Hippo Get Squiggling


Hippo

Squiglet is a monster who draws friends in his plain white world with his magic crayons. Squiglet uses a curved line to draw a hippopotamus called Delores.


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# My name is Squiglet

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# I love to draw

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-# A dog

-WOOF

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-# A cat

-MIAOW

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-# A mouse

-SQUEAK

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-# And a whole lot more

-BAAAAA

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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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ALL: SQUIGGLING!

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Hello everyone! Squiglet here.

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I'm being a really heavy animal!

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Oof, oof, oof!

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THUMP THUMP

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An animal that likes to wallow in the mud.

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What could I be?

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I'm a hippo!

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Shall we squiggle our own hippo?

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What sort of line could we use?

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Let's have a look.

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MUSIC

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It's a curved 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 the hippo's face.

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We'll need a curved line for that.

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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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Up...curve over...and down.

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What's yours like?

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Up...curve over...and down.

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Great! Now let's squiggle the hippo's nose.

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We'll use a round line to make a circle.

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There.

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And two little ears.

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A smiley mouth.

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With two big teeth.

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Two nostrils - one...two...

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two eyes - one...two.

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That's our hippo's face!

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A big round body...

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And four legs -

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One...

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two...

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three...

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four.

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One beautiful hippo.

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Shall we meet her?

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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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MUSIC

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Oh, hello! I'm Dolores.

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I'm a dancer, you know!

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Hello! I'm Squiglet.

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Oh, very good!

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Thank you. Ooh!

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Oh, are you OK, Dolores?

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Yes, I'm just a little tired,

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from practising my dancing at home.

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Oh, I see. Where do you live, Dolores?

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By the Swimpopo River.

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The Swimpopo River?

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I'd like to see that! Wouldn't you?

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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 squiggle the river.

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We can use our curvy line again!

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Are you ready?

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Up, and down,

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up and down.

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That's one side of the river.

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Let's do the other side.

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There. That's our river.

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Why don't you colour yours in blue,

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while I squiggle some trees and bushes.

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SPLASH

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Ah, the Swimpopo River.

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Home, sweet, home.

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It's very peaceful here, Dolores.

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Yes. I wish I could lie here all day,

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but I've got to keep practising.

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Not long until the Hippo Hop!

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GROANS, CREAKS

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What's the Hippo Hop?

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It's the big dance down at the mud hole!

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-All the hippos will be there.

-Oh, it sounds like fun!

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It should be. But although I've been practising,

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I can't seem to find a dance that's right for me.

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If only I had a dance teacher.

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Well, I'm sure we can find one.

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Come on!

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MUSIC

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Oh, fabuloso! My next student!

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I am Pinky Pitter-patter,

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dance teacher extraordinaire.

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Great!

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That's just what Dolores needs!

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She wants to dance.

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And you shall dance, my dear!

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Fabulously!

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Oh, thank you!

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I have never had a hippo in my dance studio before.

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It's very exciting.

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Now, watch me!

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Muuuuusic!

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PIANO MUSIC

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Pitter, patter, pitter, patter!

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You're a wonderful dancer, Pinky!

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I'm fabulous, dear, fabulous!

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And you will be too!

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Pinky looks amazing in her outfit!

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I'm not sure I could ever look as good as that.

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Of course you can, Dolores.

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You just need a tutu, like Pinky's!

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Oh!

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We can all squiggle you one, can't we?

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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 tutu for Dolores.

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We'll need that curved line again.

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Are you ready?

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Down, curve round...

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and up. There.

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We need the sides of the tutu.

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Two straight lines that go out.

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One this side,

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and one this side.

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Now we just need the frilly part of the tutu.

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We can use a loopy line for that.

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Loop round and round, and round, all the way along.

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And a few straight lines coming down from the waistband.

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One dancer's tutu.

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Ooh! My very own tutu!

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Thanks everyone!

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And you look fabulous, dear!

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Fabulous!

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Yes, and ready to learn a new dance.

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First we'll try ballet.

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Muuuusic!

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TINKLY MUSIC

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Now, follow what I do.

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Step once, and twice...

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Ooh! Ooh!

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GROANS

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-And up on your toes for a spin.

-Woah!

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Ooh! Whoops!

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Oh dear!

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Ooh. Ballet dancing's not right for me.

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The music's too...tinkly.

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Hup...Ah.

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Not a problemo.

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There's a dance that's right for everyone, you know.

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We'll do some tap-dancing instead. Muuusic!

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PIANO MUSIC

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That's it, Dolores!

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Woah!

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Wo-oah! Wahh!

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Oh dear!

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Oh, tap-dancing isn't right for me, either.

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The music's too...too fast!

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Oh! So ballet music's too tinkly and tap music's too fast!

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And it's almost time for the Hippo Hop.

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Oh, I'm never going to find the dance that's right for me.

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Don't worry, Dolores.

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

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Can you hear the type of music that might be right for Dolores?

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Drumming music!

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Drums come in different shapes and sizes.

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Each one makes a different sound.

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You can hit them with your hands,

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or sticks.

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They look like they're having fun!

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Those drums make me want to dance!

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Those drums were fantastic!

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I couldn't stop moving my feet.

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My dear, that's a fabulous sign!

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If I have that sort of music,

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I'm sure I can find a dance that's right for me.

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But where am I going to get a drum?

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No problem. 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!

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Let's all squiggle a drum.

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We'll need our curved line again for this.

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Ready?

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Curve at the bottom,

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and curve at the top.

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Now some straight lines for the sides.

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One,

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two.

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And join them up with another curved line.

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I'm going to give mine a zigzag pattern.

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You can give yours any pattern you like.

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Zig, zag, zig, zag.

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I think I'll colour my drum orange.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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There. One beautiful drum.

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Oh, thanks everyone!

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This will be perfect for the Hippo Hop.

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I can play while you dance.

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We'll be fabulous.

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Great.

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Now where's this Hippo Hop happening, Dolores?

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Where all the hippos hang out, of course!

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At the mud hole!

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Well, let's go then!

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Hippo Hop, here we come!

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MUSIC

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SPLASH

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SQUELCH

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What are you doing, Dolores?

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Oh, you have to have muddy feet for the Hippo Hop!

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Of course!

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Hop, hoppity-hop!

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Here come all the other hippos!

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Hit it, Pinky!

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DRUMMING

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What do you think?

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Fabulous, dear, absolutely fabulous.

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-Dolores!

-You look amazing!

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What kind of dance is that?

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It's Dolores' very own dance.

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-The Hippo Hop Bop!

-LAUGHS

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Can we join in?

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Of course!

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ALL: Hooray!

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SQUELCHING

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Fabulous(!)

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Woops!

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Come on, let's all do the Hippo Hop Bop!

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Join in!

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MUSIC

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# Hip, hop, don't stop!

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# Hip, hop, don't stop!

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# Hip, hop, don't stop!

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# Stomp your feet, It's the Hippo Hop Bop!

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# Wave your hands in the air

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# Stomp your feet Like you just don't care

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# Turn around then stop

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# Keep dancing, it's the Hippo Hop bop!

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# Hip, hop, don't stop!

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# Hip, hop, don't stop!

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# Hip, hop, don't stop!

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# Stomp your feet, It's the Hippo Hop Bop!

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# Wave your hands in the air

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# Stomp your feet Like you just don't care

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# Turn around then stop

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# It's the Hippo Hop bop!

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-LAUGHS

-The Hippo Hop Bop never stops!

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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!

-ALL: Byeeee!

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Subtitles by Kasia Middleton Red Bee Media Ltd

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E-mail [email protected]

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Squiglet is a monster who draws friends in his plain white world with his magic crayons. Squiglet uses a curved line to draw a hippopotamus called Delores. Delores's big dream is to join the hippo hop, the big dance at the mud hole near her home on the Swimpopo River.


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