Beach Something Special


Beach

Educational series for four- to seven-year-old children with learning difficulties. It is a sunny day and Justin is at the beach with his friends Sophie and Chloe.


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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

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# Let's go out and about Out and about

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# Out and about today. #

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-Hello!

-Hello!

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-Yay!

-Yay!

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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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and give it a blow.

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And take a look at where we'll go.

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It's a beach.

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A beach.

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But what will we look for at the beach?

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A rock pool.

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Seaweed.

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And an ice cream.

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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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Look - the beach.

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Let's go through the magic door.

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Come on!

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Oh, wow!

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I'm at the beach.

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Let's take a look around.

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What's that noise?

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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 beach.

-Yes, I know.

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-Are you gonna play on the beach as well, Mr Tumble?

-Yes.

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-Off you go, then, Mr Tumble.

-Oooh-oooh!

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Oooh-oooh!

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This beach is called Bowleaze Cove.

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It's in Dorset, in the south of England.

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WAVES GENTLY CRASH

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Can you hear the waves washing on the shore?

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I'm going to explore the beach with my friends.

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Now, where are they?

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Hmm.

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Ah, there they are.

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-Hello, everyone.

-ALL: Hello, Justin.

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Now, this is Sophie. Hello, Sophie.

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And this is Chloe. Hello, Chloe.

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Hello, Justin.

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Hello! Now, Chloe, where shall we look first? Where do you think?

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Ooh! Hang on a minute - what's this?

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Ah, look.

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-What is it?

-Rock pool.

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It's a rock pool, that's right.

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So, we're looking for a rock pool.

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Hey, Chloe, are you ready to look for a rock pool?

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You are?

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Are you ready to look too?

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Yes?

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Well, let's look over...there.

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Where's the rock pool?

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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, girls! You found the rock pool.

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Can you see the rock pool?

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Yes, there's the rock pool.

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BELL TINGS

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Ah! It's time to sign.

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Oh, look.

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Rock pool.

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-You sign

-rock pool.

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Rock pool.

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Well done, Julie. Rock pool!

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Rock pool.

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And well done, Jack. Rock pool!

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Look.

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Rock pool.

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Oh, it's kind of sticky. It sticks to your finger.

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My friends are looking in the rock pools.

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Chloe is feeling the water with her fingers.

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-Ah, look. She's found something.

-Be very gentle.

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Very gentle.

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It's called a sea anemone.

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That's it, Chloe - make sure you put it back very gently.

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Ah!

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Well done, Chloe and Sophie.

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You found lots of things.

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Now...

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if we look very closely,

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we may spot some underwater creatures.

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Hey, Sophie, let's look under a rock. Let's see, shall we?

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It's a crab!

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Oh, look at that. Can you see it?

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Can you feel its hard shell?

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It's got a hard shell, hasn't it?

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Yeah.

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It's a big crab.

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Ah, look.

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Let's put the crab onto the sand.

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SOPHIE MUMBLES

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MUMBLES

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The crab is running away!

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JUSTIN CHUCKLES

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Let's look for something special again, shall we?

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Hey!

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-What have you found, Chloe?

-Seaweed.

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Oh, yes, so you have. Look.

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It's a picture of some seaweed.

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So, are you ready to look for some seaweed, Chloe?

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Great. And are you ready?

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Right.

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Let's look over... Where do you think?

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..there.

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

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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-CHLOE CHEERS

-I think Chloe's found the seaweed.

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Can you see the seaweed?

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-Yes, there's the seaweed.

-BELL TINGS

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Ah, it's time to sign.

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Ah, look.

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Seaweed.

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-You sign

-seaweed.

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Seaweed.

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That's right, Jack. Seaweed.

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Seaweed.

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Well done, Julie. Seaweed.

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Look.

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Seaweed.

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Chloe's found some bumpy seaweed.

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Look.

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And Sophie's found some smooth seaweed.

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It feels soft.

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How does the seaweed feel, Chloe?

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Is it slippery and slimy?

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Ah!

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Well done, Chloe!

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You've found some seaweed.

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Ah! Hey, listen to this.

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Let's see if we can make a noise with this. Ready? Here we go.

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-POP!

-Oh!

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Did you hear that?!

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Come on, let's listen again. Are you ready?

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POP!

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-SHE LAUGHS

-So funny!

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-HORN BLARES

-Hey!

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What's that noise?

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Oh, I know who that is.

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

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BOTH: Mr Tumble!

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-Hello, Mr Tumble.

-Ah!

-MR TUMBLE LAUGHS

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Hello.

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Are you having a nice time at the beach?

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Yes!

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I'm collecting things.

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-What have you collected, Mr Tumble?

-Look.

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Pebbles.

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Look.

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Shells.

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And look.

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Whoo-hoo hoo-hoo!

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Seaweed.

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Look over there, Mr Tumble.

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HE HUMS: "I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside"

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It's Grandad Tumble. He's come to the beach too.

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-Hello. Grandad Tumble.

-Oh! Heh-heh.

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Hello!

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HE CHUCKLES

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Oh, hello, Mr Tumble.

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Hello, Grandad Tumble.

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Mr Tumble, what are you going to do with the things you've collected?

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Ah, it's a surprise.

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-Oh, you're making a picture in the sand, Mr Tumble.

-Yes!

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What's the picture going to be, Mr Tumble?

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Wait!

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What do you need, Mr Tumble?

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Shells.

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GENTLE MUSIC PLAYS

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MIMICS DRUMBEAT ON SOUNDTRACK

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What do you need now, Mr Tumble?

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Seaweed!

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HE CHUCKLES

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What does the seaweed smell like, Mr Tumble?

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HE SNIFFS

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A-A-A-Atchoo!

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Bless you.

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A-A-A-Atchoo!

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Oh, dear, Mr Tumble. You need a handkerchief.

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HE BLOWS HIS NOSE

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A-ha!

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-Do you need another handkerchief, Mr Tumble?

-Yes!

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Perhaps Grandad Tumble can help, Mr Tumble.

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Ooh.

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Look.

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HE SNORES

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He's wearing a handkerchief on his head, but he's fast asleep.

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..Mavis, no!

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CONTINUES SNORING

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Make sure you don't wake him up, Mr Tumble.

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Shh.

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Remember to be quiet, Mr Tumble. Don't wake Grandad Tumble up.

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(Shh.)

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-HE CHUCKLES

-That tickles!

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What have you got now, Mr Tumble?

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Pebbles! Lots of pebbles!

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Well done, Mr Tumble.

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Have you finished yet?

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No, I need a pink towel.

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I know who's got a pink towel.

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Look.

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Ah, Grandad Tumble!

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-Well done, Mr Tumble.

-Thank you.

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-Now can we see what you made?

-Wait!

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HONK HONK!

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It's you, Mr Tumble.

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You've made a picture of your face.

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-It's great!

-Thank you.

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-What are you going to do now, Mr Tumble.

-A-ha! Wait!

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Ha ha! Go swimming!

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OK, we'll see you later, Mr Tumble.

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Ah-ah... What?

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-Grandad Tumble, please can you teach us the sign for

-towel.

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Who, me?

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Oh, yes!

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Ahem.

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-Oh, look -

-towel.

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-You sign

-towel.

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Thank you, Grandad Tumble.

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We'll leave you to go back to sleep.

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-Bye-bye.

-Bye-bye.

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Oh, where's MY towel?

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Cor! Um...

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Oh.

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Oh, dear. Cor, dear.

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What? Oooh!

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Bye-bye.

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-JUSTIN:

-Grandad Tumble makes Sophie laugh.

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We've had lots of fun exploring the beach.

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And now it's time for a rest.

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-ICE-CREAM VAN JINGLE

-Oh, listen.

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I can hear an ice-cream van.

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Look, it's over there.

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So, Sophie and Chloe, it's time to look for something special.

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A-ha! What's this?

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An ice cream.

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Yes, it's an ice cream.

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Will you help us to look for an ice cream?

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Let's look at the ice cream van over...there.

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Where's the ice cream?

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It's somewhere here.

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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Sophie's found the ice cream.

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Oh, and Chloe has too.

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Can you see the ice cream?

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Yes, there's the ice cream.

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-BELL TINGS

-Ah, it's time to sign.

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-Look -

-ice cream.

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-You sign

-ice cream.

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Ice cream.

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That's right, Julie.

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Ice cream.

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Oh, that's great, Jack. Ice cream!

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-Ah, look -

-ice cream.

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Look.

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The man is putting some ice cream into a cone. Yummy!

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-Hello, there.

-Hello.

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Four ice creams, please.

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Ah, lovely.

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-Thank you very much.

-Thank you.

-That's OK.

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Here you go, everyone - ice creams!

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There you go, Sophie. There's one for you.

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There you go.

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And one for you, Chloe.

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-And one for you, too.

-Thank you.

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How to they taste?

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Do they taste delicious, Chloe?

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Mm, delicious!

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BELLS TINKLE

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Oh, it's time to say goodbye.

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Goodbye, Sophie.

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Bye-bye. Say goodbye, Chloe.

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Lift your hand and hold it high.

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Give it a wave and say goodbye.

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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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B-B-B-Bye!

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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. It is a sunny day and Justin is at the beach with his friends Sophie and Chloe. They have three things to find: a rock pool, seaweed, and an ice cream. Mr Tumble is also at the beach, making a picture in the sand out of things he has collected. He borrows some from Grandad Tumble, who is there too.


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