The Fixies ★ The String Light – Plus More Full Episodes ★ Fixies English | Videos For Kids

The Fixies ★ The String Light – Plus More Full Episodes ★ Fixies English | Videos For Kids

Can you believe that Fixies are
Such itty-bitty creatures? Even when they’re magnified
It’s hard to see their features. They’re tiny, infinitesimal,
So small it makes you doubt. But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! Chess How about that? Then I’ll play… my pawn. And I’ll play my pawn. Grandpus, we need our spool and it’s missing. Oh! Congratulations. Professor, have you seen it anywhere? The spool? I haven’t seen it. We’re playing chess, can’t you see? Do you like board games? Like Dominoes, for instance. Just about everybody has played it,
but do you know where it came from? Dominoes was invented by the ancient Chinese. They made tiles and decorated them
with dots like on a pair of dice. And this a game that looks a lot like checkers, but it’s a lot more challenging. It’s called backgammon. Backgammon originated in Persia
and from there it spread all over the world. But the most challenging game of them all
is the game of chess. Chess was invented in India, and today the game of chess is loved in every country. It’s played by adults, by children,
and even by computers! Chess is a real sport, but the most important thing for playing chess
is not the power in your arms, but the power in your brain. Hey, look! I found it! Hey, what’s going on?! That’s our spool! Please let us take it back!
There’s something we have to do with it. But we’re using it! Can’t you wait? It’s a replacement for the missing pawn. Oh! Nolik can work for a while
as the pawn’s replacement. Yeah! I could do it! Alright, you can take it. And you stand right over here. One, two, three, up we go! Class! So how do we play? You’re going to play for the whites. And now I’m going to capture your knight! And we… We’re going to knock over yours! Take that! Woah-woah-woah, young man! Slow down! It goes back here. Nolik, get back to your square! What for? Pawns don’t move like that. Then how do they move? Only one square per move and only forward. Of all of the pieces, the little pawn is the weakest. What a mess! So which one’s strongest? This! It’s the queen!
She’s the most dangerous threat to the other king. How come I couldn’t be queen?! Then that black king would have to deal with me. Oh, yes! In chess each player has a black or white army
with eight pawns, two knights, two bishops, two castles and a queen. All of them work together for their king, trying to protect him while attacking the enemy’s king. If the king finds himself in a position
where he can be captured, the attacking player says “check”. And if the king finds himself with nowhere to run
from the attack, it’s called “checkmate”. Whoever checkmates the other player’s king first
is the winner! I’ll move my queen. Yeah! And me… my queen! Then I’ll just capture your queen! Really? Then I’ll just capture yours! Granpus, should I go now? Not yet. So, do you feel like surrendering? You’re kidding. Do you? Nolik, forward! Hurrah! We’ll step aside. Forward! Uh-huh! Next I’ll go and capture the knight! He got away! Alright, Pawn, and once more – go forward! Grand… Grandpus! Where do I go now? Don’t you see the edge? Don’t go anywhere! Now you’re the queen! What?! The rules of chess say that if a pawn
makes it all the way to the other side, he can become anything that was captured earlier. Hurrah! Then I’ll be the queen!
And I’ll be the strongest piece in the whole game! Hey, queen! Get back here! In case you don’t know, this isn’t over yet! We capture the pawn with the queen. Queen, this is your new place. Check. Check. Huh! Yeah? Now come to here. Check mate, my colleague! Of course it is! Oh! It is… mate. Yeah. I lost. Hurrah! Tideesh! Tideesh! Tideesh! Professor, we found the missing pawn for you. So that means Nolik can leave with us. I’m not going anywhere with you! Chess is the greatest game you’ll ever play in your life! You should have seen
how I put Professor Eugenius into check mate! Really? Well… Grandpus helped me a little. Actually, it was Grandpus telling me where to move. But I’m the queen now! Fixies have a special sign
I happened to discover. They hold three fingers in the air
And flash it to each other. They send their greetings to you,
They sing them and they shout, But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! The Stain Tom Thomas, what’s going on? If you really want to watch TV
then you have to turn it on first. I’m not watching it, I’m looking at my reflection. I’m working on a self-portrait. And which shelf will you be painting
in your shelf-portrait? It’s not a shelf-portrait, it’s called a self-portrait. It’s when an artist draws or paints a picture of himself. Of himself?! Huh! You think you’ve got muscles
like this superhero I see here on this paper? How can I see exactly what my muscles look like? And anyway, let the artist do his work! Tom Thomas! Your shirt! There is a spot! Oh, no! Wipe it off! Quickly! It’s even worse! So now what? What we really need is Masiya. Ordinary dirt can be cleaned off with a brush
or washed off with water. But there are stains that are not that easy to get rid of. Stains from fruit need to be soaked in hot water first. Blood stains, on the other hand,
should never be washed in hot water. You can clean stains from paint or rust as well. Only for those you’ll need to use a special stain remover. But stain removers should only be used
with the help of a parent or other adult that knows how to use them safely. Hey, I know a great way to do it! What do you use to get rid of pencil marks? An eraser. Only this shirt isn’t paper. And so what? Let’s try it! What’s the harm? Now I’ve got three colors to get off. New idea! We should paint over it with this correction pen! With white out? Yeah! That was a bad idea. Now I got it! You have to use some water! The washer would be better. Don’t you think? No! You can’t wash whites with colors. And you’ve got a white shirt with colors all over it. Then how about if… we try some more water? How much more can you use? Any more ideas? You know what?! It’s possible we did something wrong. Everything you did was wrong! You should have used a spot remover
to clean off that stain. A spot remover? No way! Take a look at it, Simka! I think it’s marvelous! They painted that white shirt so nicely! Toola is Simka’s best friend. She’s very tall – almost as tall as Papus. Yeah, she’s the tallest one in her class. And she’s strong too! Toola loves to laugh
and she does it louder than everybody. That’s just the way she is – cheerful and kind. Ready to help anyone who needs it
and making sure her friends are getting along. Of course I don’t like that she treats me like a baby especially since she’s the one that’s a scaredy cat. She can even get scared of a cute little spider. And she believes in all sorts of
silly superstitions and horoscopes. Toola will believe anything you tell her which is really great
because it makes it so easy to play tricks on her. But she takes it all in good fun. That’s because she’s Toola! It was on purpose, wasn’t it? Well, yeah! Tom Thomas, no! Your mom will punish you
for just one of them, and now you’re gonna make more stains? Don’t wory, Nolik. I forgot that this is an old shirt
and I’m allowed to get it all dirty if I want. And I tried so hard to clean it! Put another spot there. And over here. One in the middle, and a line over there. Splendid! That looks great! And how about down there? Wow! It’s like fireworks! Splendid! There’s a name for this style of painting,
and properly speaking it’s an abstract painting. They have lots of lines and spots
and every one sees whatever they want in them. Yeah, look! A golden ball by the river! And there’s Tom Thomas with an “F” on his report card! Tom Thomas, what did you do to your room? And your shirt! You know what they call it? It’s a… Abstract art! There’s something good in it. I like it. Abstract art! Isn’t it great? Ah! My little artist. Can you believe that Fixies are
Such itty-bitty creatures? Even when they’re magnified
It’s hard to see their features. They’re tiny, infinitesimal,
So small it makes you doubt. But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! The Ship in a Bottle Simka! Nolik! Here, take a look at this! Oh wow! Awesome! Where did you get this from? From one of the shelves in Dad’s office.
He’s got lots of cool stuff in there. That’s cool! I’ll be the captain! This is like a totally real sailing ship
with masts, cordage and everything! And how can it all get in there through such a little hole? A ship in a bottle is a real miracle! Do you want me to tell you the secret
of how it gets inside? It’s like so. All of the ship’s masts are collapsible. Before the boat is put into the bottle, the masts are folded down
and pressed against the ship’s body, so it’s small enough to fit through the bottle’s neck. And once the ship is inside the bottle, the masts and sails are opened back up
by pulling on a thread. Hands on deck! There’s a giant octopus starboard! I’m an octopus? Oh, look out! Brave sailors like us, we’re not afraid of storms! Tom Thomas, be careful! Hey! Did it break? No. It’s all tideesh! It’s not close to tideesh! Take a look how this mast broke! What have I done! Don’t worry. We can fix it. Get some glue, OK? Here’s some superglue I found. This is the kind that will keep things stuck forever. Nolik! Come and help! This stuff is so stinky! Tideesh! That’s better. Thank you guys! We sailors never let a friend down. Nolik, you gotta get out! You’ll get sick from that stinky air! I can’t get loose. I… I got stuck! Hello there, Tom Thomas! What are you doing with the ship
from my collection in here? I just… wanted to give it some air. Tom Thomas, you know that taking things
out of my office just not allowed. Hey, look! What an interesting cabin boy. I never noticed him before. I’ll take it, Dad, and put it back on the shelf! OK? Who just sneezed? I did! Ahchoo! Well, alright then. Do your homework and please
don’t set foot in my office again! Simka, where are you going? To save Nolik! I’ll come with you. You’re not allowed inside that office!
Your father said no! Sweetheart, your soup is getting cold! I’m coming! Nolik! Where are you? Simka, why is everything turning? Because you inhaled the fumes from that stinky glue! Everybody knows how strong the smell of paints,
cleaning fluids and glues can be. But the nasty smell is not where the real danger lies. Breathing in the fumes from paint or glue
can give you a terrible headache. Or even worse, it can make you faint! That’s why when the Fixies
need to paint or glue something, they are supposed to put on
a safety mask called a respirator. And humans need to remember to wear masks
just like Fixies when they working with fumes. And never forget that the fumes from glue and paint
can be flammable. It only takes one spark and – kaboom!
There can be an explosion! So, always remember to have plenty of clean air moving through any room
where you are gluing or painting anything. Simka! Hurry up! Hang in there, Nolik! I’ll get you out of there. Nolik! Oh no! Is he OK? Nolik! Nolik! Nolik! You’re alive! Turning starboard. Turning port. Piasters! Piasters! Whatever. He’s going to be fine. Nolik, do you know who I am? A giant octopus? They take care of our machines,
Irons, phones, and toasters, MP3s and TV screens,
Even rollercoasters! Without them clocks stop ticking;
Without them lights go out! But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! The String Lights We’re almost all done. Yeah! Now Santa Claus is going to come over. He will say: “One, two, three, lights light up the tree!” Then we’ll get our presents. The real Santa Claus?! Yeah, for sure! The real Santa Claus will come to you? You’ll see for yourself. He comes to me every year. Ok, so let’s practice. One, two, three, lights light up the tree! Oh! The string lights burned out. And we don’t have another one! Tom Thomas! Santa Claus is almost here. Is the tree ready? No! Not quite yet. Oh no! Oh no! What are we going to do? I’ll be right back! Tom Thomas, what do you think, will Santa Claus give you any presents
if there aren’t any lights on the tree? No, way. It’s not right without the light! It just wouldn’t be magical! Papus! Masiya! Santa Claus is about to come to Tom Thomas, but the string lights on the tree, they all burned out! They all burned out? Really? The bulbs in a string light
are connected together like a chain, with a piece of wire between each bulb. When you turn on a string light, electricity flows through the wire
lighting up each of the bulbs along its way. t if any one of the bulbs gets burned out,
the circuit will be broken and the electricity will stop flowing. That means one bad bulb
will make all of the lights go out. So, if you want to fix a string light with a bad bulb, the answer is really simple. Just find the bad one and put a new one in. So, do we have a spare bulb around here? I’ll get it for you! I know where it is. Tom Thomas! Hold up Santa Claus for a while! We need a little time to find and replace
that bad light for you. I’ll try to! Tom Thomas, Santa Claus is already here! Ho ho ho! I got one thing to do! So, let’s find the bad bulb! Ok, Papus, let’s go! This one’s working. Maybe this one burned out? Nope. And that? It lights fine. – Santa Claus is getting very hot out here!
– Hold on! Simka, what’s up? We checked all of the bulbs
but couldn’t find the bad one. I guess this year it won’t be magical. OK, Mom, just come on in! Ho ho ho! Hello there Tom Thomas! So tell me now, have you been good all year? Huh! Why aren’t the lights on the tree burning? So, let’s say it together: One, two, three! Ouch! Papus! I found one more bulb! Here’s the one that’s not working! One, two, three! Lights light up the tree! Now we need to replace this bulb with a new one. So where is Masiya? Show your light, o tree! Hurray! That was really hard! I see you already got it shining! But where did you manage to find a new bulb? We got Papus to act as the bulb. Tideesh! Tideesh! Ah, what a hero! Pull me up so we can put this bulb in. On Christmas Eve, On Christmas Eve, On Christmas Eve Our spirit’s lighter. And on the tree, And on the tree, On Christmas Eve Nice box! The lights burn brighter. Every year when no one is expecting From some place that no one could conceive Appears a little miracle before us Every year on Christmas Eve. On Christmas Eve, On Christmas Eve, The clock it seems Is ticking slower, Then suddenly A miracle No one believes Comes out of nowhere. Every year when no one is expecting From some place that no one could conceive Appears a little miracle before us Every year on Christmas Eve.


  1. Ariane Caraca says:


  2. William Ioannides says:

    I love the fixies

  3. Samia Siddiqui says:

    Fixies can you lern how to be smart

  4. Samantha Ram says:

    fixies are you real btw i love you fixies

  5. kaiden borg says:

    I love fixes and ch

  6. amaka montessori says:

    is it an educational video

  7. amaka montessori says:

    are they real

  8. Mtray Chan says:

    Why is this on my Recommendation? I’m 15… with Autism

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