The base is a circle and it looks like half of a watermelon or an upside down bowl. Amazing! – Wahoo! – [Geometrix] Now it’s time to
bring out our next contender, Lady Bug!
– Yeah! – [Geometrix] Don’t let
the lady’s looks fool you. This beauty’s got the strength of a beast. (laughing) For her first trick she’s going to pull a giant cylinder into
its upright position. A cylinder has two flat
faces that are circles and looks like a can or a drum. And she did it! – Yippee! – [Geometrix] Lady Bug
will continue to wow us with her brute strength
by pulling a large cone all around the track. (vibrant music) (cheering) And no, this cone doesn’t have
a scoop of ice cream on top. (trucks moaning) A cone has a circular base
that narrows towards a point. It also looks like a party
hat or a traffic cone. (Lady Bug groans) And look at her go! (cheering) That may as well be an ice cream cone with the way she’s dragging
it around the track. – [Lady Bug] Yeah! – [Geometrix] But that’s not all. Lady Bug’s got even more
tricks up her sleeve. (giggling) Now she’s going to dazzle us
with her amazing coordination as she balances on top of a giant pyramid. – Yahoo! – [Geometrix] That’s right! On top of a giant pyramid. – [Lady Bug] Whoa. – [Geometrix] A pyramid has a square base with four triangular sides. It looks like the Egyptian pyramids or the tops of some houses. – Yay! – [Geometrix] Wow! Is there anything this
spotted beauty can’t do? (laughing) Last but not least, our
third contender is Buzz! – Whoo hoo! – [Geometrix] And as you can see our crowd is buzzing with energy for
our cheerful little friend. (giggling) For his first trick, he’s going
to jump over a giant cuboid. – Whoa. – [Geometrix] That’s right,
not a cube, but a cuboid, or rectangular prism as it’s often called. A rectangular prism has six faces that are all rectangles. It looks like a present or a toy chest. – [Buzz] Yippee! – [Geometrix] And he did it! – Whoo hoo! – [Geometrix] For our
last trick of the night Buzz is going to ride
up a triangular prism and jump through a torus. Oh my. I don’t think I can
jump through that torus without getting stuck inside of it. (laughing) A triangular prism has two
flat faces that are triangles. It looks like a tent or a wedge of cheese. Yum! A torus doesn’t have any edges and has a hole in the middle of it. It looks like a donut or an innertube. – Whoa. – [Geometrix] Whoa, that is one for the record books, alright. – Yeah! (laughing) – [Geometrix] Let’s recap
these incredible shapes that challenged our competitors. Cube. Sphere. Hemisphere. Cylinder. Cone. Pyramid. Rectangular prism. Triangular prism. Torus. All the trucks are winners in my book. Thank you once again for joining us and don’t forget to keep on truckin’. (upbeat music) (cheering) (upbeat music) – [Narrator] In the wonderful
land of Truckopolis, our seven friends are rushing to school. – Woo-woo! – Yeah! – [Narrator] The trucks
are very excited today because they’re learning all
about the months of the year. (cheering) The first month is January. We begin this month by
celebrating the new year. – Yay! – Yippee! (party horn blaring) – [Boom Boom] Oops! – [Narrator] The second month
of the year is February, when we celebrate our loved
ones on Valentine’s Day. (smooches) – Aw! – [Narrator] The third month is March, when we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. If you follow a rainbow
all the way to the end, you might find a leprechaun’s pot of gold. – Whoo hoo! – [Narrator] That one is
just a picture, Boom Boom. (Boom Boom whines) The fourth month is April. April brings in spring. – Yes! – [Narrator] April is often very rainy. – [Boom Boom] Eh. – [Narrator] But as the old saying goes, April showers bring May flowers. Because May, the fifth month,
is usually sunny and warm. – Mmm. Uh oh. (Boom Boom exclaims) – [Narrator] The sixth
month of the year is June. June is often the start
of summer vacation. – Yeah! – Whoo hoo! – [Narrator] And fun
filled days on the beach. – Huh? – Uh oh. – [Narrator] Well, June days are fun as long as you’re not
being chased by bees. (truck exclaiming) The seventh month is July, when many people celebrate
Independence Day. – Yay! – Yippee! – [Narrator] We celebrate with
flags and barbecues and… (fireworks popping) – Uh oh. (trucks exclaiming) Oops. – [Narrator] The eighth month is August, the hottest month of the year. In August, young monster
trucks run the risk of overheating. Unless they have plenty of fans. – [Boom Boom] Whoo! – Whoa!
– Whoa! – [Narrator] September is
the ninth month of the year. In September, monster trucks
get to go back to school and learn so many wonderful things. – Yahoo!
– Yeah! – [Boom Boom] Wahoo! Doh! – [Narrator] The 10th month
of the year is October. October is the spookiest month because it brings us all
the scares of Halloween. – Yeah! – Boo! (laughing) – [Narrator] But it also
brings lots of candy. – Yahoo! – [Narrator] November is the 11th month. It brings us the Thanksgiving feast of yams and cranberry sauce and turkey. – Yeah! (clucking) – [Narrator] (laughs) That’s
not a turkey, Boom Boom. – Huh? – [Narrator] It’s a chicken. – Uh. – [Narrator] And it is
definitely not cooked. (Boom Boom exclaims) (chicken clucks) The 12th and final month
of the year is December. December brings snow and winter
games and lots of holidays. – [Boom Boom] Ta da! Whoo! Uh oh. – [Narrator] And then the
months start all over again. Try to say them with me this time. January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. Every month of the year is so exciting. Almost as exciting as learning. – [Trucks] Yeah! – [Narrator] Come back
next time, won’t you? You know the months of the year now. But you never know what we’ll learn next. – Yippee! – Whoo hoo! – Yahoo! (laughing) Thanks for watching and please subscribe for more awesome videos.