Professor Quigley is a character who runs the factory with Leap, Lily, and Tad. He's a weasel professor. His tail sticks out through his pants. He is voiced by Tony Pope (in the videos, he is voiced by Tom Kenny).
- The Letter Factory - He shows Tad all the letter training rooms from A to Z. He has a ruler. He has a karate suit where his bare feet are seen.
- The Talking Words Factory - He shows Tad the vowels, the blends, and how to make words.
- The Math Circus - He shows Tad the numbers from 0 to 10 and how to add, subtract, and skip count by ten. He is the ringmaster of the circus.
- Code Word Caper - He shows Tad that vowels, including sometimes Y, can say their names. He also shows him Silent E, the CH-SH-TH Sound Machine, and when two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking. And whenever someone says "help", a Professor Quigley clone appears.
- Learn To Read at the Storybook Factory - He shows Tad how to read. He also shows him punctuation, & CHUNKING.
- A Tad Of Christmas Cheer - In a world where Tad doesn't exist, he lives in a log cabin feeling sad not making a sound excepting groans and moans. He thinks his Tree Trimmer invention is supposed to be a hair trimmer machine
- The Leap Frog First Dictionary
- Letters on the Loose
- Letter Factory Game
- Uh..huh? Well, wait a minute. Let's just see about that.
- Why don't you join the A's, Tad?
- Wooga Wooga Wooga!
- Perfect! That was exactly the right sound for the letter A. Aaah as in "ant".
- Hold It! Hold It!
- I heard a boom boom boom.
- You're not cannons. You are the letter B.
- This thing weighs a ton.
- Yes, the sound of the letter F is ffff, as in the word Fly. Let's try it.
- Excellent observation.
- He has learned them all from A to Z.
- The K letters are hard at work!
- The grasshopper. It is the kick to learn the sound of the letter K.
- Welcome to the tastiest room in the whole factory!
- The N letters can be a little bit crabby.
- How about at noon?
- Near 9 o'clock?
- Next November?
- Tad, perhaps we'll have to come back to this room.
- Why, that's correct!
- (singing) Lullaby...ZZZ...
- Hold it! Hold it! ZAT's not a word!
- ZAT's not okay!
- Some letters make AT words and some don't.
- Actually, that's the letter F.
- Certainly, but I hope we don't get airsick.
- Will they make it, ladies and gentlemen? Hold your breath?
- I miss my CAT.
- THE MACHINE HAS GONE MAD!!
- That is how we train the I letters to make their sound.
- Yeah, uh uh, false alarm. Everyone, back to work!
- Very well done, but, Tad, you don't look so good.
- And water makes the H's h-h-happy.
- Brr... It's a good thing I wore my long underwear.
- Well, hi kids, how are you kids, well, bye kids, I mean sorry, kids. But I have to take care of a big order.
- This is our E trainer. He's teaching the sound of the letter E. "E" as in egg and elephant.
- (singing) The (letter) says... The (letter) says... Every letter makes a sound, the (letter) says...
- Hello? Anybody home?
- (on his card) The name is Quigley, Professor Quigley.
- ME! In these classrooms we teach every letter to make it's correct sound.
- Tad, this room is for U.
- Not me, you.
- Nevermind. Just follow me.
- Class, in addition to Tad joining us today, we have two guest speakers, Dicky Duck and Molly Mallard.
- Kids, meet the Word Whammer 3000!
- I call him Whammy for short.
- Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls...
- As I suspected, just perfect for learning letters!
- Well that's two of us.
- This is the "C" room. C makes the cc sound as in "cold".
- And That's Not All
- Leap, Lily, Tad, as a reward for knowing your letters, I present you not with t-shirts, but with Alpha-Z shirts.
- Hurry Hurry, Step Up
- Well done, Taddy-o!
- I now direct you to not look left, not right, and not down, but UP!
- (singing) You got a (number) and (number) quidget, and that's not all. (number) little coin on a shelf on a wall. (number) of Tad's fingers, those aren't his toes. A (number) quidget worm, let's see how it grows and that's the number (number).
- You see kids, when the vowels, first come into the factory, they're just like any other letters.
- But then, we turn them into, special sticky letters, with the Stickyick-O-Rama
- Nice and gooey
- That's a lowercase b, Tad. And this large one is called a capital B.
- Now it's your turn.
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