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That was fantastic :D. Was it Sesame Street?
I'm pretty sure I saw this on Sesame Street at least 20yrs ago! LOL!!! It was great then, is great now!!! :-)
I love it! Pete didn't want to watch because his number is 4. In his own words, 4 is his favorite because "he likes to draw the leg." Must see if there are any "4" videos out there. :-)karen in ca
oh yeah! holy moly 8 balls of fur! a household fave. Another 8 I hope you have seen alredy is the Schoolhouse Rock Figure 8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7DzWZTvIjg:o) Little Bev in grade schhol daydreaming about 8s. lol
Looks like Sesame street! Very good!Im a number 9 person!
That was totally cool. I think I remember seeing that before. It brought back good feelings of being little.
that has to be sesame street.Does anyone else remember schoolhouse rocks? That's how I (and then my kids) learned the times tables. rote memorization bah!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jeq5a8bBh8c
Yup I was going to say 20 years ago too, but it's probably more like 35 - Eek!
Yup, Sesame Street. :) We have it on the "What's the Name of that Song" video. Can still picture Small One at two, running around like crazy to that song: "Eights! Eights! Eights! Eightseightseightseightseights! Eeeeiiiiights!!"Schoolhouse Rock is on DVD! My brother and I saw the segments on Saturday mornings between cartoons; he liked the "Three Is a Magic Number" song best, by far. (The refrain goes, "3 6 9 ... 12 15 18 ...") Couple (er, or more) decades later, I found the Schoolhouse Rock DVD for Small One after he'd gone so crazy about the "8 Balls of Fur" song. His instant favorite over-and-over-and-over-again song? Yup.Anyway, glad y'all like this!Marie S.
Oh, you know WE watch it a lot!!! I was so excited to see it mentioned. We googled 8 and have found all kinds of fun things (including Bev and her website). (For those that don't know, my little girl's special interests are 8 and purple; she's 4. Oh, she likes 8 because it is "perfect" upside down, too. And also with her synesthesia, 8 is the only purple number.)So excited about the posters I'm going to hang!- Missy (and Caden)
Hilarious even without audio. I note that the piano falls apart at the end. Nothing is held back!
Totally unrelated to 8, but full of lovely rectilinear patterns, this new microchip as featured in the Guardian newspaper:http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/gallery/2007/nov/13/internationalnews?picture=331251375
This was one of Little Chrissy's rare solo performances -- the number eight, of course, being important enough to compel him to take to the stage without The Alphabeats.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEFYJOdJhfMThat is all. n.n
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