Three Little Pigs Get Squiggling


Three Little Pigs

Squiglet lives alone in a plain white world, but he uses his magic crayons to draw friends. Squiglet uses a straight line to draw a whistling pig called Curly.


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# My name is Squiglet

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# I love to draw

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# A dog

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# A cat

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# A mouse

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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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Oink! Oink! Oink! Oink!

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Hmm, I know that sound.

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It's an animal who lives on a farm.

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Someone with a little curly tail.

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Oink! Oink!

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It's a pig!

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Shall we squiggle our own pig?

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What sort of line could we use?

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Let's have a look.

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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 the pig's snout.

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Let's start with a straight line.

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Put your squiggle stick on your squiggle pad.

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Across. Across.

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What's yours like?

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Across. Across.

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We need a curved line to finish the snout.

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Up, curve over, and down.

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Two circles for his nose.

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We'll use a round line for his face.

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Round and round to where we started.

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Two eyes.

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One.

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Two.

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A smiley mouth.

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And two piggy ears.

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We can use our straight line again with a curve round.

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Do the same for the ear on the other side.

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That's our pig's head.

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Let's squiggle him a round body.

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Round.

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And round.

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And round.

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Great. Now he'll need some legs.

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Just one thing left.

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Every pig has a curly-wurly tail.

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What a perfect pig. 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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Oink! Oink!

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Hello, I'm Curly.

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Curly the pig.

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HE WHISTLES A HAPPY TUNE

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Pleased to meet you, Curly.

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I'm Squiglet.

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I like your whistle.

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I've never met a whistling pig before.

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I can't help it.

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I'm so happy in my little house made of straw.

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I just want to whistle ALL the time.

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HE WHISTLES

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It must be a really lovely straw house, then?

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We could have a look at it.

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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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Remember our straight lines?

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Well, a house is a square shape.

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That's four straight lines.

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Ready?

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Across.

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Down.

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Across.

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Up.

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It needs a roof.

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Two more straight lines.

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One.

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Two.

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Then a window.

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And a door.

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This house is made of straw

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so let's put lots of straight lines on the front to show that.

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I'll finish the lines and colour my house in yellow.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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Now I'm going to squiggle the woods around our house.

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Oh, I love my little straw house.

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HE WHISTLES A HAPPY TUNE

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And I love your whistling.

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My brother, sister and I are in a whistling group.

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HE WHISTLES AGAIN

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Hit it!

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THEY ALL WHISTLE A HAPPY TUNE

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Fantastic!

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-Glad you enjoyed it, Squiglet.

-See you later.

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And I'd better get on with my spring cleaning.

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HE WHISTLES HAPPILY

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Curly, I think you've got a visitor.

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Oh, it's the wolf!

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HE BLOWS FIERCELY

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Oh no! Quick, Curly, run!

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I'm out of here!

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Phew, it looks like Curly got away.

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Let's go and find him, but don't let the wolf see where we're going.

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Hello, Twirly and Whirly.

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The wolf blew my straw house down.

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-BOTH:

-Oh no!

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Can I come and live in your stick house?

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Of course you can.

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THEY ALL WHISTLE HAPPILY

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That's better. Curly should be fine now.

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CURLY SIGHS

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You don't look very happy.

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Well, it's nice here but there aren't enough beds.

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It's not very comfy sleeping on the floor.

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Don't worry. We can squiggle you a bed.

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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 start with a mattress.

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We can use some more straight lines for that.

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Ready?

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Across.

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Down.

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Across.

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And up.

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That's the side of the mattress.

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Now, little legs underneath.

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That's one.

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Now the other.

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And a pillow on top.

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What pattern's your bed going to be?

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Mine's going to be red and white stripes.

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There, a comfy bed.

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Thanks, everyone.

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That looks really comfy.

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Uh-oh!

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Curly, it's the wolf again.

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AAAAAGGGHH!

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At least they ought to be safe in this stick house.

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HE BLOWS FIERCELY

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Oh no! Quick, little pigs, run!

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ALL: We're out of here!

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Phew! They got away.

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Come on, let's find them.

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But don't let the wolf see where we're going.

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THEY ALL WHISTLE

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Ah, there you are.

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Ah, yes. I wish we had a little house here, amongst the flowers.

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But that wolf would only come and blow it down.

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What you need is a really strong house.

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

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Can you spot something Curly can make a really strong house out of?

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There's Abigail with her dad

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and they're building a wall out of cement and bricks.

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The bricks go one on top of the other.

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When the cement dries, it goes really hard and becomes strong.

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And that's why lots of houses are made of bricks.

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Did you spot what we can use to build a strong house for Curly?

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Ah, bricks!

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That's what we need. A brick house.

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Yes. Even the wolf would have a hard time blowing that down.

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But where are we going to get a brick house from?

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No problem. We can squiggle one.

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Are your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling!

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We'll need our straight lines again.

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Ready?

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Let's make a square shape.

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Across.

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Down.

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Across.

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Up.

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We need a roof. Two more straight lines.

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One.

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Two.

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Then a window.

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And a door.

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There we are. Our house.

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Now let's make it a brick house.

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First we're going to use some straight lines to make the bricks.

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Across.

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Across.

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And let's use some short straight lines to make the brick shapes.

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Down.

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Down.

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Down.

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Down.

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Down.

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Keep going.

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Can you see the bricks now?

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I'm going to finish my bricks and colour them in.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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There. All ready.

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Oh, Squiglet! Our very own brick house!

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THEY ALL WHISTLE HAPPILY

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Aha, sounds like the wolf's on his way.

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Oh no, not again!

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HE BLOWS FURIOUSLY

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Looks like that brick house is doing the trick.

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HE BLOWS

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HE SOBS

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It's no use. I just can't do it!

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THEY ALL CHEER

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Why are you trying to blow these poor pigs' houses down, Mr Wolf?

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I'm not trying to blow anything down.

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I'm trying to whistle.

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ALL: Whistle?

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Yes, but no matter how hard I huff and puff, no whistle comes out.

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Just a lot of air.

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So I thought maybe you could teach me?

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-So that's why you've been following them around?

-Hmm.

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Well, why didn't you just say so?

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Of course we'll teach you.

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You just have to make a round shape with your mouth like this.

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Go on, blow!

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HE WHISTLES LOUDLY

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Was that me? Did I just whistle?

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ALL: Yes!

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I think it's the perfect time for a whistling song.

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Join in.

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# I'm a little piggy with a snout all flat

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# I'm a little piggy with a tail at the back

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# I'm a little piggy who can do a little wiggle

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# We're the little piggies who can do the piggy whistle

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# "Piggy, whistle" That's what they said

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# If you can't whistle then hum instead

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# Hum, hum, hum, hum-hum, hum, hum, hum

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# I'm a big wolf with a snout that's long

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# I can huff and puff cos my lungs are strong

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# I'm a big wolf that can do a big wiggle

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# I'm a big wolf that can do a wolf whistle

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# "Wolf whistle" that's what he said

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# If you can't whistle then hum instead

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# Hum, hum, hum, hum-hum, hum, hum, hum. #

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Whistling 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 Red Bee Media Ltd

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Squiglet lives alone in a plain white world, but he uses his magic crayons to draw friends. Squiglet uses a straight line to a draw a whistling pig called Curly. Curly is very happy in his straw house once Squiglet has drawn him a bed to sleep in, but then a big wolf turns up and blows his house down. So Squiggle draws Curly a new house, this time made of bricks.


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