Mountain Something Special


Mountain

Educational series for four- to seven-year-old children with learning difficulties. Justin, Jack and Jack's teacher are walking up Mount Snowdon. Mr Tumble is walking too.


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Lift your hand 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

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# Let's go out and about

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# Out and about Out and about

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# Today. #

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-Hello.

-Hello.

-Yay! Yay!

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Hello, there. I'm Justin.

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Hey, shall we go somewhere special?

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Yes! 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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A mountain. We're going to go for a walk around a mountain.

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But what will we look for on the mountain?

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A path.

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A lake.

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The top of the mountain.

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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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WOW! Look! The mountain.

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Let's go through the magic door.

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Come on!

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Aw! I'm here at the mountain.

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I'm going to find my friends and explore.

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What's that noise? It's Mr Tumble!

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-Hello, Mr Tumble.

-Ah, hello!

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-Are you looking for Justin?

-Yes.

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-He's gone to explore the mountains.

-Yes, I know.

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Are you going for a walk in the mountains too?

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-Yes.

-Off you go then, Mr Tumble.

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-We'll see you later.

-Oo-o-o-o-o-oh.

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'This is Mount Snowdon in Wales.

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'Lots of people come here to walk up the mountain.

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'Now, where are my friends?'

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-Hey!

-Hey!

-Hi there.

-Hi.

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Now, this is Jack. Hello, Jack.

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Hello.

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-How are you doing? Are you OK?

-Yeah.

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Oh, great.

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And this is Jack's teacher, Wendy. Hello, Wendy.

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-Hello, Justin.

-Good to see you both.

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Now, Jack, what do I need?

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-What do you think I need to go up the mountain?

-Bag.

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Yeah, look, it's a rucksack. Just what I need to go up the mountain.

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-Right, pop that on.

-Pop that on.

-Yeah.

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OK. are we all ready? Come on then. Let's go.

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Come on.

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Wow, there's lots to see on the mountain.

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Let's look down there, shall we, Jack.

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Yeah, look over here, look.

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Baa-a-a-a!

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-What does a sheep do?

-Aa-a-a.

-Ba-a-a-a-a.

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-Ma-a-a-a-a.

-Aa-a-a-a.

-Ma-a-a-a.

-Ma-a-a-a.

-Ma-a-a-a.

-Ma-a-a-a.

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There are some sheep nibbling at the grass. Look.

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THEY CHAT

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Jump... Jump. Wooho!

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Hah! Wow! Look at the view up here, Jack. Have a look up here.

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-Yay!

-Yay!

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It's amazing, isn't it? That's right, clouds.

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It's like we're walking in the clouds...

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-I love walking.

-..isn't it? Yeah.

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I wonder which way we'll go. Do you know?

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-Yeah.

-You do?! Oh, well, this might help us.

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Have a look at this.

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THEY LAUGH

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-A path.

-That's right. We need to find a path, don't we?

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Hey, let's all look for a path. Let's look over... Which way, Jack?

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-Over there do you think?

-Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

-Over there!

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

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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Ah, look, Jack's found the path. Can YOU see the path?

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Yes, there's the path.

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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Oh, look, PATH.

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You sign PATH.

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PATH.

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-That's right, Julie!

-PATH.

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-PATH.

-Well done, Daniel.

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Look, PATH.

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Hey! Wait for me! Agh! Thank you.

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Oh, let's have a look up here, shall we?

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'We like walking on the path. And Jack likes hopping on the path too.'

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Come on, Jack. Let's look over here, look.

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Wow, look at the moss.

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-Moss.

-Can you feel it? Go on, feel it.

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-How does it feel.

-Oo-o-o-oh!

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-Oo-o-o-h!

-Oo-o-o-oh, is that soft.

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-Oh, I tell you what, the water...

-The water.

-..yeah.

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-Is dripping off the moss.

-Is dripping off the moss.

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That's right! Have another feel.

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Oo-o-o-oh!

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There's lots of water on a mountain.

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Ha-ha-ha. But remember that we have to look

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for something special.

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-Something special.

-That's right. And I've got it just here.

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Have a look at this.

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Mountain lake.

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That's right, so Jack, let's look for the mountain lake.

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-Ove-e-e-eer there!

-There!

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

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When you see it, wave or cheer!

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Well done, Jack. You've found the lake.

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Can YOU see the lake? Yes, there's the lake.

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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Oh, look, LAKE.

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You sign LAKE.

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-LAKE.

-Well done, Daniel, LAKE.

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-LAKE.

-That's right, Julie, LAKE.

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Look, LAKE.

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-Hey!

-Ha-ha-ha-ha!

-Yay!

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-We've all found the lake.

-Found the lake.

-That's right.

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Hey, let's look at the lake, shall we?

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Look at the water sparkling in the lake.

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JACK LAUGHS

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The water is very still and peaceful in this lake today.

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There you go. One...

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Whoa!

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THEY LAUGH

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Hey, Jack, do you think that the water is cold?

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You do? Let's feel it, shall we?

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Oo-oh ho ho-ho! Ha-ha ha-ha. I think you're right.

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Yes, the water is cold.

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The mountain lake is very cold, isn't it? Brrr!

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Go on, then. Off you go. Whoa! Hey, you know what?

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I can see some more water over there. Look.

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It's a waterfall.

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Hey, let's take a closer look at the waterfall.

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The water is coming down the mountain.

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The water is falling over the rocks.

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Listen to the noise the water makes.

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HORN BLASTS

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Hey! What's that noise?

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I think I know. Look, it's Mr Tumble.

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It's time for Mr Tumble. Are you ready?

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OK, come on, let's shout for him. Ready?

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MR TUMBLE!

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-Hello, Mr Tumble.

-Ah, hello.

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Are you going for a walk in the mountains?

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Yes, I'm going for a walk in the mountains.

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Look. I've got my...rucksack and my...

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Ah...toy duck.

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Your toy duck, Mr Tumble?

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Yes, my toy duck.

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It wants to go swimming in the mountains.

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I don't think a duck can go swimming in the mountains, Mr Tumble.

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Oh, yes it can!

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Ma-a-a-a-a!

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Oh! Look!

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What's that, Mr Tumble?

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A puddle! He-e-e.

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My toy duck can swim in the puddle.

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He-he!

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Oh, dear, Mr Tumble. Your duck can't swim in the puddle.

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Ah, no. My toy duck can't swim in the puddle.

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Never mind, Mr Tumble, carry on up the mountain.

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D'oh!

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-Huh! Look!

-What have you seen, Mr Tumble?

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-A stream!

-Maybe your duck can swim in the stream?

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Good idea!

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-OK, put your duck in the stream, Mr Tumble.

-Ho-ho-ho.

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Ah-ah. He-he.

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Oh, dear, your duck can't swim in the stream.

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NO! My duck can't swim in the stream.

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Never mind, Mr Tumble. Carry on up the mountain.

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-Oh, Mr Tumble?

-Yes?

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Before you go, can you teach us the sign for stream?

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Ah, yes.

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MR TUMBLE COUGHS

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Oh! Look, STREAM.

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You sign STREAM.

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Thank you, Mr Tumble. Now, carry on up the mountain.

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Ah!

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Whoop!

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Ma-a-a-aa!

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D'o-o-o-oh!

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-A-ha!

-What is it, Mr Tumble?

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It's a lake. Oh-ho-ho-ho!

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-Look!

-Maybe your duck could swim in the lake, Mr Tumble?

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Ah, good idea! Come on!

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OK, Mr Tumble, put your duck in the lake and see if it can swim.

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Ha-ha!

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Look, Mr Tumble, your duck is swimming in the lake.

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Yes, my duck is swimming in the lake.

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D'o-o-o-oh! He-he-he!

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Mr Tumble, your duck is a good swimmer.

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Mr Tumble? What are you doing, Mr Tumble?

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I'm going for a paddle with my duck. Woohoo!

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-Ho-ho, he-he.

-Oh, Mr Tumble?

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Mr Tumble?

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Mr Tumble?!

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CHATTERING OF TEETH

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I tried to tell you, Mr Tumble. The lake is very cold.

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Yes, the lake is very CO-O-O-LD!

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Come and get warm and dry and we'll see you later.

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Arg! B-b-b-b-b-bye! Oo-o-o-oh!

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-Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

-Mr Tumble is funny.

-Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

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-Mr Tumble makes Jack...

-Ha-ha-ha!

-..laugh.

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Right, Jack, what shall we look for now?

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What do you think? Let's have a look.

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Hey, look, it's Mount Snowdon.

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So then, Jack, we have to look for the top of the mountain.

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-Yeah.

-Yeah. That's right. And you can help too, can't they?

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-Yeah.

-Yep. Let's look ove-e-e-er there.

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JACK LAUGHS

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

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When you see it, wave or cheer!

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Jack's found the mountain.

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Can YOU see the mountain? Yes, there's the mountain!

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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Oh, look, MOUNTAIN.

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You sign MOUNTAIN.

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-MOUNTAIN.

-Well done, Julie. MOUNTAIN.

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-MOUNTAIN.

-That's right, Daniel. MOUNTAIN.

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Look, MOUNTAIN.

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It's a long way to the top of the mountain.

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So Jack and I are going to stay by the beautiful mountain lake.

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He-hey! What's this? It's a duck.

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But do you know whose duck this is? Hmm.

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What? Mr Tumble's duck? Are you sure?

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Ah, it's time to say goodbye. Well, goodbye, Jack.

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Goodbye, Justin.

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Lift your hand and hold it high. Give it a wave and say goodbye.

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Goodbye.

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# La la la la. #

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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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Bye bye!

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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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, Jack and Jack's teacher are walking up Mount Snowdon. On their travels they must find three things: a path, a lake, and the top of the mountain. Mr Tumble is on a walk in the mountains as well, and he has brought his toy duck with him. He wants to take it swimming.


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