Farmer Let's Play


Farmer

Imaginative preschool show. Sid steps through the Magic Curtain to a windswept farm, where he has to round up the escaped animals!


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# Let's play!

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# Let's play!

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# Let's have an adventure

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# Hooray!

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# Let's play!

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# Who could we be today? What could we do?

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# I'd like to drive a racing car

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# Fly to the moon

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# I could be firefighter a farmer or a vet

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# A knight in shining armour

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# Or I could be a chef

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# Let's play

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# Let's play

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# Let's have an adventure today

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# Let's play! #

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Oh, a whole night's sleep and I'm still really tired.

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-Good morning, Sidney!

-Oh...

-Welcome to Rebecca's House of Pancakes.

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-Eh?

-Rebecca's House of Pancakes is where you want to be!

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All the pancakes in the world with a cup of tea!

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It's way too early for this.

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-Yummy pancakes!

-What's all this about pancakes?

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I woke up this morning and I felt like a pancake.

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So I've got all kinds of toppings.

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Blueberries, bilberries, raspberries, maple syrup.

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It does sound tempting.

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Or Rebecca's House of Pancakes special of the day.

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-I'll have the special of the day, please.

-Coming up.

-Ooh, yum!

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OK, flour, milk...

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Ah, no eggs. I going to need eggs to make my special pancakes.

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You can't make special pancakes without eggs? What?!

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I want a pancake. All I can think about is pancakes.

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-You're beginning to LOOK like a pancake.

-Oh, sorry, no can do.

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And I really wanted a pancake.

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BEEPING

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Oh. Hold on Rebecca. It's time!

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Great!

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-It's time to play!

-Whose turn is it today?

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-Let it be me!

-Let it be me!

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-Me!

-Me!

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Let it be me, let it be me!

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Let it be me.

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Let it be me.

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BOTH: # Let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me

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-Let...

-Let...

-Let...

-Let...

-Let it be me!

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# Let it be me, let it be me

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me!

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-Could it be me?

-Could it be me?

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TICK-TOCK!

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It's me!

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# Yes, it's me! Yes, it's me!

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# I'm really, really, really, really happy!

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# It's me! #

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Look, there's the dressing-up room.

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# Let's play! #

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This is really exciting.

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Let's find out what we're playing today.

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Whoa! So I've got a cowboy's hat,

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a footballer's kit and diver's flippers!

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I'm not going to ride a horse playing football in the sea.

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Let's try something else.

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And what have we got on now?

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A flat cap...

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A waterproof jacket...

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And wellie boots! So what are we playing today?

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I know - we're going to play farmers and work on the farm.

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And what do we need to know?

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A farmer knows lots about the animals on their farm

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and how to look after them.

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A farmer knows most chickens have a pecking order

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and they follow the leader.

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Farmers use sheepdogs to herd sheep, by teaching them special words.

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Say, "Walk up," the sheepdog will approach the sheep.

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Say, "Come by," they'll run around the sheep.

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Pigs will run around in all directions,

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so if you need to move a pig, give then only one way to go.

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OK, so that's what we need to remember. Do we need anything else?

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Ooh. I wonder what this is?

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A bit of metal. I guess it will come in handy.

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So we've got everything we need. Let's go.

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Hey, Rebecca, can you guess what we're playing today?

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-Are we playing barn dancers?

-No! I'm a farmer.

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Of course! You'll have a really good time.

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When you get back, the House of Pancakes will be in full swing.

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-Did you find some eggs?

-No, but I've had an idea.

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I'll make the pancakes with milk and flour.

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Looks very tasty.

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-I think I need to mix it more.

-Well, good luck with that.

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-And good luck with being a farmer.

-See you.

-Bye!

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# Let's play! #

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Come on, let's play farmers.

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Whoa!

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Yes!

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# Let's play! #

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Right, so, where are we? Looks like we're in a field in the country.

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HE BREATHES IN

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Smell that lovely morning air.

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I think there's been a bit of a storm.

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This fence has blown down.

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-SPLASH!

-And it must have been raining

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because it's very muddy.

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I think there's a farmhouse there. Let's find out what's going on.

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Ah, here we are. A farmhouse!

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-SQUAWKING

-Whoa! A chicken!

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Excuse me, have you seen a chicken?

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Yes, they're about this big,

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they have feathers. Bwok! And they move like that.

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-Have you seen a chicken run this way?

-That way.

-Thanks.

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Hang on. Who are you?

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Oh, I'm Sid. I'm a farmer.

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Are you? Oh, marvellous!

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You might be just the person I need.

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I'm NOT a farmer.

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SHE LAUGHS

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I'm only here for the day looking after my uncle's farm.

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-We've got a school party coming to visit.

-How lovely.

-It isn't.

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-Why isn't it lovely?

-There was a storm last night

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and the whole place is a mess.

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Fences broken down, animals everywhere.

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I'm going to need some help.

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-I'll help you tidy up. When will the children be here?

-In...one hour!

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Oh! We'd better get started!

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PHONE RINGS Hang on. It's my uncle,

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the one who owns the farm.

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Hello, Uncle Harry.

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Hello, Wendy, my lovely.

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Just checking everything's all right for the open day?

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Oh, yes, Uncle Harry. Everything's fine. Just a few things to sort out.

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-BAA! CLUCK! WOOF!

-What's that noise?

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Noise? Oh, um, er, nothing,

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just the chickens getting excited about the children coming.

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Everything's under control.

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Marvellous! I hope the kids have a lovely time.

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I'm sure they will.

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Bye!

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Goodbye.

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Right, we need to get the chickens back in the coop,

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the sheep in the pen and that pig back in the sty.

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-And pronto!

-Right.

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I think we'd better start with the chickens.

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Chickens. Right, let's get on with it.

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I'll clear up the mess, you get the chickens. Get Clucky.

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Right. Clucky. Here, Clucky, Clucky!

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Clucky, Clucky! Here, Clucky!

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-Excuse me? Which one's Clucky?

-The one that keeps clucking.

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Should have guessed! Here, Clucky, Clucky!

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Time to go back home. Clucky... Oh, no! Where's that gone?

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I'll get that one in a moment.

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-Try Pecky.

-OK. Which one's Pecky?

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-The one that keeps pecking.

-Leave it to me. I will catch it.

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Pecky, Pecky, Pecky. Pecky, come back here! Pecky!

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Here, Pecky, Pecky. Pecky, Pecky, Pecky!

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-Oh, no. I couldn't catch it.

-What are we going to do?

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The children will be here soon and we haven't got the chickens.

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Oh, this is very bad. I'm not much of a farmer

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if I can't catch chickens. How can I get them back?

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-PING!

-Oh! Hold on!

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I remember. Do you?

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Most chickens have a pecking order with their leader at the top.

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We need to find the leader and the rest will follow.

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We need to find the leader. Which one's that?

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-Easy. That's Flappy.

-OK. Er, which one's Flappy?

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-The one that keeps...

-Yes, I'm ahead of you. That one is flapping a lot.

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Here, Flappy, Flappy.

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Oh. Doesn't seem to want to move.

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-How am I going to get it down?

-Some bird seed?

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Oh, might work.

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OK. Here we go.

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Here, Flappy.

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Some bird seed. Here we are.

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Yes! That seems to be working all right.

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Now to get it back to the coop. Here, Flappy.

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Yes, it's coming. And so are all the others!

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Here, Flappy! Come on, then.

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Keep on coming. That's it. And the others.

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Here, chickies, chickies! That's it. Come on. In you get.

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Three chickens back in the coop.

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-Bird seed. That's what gets them moving.

-Well done, Farmer Sid.

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-Thanks. What's next?

-Now we get the sheep back in the pen.

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-OK, how do we do that?

-Well, we've got a sheepdog.

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Ah! That should do it.

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WOOF! Sid, meet Bobby.

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Hello, Bobby the sheepdog. I'm Sid the farmer.

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WOOF!

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Right, Bobby, the sheep are over there

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and they need to be in the pen over there.

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Bobby, sheep into the pen.

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Bobby, sheep, pen.

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Go.

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Go.

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Go, go, go, go!

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He's not going.

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-Bobby, sheep into the pen!

-Whoa!

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She's good at that, isn't she?

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That's a good Bobby. Well done.

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He's got them moving in the same direction.

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Yes, but where's he taking them? Bobby!

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Bobby, no! Naughty Bobby!

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Oh, into that pond! Bobby!

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-SPLASHING

-Oh, no!

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-Where are they going now?

-WOOF!

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-That house, is that your uncle's place?

-Yes.

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-Haven't you left the door open?

-Yes.

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And into the house they go.

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Oh, no! The nice clean carpet!

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Oh, dear.

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WOOF, WOOF!

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Bring those sheep out of the house this instant!

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CRASH!

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Bobby, sheep, out of the house!

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It's not doing anything we say.

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PHONE RINGS The phone!

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It's Mrs Tramp, the teacher of the party that's coming to visit.

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Hello, Mrs Tramp.

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Yes. Oh, great.

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Wonderful!

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Really? Brilliant!

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OK, bye!

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-Disaster. They're on their way.

-The sheep are in the house.

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-The pigs are in the garden.

-What are we going to do?!

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DRAMATIC MUSIC

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-The good news is, the sheep are out of the house.

-Great.

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-The bad news is, they've run into the field.

-What is Bobby doing?

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-What shall we do?

-I don't know.

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I don't know how to get him to behave. I'm not a farmer.

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But, hey, you are.

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Yes, but he won't listen. Bobby! Bring the sheep back.

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WOOF!

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-See?

-Oh, surely you can do something!

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Oh, I don't know. How do I get Bobby to do what I tell him?

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Um, what shall I say? Um...

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-PING!

-Oh, hold on. I remember. Do you?

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Farmers use sheepdogs to herd sheep by teaching them special words.

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That's it! We need to use special words. Of course! So what are they?

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Yes, they say, "Walk up," when they want them to approach slowly.

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Walk up, Bobby! Walk up!

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It's working. The sheep have stopped

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and they're looking at him. What's next?

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They say, "Come by," to tell them to run around the sheep.

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Come by, Bobby! Come by!

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-Look, he's doing it.

-Yes, it's working.

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Come by, Bobby. Come by!

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They're going into the pen.

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He's got them in. Quick, let's shut the gate.

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BOBBY PANTS

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Phew! Well done, Bobby.

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What a good sheepdog. I just should have given him the right words.

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-Let's get the pig back in the sty.

-Great idea.

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Wow, look at this mess.

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It was quite a storm last night.

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These hay bales have blown all over the field.

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Now, where's that pig?

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There it is!

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OINK!

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-What's her name?

-Higgledy.

-OK. Come on.

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-Come on.

-I don't know farming,

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-but I'm sure pigs don't just come when you call them.

-Right.

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-Stand back, Wendy. I will catch this pig.

-OK, Sid. You go for it.

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Come on, Higgledy. That's it.

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Stay where you are.

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Oh!

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Where's it gone?

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There it is! Over there.

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Shh. Higgledy...

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Oh, no! Now it's over there.

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Higgledy!

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-No luck, Sid?

-No. That pig's way too fast for me.

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Oh! Look over there! The school bus!

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TOOT! The children are almost here!

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And Higgledy's still running around.

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-Do something, Sid!

-Oh, er, er...

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I don't know. How do I get the pig back into the sty?

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She keeps running around.

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-PING!

-Oh, I know. I remember. Do you?

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If you need to move a pig, give it only one way to go.

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That's what we need to do - make a path she has to go down.

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-But how?

-Um... We'll use the hay bales!

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-Make a line and chase Higgledy down the middle.

-Brilliant!

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Let's move them into place.

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BOTH GRUNT

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Too heavy.

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Let me try that one.

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BOTH GRUNT

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-Still too heavy!

-We're never going to move these into place.

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Hold on. Use that tractor to drive them into place.

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PING! Brilliant!

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We can get the tractor to the bales,

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-load them onto the trailer and drop them into place.

-OK.

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-Well, you can drive.

-Great!

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Oh! Oh, no.

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-What?

-They're not joined together.

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-The tractor and trailer need to be hooked up.

-Hooked up?

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There's a metal pin, a drawbar, that joins them together.

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-Oh.

-PING!

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Oh! That metal pin... Does it look like this?

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Yes, that's it!

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-I knew this would come in handy. There you go.

-Great!

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-You get into the tractor and I'll hook it up.

-Right-o.

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ENGINE STARTS

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OK, Sid, back a bit.

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Back a bit. Back a bit more.

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That's it. Stop. Switch it off now.

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Right.

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Now the tractor's attached to the trailer.

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-Great. We can get those bales into place.

-Brilliant.

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Oh, this is so exciting!

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-Great. We've done it. A one-way street to the sty.

-Phew!

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-CHILDREN SHOUT

-Oh, and the children are here.

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OK, I'll go and say hello and you get Higgledy into the sty.

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Right. Oh, I get the easy job, then.

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OINK!

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There's Higgledy.

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Shh.

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That's it, Higgledy.

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That's it. Keep moving.

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Forward.

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That's it.

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Go on, Higgledy.

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All the way...

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into the sty.

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Yes! Wendy, we did it.

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OK, children, just wait at the gate. I'll be there in a minute.

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-Look!

-Oh!

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Well done, Sid. Higgledy in the sty!

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We did it. The chickens are in the coop, the sheep are in the pen

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and the pig is in the sty!

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Yes!

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Phew!

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That's all the animals in the right place.

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I can't thank you enough, Sid.

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It was no problem at all. It was brilliant fun.

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We'd never have done it without remembering

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everything we needed to know.

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Most chickens have a pecking order and they will follow the leader.

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Farmers use sheepdogs to herd sheep by teaching them words.

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Come by!

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And if you need to move a pig, give them only one way to go.

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The kids are going to enjoy their visit. Uncle Harry will be pleased.

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Well, I'm glad.

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Oh. And I think it's time we went home.

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-Before you go, I've got something to give you.

-Oh, eggs!

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How lovely!

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Yes, Clucky laid them. Or Pecky. One of them, anyway.

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Thank you. I know someone who's going to love these.

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-Bye-bye-Wendy.

-Bye-bye, Farmer Sid.

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I shouted what to do and the sheep were herded into the pen.

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-It was a lovely sheepdog.

-He sounds great.

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How's it going with the House of Pancakes?

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I can't make my pancakes without eggs.

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This does not look like a pancake. It looks like a lump of goo.

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-Hmm.

-But don't worry. I have brought you some eggs!

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Oh!

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Great, thanks, Sid! Now we can have pancakes, after all.

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We sure can. Playing farmers was great fun. What do YOU like to play?

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When I play mermaids, I swish in the water like this.

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Playing a cowboy in the Wild West is fun.

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Yee-ha!

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I love playing ambulance drivers.

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My siren sounds like this. Nee-naw, nee-naw, nee-naw!

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It's fun to play. Start playing today.

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Go to...

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and click on Let's Play. See you soon!

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Preschool show exploring the magic of play through dressing up, role play and pretending. Sid steps through the Magic Curtain to a windswept farm, where he has to round up the escaped chickens, sheep and pigs before a party of school children arrive to visit.


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