Photographer Get Squiggling


Photographer

Series about Squiglet - a monster who populates his plain white world using a magic crayon. Squiglet uses a straight line to draw a little bird called Photo Phil.


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# My name is Squiglet

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# I love to draw

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-# A dog

-(Woof-woof)

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-# A cat

-(Miaow)

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-# A mouse

-(Squeak)

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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! Squiglet here.

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Wheeeee...!

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I'm flying!

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Aaaahhh!

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I just need a place to land.

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Oof!

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There we are.

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Can you think what flies around like that?

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Ha-ha-ha-ha! A bird.

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Shall we squiggle our own bird?

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What sort of line could we use?

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Let's have a look.

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BOINGS AND CHUCKLES

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It's a straight 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 a bird's beak.

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We'll need some straight lines for that.

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I love straight 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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Across, back across,

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and up.

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What's yours like?

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Across, back across,

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and up.

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Now we need a line in the middle.

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That's our bird's beak.

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We need a round line for his head,

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a round body

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with two wings,

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a straight line, and a curve under.

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That's one wing.

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And another straight line with a curve.

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Two wings.

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Now we need two eyes.

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One...two.

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Some more straight lines for the legs,

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one line down,

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with three little lines for his claws.

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Let's draw the other leg.

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What a lovely bird.

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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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Yahoo!

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-There's only one thing I like more than flying.

-What's that?

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Taking photos.

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Say cheese!

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Cheese!

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-I'm Photo Phil, jungle photographer.

-Pleased to meet you, Phil.

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I'm Squiglet.

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I wish there were more things to take photos of round here.

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We could squiggle you somewhere if you like, in the jungle.

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Have you got your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks?

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Let's get squiggling!

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Let's all squiggle a jungle tree trunk.

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We need some more straight lines.

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Ready?

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Go up, up, up...

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and another one next to it, up, up, up...

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with some curved lines up the middle.

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There! That's my tree trunk.

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We need some big jungle leaves.

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We'll do two curved lines,

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one...two,

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with a straight line up the middle.

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Two curved lines, one...two,

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with a straight line up the middle.

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We need lots of leaves for our jungle trees.

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Keep on going.

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Why don't you colour your jungle trees in?

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I'm going to squiggle lots more trees to make a whole jungle.

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You can join in if you like.

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Ah! There must be something to take a photo of around here.

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Someone's coming.

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Oh, wow! A lion and a crocodile.

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Hi, guys. Can I take your photo?

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Oh, yes, please.

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Mmmmm.

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Two photos to take already, Phil.

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OK, lion, say cheese.

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Chee-eese!

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OK, your turn. Say cheese.

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FAINTLY: Cheese.

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Fantastic! Thanks, guys.

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Let's see how your photos turned out.

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Yep, that's a good smiley one.

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Oh, no! The crocodile's not smiling.

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Let's go and find the crocodile

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and get him to give you a BIG smile!

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A river! That's where you'll find a crocodile.

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I think he's over there.

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OK.

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-Say cheese!

-Mmm...

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Oh, you STILL didn't smile!

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Mm.

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Aw, go on! Give me a smile for the camera.

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Just a little teeny one?

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Mm-mm.

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Hmm. How can we get the crocodile to smile?

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I know! I'll tickle him! Can I borrow one of your feathers?

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I don't think one of MINE is big enough for a crocodile.

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Why don't we squiggle a great BIG feather?

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Have you got your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks?

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Now it's time to get squiggling!

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We'll need another straight line.

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Ready?

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Up, up, up, all the way to the top.

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We need some curved lines to make the sides of the feather.

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Let's start it a little way up.

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One this side,

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now do the same on the other side.

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Up and round all the way to the top.

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There! That's a feather shape.

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We just need lots of little straight lines to finish it off.

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One great big feather!

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Ah! This ought to tickle a crocodile!

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Mmm?

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Don't worry, just a LITTLE tickle.

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Tickle, tickle, tickle!

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Mmm...mmm.

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Oh, dear. Maybe the feather doesn't work.

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Let's test it out.

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Ah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

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Oh, yes, it's definitely tickling!

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Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

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Maybe the crocodile just isn't ticklish!

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Mm...mm...mm.

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Oh, if he doesn't smile I'll NEVER get my perfect photo!

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Don't worry, Phil. Let's get a clue from the squiggle pad.

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Can YOU spot a way to help the crocodile smile?

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This dog's having his teeth brushed.

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And so is this horse.

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They look lovely and clean.

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Here's Charlie. He's ready to clean his teeth too.

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Squeeze the toothpaste onto the brush and away we go.

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Brush, brush, brush.

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Did you spot what could help our crocodile smile?

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A good brush and their teeth were shiny and white.

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Yes, they were all smiling. I could take their photo no problem.

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Ah! that's it! Maybe this crocodile doesn't want to smile...

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BOTH: ..because his teeth aren't clean!

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Boo-hoo! It's true! Boo-hoo-hoo!

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I wish my teeth were clean, but they're not!

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Boo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

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Can't you just GET your teeth cleaned?

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SOBBING: No!

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My teeth are so sharp and pointy,

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no-one wants to get anywhere near them!

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I can clean your teeth for you.

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You? Would you really?

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Of course! Birds clean crocodiles' teeth all the time!

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I just need a toothbrush.

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Well, THAT'S easy.

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We can squiggle one for you.

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Have you got your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks?

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Let's get squiggling!

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Start with the handle.

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We're going to need some more straight lines for that.

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Ready?

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Across, across... all the way to the other side.

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Now another straight line above this one.

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Across, across...

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and just join them together at the end.

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Good. Now we just need some brushy bristles at one end.

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Lots of little straight lines.

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And one more straight line at the top.

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One toothbrush!

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I'm going to make mine red.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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There we are! Our toothbrush is ready.

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Oh! Perfect. Thanks, everyone.

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Now, open wide.

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Mm...OK.

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Aaaaaaa...

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Hm. Oh yes, these teeth need a good clean.

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Bit of brushing there...bit of brushing in there...

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And don't forget, right at the back too.

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Oh...nearly done.

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-Ah! There! Perfect clean teeth!

-Mm!

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Oh, thanks so much, Photo Phil.

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No problem. Now give me your best smile.

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Say cheese.

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Chee-eese!

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Wow! I'm really smiling!

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Photo Phil takes great pictures.

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Look at those lovely white shiny teeth!

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Why don't we all smile and say cheese?

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Join in with our song.

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-# If someone takes a photo and says cheese!

-Cheese!

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-# Smile a great big smile if you please...

-Mm.

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# But first of all, to get that nice bright smile

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# Just grab a brush and sing along awhile

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# You've got to...

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# Squeeze your toothpaste onto your brush

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# Jiggle those gums nice and slow

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# Don't rush

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# Round and round till your teeth are white

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# Top to the bottom Every morning, every night. #

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Don't forget, for sparkly clean teeth,

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you need to jiggle those pinky gums twice a day.

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# You've got to...

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# Squeeze your toothpaste onto your brush

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# Jiggle those gums nice and slow

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# Don't rush

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# Round and round till your teeth are white

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# Top to the bottom every morning, every night

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# Top to the bottom every morning, every night. #

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Cleaning teeth is fun!

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Thanks for all your squiggles.

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It's time to go now, but come back to get squiggling soon!

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Keep on squiggling!

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BYE!

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Subtitles by Sheila McDonald Red Bee Media Ltd

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E-mail [email protected]

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Series about Squiglet - a monster who populates his plain white world using a magic crayon. Squiglet uses a straight line to draw a little bird called Photo Phil, who just loves taking pictures. Together, they go to the jungle and meet a crocodile. Photo Phil wants to take a picture of the croc, but he will not smile for the camera. The squiggle pad gives them a clue - the croc will not grin because his teeth are dirty, and so sharp that no-one wants to get near to give them a clean.


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