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Whose family are we going to meet today?
Honu is four years old.
He lives with his mum and cat, Catini,
in a town by a river.
He often visits his grandparents, who live close by.
-Let's do the lu-lu dance, ready?
I wonder what they're up to today.
Honu and Mum are going on a day out.
They're making sandwiches to take with them.
Yummy, dummy, scrummy.
So, I thought we'd go to the beach today. Would you like to go to the
-What do we need to take with us?
-Buckets and spades, OK. Anything else you want
-to take with you?
-Your bike? OK.
Honu is taking his lunchbox in a rucksack.
-These ones, honey, or these ones?
-Both. Go on, then.
My snacks are in the front part.
Snacks in the front. All right. What else do we need for a trip to
-All right. What about buckets and spades?
Honu wants to take someone else to the beach.
-Can I take the cat with us?
-Can you take the cat with us?
Oh, I think it's probably a bit cold and rainy for the cat.
There's lot to take in the car and Honu's bike just about fits in.
Everything packed, it's time to hit the beach.
Colourful beach huts, all in a row,
and Honu's grandparents are waiting for him inside.
-I see a sea monster coming.
-Look at these.
Are you going to say hi to Gran and Grand-pappy? Give them a cuddle.
-I see a pirate ship...
What have you spotted out at sea, Honu?
-There's a sea monster there.
-Oh, terrible! I've never seen...
His friend Jacob has come to play on the beach too.
Jacob, I'm going down to the water.
I'm going to catch some fish.
Honu and Jacob want to catch sea creatures in their nets.
Jacob, if we go over there a bit more,
there's loads of stuff over there.
Mum keeps a close eye on the boys while they're near the water.
I don't think you'll catch anything in the waves.
So the boys head over to the rocks to see
if they'll have more luck there.
-Mum's come down to join in the fun.
We'll have a fish and chip weekend.
Look, I've got a good idea where you can go fish.
Ah, you'd think there'd be some crabs in there.
Aw, I missed him.
I think I caught a fish. I caught a fish!
-There's good holes everywhere.
-It must have swum away, Jacob.
But what's happened to Honu's net?
I hate this net.
Well, now you've got a stick,
you can write your name in the sand and stuff instead.
Great idea, Mum.
Come and do some lines.
Drawing in the sand. That's a good beach game.
Jacob, follow mine.
What have you found, Jacob?
Let's collect seaweed.
Yeah, pop it in this net, we can maybe make something with it.
-What does it feel like in your fingers?
-Sticky and gooey.
-Sticky and gooey.
-It looks like stuff.
Let's keep a lookout for shells, cos we found one so there must be more.
Oh, there we go in here.
Oh, no, my fishing rod.
Oh, dear, Jacob has dropped his net behind the rocks.
What do you think we can do to help
Jacob get the other fishing rod back?
I'm bringing it up.
I can get it.
Yes, got it!
And my shell just fell in.
-Yes, he got the fishing rod back.
-And the shell.
-That's good teamwork, guys.
-Are you guys ready for some lunch?
I'll beat you there.
Back to the beach hut for some sandwiches.
Put it on the table.
I got cheese.
Mmm. Oh, that's too much.
Can you see what's in mine?
-I haven't got hummus.
Yeah, cheese spread is right.
Look, that's a ham sandwich.
Mmm, cheese spread.
After lunch, the boys are going to collect some sand.
Who's going to help me fill this bucket up so we can take it home?
Honu will do something special with it later.
Jacob's mum has come to take him home.
-Bye. Bye-bye, Jacob.
And it's time for Honu to say goodbye to Granny and Grand-pappy.
Bye. Oh, look at this beach hut.
I want to have a look at this.
Back home, Honu and Mum are using the sand they collected at
-the beach. But what are they going to do with it?
-So, what colour shall
-we try doing the first one?
-Green, green. My favourite, green.
Put a spoonful of water from there into here.
Excellent. Just a little bit at first. You take the spoon and stir
it all around until that water has turned completely green.
-It's turned green.
-Yeah, I know, but try and mix that all up a bit.
And if you pour that into the sand, pour it all over.
Oh, wow, look at that. And stir it all around.
Ah, mixing it in the sand changes the colour. Clever stuff.
-Shall we do some red sand?
Do you want to choose the colour of the chalk, and we'll do a different
-one a different way?
Can you see it coming down through in the middle?
So let's see if we can make the sand that colour using this.
-I was super quick on it.
-Is it working? Is it changing colour?
-Shall we make some sand that colour or shall we mix these two
-Mix these two together.
That's pretty, isn't it?
-I want to do yellow.
So what colours have we got, honey?
Green, red, yellow.
Start right over that end.
What are you going to do with all the coloured sand, Honu?
Ah, he's trying to paint his name with glue.
That's not a "N".
How? That's not your name, is it?
So are you going to try putting different bits of sand over the top?
If you drop it on from up high, look.
-Just rub it between your fingers. There you go.
Oh, sprinkling the sand means you can't see the letters any more.
So, if you pick it up from the bottom.
Brilliant, look. That's excellent.
Hoorah, what a great picture using the sand from the beach.
-Is that all of it?
-That's the last bit.
Pop one in and we'll see if it melts.
After a busy day, time to relax with some home-made hot chocolate.
-It's already turning the milk a little bit brown, isn't it?
All right, let's put some more in.
-Can you find one?
-I'll find one for you. There you go, look.
-Oh, nice. Want to tip the whole lot in?
As more chocolate melts, the browner the milk becomes.
Now, you take charge of the spoon, but don't touch the metal. We need
to stir it all in until it's melted away to nothing and we've
just got lovely hot chocolate.
-Do you think this looks good?
-You looking forward to drinking
-Can you smell the chocolate?
-Does that smell
good? This will be nice, won't it, after our rainy day on the beach?
Nice to warm us up after being out in the cold.
Right, I think that is ready for us to drink.
-I'm going to drink my cup first and then your cup.
-What about my cup?
I think mum deserves a cup too, Honu.
Hot chocolate is hot, so careful when pouring.
-Does that look good?
-Can you smell that now, how chocolaty does
Catini the cat smells something yummy.
-Mmm, what's that like?
It's pretty good, huh?
It's a good treat for the end of the day.
What do you love more, Mummy or chocolate?
I wonder who we're going to meet next time on Our Family.