Added by on 2016-04-21

[ Duck Duck Kids TV ] Let’s learn colors with many 3D surprise eggs in this english learning videos for kids. This is one of our color lessons aims to teach colours to preschoolers, kindergarten children and babies in a funny way! Also learn the English word of colors, learn-a-word per surprise egg! Our 3D animated surprise eggs have smile faces, toddlers will be happy to learn colors with smiley face ! We’re going to learn colors by opening the giant surprise eggs in different style one by one, you can see many color balls come out. Let’s challenge yourself to count the numbers of color balls for kids we have in each egg? How to teach toddler colors? The answer may be found in this color lesson (in a funny way!). Child can learn colours with surprise eggs and color balls which are in Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Pink, Brown, Black and White. This is one of our learning videos for 1 year old, 2 year old and 3 year olds toddlers. Please check out our channel for more videos. We hope our videos can make your kids and family happy 🙂 Enjoy! Learn and have fun! Thanks for watching! ————————————————————— Watch More… ————————————————————— [ Playlists ] Play All Videos – DuckDuckKidsTV Play All – Kid Safe Learning Videos (from Latest) – DuckDuckKidsTV ————————————————————— Please Support Us ! ————————————————————— Please SUBSCRIBE: YouTube Channel – http://www.youtube.com/DuckDuckKidsTV Let’s click the “SHARE” button to share to your friends! ————————————————————— Follow us on… ————————————————————— Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DuckDuckKidsTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+Duckduckkidstv Twitter : https://www.twitter.com/DuckDuckKidsTV Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/duckduckkidstv/ * Wallpapers are inside the Facebook photo album Background Music : Clowning Around by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ This is part of our homeschool week 26 of 2015/2016. We are […]

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  • SanSanychTV 1 year ago

    It's really amazing! More important that it captures kids attention and directs in a right track. Those who's first language is not English may ease learn it.

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  • Angel Brown 1 year ago

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  • ThatOrganicMom 1 year ago

    I love that you guys do 4H as homeschoolers. I need to get more into the homeschool community where we live. We have done Square Foot Gardening (about 9 years ago) with our older kids…now I'm just starting to garden with my younger set (7 years between sets) and I'm loving it. This is a great video. Glad I found your channel.

  • laurettabear 1 year ago

    So cool! I love this!!

  • Freedom with Learning 1 year ago

    This is awesome Trish! What a blessing that your kids get to do this stuff! We're in a small house with a tiny garden at the moment but I look forward to being able to do this with our kids in the near future…

  • LawnsAreDumb 1 year ago

    Awesome!!! We just got the rest of our gardening goodies yesterday. Seed potatoes, and onions, and strawberries! So excited to get back to gardening this year! Can't wait to see what your kiddo's get growing!

  • Tangi The Cavers Wife 1 year ago

    This is great! How fun! Can't wait to see how their gardens turn out.

  • Precious Homeschool 1 year ago

    Way to go kids!! I hope they grow delicious veggies that they can be proud of! Good job, Trish, teaching your children to grow their own food, that's a great lifetime skill.

  • Living Weird 1 year ago

    That's great 🙂 I grew a garden when I was little. My mom had the big garden but I got a small spot on the side of the house.