Narrowboat Something Special


Narrowboat

Educational series using Makaton sign language. Jessica and Daniel take Justin on a very special day out on a narrowboat.


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-Hello, Mr Tumble.

-A-ha! it's my friends!

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Take your hand, give it a go.

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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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# To you and all your friends

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# I say, hello

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# Let's meet them together Let's play together

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# Let's have fun, with friends!

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# We're all friends! #

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Hey! Hello, my friends. How are you today?

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I've come for a lovely day out, here in Cheshire, with my friends.

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We're going on an adventure! Why don't you come along with us?

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I wonder what Mr Tumble is doing today?

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What are you looking for, Mr Tumble?

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Ooh! My Tumble Tap.

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-Your Tumble Tap?

-Yes.

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My Tumble Tap will show Justin

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and his friends three special things to look for.

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-We'll help you look for your Tumble Tap.

-Ooh, thank you!

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Well, it's yellow.

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-There it is.

-Where?

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Oh, yes! Thank you!

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Da-da!

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-You are funny, Mr Tumble.

-Yes, I know.

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-Put it inside the spotty bag, Mr Tumble.

-Ooh! OK.

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Don't forget the magic.

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-Magic?

-Yes, the magic!

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To send the spotty bag to Justin and his friends.

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Oh, yes, the magic! Oh...

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Oh, you are my friends. Will you help me?

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Take your finger, touch your nose.

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Blink three times and off it goes.

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Take your finger and touch your nose!

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Blink three times...and off it goes.

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A-ha! it's Mr Tumble's spotty bag. Thank you!

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CHILDREN'S VOICES

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Hang on a minute. What's that noise?

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Oh, look, it's my friends! Come on.

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Hello! Hi, there.

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Now, this is Daniel. Hello, Daniel.

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Hello, there.

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And this is Jessica. Good to see you.

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And this is Kate and Maxine. Hello, there. Hi.

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Right, guys. Are we ready for our lovely day out? Yeah?

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Brilliant, I'm very excited! So, what are we going to do first?

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What do you think, guys? Hmmm...

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Well, why don't we go for a ride?

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Is that a good idea? Yeah?

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What kind of ride? What do you think?

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Shall we go on a bike ride?

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No!

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What about...a horse ride?

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No? Er...

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What about a rollercoaster ride?

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Woo-hoo!

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No, I don't think so.

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Why don't we have a look inside Mr Tumble's spotty bag,

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and find out if he's got any idea what we're doing?

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Oh, look! Wow.

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It's the Tumble Tap. Are you going to help me press the spot?

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That's it, Daniel. You can tap that one with me.

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There you go. What have we got here?

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Boat, that's right! It's a narrow boat.

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Where's the narrow boat? It's somewhere here.

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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Well done, you've found the narrow boat.

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Can you see the narrow boat? Yes, there's the narrow boat.

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It's time to sign!

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-Ah, look.

-Narrow boat.

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-You sign.

-Narrow boat.

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Narrow boat.

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Brilliant, Emmanuel.

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Narrow boat.

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Great signing, Georgia.

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Hey, Jessica, Daniel. Have a look!

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You know what this is, don't you? This is our narrow boat.

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Isn't it fantastic?

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Now, it's called a narrow boat, because it's very narrow,

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and it's very long, as well.

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And look, it's called Over the Rainbow!

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A-ha! And here comes our skipper, John. Hi, John.

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-Hello!

-Can we come aboard?

-Yes, you can. Welcome aboard.

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It's exciting, this, isn't it, Daniel?

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There. Now, you can come and sit next to me.

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Hey, Jessica! Come and sit over here. There.

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Oooh. This is lovely. Isn't it?

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Being on our narrow boat. It's very exciting.

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I wonder what Mr Tumble wants us to do next? What do you think?

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Shall we have a look inside his bag?

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Let's look inside Mr Tumble's spotty bag!

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And find out. Right...

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Oh, look, it's the Tumble Tap.

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OK, Jessica, can you tap the spot?

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Good girl!

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I see. It's a canal.

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We're going to go for a ride,

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in the narrow boat, on the canal!

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Oh, yeah!

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

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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Well done, you've found the canal.

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

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It's time to sign!

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-Ah, look.

-Canal.

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-You sign!

-Canal.

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-Canal.

-Brilliant, Rudia!

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-Canal.

-Fantastic, Ethan.

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We're off on our narrow boat, aren't we?

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Along the canal.

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Ohhh!

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A canal is a waterway. It's like a road for narrow boats.

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There are lots of other narrow boats along the canal.

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What can you see?

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That's right! Jessica can see a really big tree.

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Ooh - and there's another one!

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Yeah!

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Isn't the countryside so beautiful and peaceful?

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Did you see the ducks?

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Can you sign duck? Duck!

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Here comes the bridge!

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Hey, Jessica and Daniel.

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I think we're about to go under the bridge.

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Jessica's very excited! Aren't you?

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I know, look! Here it comes...

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Whoa!

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HELLO!

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Hey, Daniel, did you enjoy going under the bridge?

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It went very dark, didn't it?

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Ah, you know what - it's time for a Tumble Tale!

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Shall we call all for Mr Tumble together? Why don't YOU join in?

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After three. One, two, three...

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Mr Tumble!

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MR TUMBLE SINGS TO HIMSELF

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-Hello, Mr Tumble.

-Oh, hello!

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Are you going to have a bath?

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Yes! With my rubber ducky. Quack-quack-quack!

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-And are you going to have bubbles in the bath?

-Oh, yes!

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There we are.

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-Not too much, Mr Tumble.

-Oh, no.

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HE WHISTLES

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You'd better turn the taps on, Mr Tumble.

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-Oh, yes. Good idea!

-But careful - not too hot.

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-Hello, Grandad Tumble.

-Oh, hello!

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-Are you going to have a bath?

-Yes.

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-Well, Mr Tumble...

-Oh, yes. Where's the boy?

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I don't know. Wait!

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What have you seen, Grandad?

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Look! It's a leaky tap.

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I'll have to mend that later.

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-Later?

-Yes. After my bath.

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But, Grandad Tumble....

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All right. I'll mend it now. Hang on. Ooh, my back!

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I know! Safety first.

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What's the matter, Mr Tumble?

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-There's no water, from my taps.

-Ah...

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-I think I know what the problem is.

-Well, what's the problem?

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-Grandad Tumble turned a tap off outside.

-Ahhh!

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That's why there's no water in your taps.

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-Why don't you go and turn the tap on again?

-Ah, good idea!

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Wait!

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# Daisy, Daisy Doodle-ee doo doo-doo... #

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Oh, that's lovely.

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Oh, yes, yes. I like a good bubble bath.

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HE SINGS TO HIMSELF

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-Grandad Tumble?

-That's funny. There's no water.

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That's because...

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

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Right. Now, let's have a look.

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A-ha! Found it.

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Right, then, let's see what we can do here. Here we are.

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Oh, yes, that's better! Bit more of that.

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-Grandad Tumble?

-Yes?

-There are quite a lot of bubbles.

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Really? No... Hey, hang on a minute. There's loads of them!

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-Maybe you should turn the tap off.

-Tap? I can't see the taps!

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I can't see anything! Help, help!

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Ooh! Sounds like Grandad Tumble's in trouble!

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I'm here. What is...

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Well! Look at all of these bubbles!

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-Aren't you forgetting someone, Mr Tumble?

-Er...my rubber ducky?

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-No - Grandad Tumble!

-Oh, yes! Grandad Tumble!

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-GRANDAD:

-It's all right. I've fixed the tap.

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Ah! Thank you, Grandad.

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Oh - and here's your rubber duck.

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Ooh! Where?

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Hang on!

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Ha-ha! I've got it!

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Bye-bye, Mr Tumble.

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Bye-bye! Quack!

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Oh, yes! I like a good bubble bath.

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-Bye-bye, Grandad Tumble.

-Bye-bye!

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Ha-ha! Mr Tumble is funny!

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Mr Tumble makes us laugh!

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There's just one more thing that we've got to look for.

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So, let's look inside

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Mr Tumble's spotty bag again, shall we?

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Right... Wait a second!

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Where's the Tumble Tap?

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Have you got it...? What, where is it?

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In the canal? Oh!

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I don't believe it, Daniel's got it!

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I don't know. You were tricking me, weren't you?

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OK, Daniel, tap the green one.

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There we go. What have we got there?

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It's a lock.

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

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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Well done, you've found the lock. Can you see the lock?

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Yes, there's the lock.

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It's time to sign!

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-Ah, look.

-Lock.

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-You sign!

-Lock.

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-Lock.

-Good signing, James!

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-Lock.

-Well done, Georgia.

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It's a very exciting part of our ride now,

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because we're going into a lock.

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And that's why we've got our lifejackets on.

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Have you got yours on?

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Excellent, well done, Jessica. Here we go!

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Our narrow boat has reached a lock.

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Can you see the two different levels of water?

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Our boat is on the very high water.

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But the water at the other side of the lock is much lower.

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All of the water is going to go out of the lock,

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and then we will go down.

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So we can continue our ride!

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I know! Jessica is saying

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that the boat's going down and down and down!

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Oh! That's right, Jessica. The gates are opening!

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Whoa, they're really big!

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Our narrow boat can carry on down the canal now.

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Thank you, everyone! Bye-bye!

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We went through the lock!

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It has been a fantastic day out, hasn't it?

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Thank you so much, guys, for taking me on an amazing adventure!

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Have you had a good time? Yeah?

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Aaah. You know what, guys?

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It's time to send

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the spotty bag back to Mr Tumble.

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OK, I'll pop it over there, shall I, Jessica?

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Right, are you ready?

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Take your finger, and touch your nose.

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Blink three times...

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and off it goes!

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Ha-ha!

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My spotty bag! Thank you!

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Mr Tumble, you are funny.

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Yes, I know.

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-You're our friend.

-Ooh! Thank you.

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And you are MY friend.

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In fact, we're all friends!

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We're all friends.

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# We're friends, good friends

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# Such a lot of lovely friends

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# Always there to care and share It's true

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# It's fun to be a friend to you!

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# We're friends, good friends!

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# Such a lot of lovely friends

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# Always there to care and share It's true

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# It's fun to be a friend to you!

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# I know you feel the same way, too

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# It's fun to be a friend

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# To you!

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# So, 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

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# Please come back, please come back

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# Please come back again! #

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Goodbye!

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Using a sign language called Makaton, Something Special helps its audience learn how to communicate as well as develop their language in a fun and exciting way. Justin Fletcher presents songs, rhymes and visual humour, all centred around themes that are familiar to young children.

Jessica and Daniel take Justin on a very special day out. They travel down the canal in a narrowboat and have great fun as the water goes up and down beneath them in the lock. Meanwhile, the water level is a bit of a problem in Tumble Terrace because of a leaky tap!


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