Builder Let's Play


Builder

Imaginative preschool show. Rebecca steps through the Magic Curtain to play builders.


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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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# What 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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One... Two...

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Three... Sid, look at me. Four... Five.

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Careful, Rebecca. That's my signed photo.

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Sorry. What's all this?

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I'm making a scrapbook of my football souvenirs.

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-You're not. You're making a mess.

-It is a bit.

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-Hold on. Where's my rosette?

-I think he needs my help.

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Sid... Is this what you're looking for?

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Oh, there it is. Thanks. Now...

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-Where's it gone?

-What?

-My souvenir programme.

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-Um, is this it?

-Five years I've had that.

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Five long years.

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I carried it in my pocket, slept with it under my pillow!

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Sid!

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Oh, you found it!

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Thanks. What a relief.

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-Sort this out or you'll keep losing things.

-I know where everything is.

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-Where's that Cup Final ticket?

-It's behind you.

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Oh.

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-Eh?

-Behind you.

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Stop.

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-Ah.

-You have to sort all this out, Sid.

-Thanks, Rebecca.

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BEEPING

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Hold on. 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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So what are we going to play?

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Let's find out.

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So, a princess dress, a top hat...

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and skis?

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I don't think so. Let's try again.

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Well, now, we've got a hard hat...

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a safety jacket and a pair of heavy boots.

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What do you think we're playing?

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Yes! We're going to play builders

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and build something great. So what do we need to know?

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First of all, builders build things like roads and houses.

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They do lots of digging and use diggers to make very big holes.

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Builders use plans to show them how to build something.

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They need to follow the plans very carefully.

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And lastly, builders use tools to help them build.

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A tool called a spirit level

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helps to make sure things are both straight and level.

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OK. So that's what we need to remember.

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And do we need anything else?

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Hmm. A bar of soap?

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Now, that's interesting!

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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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Where is it? Where is it? Where is it?

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-Hey, Sid.

-Oh, Rebecca. You'll never guess what.

-What?

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-I've lost my pencil.

-It's behind your ear.

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No, it isn't.

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Oh! Thanks!

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-Can you guess what we're playing?

-You're going to be...

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a big lemon head!

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No! We're playing at being builders!

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-I'd love to play builders!

-You've got enough to do sorting this out!

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Yes. If only I could find my ruler.

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I'm sure it will turn up. See you, Sid.

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-Have fun playing builders.

-Thanks. Bye.

-Where is that?

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# Let's play! #

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Come on, then. Let's play builders!

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Ooh!

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SHE LAUGHS

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# Let's play! #

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Right, where am I? Oh, I'm in a park.

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I wonder what I can build around here.

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# Bom-bom-bom-bom bom bom! #

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-ITALIAN ACCENT:

-I am ready!

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Maybe he can help. Hello. Excuse me.

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I am ready!

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Er, right. Ready for what?

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Ready for my concert! I am the great conductor, Andre Arpeggio,

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the greatest in the world!

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Oh, hello. I'm Rebecca. And I'm looking for something to build.

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-Where is my bandstand?

-Er... I'm afraid I don't know.

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My band is giving a performance on a bandstand. We must have it.

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I'm sure you'll find it.

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But I've got to find somewhere to do some building. See you later.

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Now, this looks like the right place.

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Sand, cement and bricks.

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-POSH VOICE:

-You can't get here?

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What about my bandstand?

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This is a complete disaster.

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-Hello. Is there something wrong?

-Yes.

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-My builder. He's stuck.

-In traffic?

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No. In the pavement. He was pouring in concrete

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and he got his feet stuck!

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-Oh, dear.

-I've got to get a bandstand built by two o'clock.

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There's supposed to be a performance.

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Yes, with Andre Arpeggio, the conductor.

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That's the fellow. Very demanding.

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He'll go bonkers if the bandstand isn't perfect.

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-Bonkers?

-Yes.

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You know. Whoo! Whee! Hee! Ha!

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Ha! Ha! Whoa!

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Oh, can't you build this bandstand yourself?

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Me? Hey? No. I'm an architect, I'm not a builder.

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I make decisions, decide where everything goes.

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-I don't touch bricks and sand.

-Right.

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No. What I need is a builder and I need one right away.

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Ha! I am so in the right place.

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Excuse me.

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Yes.

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-Rebecca the builder at your service!

-Fantastic!

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The bandstand has to be around about here

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-and this is what it's got to look like.

-Thanks.

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And you'll need some tools... There we are.

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Lovely!

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Oh, a builder's tool belt. Nice. Thank you.

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No probs. Two o'clock. Bye!

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HE GASPS

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Arpeggio! We can't let him see that the bandstand isn't ready.

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What shall we do?

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I don't know. Delay him.

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Don't let him see that the bandstand isn't ready. Remember...

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-HE WHISTLES AND BEEPS

-Bonkers!

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-Bandstand, bandstand, bandstand!

-Ah, Mr Arpeggio.

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How lovely to see you again.

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My bandstand, where is it?

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-What are these bricks?

-Nothing to see there.

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Yes, your bandstand, it is pretty much sorted.

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Yes, why don't you go off and practise

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and I will show you your lovely bandstand a little bit later?

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Well, I need my bandstand ready for my performance.

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Yes, of course. No problem. That's it, off you go. Take care. Bye.

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Right, we need to get building, and fast.

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Let's see.

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OK.

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I think we need to dig a big hole for the foundations -

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that's important -

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to make sure the bandstand is really strong.

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Right, OK, here we go.

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Hmm. I don't think we're going to get very far with this.

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We need something much bigger.

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Oh, I know. I remember. Do you?

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That's it.

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Builders use diggers to make very big holes.

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We need a digger.

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Right, then.

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RUMBLING Ah!

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This is it. Just what I need.

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OK. Right, I wonder how this thing starts.

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Um... Ah!

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ENGINE STARTS

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Um...

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GEARS GRIND BANG!

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Oh, yes. OK.

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All under control.

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Right, now I've got a hole to dig.

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CLATTERING

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BEEPING

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BEEPING

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# Let's play! #

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Good. We've got a big hole. Now we need to make the foundations.

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RUMBLING

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A cement mixer! Great.

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We just need to mix that up and pour it into the hole.

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Hmm. It's mixing all right.

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But it's not going very fast. We'll never get the bandstand built.

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I wonder if there's a go-faster button.

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Hmm.

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BEEP!

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RUMBLING SPEEDS UP Whoa! That's fast all right!

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Er... Maybe a little too fast! Stop! Slow down!

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BEEP!

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Phew!

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Oh, no! That's made a bit of a mess.

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There's still cement in there, so let's pour it into the hole.

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SQUEAK!

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Phwoar. This is really heavy.

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CREAKING

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# Let's play! #

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Cement going in. We'll have this bandstand ready in no time.

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It is time!

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-Time for what?

-Time to climb up on the bandstand

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and check everything is perfect for the concert.

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Um... Right, well, it's not...absolutely finished yet.

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Not finished?

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Er... Almost! Very nearly. There's just a few things to do. Tiny things.

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-My bandstand had better be finished before the performance.

-It will be!

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Oh, what's that over there? Look!

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-An ice-cream van.

-Oh, I like ice cream.

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ICE-CREAM VAN JINGLE

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Why don't you get one? Off you go.

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Foundations in. Now time for the bricks.

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# Let's play! #

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Right, let's get building!

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Done!

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Hmm.

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I'm not sure it looks very good.

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I'm not sure this is going to look like a bandstand at all.

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Um... What should I do next?

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Oh, hold on! I remember. Do you?

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That's it! Builders need to follow plans when they build something.

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I forgot to follow the plans.

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Right. I just need to follow what it says here.

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Let's do that, then.

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Ta-da! Done!

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Rightio, tatty-bye! Ah, I say, Rebecca!

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-How is the bandstand?

-Not bad. I finished the first bit.

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Oh. Um... It's a bit...

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-Higgledy-piggledy.

-Higgledy-piggledy? This really isn't going to work.

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But I followed the plans. What did I do wrong?

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None of the bits are straight. They're all...sloping over.

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Oh, dear.

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Hold on!

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I remember. Do you?

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That's it. Builders use a spirit level

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to make sure things are both straight and level.

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A-ha! Here it is. The spirit level.

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Let's get this fixed before Mr Arpeggio comes back.

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We don't want him seeing it and him going all bonkers!

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-Crikey, no!

-Right, let's see.

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The spirit level says this isn't straight. We need to straighten it.

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Jolly good.

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-Could you help me, please?

-What? Me?

-Yes.

-Oh, right.

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-Here we go.

-OK.

-That's it.

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There we go. Yes, it's straight now.

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Well done, old fruit!

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Mr Arpeggio! He's coming back.

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Ah, Arpeggio... Back soon!

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Come back here!

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I could not find any ice cream. What is that?

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Ah, Mr Arpeggio, let me explain.

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-Is that the bandstand?

-Yes, but...

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-Where I'm going to play my concert?

-Yes...

-It looks like this?

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-Let me explain!

-Oh, no!

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-I feel it. I think I'm going!

-Don't go!

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Bonkers!

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Oh! Bonkers!

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Mr Arpeggio!

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-Bonkers!

-Mr Arpeggio!

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-It isn't finished.

-Not finished?

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No. I need to straighten it up and put the roof on.

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You'll straighten it and put the roof on?

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-It will be finished by two o'clock?

-Yes.

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OK.

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-OK, come and sit down.

-Sit down, sit down.

-Come and relax.

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-Yes.

-I'll finish it off.

-Yes, you finish it off.

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-Yes, OK.

-Right, I'd better finish this off.

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HE SNORES

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Finished.

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-Ah, is he...

-Oh, don't worry. He's not in a bonkers mood.

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-He's asleep.

-Good.

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Well, I say!

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This is fantastic!

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You've done an amazing job.

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Thanks very much.

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MR ARPEGGIO YAWNS

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He's waking up! But will he like it?

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HE GASPS

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-This bandstand...

-Yes.

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It's lovely!

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I must go and get my band. We have a concert to play!

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Well, that's a relief!

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I must say, I can't wait to see this show.

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Neither can I.

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But hold on. I'm really dirty.

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I can't go to the concert looking like this.

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Oh, of course. I've got just the thing.

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The soap.

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Time for a quick wash.

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# Let's play! #

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CLASSICAL MUSIC

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Well, I'm all clean. That soap really worked.

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It's a great concert. I can see why Mr Arpeggio is known

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as the most famous conductor in the world.

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-Thanks for all your hard work.

-It's a pleasure.

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We did it. We managed to build the bandstand in time for the concert.

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But we would never have done it

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without remembering everything we needed to know.

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Builders use diggers to dig big holes.

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They use plans to show them what to build.

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And a tool called a spirit level

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to make sure things are straight and level.

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I think it's time we went home.

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Bye-bye. It's been lovely meeting you.

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Jolly good. Bye-bye, builder Rebecca.

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Farewell, Rebecca!

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Bye, Mr Arpeggio.

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# Let's play! #

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The bandstand wasn't straight but we fixed it in time for the concert.

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Well done, Rebecca. Good work. And look...

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-I found my ruler.

-Oh, well done, Sid.

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-How's the scrapbook?

-Not good. I keep getting bits everywhere.

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You know what? I have just the thing.

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Look. My tool belt. I use it to keep all my tools in one place,

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-but you can use it to keep everything from your scrapbook together.

-Thanks.

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Now I need never lose anything again.

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Playing builders 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 would like to play rabbits and hop around.

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I will bounce around like this.

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I like to play firefighters and put out fires like this!

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I like to play cowgirls and go, "Yee-ha!"

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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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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 to play builders. Has she got what it takes to be a brilliant builder? Can she build a bandstand in time for the great composer's concert?


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