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Whose family are we going to meet today?
Charlotte and Zoe's!
Charlotte is six years old...
Zoe is five years old,
and they're sisters.
They live with their mum
and dad, in a town.
I wonder what they're up to today.
Charlotte and Dad are in the garden.
They're laying out big letters on the grass.
I wonder why.
What do you think this game's about, Zoe?
Ah, she's jumping onto one letter at a time.
Now an H.
I know what she's spelling out.
L, and then an O.
Two Ts in a row.
And the final letter
will need a big jump...
Put them all together and it spells "Charlotte".
Zoe, I'm going to do your name on these.
Tell her where she needs to jump, Zoe.
And finally an E.
Zoe and Charlotte are getting ready to do some baking.
Aprons on, and all set for action.
Zoe? You've got Mummy's
We need some flour, too.
I wonder what they're making.
In goes a nice big scoop of butter...
Zoe makes sure Mum adds just enough sugar...
..and lots of flour.
EGGcellent job, Charlotte.
Is that all done?
-It is eggy now.
-It's eggy now, is it?
It looks like they're making a cake...
Mash them until they're nice and gooey.
And there's one final, yummy ingredient.
Make sure you get all the mixture in the cake tin, girls.
Come out, you naughty mixture.
This is making me hungry.
-Right, you ready?
The cake goes and the oven,
but Charlotte and Zoe aren't finished yet.
They're making play cakes using what fell on the table.
Shall I put some leftover egg in?
Oh, I've found some other things on the table we need.
Shall we call it "off the table cake"?
I'll just go and get a banana.
I bought it from the shops.
It's a bit smelly.
Zoe's given Charlotte squishy butterfingers.
This is very pleasant.
Our "eggy bake", shall we call it?
It's on the table.
They're making more mess than cakes!
Make a new one.
We'll clear it up with spoons,
put them in our cupcakes.
These are going to be our cases for the cake.
This is fun...
but it's ready for the oven now, isn't it?
But these play cakes don't go in the real oven -
they've cut a special toy one that doesn't get hot.
The real banana cake has finished baking.
I bet it will taste delicious.
Good job, girls.
Charlotte and Zoe are making
something using recycled rubbish.
-Think tape will work better, or glue?
-Do you think?
Sticky glue can get everywhere -
even on Zoe's fingers.
I wonder what they'll make with all these different bits and bobs.
-What are you making?
-Erm...I don't know.
A top-secret invention?
Let's wait. Let's wait...and see what it says?
I'm sticking this on, like that.
Oh, look. Hee-hee!
-It's kind of like a tube slide.
A slide? What about something to go down it?
Yes, those will be perfect.
Hey! First time!
Oh, missed that time. Oh, look.
Oh, where's it gone?
The marble must be hiding.
Hello, Mr Ball?
It's in there. Look - it was in here.
-Oh, there it is.
-At that end?
At that end - that's a good idea.
Charlotte's model is almost finished.
One more, and then we're done.
Look at my invention.
Wow, what are you going to call it?
Great name. A super marble Plonky-plonks.
-It's a bit like bowling.
Yay. Well done, Zoe.
What a fun time they've had using bits of old rubbish.
Charlotte, Zoe, Mum and Dad are off to the park.
I wonder what they'll do.
Look, Zoe, there's blue sky again.
We can try and get the blue sky.
They're launching a toy rocket.
Are you really?
-Wow, that went really high.
Do you want to do one like that?
The harder you stamp, the higher it goes.
Go on, then - go and grab it.
Zoe has an idea of how to make the rocket go further.
Charlotte, do you want to try and catch it?
Give it a go, Charlotte...
with a bit of help from Dad.
Get your hands ready.
Oh, catching rockets isn't easy!
-Where's my rocket?
-Charlotte's ready for a tall one.
She's even higher know.
I'm really tall.
I'm going to go.
How about a swap-around?
Zoe go on the top?
Here we go!
Oh, missed. Give it another go, Charlotte.
Right, a really big stomp.
You're supposed to catch it, not kick it, Dad.
Oh, unlucky, Zoe.
It's not easy catching space rockets,
but it was fun trying.
The banana cake has cooled down and it ready to eat.
Charlotte and Zoe's toys are joining them for a picnic.
Zoe, here she is.
Oh, thank you.
Oh - monster piece.
-One for Charlotte.
How about some tea to go with the cake, Zoe?
-Can I have my milk first?
-Yes, in your mug...
-You want any sugar?
-No sugar, thank you.
-Put it in there.
-Thank you, Zoe.
Dad's got his tea, how about Charlotte?
Zoe, please may I have some tea?
Oh, dear, Zoe has drunk all the tea.
-Is there any tea left for Charlotte?
-Sold everything from the teapot?
I have a feeling I'm never going to get a drink.
Don't worry, there's plenty more -
especially when it's pretend.
Charlotte finally gets a nice cup of tea...
Oh, how lovely.
..and now her teddy bear wants some, too.
There you go. Here you go.
And a piece of cake for Teddy.
There's plenty of delicious cake for everyone.
-What do you think, Charlotte?
Zoe, high five?
Put it again.
I wonder who we're going to meet
next time on Our Family.