Preschool observational documentary series. Maia's friend Willow visits her. They make sandwiches that look like funny faces, then practise drawing.
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Whose family are we going to meet today?
Maia is four years old.
She lives with her mum, dad and little sister Nyla...
in a city.
I wonder what they're up to today?
Maia and Mum are playing with the doll's house.
That can be their pet.
They have a big bed.
They all share it together.
It's one of the dolls' birthdays.
We can pretend it was her birthday.
Who's knocking at the door?
-I've come to the party.
OK. How many family have you got?
There's four of us.
How about some party food for the guests?
This could be a cake or that could be a cake.
Oh, yeah. There we go.
Now, don't eat the cake.
She's only allowed to eat the cake.
Now it's all gone.
A surprise guest has arrived.
He's forgotten to bring a present.
Maybe the Christmas tree could be the present.
I've brought a present, can I bring it in?
Yeah, but wrap it up.
There. Let me show you where you have to put it.
Go up here.
It's not easy getting the Christmas tree up the stairs.
Now go up this way.
There we go, just leave it there.
What is it? Open it.
It's a Christmas tree with sweets on it.
Who's this come to join the party fun?
Betty can't fit in the house, can she?
Yes, she can.
Betty can fit.
Just about, Maia.
She's gone to sleep.
Party's over and Betty squeezes in a nap.
It has been a busy day at the doll's house.
Maia has a visitor.
It's her friend, Willow.
They're going to spend the day together.
The girls have come upstairs to play.
Going on holiday.
They're pretending to go on holiday.
So we need to pack the hats and Betty.
And Betty Bear!
Betty can't fit.
Betty Bear was too big for the doll's house and now the bag.
You need a cuddly toy to cuddle, Willow.
What one would you like to cuddle at night?
Bags packed, cuddly friends ready, I wonder where they're going?
Ah, the bedroom next door.
A very popular holiday destination.
This is where we're going to sleep.
After travelling such a long way, they must be tired.
I think my legs might be a bit too long!
My feet touch the end of the bed!
Let me see.
The duvet doesn't fit over me!
That was a short night!
How about a holiday game?
Let's go and play hide and seek with our teddies.
OK. Me and my teddy will count...
And I'll hide Betty.
Oh, dear, Betty Bear is too big for the toy box now.
..eight, nine, ten.
Ready or not, here we come.
She's behind you.
Hotter. Hotter. Hotter.
Well done, Willow!
Shall we brush our teddies' hair?
Brush their noses?
Noses don't need brushing, Maia!
If it took any longer, it would be lunchtime.
Yeah, I'm really hungry now.
My tummy's starting to grumble.
What's for lunch, Maia and Willow?
We're going to make some face sandwiches.
They're going to make them using healthy salad and...
Maia fills her sandwich with cheese and chicken.
Then it's cucumber for eyes and tomato for the mouth.
Carrot for hair?
Maia's face sandwich is marvellous...
Ah, the hair fell off!
Your turn to make a funny food face, Willow.
I'm going to do giant eyes.
Hair over the eyes.
Do you want to make another one?
The girls decide to make sandwiches for each other.
A grumpy face.
A sad face.
It must be a SAD-wich, ha-ha-ha!
So this one is for you.
Now a face and some hair.
All those raisins will make it a fruity face.
Oh, I love raisins, they're my favourite.
I can put the hair on.
I think there's a little bit too much hair.
I look yummy.
I look yummy too.
Mine's happy, happy...
Now we need to swap over our plates.
-This is yummy.
Sandwiches with funny faces, girls with happy faces.
Maia and Willow have come out into the garden.
They're going to play in the Wendy house.
So what do you want to do, Maia?
Draw on the chalkboard?
Where's the chalk hiding?
Maia, there's loads!
Willow's drawing first.
This is how I draw a star kiss.
-I'll try and do that.
So you do a circle through the lines.
I can do one like this.
Need to get pink
and then colour them in, like this.
Now I need blue.
I think I may know what Maia is drawing.
-In the middle, Willow, it looks like a flower, doesn't it?
I love it!
Maia's picture is finished.
And because it's chalk, she can brush it away and start again.
How about another picture?
Come on, let's make ours the same.
Make it higher.
-Make it go higher.
I know, let's cover the whole board with fireworks.
Let's do a fireworks display with loads of fireworks!
Now I do the bottom.
Now I do the top!
This is funny!
Yeah! It's great, this.
What a colourful and chalky firework display picture.
Time for the friends to say goodbye.
Bye, Maia, bye, Betty.
A farewell from Betty Bear too.
What a lot of adventures they've all had today.
I wonder who we're going to meet next time on Our Family?
Today Maia's friend Willow visits for a day of play. The girls pretend to go on holiday and pack their bag with all the essentials, including cuddly toy Betty Bear. They then have a very special lunch where they make sandwiches that look like funny faces, complete with carrot hair! Out in the garden wendy house, Maia and Willow play with the chalkboard. They practise drawing stars and flowers, and finish with a massive firework display using lots of colours!