Caillou Learns All About Thanksgiving! #CaillouHolidayFun | Caillou Full Episodes ADVERTISEMENT

Caillou Learns All About Thanksgiving! #CaillouHolidayFun | Caillou Full Episodes ADVERTISEMENT


– [Narrator] Hi, parents,
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to learn more. Even though it was
early in the morning, Caillou’s house was already
buzzing with activity. Today was Thanksgiving Day
and his mommy and daddy were busy getting ready
to make a very big feast. Caillou knew that
Thanksgiving was a special day but he wasn’t exactly sure
what it was all about. – Mommy, why do we
celebrate Thanksgiving? What makes today so special? – Well, Caillou, it all
started a very long time ago, when America was just
beginning as a new nation. It was a time when
people came together to give thanks for
a plentiful harvest. – A what? What does a plentiful
harvest mean, Mommy? – Well, I think if you go
and give your daddy a hand in the garden, he might be
able to help you understand. – [Narrator] Caillou’s mommy
and daddy had a vegetable patch in their backyard. Caillou had spent a lot
of time helping his daddy water the plants
over the hot summer. But he didn’t really
understand what the garden had to do with Thanksgiving. – Hi, Daddy, I was asking
Mommy about the meaning of Thanksgiving and she said
something about being thankful and a plentiful harvest? What does that mean exactly? – Well, see that basket
full of pumpkins, Caillou? – Yes. – Well, that is a
plentiful harvest. It means that we have
grown more pumpkins than we can eat ourselves. So rather than let
them go to waste, it’s better to share them. – Oh, I see. So Thanksgiving is about sharing
what we have with others? – Yes, and if everyone
brings something to share, then we will all have
more than enough. – Wow, that is a great idea! – You’re right, Caillou,
and having what we need and enough to share is something
to be very thankful for, don’t you think? – I think you’re right, Daddy. – [Narrator] Over the
course of the afternoon, all of Caillou’s friends came
over with something to share, and everyone had a big feast. (jaunty orchestral music) As the end of the meal drew
near, Caillou remembered a song that he had heard at
playgroup that week. – Hey, everybody, can I teach
you a Thanksgiving song? Kids at home, do you
want to sing too? – [Kids] Yay! Let’s sing! – All right, sing along
with me and my friends. It’s called The Thankful
Song and this is how it goes: ♪ Thanksgiving is
a time to share ♪ To give thanks
and show you care ♪ With family and
friends all there ♪ Thanksgiving can
happen anywhere ♪ Thanksgiving can
happen anywhere – Yeah, that was really
something, Caillou. – Come on, let’s all
sing it together. You too, kids! ♪ Thanksgiving is
a time to share ♪ To give thanks
and show you care ♪ With family and
friends all there ♪ Thanksgiving can
happen anywhere ♪ Thanksgiving can
happen anywhere – And now for the
really fun part. This part of the song
is all about what we’re each thankful for. And it goes something like this: Break it down, DJ! (hip-hop beat) ♪ One, two, three, four ♪ Tell me what
you’re thankful for ♪ Five, six, seven, eight ♪ Name some things
that make life great ♪ I’m thankful for my house ♪ My family, my toys ♪ I love my awesome tree house ♪ My cat’s purring noise ♪ My friends are super awesome ♪ They have such
big, kind hearts ♪ But now I think it’s time ♪ For someone else to start ♪ Go Leo, go Leo, go, go, go Leo ♪ One, two, three, four ♪ Tell me what
you’re thankful for ♪ Five, six, seven, eight ♪ Name some things
that make life great ♪ I’m not much of a rapper ♪ But for this
I’ll give it a shot ♪ I’m thankful for my family ♪ And anything else I forgot ♪ I really love suspenders ♪ And the color yellow ♪ But now I think it’s time ♪ For Clementine to say hello ♪ Go Clem, go clem,
go, go, go Clem – ♪ One, two, three, four ♪ Tell me what
you’re thankful for ♪ Five, six, seven, eight ♪ Name some things
that make life great ♪ Being thankful is contagious ♪ That means that
you can catch it ♪ By spending times with friends ♪ Who are thankfully legit ♪ Surround yourself with people ♪ Who are grateful
for their blessings ♪ And watch your life become ♪ The best and I’m not messing ♪ One, two, three, four ♪ Tell me what
you’re thankful for ♪ Five, six, seven, eight ♪ Name some things
that make life great ♪ So happy Thanksgiving ♪ We hope your day is great ♪ And that you eat your dinner ♪ And finish your plate ♪ Hug the ones you love ♪ And all of those who care ♪ As you spread a simple message ♪ Be thankful and share – [Narrator] Caillou
was staring out the front window of his home. It had been raining for the
whole morning and he was starting to get very frustrated. All Caillou wanted to do was
go outside to run and play. But it seemed the
weather was determined to try ruin Caillou’s day. Already this morning,
he and Rosie had played hide and seek, (jaunty orchestral music) made a picnic out of play dough, had a living-room dance party, watched some very
funny cartoons, helped Mommy with some
chores around the house, and Caillou was beginning
to worry that they would run out of things to do. At lunchtime, he decided
to speak to his mommy about his worry. – Mommy, what are we going
to do this afternoon? I feel like we’ve already
done everything that we can do inside the house. And it’s still raining outside. I’m worried that while Rosie
has her nap, there will be nothing left for me to do. – Don’t worry, Caillou, I
promise you that everything will work out just fine. You are so lucky to have
so many toys to play with and I’m sure that you will
think of something to do. Don’t forget,
sometimes you just have to use your imagination. – Hmmm, OK, Mommy. I will do my best. (sighs) – [Narrator] After
lunch, Caillou gave Rosie a night-night kiss
and made his way into the living room to play. It was quiet downstairs
and he wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do. All he could hear is
the tink-tink-tink But then, he noticed his
spaceship and suddenly had a great idea. (jaunty orchestral music) – Mommy, is it OK if I
move some of the chairs in the living room? – Sure, Caillou,
just be careful. – I will be. Thanks, Mommy! (orchestral march) – [Narrator] As Caillou
finished arranging the chairs in a circle around him, he
heard a knock-knock-knock at the front door. Caillou knew that it was
a grown-up’s job to open the front door, but he
ran and had a sneaky-peak through the letterbox
to see who it was. He could not believe his eyes. – Hi, Leo and Clementine,
how are you two doing today? – Hi, guys, I’m so
happy to see you! What a super surprise! – This weather is sure
the pits, isn’t it? I don’t know about you, but I
was going a little stir-crazy at home until my mommy said
that I’d been invited over here. – Me too, I don’t think it’s
ever gonna stop raining. – Speaking of rain, why don’t
you two come inside before you get soaked through. – That is a great idea. (laughs) (laughs) – [Narrator] As Leo and
Clementine stepped inside, Caillou noticed that
they had each brought something with them. – What’s that, Clementine? – Oh yeah, this is
a big bed sheet. Your mommy said that she
thought we might need it this afternoon for our travels. – Our travels? Hmmm, interesting. And you, Leo, what
did you bring? – This is my super-charged,
rocket-launching remote control. Please be careful, though,
it’s very powerful and only licensed astronauts
are able to operate it. – [Narrator] Caillou looked
at his mommy, amazed. How did she know that he had
arranged the chairs that way in the living room in
order to build a spaceship? He might only be four years old, but he knew one thing for sure: Mommies are very smart. He gave her a big hug. – OK, guys, let’s get going! We have a lot to do this
afternoon but first, we have to build a rocket ship. – [Narrator] Caillou,
Clementine, and the chairs were positioned
perfectly and then they all worked together to
stretch Clementine’s of the chairs. They tucked the sheet in tight
underneath all the chairs to make sure their
rocket ship was airtight. And Mommy even helped them
to cut a hole in the top so that they could see
the stars as their rocket blasted into space. – Wow, look at how incredible
our spaceship is, guys! We did it, we built a spaceship! – I think this is
looking spectacular. As captain of this vessel,
I would like to award each of you the title of
Lieutenant Astronaut. There you go. There’s no one else I
would rather fly with. – Thanks, Captain Leo! Should we do some last-minute
checks to make sure we have everything we need? – Excellent idea,
Lieutenant Clementine. Where is the checklist? – It’s here, Captain Leo. – [Leo] OK, spaceship? – Check! – Check. – [Leo] Rocket fuel? – Check! – Check. – Food and other
space provisions? – Check. – Check. – Maps of our galaxy
and outer space? – Check. – Check. – Super-charged,
rocket-launching remote control? – Check. – Check. – Well, that’s it,
this mission is all go and ready to launch. All aboard, astronauts. – [Narrator] Leo, Clementine,
and Caillou crawled into their spaceship and
prepared to take off. None of them had ever
been to space before but they hoped it would be
much better in outer space than the rainy day they
were having on Earth. – OK, astronauts, counting
down to blast-off in 10, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one. (rocket blast) – [Narrator] Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe. The video you just watched
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