Wed 28 Mar Comedy adventure series in which animated numbers solve mathematical problems. The show has a swing of science fiction in it, as the Numberjacks take residence in a couch in a house, everything around them moves of its own accord, and humans must be scarce at launching time. Wed 4 Sep Series 2, Interesting Times Things go wrong with night-time things happening in the daytime. See all episodes from Numberjacks.
In a school, kids are playing with hoops that change size. Spooky Spoon is jumping things about — and Four is the Numberjack to sort her out. All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from April Articles with dead external links from February Articles with permanently dead external links Articles needing additional references from September All articles needing additional references Use dmy dates from December On the Move — Series 2.
In the Cosy Room, 1, 3 and 4 play Stepping Stones with triangles and rectangles to get from one side of the room to the other. Re-runs of the episodes were shown deries on CBeebies when it was on BBC Two, it was only on occasionally, and when it first appeared, it was only on for a week until October Comedy adventure series, aimed at four and five-year-olds, in which animated numbers solve mathematical problems in the real world, with input from real children Similar Content Browse content similar to Series 2.
This is the first time all the Numberjacks are together. Similar Content Browse content similar to Very Shapely. The male Numberjacks are even numbers and the female Numberjacks are odd numbers – however, One is voiced by a male actor Dylan Robertson, who also voices Zero.
Some upside down adventures as Four sorts out Spooky Spoon — with a little help from Eight. As soon as the problem is understood, Five imagines what else could go wrong if the problem wasn’t solved often wondering what would happen to the Dancing Cow, serise never actually made any physical appearance in the real world. Three is out on her own trying to do battle with the Shape Japer, who does not like things in 3s. Five sorts things out. Look what’s happening to the flag on the bike!
Once outside, the Numberjacks numberiacks shown in a numbrjacks setting although themselves still animated ; they diagnose their problems by examination, and with help from additional ideas from the agents, who call into the base.
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In this episode, three of the Meanies work together. When circles are squashed, they change to a shape called ovals. In the Cosy Room, 1, 3 esries 4 play Stepping Stones with triangles and rectangles to get from one side of the room to the other. Things aren’t being shared fairly, thanks to the Problem Blob – Six makes everything all right. Series 2, Did You Notice Anything?
The Shape Japer is after things that come in 8s – Four goes on the mission. Once the problem is solved, the Numberjacks return to their base, replay what happened on a screen, and then challenge the viewer to think about a related problem and “call the Numberjacks”.
Series 2, Fraction Fiction In the cosy room, 3 and 4 argue over entertaining 5’s buddy blocks.
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Wed 14 Dec The Problem Blob makes things go wrong when people can’t estimate – Five to the rescue. Five sorts out the Puzzler’s problems – and checks to make sure.
The Numberjacks realise they are dealing with rectangles, triangles and circles. See all episodes from Numberjacks. The Puzzler has Nine trapped in a puzzle bubble – Three and Six come to the rescue.
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The Numberjacks realise they are dealing with rectangles, triangles and circles. Three battles with the Puzzler.
People need to carry on counting, not start again — Six sorts out the Problem Blob. Retrieved 17 March Who do we choose?