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Whose family are we going to meet today?
Gracie and Myla's.
Gracie is six,
Myla is five!
And they're sisters.
They live with their dad,
mum, and brother, Billy,
in a town near the countryside.
I wonder what they're up to today.
Gracie, Myla-moo, you need to get your paper
and you need to cut all the way to the end.
Gracie, Myla and Dad are making something from old newspapers.
Nice and careful with the scissors!
-Why don't you try that?
Are you going to carry on cutting, Myla?
-Myla, look how many I've got!
-We've got lots! It's like a pillow.
Make sure it all goes in the big pot.
It smells like cakes.
And what are you going to do with
this sticky stuff in the bowl, girls?
Right, watch what I do now. Are you watching?
-There's our balloon.
Right, so what we do is,
we have to dip our paper in...
Ah, you're covering the balloon!
Soaking the paper in paste makes papier mache!
-You need to get it flat, Gracie.
Wow, that's a big one, Myla-moo.
Make it nice and straight.
-Daddy, can you take my hair band off, please?
If it falls in the glue, it'll get all sticky!
Right, we need some more round there, look.
It's looking brilliant, isn't it?
This is the muckiest stuff in my life.
-Yeah, but it's fun, though, isn't it?
SQUELCH Ha-ha! Silly, squelchy noises!
The balloons making a funny noise, isn't it?
Daddy, are you listening to this bit? Go on.
The balloon is almost covered in papier mache.
Little piece here...
That's it, Grace, well done.
-Is it done, then?
-With the messy work done, it's time to...
-Wash our hands!
The balloon is left to dry.
The girls will decorate it later.
Gracie and Mum are playing bat-and-ball outside.
Myla has spotted a furry friend.
Cat can't catch me...!
You've got to try and get it on the ball bit, Gracie.
I'm playing catch with the cat!
Come on, Mr Cat, get out of the skipping rope.
Let me have a skip.
Cats love playing with string and rope!
Come on! Wiggle, wiggle!
But they're not very good at skipping.
He's just having a rest. Argh!
-pull your skipping rope, and say bye-bye to the cat.
-That's enough playing for puss!
-Bye-bye, Mr Cat.
-I wonder where he's off to.
Be very gentle. Don't squeeze, just check the paper.
The paper-covered balloon is finally dry.
Right, now, this is the nervous bit. Try and pop it.
Yes! Yay! Whoohoo, look at that!
-Now it's a hard shell.
-Let me see.
Wow. What do we have to do now?
-BOTH: Decorate it!
So, you take that one up there, Gracie.
-Myla, do you want to cut the squares out the orange one?
There we go, Myla-moo.
Chop, chop, let's chop to it.
-You doing OK?
I've done four.
Remember, careful with the scissors, girls!
Gracie, that looks really good.
Gracie is cutting holes in the paper to make patterns.
Right, watch your fingers, and then open it up
and have a look at what it looks like.
Wow, look at all the different patterns!
How good's that?
There we go.
I've made loads, daddy.
I've made that one, and that!
That's it, do some ripping.
That was my best one.
Red, blue, orange, and yellow.
Perfect, see all the different colours?
All these coloured paper shapes are being glued on to the ball.
And later the girls will fill it with goodies. It's called a pinata.
What a nice, smiley face!
How about a name?
-Myla, what do you think we should call him?
Something to do with pinata.
Oh, I know. Rueben.
-OK, mine is called Pina.
Hello, Pina! Oh, hello, Rueben.
Rueben, Pina. Nice to meet you, Rueben!
Put your arms up high!
Gracie and Myla are dressing up to go on a special trip.
Let's make it, in here, the international space station.
Couldn't we, Mummy?
We need a rocket first, don't we? We need to get there.
They're going all the way to the Moon!
I know something. We could make a Moon.
-Do you want to be an astronaut now?
-Yeah, I am.
-No, in real life!
-We could be the first sisters in space.
Gracie, I've finished the Moon.
It's a bit small.
Well, the Moon does look small from Earth.
I know, that's why I'm trying to look for more tinfoil.
Mum brings in the rocket ship. ALL: Ooooh.
Me first! I'm the first astronaut in the world.
-In you get. You're driving.
Myla, you're on lookout, watch out for all those stars, yeah?
There's your gear stick, for changing gears.
Myla, you watch out for all the galaxies and the stars, yeah?
-Stand by for launch!
Where are you going to in your space ship?
We're well away from Earth, now.
What can you see, Myla?
A planet? What planet can you see?
We're nearly at the Moon.
Going to land in a minute.
Mission control, Myla and Gracie have landed on the Moon!
Look at all the Moon rocks!
Myla, get out the rocket one minute.
Gracie is collecting space objects to take back home!
It's full of stars.
It's time to return to Earth.
Get in the rocket, we're going home!
Some strange things happen on the Moon.
Myla has turned into a...
-Say bye-bye to the Moon.
-No, it's here.
TOGETHER: Bye-bye Moon!
What an exciting space adventure!
Come on, Moon,
I am never going to let go of you.
-Push them in, Gracie.
-Time to fill up the pinata.
Gracie and Myla are using lots of bits of coloured paper,
and just a few sweets.
That's it. Make sure they're all in.
-Is it all hiding in all the paper?
Right, put the rest of the paper in, then.
Now they're all hidden.
Right, what do you think we need to do now?
Cover it up.
Push it down gentle on Rueben.
-What do we reckon?
All finished, now the fun part!
Right, shall we put the light bulb on you then, babe?
And I'll tell you left, or right,
-Myla, can you see anything?
The idea is to break the pinata open and find the sweets!
To make it harder, the girls wear a blindfold.
-Tell Myla where she needs to go to hit Mr Pina.
Oh, little bit higher!
It's much harder when you can't see.
-You need to give it a right good wallop, OK?
Forward, forward, stop.
Little bit more forward, and... whack!
Oh, a little bit to the right!
-The girls just can't break it,
so, they try without a blindfold.
Give it a good whack, Myla.
Yay! Wowee, Myla!
And again, harder!
Right, go and give it a whack, Gracie, on the floor.
-Oh, oh, oh, oh...
Wow, oh he's nearly done!
Come on, Billy, they need your help!
Right, watch. You ready...?
Ooh, is it nearly broken?
The piata is finally open!
Time to share out the sweets.
Pick them all up, quick! We've got to find all of them,
because there's going to be lots of them, isn't there?
-Get the rest of these sweets, look.
These are all mine in that pile.
Mr Pina can go on your head, Gracie, like a helmet.
It's Mrs Pina.
I wonder who we're going to meet next time on Our Family.