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-Hello, Ben. Come and play with us.
# We'll have a...
# Abadaba shoobedowah Abadaba play today!
# Abadaba shoobedowah Abadaba play today!
# Play today! #
What are you waiting for?
I wonder where they're playing today. They're in the house.
Roll up! Roll up for the Abadas circus.
-Say hello to the super Seren.
-See how high she flies.
-See how low she swoops.
-And next, Harry the clown.
I say, I say, I say, what's that noise?
It's you. Look at his dancing feet.
Oh, I'm feeling dizzy.
That circus was lots of fun but I've got another game for you now.
-It's your favourite.
-ALL: It's the word game.
# You opened up the book and found us three!
# It's time to play the word game You and me!
# Listen to the word then spot and see
# Match the word and object Help us three!
# Let's play! #
Ready? I've got a brand-new Abada word.
You have to guess what it looks like.
-The word is windmill.
-I wonder what it looks like.
Do you want a clue?
-Oh, yes, please, Ben.
-A windmill has sails that move in the wind.
Like sails on a boat?
Not exactly, but the sails need the wind to make them move.
-Oh, oh, Ben, I can move like the wind.
-Would you like another clue?
-ALL: Yes, please.
A windmill is often found in a field.
Fields are fun. I like running and jumping through the long grass.
-And I like rolling in it.
-So if a windmill is in a field,
where do you think we'd find one?
In the mountains?
There are field in mountains but that's not where we're going today.
-What about the seaside?
-There aren't many grassy fields at the seaside.
I know, I know. What about the countryside?
-Yes, well done, Ela.
-Yay! Go, go, Abadas.
The Abadas think that they will find the windmill in the countryside.
But which Abada would be the best one to find the windmill?
# My name is Seren I can fly up high
# Up past the trees and towards the sky
# I hang topsy-turvy in the night and day
# Fly right down when it's time to play
# My name is Hari, I like to swim
# I dive down deep, I see everything
# That lives in the seabed
# Or on the shore
# Swimming and playing is what I adore
# My name is Ela with a special nose
# Where it will lead me, nobody knows
# I can smell all the things that you can't always see
# I love my nose, it's a part of me
# Shoodoo-up-up! Shoodoo-way! Shoodoo-up-up! Shoodoo-way!
# Shoodoo-up-up! Shoodoo-way! Shoodoo-up-up! Shoodoo-way! #
BOTH: Ela! Ela!
You know all about the countryside.
Good choice, Abadas.
Ela, who knows the countryside really well,
is the best Abada to find the windmill.
I'm on my way. Woohoo!
Now you see me, now you don't.
Up, up, up, up, up!
Hey, Ben, I'm in the countryside.
Babadoo, babadoo, bibity bop!
-Ta da! What's that?
Excuse me, are you a windmill?
Ooh, look out!
There's your hat. Ben, I've found the windmill.
-That's a scarecrow.
-Yes, to scare away the birds.
-But why does it need to scare the birds?
-It's so that the birds don't eat the seeds and plants.
Oh, what's that?
-Hmm, it's in a field. It's a windmill.
-No, it's a haystack.
-What's a haystack?
-It's a big pile of hay.
-It looks very bouncy.
Shh, what's that?
Look at this.
It's in a field and it has sails that go round and round in the wind.
-This is the windmill.
-Yes, it is. Well done, Ela.
You found the windmill.
-What does it do?
-The wind blows and makes the sail go round and round.
That helps the machine inside the windmill squash grain to make flour.
-And from the flour, we make bread.
Yummy, I love bread.
# I found the word, it was there all along
# The word is windmill and now that word is in my song
# Bap bap, shooby-doo-ah. #
Maybe you'll catch me next time.
I'm back in the book.
Ela, did you find the word?
Was it exciting?
It was a big adventure. First, I found a scarecrow.
It moved in the wind like this.
But a scarecrow doesn't have big sails.
A scarecrow stands in a field to scare away the birds.
-What happened next?
-Then a bit of hay flew straight past me and...
-And I found a haystack.
The farmer makes a haystack from all the grass in the field
and it was a very bouncy haystack, too.
Then...I heard a creaking sound.
BOTH: Oh, no!
And I saw a big thing with big sails going round and round.
Wow! It's a windmill.
-The sails are so pretty.
-The wind blows the sails round and round.
There's a machine inside the windmill that goes round and round.
It squashes the grain to make flour that makes bread.
You guessed what a windmill looked like. Well done, Ela.
Thank you, Ben. I'm wiggly happy now.
You really are amazing, Abadas. It's time for me to go now.
We had fun today, didn't we?
ALL: Oh, yes, we did.
# It's time to say goodbye, it was great to play
# Shooby-doo-doo wap-bap, shooby-doo-doo wapbap
# Come back and see us once again some day
# Abadas, Abadas some day. #
See you soon.
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In a corner of Ben's bedroom lies a cherished pop-up book which is home to the Abadas - Hari the hippo, Ela the fox and Seren the bat - the most curious, adventurous and funniest pop-up animals that any book could possibly have. Ben has a brand new Abada word - windmill. Ela is chosen to go on a new adventure. Where will she go to find a windmill and what other great words will she sniff out?