Children's series. Sage and her younger brother Tate are off to school to learn the Prairie Dog Code. Sage is very excited but Tate isn't so keen.
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Beneath the American prairies, deep underground,
the Little Prairie Dogs are stirring.
Come on, Little Prairie Dogs! Wake up!
It's time to tell a story of life on the prairies.
Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep!
ALARM CLOCK RINGS
Yay! It's time to get up.
Come on, Tate, we've got to get ready for school.
Today we're learning the Prairie Dog Code.
Miss Humphries is going to teach us
all the warning calls we need to keep us out of danger.
-Oh, just another five minutes!
Mum! Tate won't get up and we have to get ready for school.
We've got a big day ahead today.
Oh, Sage, I haven't had any breakfast yet.
But I'm excited. Tate, come on! I don't want to be late.
Miss Humphries will take away one of my gold stars if I'm late.
But I don't want to go to school.
I just want to go out and play and have fun today.
School IS fun, Tate! Come on.
It looks like an early start on the prairie this morning.
The school bell has rung and all the Little Prairie Dogs
say goodbye to their families and make their way to class.
Keep up, Tate! We want to get there early so we can stand at the front.
Oh, there she is! There she is!
Good morning, Miss Humphries.
One by one, the Little Prairie Dogs turn up for class
and let Miss Humphries know they've arrived with a prairie dog call.
Tate! Stop eating and say good morning.
Morning, Miss Humphries.
Tate, what IS that you're eating?
I brought that for the teacher, Tate, not for you.
What's she saying, Sage?
Miss Humphries is going to take us on a school trip.
There are lots of dangerous animals on the prairie
and we need to learn special calls to warn the town if danger is near.
Yippee! I love school trips.
Today might not be so bad after all.
School trip, school trip, school trip, Sage! Yay!
I know it's exciting, Tate, but you must listen.
You have to learn these calls in case you need to warn the town one day.
Oh, Sage! You're so good at everything.
You'll save us if we get into trouble.
Tate, I might not always be with you. You need to learn for yourself.
This is the warm-up lesson. We need to practise our calling voices.
Come on, Tate. Everyone has to join in. Copy me.
That didn't sound anything like mine. Try again.
Well done, Tate. That's better.
All the Little Prairie Dogs are very excited about their school trip.
ALL: Yay! Yippee!
Miss Humphries rounds up the class and they head out over the prairie.
ALL: Yay! Yippee!
Come on, stay close to me, Tate. We have to keep up with the teacher.
Over there - it's a badger.
We mustn't get too close, cos they're a big danger to prairie dogs.
If a badger is coming near our town, we have to shout really loudly.
Listen to Miss Humphries. She's about to show us how to do a badger call.
Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep!
Miss Humphries asks all the Little Prairie Dogs to repeat the call,
and they all do it very well.
All, that is, apart from Tate.
Tate! The teacher is asking you to repeat the badger call.
And Tate, stop eating!
I can't say it properly, Sage. If I hide behind here, she won't see me.
Don't be so silly, Tate. Come back out here and answer Miss Humphries.
Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep!
Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum.
No, Tate! Listen again and copy me.
Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep!
You'll get it. You just have to pay attention.
Yum, yum...yum, yum.
Think about it, Tate.
Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep!
I did it, Sage. I did the badger warning call. Did you hear me?
I did, Tate. Well done.
Now come on. We have to move on and learn another word.
-Miss Humphries has gone already.
-Sage, what's that?
It's beautiful, isn't it?
I want to learn how to say that in a prairie dog call.
No need, Tate. Butterflies are harmless, so there's no warning call.
But there are other things we need to be afraid of. Look -
the class has stopped over there.
The teacher must have seen something up ahead. Quick!
It's a coyote, Tate.
Miss Humphries is going to teach us the coyote warning call.
Listen carefully. This one's really important.
So Miss Humphries shouts the coyote warning call loud and clear...
..and listens as all the Little Prairie Dogs repeat it.
Come on, Tate. You must try the coyote call.
Oh, you do it, Sage.
You must try, Tate. Listen to me.
Eek! Eek! Eek! Eek! Eek!
Imagine if there was a coyote standing right next to you.
-Think how loudly you'd shout then!
Oh, I'm just no good at learning new calls.
We'll practise at home, Tate.
I'll help you.
SCHOOL BELL RINGS
Thank you, Miss Humphries. See you tomorrow.
Thanks for our school trip, Miss Humphries.
Now we can go home and play. Yippee!
-Come on, we'll practise the warning calls on our way back.
-YOU can, Sage.
I'll just run.
Sage gets a big kiss from Mum when she gets home.
Mum's very pleased to hear
they've learned the prairie dog warning calls. Tate's happy playing.
Wait a minute. What's that over there?
Oh, no, oh, no!
It's the fox. I don't know the warning call for fox.
And he's really close to our town. I know foxes are dangerous
and I should call out. But I'm no good at calling.
What should I do? Oh! I have to try.
Nyup! Nyup! Nyup!
Oh, no, that doesn't sound right.
La-la-la-la-la-la-la! Nor does that.
Oh, no, oh, no! He's getting closer. I've got to get it right.
Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Eep! Yay!
Tate's warning calls are heard by the whole town.
Everyone rushes underground and out of danger.
I did it! I did it! I saved the town!
-I'm so proud of you, Tate.
-I didn't think I was good at danger calls,
but I am. I did it! And we're all safe.
Tate, I told you school was fun.
By practising the calls you learned, you've saved the town from danger.
Well done, little brother.
So with our Little Prairie Dogs back home, safely underground,
it's time for us to say goodbye from the North American prairies.
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The little prairie dogs of Prairie Dog Town are chatty, cheeky and very cute. Set against the stunning backdrop of North America's prairies, every episode tells a story of adventure as the little prairie dogs explore the world around them.
Sage and her younger brother Tate are off to school to learn the Prairie Dog Code. Sage is very excited but Tate isn't so keen. With Sage's encouragement, Tate reluctantly learns the prairie dog alarm calls, but will he remember them when it really counts?