Hedgehog Get Squiggling


Hedgehog

Squiglet lives alone in a plain world but draws friends with his magic crayons. Using a zig-zag line, he draws a hedgehog called Spike and a broom to keep his park clean.


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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's here.

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SNUFFLING

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Can you hear that noise?

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It's sort of snuffly and snorty.

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-SNUFFLING

-I know what it is.

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Do you?

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It's an animal.

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It's small...

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and round...

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and covered with little spikes.

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It's a hedgehog!

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Shall we squiggle our own hedgehog?

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What sort of line could we use?

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Let's have a look.

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BOING! BOING! BOING!

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It's a zigzag 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 start with the spikes.

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We'll need a zigzag line for that.

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They're great!

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Squiggle one with me.

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Put your squiggle stick on your squiggle pad.

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Zigzag. Zigzag. Zigzag.

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Zigzag. Zigzag.

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Zig!

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That's my zigzag line.

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What's yours like?

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Zigzag. Zigzag.

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Zigzag. Zigzag. Zigzag.

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Zig!

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Those look like hedgehog spikes all right.

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Now let's do his face and tummy.

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We need one line here.

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And another longer line underneath.

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He needs some legs.

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A little round nose.

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Two eyes.

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One.

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Two.

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And a smiley mouth.

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There! What a lovely looking hedgehog.

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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! I'm Spike.

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Hello there. I'm Squiglet.

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SNUFFLES

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Nice to meet you, Squiglet.

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But I can't hang about.

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I've got a job to do.

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A job?

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Oh, yes. It takes me all day.

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I'm a park keeper, you see.

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I've got to keep the whole park tidy.

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I'd like to see Spike's park.

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Wouldn't you?

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Are your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling!

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Let's all squiggle some grass.

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We can use that zigzag line again.

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Ready?

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Zigzag. Zigzag. Zigzag.

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Just keep going right across your page.

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How's yours doing?

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What about a bush?

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We'll use a curvy line for that.

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All the way round.

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I'm going to squiggle some more bushes, trees and a path.

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Join in, if you like.

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There. Finished!

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Lovely park, Spike.

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And very tidy.

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You must be a really good park keeper.

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Thanks, Squiglet.

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Buh! But it won't be tidy for long.

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Because as soon as the wind blows...

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Oh!

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It gets all messy again!

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Oh! This'll need a lot of tidying.

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Oh, and it'll take me ages with my little hedgehog legs.

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But where did all this mess come from?

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Oh, I can show you that. Come with me.

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Here is Ben the Badger's healthy snack bar.

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What'll you be having, Sam Squirrel?

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A pack of nutty nibbles please, Ben Badger.

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Roshni Rabbit? Barbara Birdy?

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An acorn slice, please.

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And a berry bar, please.

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Here we go.

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-Oo.

-Thanks.

-Great.

-Oo.

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What's wrong with this, Spike?

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They're lovely, healthy snacks. That's all.

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Oh, they might be healthy but they're also untidy. Watch.

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-Oo.

-Yummy.

-Oh, love this.

-Mmmm.

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Oh! Oh dear!

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I'd better get tidying.

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I should be finished in a few weeks.

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There must be a way you can tidy up quicker, Spike.

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-Ohhh!

-How about a broom?!

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Are your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling!

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Let's all squiggle a broom's bristles.

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The sweeping part.

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We can use that zigzag line again.

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Ready?

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Zigzag. Zigzag. Zigzag.

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The broom's bristles.

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Now we need two straight lines over the bristles.

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One.

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Two.

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Join them up.

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For the long handle...

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two straight lines.

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One...

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Two.

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And join them up.

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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. A very useful broom.

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Oh! Thanks, everyone.

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Now you can just sweep everything up, Spike.

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Oh, yes. I'll have this park tidy in no time.

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Oh, no! Not the wind again.

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Oh!

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Wahhh! That's too windy for me.

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Woah! Spike's curled up into a ball.

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That's what worried hedgehogs do.

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Spike, are you OK?

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Oh!

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Oh!

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Look out, Spike!

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Oooohhhhh!

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Quick. We'd better go after him.

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Hello, everyone, have you seen Spike, the park keeper?

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No, I haven't seen him anywhere.

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But, er, would you like a nutty nibble?

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-ALL: Aaarrrggghhhh!

-Sea monster!

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It's Spike!

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Oh, I've been all over the park.

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Ohhh, I'd better tidy up again.

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But where did all this mess come from?

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Well, you lot actually.

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When you drop your snack wrappers on the ground

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the wind blows them over the park.

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Then Spike has to pick them up.

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It's his job to keep the park tidy.

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Oh, och, erm, ugh.

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We're really sorry, Spike.

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It's just that we didn't know where to put our wrappers.

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Well, never mind. Back to work.

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Poor Spike, it'll take ages to clear up this mess.

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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 help us find a way of keeping the park tidy for Spike?

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What a lovely picnic.

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Mmmmm, yummy! A tasty banana.

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There's lots of rubbish.

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She's putting it in the bin.

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Some paper.

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And some orange peel.

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The children are doing a great job of tidying up.

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Did you spot where the children put their rubbish?

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Oh! Those children put their mess in a bin.

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We could do that.

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You could if there was a bin in this park.

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But there isn't. Ohhh!

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But, Spike, we can squiggle you a bin.

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Are your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling!

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Let's all squiggle a beautiful bin.

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One that everyone will see.

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We'll squiggle the shape of the bin first.

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Ready?

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Two sloping straight lines.

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Like this.

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For the sides.

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Then one across the top.

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And another across the bottom.

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There!

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Now, remember the zigzag line?

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We can use it again

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to make a beautiful pattern.

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Zigzag. Zigzag. Zigzag. Zigzag.

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And two lines. At the top...

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..and the bottom.

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There!

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I'm making my bin red and blue.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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One extra special park bin.

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Oh, yes! That's a beautiful bin.

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I can't wait to put my rubbish in it.

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Well there's certainly plenty of rubbish around.

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Do you really want to help me?

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-Of course!

-I'll get the first bit of rubbish.

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And I'll get the second.

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They're fast, aren't they, Spike?

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This park will be tidy in no time.

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You can have a rest if you want, Spike.

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A rest? Well, I suppose so.

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But with such a beautiful bin

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and so many new friends to help me,

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I feel like collecting some rubbish myself.

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Let's get park keeping!

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Why don't you join in with our song?

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# When you've enjoyed a scrummy snack

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# And the wrapper's in your hand

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# Hold on to that wrapper

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# And have a look around

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# Keep on marching till you find yourself a rubbish bin

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# March up to that rubbish bin

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# And drop your wrapper in

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# Bye-bye rubbish

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# Bye-bye rubbish

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# Bye-bye rubbish

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# When you've enjoyed a scrummy snack

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# And the wrapper's in your hand

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# Hold on to that wrapper

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# And have a look around

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# Keep on marching till you find yourself a rubbish bin

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# March up to that rubbish bin

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# And drop you wrapper in

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# Bye-bye rubbish

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# Bye-bye rubbish

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# Bye-bye rubbish. #

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Ha ha! It's fun tidying up.

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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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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Squiglet lives alone in a plain white world, but he draws friends with his magic crayons. Using a zig-zag line, Squiglet draws a hedgehog called Spike. Spike's not happy as every time the wind blows his park fills up with litter. So Squiglet draws a broom and a bin to help everyone keep the park clean and tidy.


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