Snowman Get Squiggling


Snowman

Series about Squiglet, a monster who can make drawings real. Squiglet draws a snowman called Steve. They go on holiday to the beach together.


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# My name is Squiglet

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# I love to draw

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# A dog, a cat, a mouse

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# And a whole lot more

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# So grab your squiggle pads

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# And squiggle sticks

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# And draw along with me

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# It's fun when you get squiggling. #

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Squiggling!

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Hello, everyone!

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Squiglet here.

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Brrrr!

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Ooh!

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It's so cold today.

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It might even snow.

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Actually, snow is lots of fun.

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There's something I love making out of snow.

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Do you know what it is?

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A snowman!

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Shall we squiggle our own snowman?

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What sort of line could we use?

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Let's have a look.

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It's a curved line.

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Have you got your squiggle pads?

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And squiggle sticks ready?

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Now it's time to get squiggling.

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Let's all squiggle the snowman's body.

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We'll need a curved line.

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I love curved lines.

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Squiggle one with me.

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Put your squiggle stick on your squiggle pad.

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We need a curved line, up,

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curve over the top

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and down the other side.

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What's yours like?

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Up,

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curve over the top

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and down the other side.

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We'll draw a line underneath.

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That's our snowman's body.

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Now we need a round line,

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to make his head.

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A circle.

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Then two eyes.

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One, two.

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A smiley mouth.

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And some stick arms.

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One,

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two.

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Three buttons,

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one,

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two,

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three.

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And a carrot nose.

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He looks like a lovely snowman. Doesn't he?

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Shall we meet him?

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Say the magic words with me.

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One, two, three, four, five,

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let's make our squiggles come alive.

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Hello!

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I'm Steve, Steve the snowman.

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Pleased to meet you, Steve.

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I'm Squiglet.

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Well, nice talking to you, Squiglet. Bye!

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But where are you going?

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I'm off on holiday.

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That's nice.

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But shouldn't you have a suitcase?

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Oh! I forgot to pack one.

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I'd better go home and get it.

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Where do you live?

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In a snow cave.

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It's snow-tastic!

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I'm sure it is.

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Would you like us to squiggle your snow cave?

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Oh, yes, please.

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Have you got your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling!

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Let's all squiggle our way into Steve's snow cave.

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We'll need another curved line for that.

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It's going to make an arch.

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Start at the bottom,

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and go up, up

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and curve over the top

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and down the other side.

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There, one snow cave doorway.

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We just need a straight line for the ground.

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And over the top, a wavy line

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to make a snow drift.

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Let's colour it in.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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There! Our lovely snow cave is ready.

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Oh! Thanks, Squiglet!

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I'll just go and get my suitcase.

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Right, Steve, what have you got inside it?

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Um... this beach ball,

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these sunglasses

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and some sun cream,

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to stop me getting burnt in the sun.

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Very sensible.

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Holiday, here I come!

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Where are you going?

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To the seaside. I've never been before.

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Well, come on, then, let's go!

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Yay! I'm on holiday at the seaside!

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Oh, the sand's so sandy,

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not like snow at all!

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Oh, and the sun's so sunny!

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Don't forget your sun cream.

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Oh, yes.

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Ah! Right!

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So, um...

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what exactly are you supposed to do at the seaside?

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I can answer that!

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I'm a crab and I live here.

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I know all about the seaside.

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Thanks, Mr Crab.

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I recommend you play beach ball,

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build a sand castle and go for a paddle in the sea.

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Wow! That's loads of things.

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Come on, Squiglet, play beach ball with me.

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I'd love to, Steve,

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but the sun's very hot.

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-Oh!

-You should be careful.

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You're made of snow

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and snow starts to melt in the sun.

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Oh! Phew!

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It is a bit hot.

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Oh, I don't want to melt

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but I don't want to go home either.

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Oh, how can I play in the sun and stay cool?

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I know!

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We could squiggle you a sun hat.

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That'll shade you and keep you cool.

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Have you got your squiggle pads?

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And squiggle sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling.

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Let's start with the top of the hat.

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We can use our curved line again.

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Up, curve over

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and down the other side.

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Now we need another curved line,

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at the bottom of the hat...

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..to make a shady brim.

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One sun hat.

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I'm going to colour mine yellow.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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Our sun hat is ready to wear.

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Oh! Thanks, everyone.

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I feel cooler already.

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But what were the other two things we were going to do?

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Build a sandcastle...

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And go for a paddle in the sea.

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Oh, yes!

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Now I remember.

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I'm going to build a sand penguin

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instead of a sandcastle.

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You look like you're having fun.

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Phew! It's hot work.

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Ah! But now it's finished!

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One sand penguin.

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It looks great.

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Yes. But I need to cool down again.

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I think you do.

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Let's see if we can get a clue from the squiggle pad.

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Can you spot something to help cool Steve down?

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Mum's pouring juice into the plastic mould, orange juice.

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And blackcurrant juice.

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In go the wooden sticks.

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They're making ice lollies.

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Pop them into the freezer...

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..and they've come out frozen.

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Mmm, an icy cool treat for a hot day.

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Did you spot something to help cool Steve down?

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Oh, yes. Ice lollies!

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I love them.

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I really miss the cool, refreshing ice.

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Would you like an ice lolly?

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Oh, yes, please.

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I'm sure that would cool me down.

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Then we can squiggle one for you.

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Have you got your squiggle pads?

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And squiggle sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling!

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Let's all squiggle a delicious ice lolly.

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We'll need our curved line again.

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Go up, up

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and curve over the top,

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then down the other side.

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We need a line across the bottom.

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That's the ice lolly part.

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We just need the stick.

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Two straight lines down

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and let's join them up with a curved line.

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There! One ice lolly.

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Why don't we colour it in?

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What flavour would you like?

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Mmm, I'm going to make mine a strawberry one.

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Finished.

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One delicious strawberry ice lolly.

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Wow! Thanks, everyone.

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HE SLURPS

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Ah!

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I feel cooler already.

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You can play Mr Crab's last game.

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Oh, yes, paddling in the sea.

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Oh! It's warmer than I expected.

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HE SLURPS

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Oh, it's no good.

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Oh! I feel hotter than ever.

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Oh!

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And you're really starting to melt.

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We need to get you out of here fast.

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Oh! But I love it at the seaside.

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Oh! If only there was a colder seaside to play at.

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Huh! Steve!

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That's given me an idea!

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Come on!

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Oh! It's a bit like the seaside.

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Yes, but there's an iceberg

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and there's snow and sea,

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instead of sand and sea.

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Oh! And there's even a real live penguin.

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Hello, Mr Penguin.

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HE BEEPS

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Oh! It's perfect.

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And best of all, it's lovely and cold,

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so you won't melt.

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In fact, it's really cold.

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Brrrr! Ooh!

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Yes, it's almost freezing,

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just the way I like it.

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The perfect holiday for a snowman.

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Join in with our song.

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# I'm a snowman, I'm a snowman

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# I don't like the sun

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# Because I always start to melt

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# And that's simply no fun

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All: # I'm a snowman

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# I'm a snowman

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# Dipping toes in freezing sea

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# Meeting snowmen just like me

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# Building castles out of snow

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# Eating ice creams, don't you know?

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# ALL: I'm a snowman

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# I'm a snowman

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# Watching icebergs floating by

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# Meeting penguins who say, "Hi"

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# What a lovely holiday

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# It's so cold, hip hip hooray!

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All: # I'm a snowman

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# I'm a snowman

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# I'm a snowman

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# I'm a snowman! #

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SHE GIGGLES

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This holiday's snow-tastic!

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Thanks for all your squiggles.

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It's time to go now

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but come back to get squiggling soon.

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Keep on squiggling!

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ALL: Bye!

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MR PENGUIN BEEPS

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Series about Squiglet, a monster who can make drawings real. Using a curved line, Squiglet draws a snowman called Steve. Together they go on holiday to the beach. But when Steve starts to melt in the sun, Squiglet has to draw a new location that is much more suited to a snowman.


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