Out and About - Farm Something Special


Out and About - Farm

Educational series for four- to seven-year-old children with learning difficulties. Justin meets his friends Samantha and Ernie on a farm just outside Belfast.


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Lift your hand, just like so. Move it around and say hello!

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# Hello, hello, how are you?

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# Hello, hello it's good to see you

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# I say hello

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# Let's go out to play

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# I say hello Let's go out and about

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# Out and about

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# Out and about today. #

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-Hello.

-Hello.

-Yeah!

-Yeah!

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Hello, I'm Justin.

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Shall we go somewhere special?

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Yes?

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Take some magic.

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Give it a blow.

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And take a look at where we'll go.

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It's a farm.

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A farm.

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But what will we look for on the farm?

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A farmer,

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a hen,

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and a tractor.

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We know the things we're looking for

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so it's time to go through the magic door.

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Let's go through the magic door.

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Come on!

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Oh, wow! I'm at the farm.

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Hey, let's go and explore.

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What's that noise? It's Mr Tumble. Hello, Mr Tumble.

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Oh, hello!

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-Are you looking for Justin?

-Yes.

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-He's gone to look round the farm.

-Yes, I know.

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Are you going to look around the farm?

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No, I'm going to work on the farm.

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-Well, off you go then, Mr Tumble.

-Ooh.

-And we'll see you later.

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This farm is in the countryside.

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It's in a place called Dundonald near Belfast in Northern Ireland.

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On this farm there are lots of animals

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and lots of jobs to do as well.

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Wow! Look at all those cows in the field.

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It's time for milking.

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COCKEREL CROWS

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What other animals can you see?

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Look, a bull

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and lots of hens.

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But where are my friends?

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Ah-ha!

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Look!

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These are my friends

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and they're going to help me to look around.

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Now, this is Ernie. Hello, Ernie.

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-Hello.

-Hello. Good to see you.

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Oh, and this is Samantha. Hello, Samantha.

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-Hi.

-Hi, there.

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Hey, there's lots to see and lots to do on the farm.

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So, are you ready to explore?

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-Yeah. Yeah.

-Oh, great.

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And are you ready to explore too? Oh, yes.

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Come on then. Let's go.

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-Can you take more?

-Yes.

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Ernie and Samantha are feeding the lambs.

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-That's it.

-THEY LAUGH

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-Here, lamb.

-Good boy, you're doing very well.

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Here, lamb.

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They're greedy pigs. They're greedy sheep, not greedy pigs.

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-And this is the farmer's dog.

-This is Daisy.

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And these are her new puppies.

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Is the puppy really soft? Is she?

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Does she feel soft?

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Let's put them down so they can have a run around. There you go.

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Samantha, do you like the puppies?

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-Yeah, I love them.

-Do you? Oh, you love them.

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-Aren't they beautiful?

-I like that one.

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-This one here?

-Yeah.

-Oh, yeah.

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Can you see that Daisy, the mummy, is licking the puppy?

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-That one puppy.

-Yeah.

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Remember, we have to look for something special. That's right.

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-Yeah.

-What have you got there, Ernie?

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Who's this?

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-Farmer!

-That's right. Look, it's a farmer.

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So, we have to look for a farmer.

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Hmm. Are you going to help us? Ah, great.

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-Let's look over...

-There!

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Yeah, there.

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Where's the farmer?

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He's somewhere here.

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When you see him, wave or cheer.

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-Yeah!

-Well done, Samantha. You've found the farmer.

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Can you see the farmer? Yes, there's the farmer.

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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Look.

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Farmer.

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-You sign

-farmer.

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Farmer.

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-That's right, Sam.

-Farmer.

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Farmer.

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Farmer.

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Well done, Tyra.

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Farmer.

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Look.

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Farmer.

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-Look at Tim, the

-farmer.

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He's busy putting straw in the shed for the sheep.

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Snuggle.

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-That's right. You can snuggle down on that straw.

-There you go.

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Hey, Samantha, look.

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-Ernie is helping the

-farmer.

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Good boy. Bring it right down here.

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That's it. Now, can you spread it all out? Oh, my goodness.

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Spread it. Shake it, shake it, shake it. Good shake.

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Hey! Oh, my goodness, it's all over your head.

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One, two, three, hey!

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Let's look for something special again.

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-Oh, what's this?

-A hen.

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That's right. Look, it's a hen.

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So, we have to look for a hen.

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Let's look over... There!

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There!

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There's a hen.

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Where's the hen? It's somewhere here.

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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I think Ernie has found the hen.

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Can you see the hen?

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Yes, there's the hen.

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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-Look.

-Hen.

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-You sign

-hen.

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Hen.

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-That's it, Tyra.

-Hen.

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Hen.

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-Well done, Sam.

-Hen.

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-Look.

-Hen.

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-This is where the

-hens

-live.

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Inside is where they lay their eggs.

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Hey, look. My friends have got baskets.

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We're going to collect eggs.

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Yes. We're going inside. Come on, you two.

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Let's go inside and collect some eggs.

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HENS CLUCK

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Right. Now, let's see if we can find anything.

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Ah, here are the eggs.

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Whoa! Lots of eggs. Hold up your baskets.

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That's it. Let's see now. There we are, an egg for...

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-Ernie.

-That's right. Ernie.

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Right. Ooh, what's this?

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-An egg for...

-Me.

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Yes, an egg for Samantha! Hooray.

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Oh, and, look.

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It's an egg for me.

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Hey, we've all got eggs.

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Oh, hang on. What's that noise?

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-Mr Tumble.

-That's right, Samantha, it's Mr Tumble.

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It's time for Mr Tumble. Let's all call for him. Ready?

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-Mr Tumble!

-Mr Tumble!

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-Hello, Mr Tumble.

-Oh, hello.

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-Are you busy, Mr Tumble?

-Yes, I'm busy.

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-I'm a

-farmer.

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I've got to feed the pig.

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Feed the pig, Mr Tumble?

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Yes, feed the pig.

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Off you go then, Mr Tumble.

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Oooh.

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Whoa!

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Oh, look, it's the pig.

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But what's the pig's name?

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This is Tumbelina, Mr Tumble.

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Hello, Tumbelina.

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Oooh.

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Is that the pig food for Tumbelina, Mr Tumble?

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Yes, this is the pig food.

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She looks very hungry, Mr Tumble.

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Yes.

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Ah.

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Is that your lunch, Mr Tumble?

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Yes, it's my lunch.

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Are you going to eat your lunch, Mr Tumble?

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-Yes.

-Stop, Mr Tumble.

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-Stop? Why?

-Have you washed your hands, Mr Tumble?

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-Oh. No.

-Well, off you go then, Mr Tumble and give them a good wash.

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Ooh.

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# Mr Tumble had a farm, Ee-eye, ee-eye, oh

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# And on that farm he had a sandwich Ee-eye, ee-eye, oh... #

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Mr Tumble, quick! Mr Tumble! Come back quickly, Mr Tumble.

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Mr Tumble, quick!

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Look, Tumbelina is eating your lunch.

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Tumbelina is eating my lunch!

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Ah, never mind, Mr Tumble. You can have something to eat later.

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-OK.

-And Mr Tumble, do you want a really good job to do?

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-Yes, please.

-You can mend the scarecrow in the field.

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Mend the scarecrow?

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Yes, mend the scarecrow. It's broken. Off you go, Mr Tumble.

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Oh-oh-oh. Whoo-hoo!

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Oh, thank you.

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There it is, Mr Tumble.

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The scarecrow needs to stand up to scare the birds away.

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Yes. Don't worry. I'll fix it.

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Ah. Da-da!

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Oh. Ah-ha!

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Can you fix it, Mr Tumble?

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No, it's broken.

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What can we do, Mr Tumble?

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Ah-ha!

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Have you had an idea, Mr Tumble?

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Yes. A good idea.

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Wait...

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Oh, Mr Tumble, you're a scarecrow.

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Yes, I'm a scarecrow.

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And you can scare the birds away. What a good idea.

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Ah, thank you.

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-Oh, Mr Tumble?

-Yes.

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Before we go, can you teach us a sign, please?

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-Yes.

-Can you teach us the sign for scarecrow?

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Yes.

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Mr Tumble, can you teach us the sign for scarecrow?

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I'm doing it!

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Oh, I see, that's the sign for scarecrow.

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-Yes. Look.

-Scarecrow.

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-You sign

-scarecrow.

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Thank you, Mr Tumble. Oh, Mr Tumble, are you still hungry?

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Yes.

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Here you go!

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Oh, an apple! Thank you.

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That's OK. We'll see you soon.

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-Oh.

-Bye-bye.

-Bye-bye.

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Hey, you two, I think that Mr Tumble is a...

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-dingle-dangle

-scarecrow.

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-And funny.

-That's right. He's very funny, isn't he?

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So, Samantha and Ernie, what shall we look for now?

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-What do you think?

-Here.

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Hey, thank you. Look, it's a tractor.

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So, we have to look for a tractor.

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And will you help us?

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Ah, thank you.

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-Let's look over...

-There!

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Yes!

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Where's the tractor?

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It's somewhere here.

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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Well done, Ernie and Samantha.

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You've found the tractor.

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Whoo!

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Can you see the tractor?

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Yes, there's the tractor.

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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Look.

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Tractor.

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-You sign

-tractor.

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Tractor.

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-That's right, Sam.

-Tractor.

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Tractor.

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That's right, Tyra.

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Look.

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Tractor.

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-My friends are going on a

-tractor

-ride.

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-The

-farmer

-is driving the

-tractor.

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Wait for me!

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Ooh, yeah!

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Whoa, it's bumpy!

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Whoa, we're bumping!

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Look. There's a horse.

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-My friends are pretending to drive a

-tractor.

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Beep the horn, everyone! Beep, beep, beep!

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Hey, look. There's a field. But who's that in the field?

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Do you know?

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Mr Tumble.

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-Is it a dingle-dangle

-scarecrow?

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-No.

-Who is it then?

-Mr Tumble.

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It's Mr Tumble. Come on, let's shout at Mr Tumble.

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-Mr Tumble!

-Mr Tumble!

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Give him a wave, everyone.

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You're my best friend, Ernie.

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Ah, it's that time.

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-Stop the

-tractor, farmer,

-please.

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-Well, it's time for me to get off the

-tractor

-and say goodbye.

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-Bye-bye, Ernie.

-Bye-bye.

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-Bye-bye, Samantha.

-Bye-bye!

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Bye-bye!

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Bye-bye!

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Lift your hand and hold it high.

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Give it a wave and say goodbye. Goodbye!

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Oh, Mr Tumble!

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# Goodbye, goodbye it's time to run

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# Goodbye, goodbye I hope you had good fun

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# I say goodbye I'm happy that you came

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# I say goodbye Please come back again. #

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media

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Educational series for four- to seven-year-old children with learning difficulties, offering teachers, parents and carers a range of approaches to develop language and communication skills. Justin meets his friends Samantha and Ernie on a farm just outside Belfast. On this farm there are lots of animals and lots of jobs to do. The children have to find three things: a farmer, a hen, and a tractor. Mr Tumble is also busy on the farm - he has to feed Tumbelina the pig and mend a broken scarecrow.


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