Winnie the Pooh Shapes and Sizes (2006)

Watch Pooh and his friends in an amazing adventure in learning called Winnie the Pooh shapes and sizesWinnie the Pooh Shapes and Sizes...
On this adventurer Pooh and his friends will learn about these five shapes: circle, square, rectangle, triangle and diamond. And sizes: big and small. Directed by David Bossert; produced by Baker Bloodworth; written by Carter Crocker; based on characters created by A. A. Milne; with the voice talents of: Jim Cummings as Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, Peter Cullen as Eeyore, Travis Oates as Piglet, Ken Sansom as Rabbit, Andre Stojka as Owl, David Ogden Stiers as Narrator; original songs with lyrics by Marcy Heisler and music by Zina Goldrich:

The Shape Of Things Big Small Wonderful Wood

performed by Tamara L. Damiano; score composed and conducted by Mark Watters; art director: Barry Atkinson; edited by Ralph Eusebio, Craig Pausen and Alan Stewart.
EEYORE: What do you suppose that shapes called?
What do you suppose that shapes called?
Triangle! That's it! RABBIT: I'm getting ready to plant my vegetable garden and I need you to find me a few things
I need you to find me a few things
WINNIE THE POOH: Such things. RABBIT: Well, I'm going to need lots of different boxes and baskets to sort all my many vegetables on harvest day and I need them in shapes of triangles, squares, circles, rectangles and diamonds.



POOH: I came to ask what do you know about circles and squares such... TIGGER: What I know about shapes he asks
What I know about shapes he asks
Of course a circle it's basically a non square Euler. In shape naturally and have a little weak edible width and then it goes like that so there you have it. If you see what I mean. OWL: I see your problem. It's a matter of finding the proper shapes
It's a matter of finding the proper shapes
POOH: Do you know about shapes? OWL: My dear Pooh bear, I know shapes like the back of my hand. A wing. Where you have a triangle spot you need a frame in a triangle shape
you need a frame in a triangle shape
TIGGER: Do you think you could teach us? OWL: I should be delighted. A triangle has three sides: one and two and three
A triangle has three sides: one and two and three
A square has four sides, all the same and four corners
A square has four sides, all the same and four corners
One, two, three and four.

A diamond is a square stepping on its tippy-toes
A diamond is a square stepping on its tippy-toes
A circle is round like so it has no corner
A circle is round like so it has no corner
A rectangle is like a square that's been stretched: two sides are longer than the others
A rectangle is like a square that's been stretched: two sides are longer than the others
OWL: A size is not a shape Pooh. It's the measure of things. This for example. Is a big tree and this is a small tree
Is a big tree and this is a small tree

FINAL LINE: And that is how Pooh and his friends found that things come in all shapes and all sizes once not so very long ago in a remarkable place called a Hundred Acre Wood.

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