Bee Get Squiggling


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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 bee called Bob who's trying to make honey.


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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!

-Eek!

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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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CREAK!

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CREAK!

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Hello, everyone. Squiglet here!

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Bzzzzz.

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Bzzzzz.

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Bzzzzz.

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Do you know what I'm pretending to be today?

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Something that flies and makes this noise...

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Bzzzzz.

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I'm a bee!

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Shall we squiggle our own bee?

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What kind of line could we use?

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Let's have a look!

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BOING!

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BOING! BOING! BOING!

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PING! DOING!

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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 bee.

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We need a straight line for his stripes.

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I love straight lines.

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We'll start with our bee's body.

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Let's use a round line.

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Put your Squiggle Stick on your Squiggle Pad.

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Round we go,

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and back to the start.

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Time for our straight line to make the bee's stripes.

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Down...

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and down.

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What's yours like?

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Down...

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and down.

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Let's do the rest of the stripes.

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Down, down...

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Down...

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Down.

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One stripy bee's body.

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Give him two eyes.

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One, two.

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Antennae.

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Legs.

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Wings.

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And a smiley mouth.

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A lovely stripy bee!

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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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Oh!

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Bzzzzz!

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Hello! I'm Bob.

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Pleased to meet you, Bob. I'm Squiglet.

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Bzzzzz!

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Have you seen any other bees, Squiglet?

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Um...no, I'm afraid not.

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-Have you?

-Oh.

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It's just that I'm used to being with lots of other bees. Bzzzzz.

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That's OK. We can squiggle your beehive.

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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 a beehive.

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We'll need our straight lines again.

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Let's start with one across the top for the roof.

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All the way across.

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Now, two more straight lines for the sides.

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One...

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two.

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Good!

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We need one more straight line for the bottom.

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That's a good shape for a beehive.

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We need some more straight lines going across.

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And some little square feet.

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I'm going to colour my beehive purple.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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BIRDS TWEET

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Bzzzzz.

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Oh! That's fantastic!

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Thanks, everyone!

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Bzzzzz!

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-BOTH: Hello, Bob.

-Oh! Hello.

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Squiglet, these are my friends.

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Betty and Barbara.

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Nice to meet you, Betty and Barbara.

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Hello, Squiglet. We're trying to find some nectar.

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We need it to make honey.

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Yes, so the Queen Bee will know what good bees we are.

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Making honey? That sounds like fun.

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We've never actually made honey before.

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So we don't know what nectar looks like.

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Some of the other bees get their nectar from a garden.

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-Come on, let's find a garden!

-Bzzzzz...

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Bzzzzz!

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What a beautiful garden. We're bound to find some nectar here.

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Oh, we'll look over there! Come on, Barbara. Bzzzzz.

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Coming, Betty. Bzzzzz...

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-Where shall we look, Bob?

-Bzzzzz.

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What about inside this watering can?

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Bzzzzz...

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SLOSH!

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Bzzzzz!

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Any luck?

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Bzzzzz!

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No. Just water in there.

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Hm...where else?

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Bzzzzz.

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Maybe there's some up in this tree. I'll buzz up and have a look.

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Bzzzzz...

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Bzzzzz.

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No nectar here.

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..Bzzzzz.

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-Bzzzzz.

-Bzzzzz.

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I don't think there's any nectar in this garden.

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How are we going to make honey without nectar?

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What if we squiggle you a jar of honey?

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Maybe that'll help.

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Got your Squiggle Pads and Squiggle Sticks?

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Let's get squiggling!

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We'll need lots more straight lines to squiggle a jar of honey.

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Start with the lid.

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Ready?

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Across.

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Down.

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Back across.

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And up.

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There.

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That's the lid.

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Now we need the jar underneath.

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Start a little way in from the lid.

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Down for one side.

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Across for the bottom.

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And up the other side.

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And two straight lines across the middle

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to make the label. One...

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two.

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Why don't we colour the honey inside a lovely yellowy-golden colour?

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Yummy, scrummy honey!

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-Bzzzzz!

-Bzzzzz!

-Bzzzzz!

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Thanks, everyone.

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It certainly smells like good honey.

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But it's already been made.

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We can't get any nectar from it.

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Maybe there's a clue on the label.

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Bzzzzz.

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Oh, look! There's a picture of a bee, sitting on a flower.

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So maybe the nectar's in the flowers!

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Let's find some! Bzzzzz.

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Bzzzzz!

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But these only have tiny buds on them.

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Bzzzzz. No flowers at all!

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Bzzzzz!

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Oh, making honey's trickier than I thought.

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How are we going to show the queen bee what good bees we are now?

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Don't worry, Bob!

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Let's get a clue from the Squiggle Pad.

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Can you spot which flower Bob can get nectar from?

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These flower buds haven't opened yet.

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The petals are closed.

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In time, they'll grow,

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and open up into beautiful flowers.

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The bees love finding nectar inside open flowers.

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Mmm, yummy!

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They'll collect the nectar, and take it back to the hive

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to make honey!

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Did you spot which flowers the bee found nectar in?

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The open flowers!

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You can get lots of nectar out of those.

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But waiting for the flowers to open will take ages!

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I wanted to make some honey now.

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We can squiggle you a lovely, big flower that's already open.

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Oh, yes!

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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 an open flower.

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We'll start with the stem.

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We'll need our straight lines for that.

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Ready?

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One...

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two.

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Now for some petals.

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We need curved lines for those.

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One...

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two...

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three...

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four...

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five!

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And a circle in the middle.

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That's where bees find their nectar.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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There!

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That's a lovely flower for our buzzy bees.

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Wow! Thanks, everyone.

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Barbara! Betty!

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Come and have a look at this!

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-Bzzzzz.

-Bzzzzz.

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Ooh, yes!

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That one's bound to have lots of nectar in it.

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Let's tuck in and take some back to the hive.

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Bzzzzz!

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I'll meet you there!

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-Bzzzzz!

-Bzzzzz!

-Bzzzzz!

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I wonder where they are.

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Bzzzzz!

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Hello, Squiglet. We've brought our nectar to be made into honey,

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and here it is!

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FANFARE PLAYS

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Oh, and here comes the Queen Bee!

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I hope she likes it!

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I'm sure she will.

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Bzzzzz.

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I'm here to taste the new honey.

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Bzzzzz.

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SHE SNIFFS

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It certainly smells like good honey.

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SHE NIBBLES

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Mmm.

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Oh, yes.

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That really is awfully good.

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Who found the nectar that made this honey?

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We did, Your Majesty.

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Very well done.

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I'm going to make you my official royal nectar-finders.

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ALL: Really?!

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Oh, yes. Your honey is the best.

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SHE SLURPS

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THEY CHEER

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Oh, Squiglet! Thanks so much for your help.

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You're welcome, Bob.

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And thank you for all your help too.

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Why don't we all see what it's like to be a bee?

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Join in with our song!

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# Buzz buzz buzz Like a bumble bee

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# Buzz buzz buzz Come along with me

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# Buzz buzz buzz Rub your tum, tum, tum

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# Cos we all know Where honey comes from

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# Sway like a flower in the wind

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# Buzz like a bee with tiny wings

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# To find a flower Buzz along with me

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# We're looking for nectar To make honey

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# Buzz buzz buzz Like a bumble bee

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# Buzz buzz buzz Come along with me

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# Buzz buzz buzz Rub your tum, tum, tum

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# Cos we all know Where honey comes from! #

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Bzzzzz!

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Buzzing like a bee 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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ALL: Bye!

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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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 bee called Bob who's trying to make honey with his friends Betty and Barbara. The three bees are keen to impress the queen of their hive, but all they know about making honey is that you can't do it without something called nectar. What is nectar and where do you find it?


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