Crab Get Squiggling


Crab

Series about Squiglet - a monster who populates his plain white world using a magic crayon. Squiglet draws a crab called Herman, who is starting to outgrow his shell.


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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!

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Squiglet here!

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Can you guess what I am?

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-I'm walking sideways...

-CLICK-CLICK!

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And look! Two snappy claws. Snap-snap!

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I'm a crab!

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Shall we squiggle our own crab? What sort of line could we use?

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Let's have a look.

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It's a round line!

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Have you got your Squiggle Pads and Squiggle Sticks ready?

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Now it's time to get squiggling!

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Let's all squiggle a crab.

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We need a round line for that.

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I LOVE round lines. Squiggle one with me.

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Put your Squiggle Stick on your Squiggle Pad.

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Let's start with our crab's shell.

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Round...and back... to the beginning.

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What's yours like?

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Round...and round...

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and back to the beginning.

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To REALLY make it look like a shell,

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let's squiggle a spiral inside.

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Theres our crab's shell.

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Now we need a curved line to draw the crab's head.

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Two eyes...

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and a smiley mouth!

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Last of all, his claws, pointing out of his shell.

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We need straight lines for those.

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One...

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..two.

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And for the snappy bits on the end,

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let's use a curved line...

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with a straight line...across.

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Curved line...

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with a straight line across.

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And again.

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A few legs to help him move.

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One, two, three, four.

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This crab is a hermit crab. 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 the squiggles come alive.

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Hello! I'm Herman.

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Hello, Herman. I'm Squiglet. That's a very nice shell.

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HE GROANS Yes, but it's also...

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Ugh! ..too small for me.

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It used to fit just right, but I've grown.

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-Oh, dear.

-Hmm. We hermit crabs always grow out of our homes.

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HE GRUNTS I really need to find a new one.

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I'm sure we can help. Why don't we try to find a new home for you

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-on your beach?

-Oh! Yes!

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Have you got your Squiggle Pads and Squiggle Sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling! Let's squiggle a beach together.

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We'll need that round line again, to squiggle the sun.

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Ready?

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Curve round...

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and round... and back to the start again.

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There!

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Now a straight line for the beach.

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And a wa-a-a-avy one for the sea.

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Why don't you colour your sun in yellow,

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and squiggle some lovely blue sky too.

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Ooh! Nice beach!

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-But I can't see anything I'd like to live in.

-There must be something.

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Oh, hello, little seal! I like your armbands!

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-Me too!

-Oh! Thanks!

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But I don't need them any more. I've passed all my swimming tests.

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So I can swim without them now.

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-Congratulations!

-Yes! Hey, Herman,

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those armbands have an inside, just like your shell.

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Well, if you'd like one, go ahead! I'm off for a swim!

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-Bye!

-Bye! Why don't you try one on, Herman?

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Er... I don't want everyone to see me getting changed.

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HE GRUNTS AND GROANS

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Have you got your shell off yet?

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-That looks great!

-Really?

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It's such a comfortable fit, too.

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Much more roomy than my old shell.

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Just need to...shift it a little bit.

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Careful, Herman. Your claws are quite sharp.

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BANG! Aaaargh!

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Oh, everyone can see my pants!

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SQUEAKING AND CREAKING

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POP!

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Come on. Maybe we can find something else for you to live in.

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Wow, look! Nothing but sun and sand! It's beautiful!

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Hmm, yes, but I still need somewhere new to live,

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and you can't live in sand, can you?

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Er, maybe you CAN!

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If you live in a sand...castle!

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-A sand castle?

-Yes!

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And we can squiggle one for you.

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Have you got your Squiggle Pads and Squiggle Sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling! Let's all squiggle a sand castle together.

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We can start with the top.

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We'll need a round line again.

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Ready?

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Curve round...

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..and round...

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and back to the start. Great!

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Now we need straight lines for the sides.

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One...

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..two...

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..and a curved line at the bottom.

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A big curve for our door.

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And a little pole on top for our flag.

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That's a triangle.

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There! It's done!

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Why don't you colour your sand castle in?

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I'm going to make mine yellow.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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There we are - one lovely sand castle!

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Oh! Thanks, everyone!

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SQUEAK! POP!

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Oh, yes! This is wonderful!

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-And you've got a lovely view too.

-The ocean right on my doorstep!

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The sound of the waves is relaxing, as long as they're not too big.

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What, like THAT one?!

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Watch out, Herman!

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What?! Oh, no!

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Aaaargh!

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SQUEAK! CREAK!

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Herman! Are you all right?

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Hmm... Oh, dear. Thanks, everyone,

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but I can't live in a house that gets swept away each time a wave comes in.

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Oh...

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We'll have to find you a new home. Come on!

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-Caw! Hello, Herman!

-We thought some ice-cream might cheer Herman up.

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Ice-cream for sad crab? No problem!

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Cheerful chocolate and laughing lemon.

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There you go, Herman. Enjoy!

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Feeling any better?

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Hmm, a bit.

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Mmm! This ice-cream's making me feel loads better.

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Mmm! Yum!

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You know, Herman, that cone's sort of the same shape as your shell,

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-only bigger.

-Oh, you're right!

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Maybe I could live in it. Wait here.

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-Really comfy!

-Great!

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I wish I had a bit of ice-cream left to celebrate.

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Still, one little nibble of this won't hurt.

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Mmm! Oh, maybe I'll have just another tiny bit.

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Mmm!

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Herman! Be careful!

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Mmm! Oh, yummy!

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Mmm! Ah! Mmm! Aaaah!

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Hey, Herman, nice pants!

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What?

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Ooooh!

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Oh...maybe I should just face it. I'm never going to find a new home.

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Don't worry, let's see if we can get a clue from the Squiggle Pad.

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Can you spot a new home for Herman?

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Xanthia and Levi are collecting shells on the beach!

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That's a big one!

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They're putting them in their buckets!

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Shells come in all different shapes and sizes.

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Small...

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..medium...

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and large!

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There were lots of different sized shells, weren't there?

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I could still live in a shell - just a bigger one.

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Yes!

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Squiglet, that's brilliant! Except there aren't any bigger shells...

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-anywhere.

-Maybe not.

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We can squiggle one for you!

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Have you got your Squiggle Pads and Squiggle Sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling! Let's all squiggle a BIG shell.

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We can use our round line again.

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Ready?

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Curve round...

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and round...and back to the start.

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There! And for the rest of our shell,

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let's draw some curved lines

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above our round shape. One...

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two...

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..three.

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I'm going to make mine green. What colour are you going to make yours?

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There! Our shell is ready.

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Thanks, everyone!

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Herman's got lots of room to move around in his shell now.

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Why don't we all try moving like a crab?

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Join in with our song.

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# I'm a crab, I'm a crab

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# I'm a happy crab

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# With a snap and a snip I dance and skip

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# By the edge of the ocean tide

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# As I dance from side to side

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# Since I got a shell that's roomy

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# I'm no longer sad or gloomy

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# I feel cheerful, I feel fabby

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# I'm a crab, but I'm not crabby!

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# I'm a crab, I'm a crab

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# I'm a happy crab

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# With a snap and a skip I dance and skip

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# By the edge of the ocean tide

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# As I dance from side to side

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# By the edge of the ocean ti-i-i-ide! #

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Ha! Being a crab's fun!

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Thanks for all your squiggles. It's time to go now.

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But come back to Get Squiggling soon! Keep on squiggling!

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-Bye!

-Bye!

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Subtitles by Vicky 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 draws a crab called Herman, who is starting to outgrow his shell. They take a trip to the beach to see if they can find anything for Herman to live in. Squiglet scribbles him a beautiful sandcastle, but a big wave washes the sandcastle away. Herman is worried he will never find a new home, but a look at the Squiggle Pad gives Squiglet a better idea.


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