Animation. Whenever the friends go outside to play it starts to rain, so Rosie builds a weather station to predict what the weather will be.
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# All sing along, all sing along
# We can laugh and play
# It's fun all day When we all sing our song
# Everything's Rosie Everything's Rosie
# Everything's fun when your friends are around
# Raggles and Bluebird
# Big Bear and Oakley
# Everything is Rosie now
# Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh. #
Thanks, Big Bear.
I can't wait for our curling game.
Cor, me neither.
I have never curled before. How do we play?
You slide stones over the ice.
And you have to get them as close to the target as you can.
I hope the weather will be OK for playing outdoors.
Let's look at the bear-ometer. It forecasts the weather.
Uh-oh! That little bear has an umbrella.
And a raincoat! Rainy day bear! Rainy day bear!
Does that mean it's going to rain, Big Bear?
Hmm, well, that's what the bear-ometer says, Holly.
Don't worry, we can still have our curling game.
Let's go put on our raincoats and meet back here.
Oh, now I have to dress up as rainy-day Archie.
Now remember, we birds have a very important job to do.
Ahem. Yes, I'm keeping score in the first game, then it's your turn,
Manny, then Teal. Teal?
Big Bear, are you ready?
The sun's coming out!
I'm boiling in this raincoat.
Me, too. I think we'll have to get changed again.
But there are still big clouds up there.
How do we know what the weather will do next?
Hmm, I don't think the bear-ometer will be much help.
I think Oakley knows how to forecast the weather.
Let's ask him.
Can you really tell what the weather's going to do, Oakley?
I can. Ever since I was small,
my eyebrows have drooped when it's going to be wet,
and they rise again when fine weather is coming.
-What are your eyebrows doing now?
They're going up! I can't remember -
are these rainy day eyebrows or sunny day eyebrows?
Up means fine weather, isn't that right, Oakley?
Yes, the good weather is on its way.
I can feel the tingling in my leaves.
Is it OK if we leave our raincoats with you, Oakley?
You won't be needing those today.
See you later. It's raining!
What? Oakley, your eyebrows got it wrong!
Oh, they must have dropped down again
while you were taking off your raincoats.
Better put them back on again.
I wish there was a better way of knowing what the weather will do.
There is! Follow me.
But you're a bird.
Birds can play too, you know!
A bird's job is to keep score.
Great! You can tell me how many points I win by!
Aha! Got one!
You brought us here just to look at a pine cone?
Pine cones can forecast the weather.
If the cone is open, it's going to be dry.
Oh, but this one's closed.
So the rain is here to stay.
I've got the perfect thing to keep us dry.
I'll meet you at the showground.
Are you sure this doesn't look silly, Rosie?
We'll all look the same, Raggles!
You really expect me to wear this?
Go on, amigo, let me under your umbrella.
At last we can start our curling game.
Oh! Follow those hats!
Good catch, Rosie.
The weather keeps changing.
I wish we knew what it was going to do so we can get on with our game.
Ah, we have to be prepared for whatever nature brings.
You're right. Thanks, Saffie.
Will, I need to borrow some things from your workshop.
I'm going to make a weather station
so we know what the weather's going to be like.
How long is this going to take, Rosie?
Not long. I'll catch you up at the showground.
Where is Rosie?
She's still building the weather station,
so we don't get caught out by the weather again.
How long will she be?
Erm, maybe I could take Rosie's place until she turns up.
Great! You can be on our team, Teal.
Let's get this game started.
Make it go faster, Raggles.
Ho-ho! Good one, Will!
It's your go now, Teal.
I feel so proud.
The rain goes into the jam jar
and I can show how much has fallen with these rulers.
This windsock shows which way the wind is blowing
and the seaweed dries up when it's going to be sunny.
Now I just have to watch it.
Rosie, I think you should go and join your friends instead.
But you said we have to be prepared for whatever nature brings.
Yes, but we have to face it with a smile and make the best of it.
Take it from a tree, I've been doing that for years.
Oh! Argh! Oh.
Oh, you were right, curling is no game for a bird.
If you like, you could be a sweeper instead.
-You sweep the ice to make our stones slide faster.
Yay! Thanks, Teal.
That was amazing, Teal.
-Of course it was.
Us birds are great at curling.
But curling just isn't the same without...
Hi, everyone. Who's winning?
Ooh. Erm, let's see...
-Two plus three plus...
-Oh, it's no good!
We forgot to keep score!
We were too busy watching Teal.
Never mind, I know a way we can sort this out.
Look, you can slide these up whenever someone scores a point.
Time to test it out.
Nice weather for ducks!
Raggles! What are you doing?
This is where we should play curling next time, Rosie.
No bad weather to worry about, lovely and dry.
Whenever the friends go outside to play it starts to rain, so Rosie builds a weather station to predict what the weather will be.