Cave Person Let's Play


Cave Person

Imaginative preschool show. Rebecca steps through the Magic Curtain and goes back in time to the days of cavemen and women.


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-# Let's play

-# Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo

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# Let's have an adventure, hooray!

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-# Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo

-# Let's play!

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# Who could we be today?

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# 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 a firefighter

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# 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

-# Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo

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-# Let's play

-# Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo

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# Let's have an adventure today

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-# Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo

-# Let's play! #

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Boom-ssk! Boom-ssk!

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Hey, Sid!

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-Sid?

-Boom-ssk! Boom-ssk!

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What's going on? Are you all right?

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I'm fine, thanks. How are you?

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I'm really good, thanks.

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I was wondering why you're making those noises.

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Oh, I'm recording a song.

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Oh! Were those noises singing, then?

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It's kind of like a beatboxy tune.

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I like to have lots of different sounds and noises

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so it all sounds different.

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-Boom-ssk! Boom-ssk! Boom-ssk!

-Yeah, that's different, all right!

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-Do you want to hear what I've got so far?

-Yeah.

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BEATBOX MUSIC

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-Oh, I really like it!

-Hmm, I think it's missing something.

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No, it's brilliant, honestly!

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No, it needs something to finish it off, something a bit different.

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Ah! I've got it!

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How about some harmonica?

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SHE PLAYS HARMONICA

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Ow! Yeah, the harmonica's good,

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but, er, not quite right for what I need.

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I could try it really high.

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SHE PLAYS HIGH-PITCHED NOTE

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I like the harmonica, it's just not quite doing it for this...

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PLAY ALARM SOUNDS

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Hold on, Sid, it's time!

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Great!

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It's time to play!

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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!

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# Let-let-let it be me!

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# Let it be me!

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# Let it be me!

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# 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

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# Let, let, let it be me!

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# 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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Could it be me?

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Could it be me?

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BOING! BOING! It's me!

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# Yes, it's me!

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# 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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So, what are we going to play?

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Let's find out!

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A clown outfit, cowboy boots and a chef's hat?

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I don't think so!

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Let's try again.

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So, what have we got on now?

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A furry dress, some furry shoes,

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and a very fancy necklace.

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What do you think we're playing today, then?

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That's it! We're playing cave people from a very long time ago.

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So, what do we need to know?

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First of all, Rebecca, cave people often lived in caves

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and wore clothes made of animal skins and fur

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for protection and to keep them warm.

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Sometimes, cave people

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made tools out of things they found around them.

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Last of all, Rebecca,

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some cave people lived at the same time as woolly mammoths.

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They were a bit like huge, furry elephants with long tusks,

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and woolly mammoths loved to eat long grass.

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That's what we need to remember. Do we need anything else?

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Oh, a stone with a hole in the middle.

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Well, I wonder what that's for.

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I'm sure it will come in handy.

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OK, we've got everything we need. Let's go!

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# Let's play! #

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Sid? SID GASPS

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-Oh, you gave me a shock!

-Sorry!

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Can you guess what we're playing today?

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-You're going to lie on the floor and pretend to be a rug.

-No!

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We're playing cave people.

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Good luck! Nice hair, by the way.

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-Thank you!

-That sound I just made has given me an idea.

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-TAP! TAP! TAP!

-Huh!

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-TAP! TAP! TAP!

-Huh!

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-What you think?

-Yeah, maybe.

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I'll keep working on it.

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You can play me the finished thing when you're done.

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-Have a good time.

-Take care.

-See you!

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-TAP! TAP! TAP!

-Huh!

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# Let's play! #

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Come on, Let's play cave people!

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Ooh! Ooh! Ha-ha!

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-# Let's play! #

-WHOOSH!

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So, where are we?

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Oh, it looks a bit deserted.

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Just trees and rocks.

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No houses and no cars.

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Ooh, and it's a bit cold, too!

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I wonder if there's anyone about.

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Hello-oo?

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Ooh, there's an echo!

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Echo! Echo! Echo!

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Echo! Echo! Echo!

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ROAR

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Oh, what was that?! I'm sure I just heard a growling noise!

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Well, I think it came from over there.

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Hello?

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Oh, look! Ha-ha!

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Look at his ears!

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I thought it was a monster, but it's only a pussycat!

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Here, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty!

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That's no pussycat!

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That is one very big cat!

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ROAR! I'm out of here!

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Phew! Oh, that was close!

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Lucky I found this cave.

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Eurgh!

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What is that smell?!

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-< Ug!

-Yes, ug!

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< Ug!

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Oh!

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It's a cave man!

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Hello, lovely to meet you!

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-So, what is your name?

-Ug!

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OK, not very chatty.

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What is your name?

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Ug! My name, Ug! Me, Ug!

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Oh, right! That's your name! Ha-ha!

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Well, lovely to meet you, Ug!

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OK, good!

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Nice handshake! Ha-ha!

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Oh, I like your picture!

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It looks like a hairy elephant.

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Ug paint mammoth. Keep cave safe.

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Bring good luck.

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Don't worry. No-one is coming in here with that smell!

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Oh, you've missed a bit!

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Ug no finish.

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-Paint finished.

-Oh, you paint's run out.

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Oh, well, you're going to need some more.

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I tell you what, I'll help you.

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Where do you get your paint from?

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From man in Icy Valley.

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Icy Valley? Oh, well, that can't be too hard to find!

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A valley with ice in it.

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OK, great.

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Wait!

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Man, give. You, give.

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Oh, I see.

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It sounds like I need to give the cave man

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something in return for the paint.

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But what would he need? What would he want?

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Brrrr!!

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Oh, I know!

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I remember! Do you remember?

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Cave people wore clothes made of animal skins and furs

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for protection and to keep them warm.

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Oh! Oh, this looks nice and warm!

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Oh, but it does pong like a cave man's flip flop!

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Can we use this? Is that OK, Ug?

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OK. Itchy, anyway. You take.

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Great!

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Red and white paint coming up!

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See you later, Ug!

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Oh, and maybe you could have a bath while I'm gone?

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Oh, never mind!

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HE SNIFFS

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# Let's play! #

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Well, this looks like a valley. And is it icy?

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Whoa-oh-oh-oh!

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Yes, it is!

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Whoa-oh-oh-oh!

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Wheee!

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Oooh-ooooh!

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Whooo!

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Ooh-ooh-ooh-whoa!

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Oof! Ice is hard!

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Oh, hello!

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I'm Ig!

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Ig? Makes a change from Ug!

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Hi, Ig! I'm Rebecca.

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Lovely to meet you.

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Could you help me up, please?

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Ooh, thanks! Your hands are like ice!

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Brrr! Cold! Everything like ice.

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Toes like ice.

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Belly button like ice.

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That must be why they call it...

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-BOTH:

-Icy Valley!

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Now, I need some paint for a cave painting,

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and I've been told that you're the cave man to talk to.

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Ig have paint, mmm-mmm. What colour?

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Well, I would like some white paint, please.

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Ahem!

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Oh, you want something in return for the paint?

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Well, I have this lovely, snuggly fur.

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Only one previous owner. Could do with a bit of a wash.

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HE SNIFFS Mmm!

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Ooh, bit itchy!

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But warm.

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-Here.

-Oh, what's this?

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-Paint.

-They must have run out of paint pots.

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I'm sure Ug will know what to do with it.

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Oh, thanks, Ig.

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Now I also need some red paint.

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No have red paint.

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Red paint on No Tree Plain.

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Oh, great! That's another long walk!

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And we need something to exchange when we get there.

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Oh, well, we'll find something on the way.

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Well, thanks, Ig. See you later.

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-Watch out, Icy Valley...

-Ooh!

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..very slippy!

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Yes. Thanks.

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It takes such a long time to get anywhere in cave people time.

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I wish they'd invented buses!

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We must be nearly there by now.

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What was the name the place again?

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That's right. No Trees Plain.

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Ah, look! There's a tree!

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Oh, well, we better keep going. Not there yet.

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Oh, and we still need to find something

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to give to the cave person to swap for red paint.

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Oh, what can we get him?

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Ooh, maybe a toy!

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Hmm, no toy shops here.

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What would a cave person want?

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Oh, I remember! Do you? That's it!

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Cave people sometimes made tools out of things they found around them.

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We need to find him something he can use as a tool.

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Right, erm...ooh!

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Oh, yes!

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Right, let's go!

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Oh, here's our cave man.

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Hello! I'm Rebecca.

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What's your name?

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Oh, no, actually, don't tell me! Don't tell me! Let me guess!

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-Erm, is it, erm...Ag?

-Uh-uh!

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Ag?

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Ooh, Ig?

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Og!

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Og, of course. I should have guessed!

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Well, hello, Mr Og. I'd like some red paint, please.

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Ahem! For Og?

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Well, for you, Mr Og, I have this lovely, slithery snake!

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Pretty good, eh?

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HE GRUNTS

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OK, suit yourself!

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Oh, oh, I've got it!

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What about this fantastic walking stick?

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Look at me walk with my fantastic stick!

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This is one hard to please cave man!

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Oh, I've got it! We can use this!

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I knew it would come in handy!

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Wow, look at this amazing, stone, bashy thing!

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Ooh! Ooh!

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That's it! Lovely stone bashy thing!

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Bashy-wallopy-stony thing!

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What are you doing?

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Oh, lovely! What is it?

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Red paint.

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Oh, red paint!

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Never in a pot or a tube! OK.

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Well, that's great! Thank you very much!

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Oh, hang on, Mr Og.

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You know what, you've invented something! The hammer!

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No, no hammer.

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Og make back scratcher! Ah!

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Oooh, yes! OK, well, whatever you want to do with it -

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within reason!

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Well, thank you very much, Mr Og.

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Have a nice day!

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Ooh! Ooh! Ooh!

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# Let's play! #

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I mean, it doesn't have to be a bus, even just a bicycle!

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Anything but this constant walking!

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Right, where am I?

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I wish I had a map.

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Oh, look, there's a rock.

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Let's take a look from the top of that.

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-Right, where am I?

-< Ugg!

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Hey, it moved! Hang on a minute.

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Rocks don't move!

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That's because this isn't a rock!

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Oof! It's a woolly mammoth!

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Whoa! And it's walking!

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Stop! Brake! Ooh! Ooh!

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SHE LAUGHS

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How can I get him to stop?

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Oh, I know!

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I remember! Do you? That's it!

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Woolly mammoths love to eat long grass.

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We need to find him some long grass. Maybe he'll stop to eat then.

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Oh, look! There's some over there!

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That's it, come on, woolly mammoth!

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Juicy grass this way!

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Here we go. That's it.

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And, stop. There we go.

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That's it. Eat up!

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Good mammoth! Yes!

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Wow, that was great fun!

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Well, we better get this paint back to Ug.

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OK, so, we've got our red paint,

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but where's our white paint?

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Oh, you found it!

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Oh, thank you so much, mammoth!

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OK, let's go.

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# Let's play! #

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I'm back! Woo! Ha-ha!

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Here you are, Ug. I hope this is the right paint.

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Oh, Ug paint!

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Happy!

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Ooh! Ha-ha! Ooh, lovely!

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SHE SNIFFS

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Oh, you decided against the bath, then!

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What are you doing, you silly cave man?

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-Ug make paint.

-Oh, I see.

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He's crushing the paint so he can use it. Clever!

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Paint ready.

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Rebecca, Finnish mammoth.

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Ooh, I've done some painting in my time.

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Let's have a go.

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There! Done!

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It looks a lot like the real thing, doesn't it?

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Ug like!

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Look real.

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Well, I have ridden one, you know.

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And we wouldn't have got that paint

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without remembering everything we needed to know.

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Cave people lived a very long time ago.

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They wore clothes made out of animal skins and furs to keep them warm.

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They sometimes made tools out of things they found around them.

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And some of them lived at the same time as woolly mammoths,

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who loved to eat long grass.

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Bye, Ug. It's time we went home.

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Bye, Rebecca.

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# Let's play! #

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And then I walked for miles and miles and miles!

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What have you been doing?

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I've been trying to find a sound for the song.

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I've been tapping with sticks, whistling,

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knocking a spoon on the cup,

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-making sounds with my mouth - loads of things!

-Oh, cool!

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-Can I hear it, then?

-OK.

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-Remember, it's not finished yet.

-OK.

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BEATBOX MUSIC PLAYS

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Oh, cool, Sid! That's brilliant!

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It still needs that other sound, though.

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-Something with a bit of oomph.

-I could try the harmonica again.

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-TRUMPET

-No! Hold on!

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What happened there? How did you do that?

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-Um, Sid...

-Do that again, and I will record it.

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That will be perfect for the song.

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Um, Sid, it wasn't me. It was...erm, a friend of mine.

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TRUMPET

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Hello, huge, hairy elephant!

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-Mammoth.

-Mammoth!

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Don't worry, he's very well-behaved!

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Playing cave people was great fun!

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What do you like to play?

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# Let's play! #

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I like to play rock stars and entertain a crowd like this.

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ELECTRIC GUITAR WAILS

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I like playing pirates and looking through a telescope.

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I like playing footballers.

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I always get man of the match.

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I kick the football like this.

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It's fun to play! Start playing today!

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Go to bbc.co.uk/cbeebies

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and click on Let's Play!

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# Let's play! #

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See you soon!

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Preschool show exploring the magic of play through dressing up, role play and pretending. Rebecca steps through the Magic Curtain and goes back in time to the days of cavemen and women. She looks for paint for a cave painting and tries riding a mammoth.


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