– Who likes basketball? – I like football and
basketball and soccer. – Okay, then you’re my man. (cheery music) – [Children] Hi! – Hi camera. – Show and tell is where
you bring a toy and show, that’s why it’s called– I’ve shown it. And the tell part is that
cause you tell them about it, and they can ask questions. That’s why it’s called show and tell. – [Children] Oooh. Let’s get started. – Let’s get started people. – Open your eyes. This is one of my favorite toys. I named it Yellow Bear because
it’s yellow and it’s a bear. (laughs) Sometimes in the morning,
I play dress up with him, and I dress it up. – Who give it to you? – My dad. – Is it a boy or a girl? – It’s a boy. – Is it always yellow? – Yes. Does anyone wanna touch it? – Me, me, me. – Okay, we’ll go around in a circle. – Ooh. He’s very soft. – This is so heavy. (screams) – Come back here teddy bear. – I could carry him with
probably one finger. Oh. Probably not.
– No you can’t. – Is there anymore questions? Alana? – Um. I forgot. – [Children] Bye Yellow Bear! – Open. I have these cars. And this one, I like to introduce because it’s Lightening McQueen. It has one of my favorite colors. Red and a little orange. Crystal. – Does Lightening McQueen ever got broken? – It has a rip sticker. This is Maynerd. – Who? – Mater. – Maynerd. – M-A-T-E-R. You’re saying M-A-M-E-R – Maynerd. – How long have you had those toys? – I got this one I think
when I just turned three. And this one when I was two because I got this one before this one. I love these guys. (kissing noises) (children squealing) – That one’s screaming, and that one’s puking. (children laughing) – These are my basketball players. This one is Stephen Curry. I have on his jersey right now. And this one is Russell Westbrook. I have about 20 of ’em. My grandma buys ’em for me,
for my birthday and Christmas. Okay, question time. – You got a ball? – I think everyone comes with a ball, but I lose ’em everywhere. Crystal. – Did you break any of them? – Long story. Okay, next question. Ethan? – The first type, who? Wait. I forgot. (host laughing) – Anymore questions? Do you wanna touch it? – Yes. – How much did it cost? – I don’t know. I think they’re cheap. – I’m turning the leg. (gasps) (sighs) (laughing) – You broke it! (laughing) – [Children] Thank you Justin! – Oh, what’s this? – Sparkly. – This is my dolphin. It’s really adorable. And I got it for my sixth birthday party, and my friend Alley give it to me. – What is it made out of? – It made of sewing,
then they put sparkles. Then they put glue round here. Then they put sparkles. Then the eyes. They made the eyes, then
they put glue on it. Then they put it on it. Crystal? – At my house we have unicorn one of those that is very, very, very,
very fuzzy and sparkly. – I have a seahorse one. – You. – Is it soft? – Yes. – Can I touch it?
– Yeah. – So fluffy! The fluffy imagination is alive. – What do you call it? – Sparkles. And her last name is Sprinkles. – [Children] Thank you for sharing! – You’re welcome. – Okay, I’m next because
I’m the only one that didn’t get my toy yet. – Tell us what it is. – This is my Stuffy. It’s from Aunt Marcie,
and I named it Timber. – You sleep with it every single night? – Yes. And when I don’t see it at nighttime, I look everywhere on the bed and then I look on the
sides, on the floor. And then I say, Timber! I do. – How many stuffies do
you have on your bed? – Like 100. – Yes. – Does your brother have stuffies? – Yes. And there’s one stuffy
that he named Puggy. – It’s really cute. – Alana. – What it smell like? – Like wood and kind of good actually. – Smell like perfume. – I have a question for Timber. – Yes? – Do you like living with Gigi? – Yes. I do like living with her. – What’s your favorite dance move? (speaks in singsong) (children laughing) – [Children] Bye Timber! – Are you gonna play with me? – Yes. – You wanna be my friend? (toys clacking) (screaming) – [Children] Thank you for
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