Pottery Something Special


Pottery

Educational series using Makaton sign language. Mr Tumble needs some help when he knocks Aunt Polly's pottery ornament off the dresser.


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Hello, Mr Tumble.

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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 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 here to Stoke-on-Trent to meet my friend.

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We're going to have a tea party.

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Hmm, I wonder what Mr Tumble is doing today.

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I'm playing, look, With my Tumble Tap.

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-The Tumble Tap is fantastic!

-Yes!

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Oh, it's great. What you do is tap a spot and you see a picture.

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-Justin and his friends are going to love that.

-Oh, yes, they will.

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Put it in the spotty bag then, Mr Tumble.

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Oh, OK.

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Ah.

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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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Eh... Oh, yes. The magic.

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Erm, well. You are my friends, so 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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-And here is my friend, Abi. Hello, Abi.

-Hello, Justin.

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Hi, good to see you. Now we're going to have our tea party, aren't we?

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-And this looks great.

-Strawberries, grapes, blueberries and sandwiches.

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-Would you like a sandwich?

-Yes.

-I'll pop one on this beautiful plate.

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-Have you seen these lovely plates?

-Yes.

-Aren't they lovely?

-Yes.

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Yeah, I'll just pour you some juice.

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There we go and I think I'll have some too.

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Yummy! Wow! What a fantastic tea party! High-five!

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But do you know what?

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Have you ever wondered what these lovely plates

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and these cups are made from?

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I know. Let's look inside Mr Tumble's spotty bag.

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Abi, that's a brilliant idea. OK, let's look inside, shall we?

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-Oh, hang on. What's this?

-It's the Tumble Tap.

-That's right.

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It's the Tumble Tap. Would you like to tap the spot? That's it.

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-Now what have we got here?

-Clay.

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That's right, it's clay.

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

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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Yay!

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Well done, Abi. You found the clay. Can you see the clay?

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Yes, there's the clay.

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It's time to sign.

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Ah, look.

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Clay.

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You sign.

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Clay.

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Clay.

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Well done, Simon.

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Clay.

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Ha-ha! Great, Georgia.

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-Now, Abi, do you know where clay comes from?

-From the ground?

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-That's right. The clay comes from the ground, doesn't it?

-Yes.

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Do you want to have a feel? Have a feel of that!

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-What does it feel like?

-Messy.

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It can be a bit messy, that's right. Yeah.

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-What else?

-And it's cold.

-It is cold.

-Squidgy and soft.

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Squidgy and soft, exactly.

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The clay is soft now, but it becomes very hard

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when it's made into cups and plates like these.

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I wonder what other things we can make from clay.

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Look inside Mr Tumble's spotty bag.

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Great idea!

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-OK. A-ha. What's this?

-It's the Tumble Tap.

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That's right. Go on then. Tap the spot.

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-That's it. Oh, what's that?

-A bowl.

-That's right, it's a bowl.

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

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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-Yay!

-Well done, Abbey. You found the bowl. Can you see the bowl?

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Yes, there's the bowl.

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It's time to sign.

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-Ah, look.

-Bowl.

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-You sign.

-Bowl.

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Bowl.

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Brilliant, Radya.

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Bowl.

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Great work, James.

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-Hey, look at this bowl, Abi. It's amazing, isn't it?

-Yes.

-Yeah.

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Now this is our friend John.

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-Hello, John.

-Hello.

-Hi.

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-Now, Abi, John makes

-bowls

-in a very special way.

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He makes them on a potter's wheel. Don't you, John?

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Yeah, and I've got loads to make. Would you like to come and help me?

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Hey, what do you think?

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Oh, yes, please. Come on. Let's go and get ready.

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Here's the clay.

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-Ready?

-Yes.

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Now let's make the wheel spin.

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First, we need to put some water onto our hands. There you go.

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Our wet hands will make the clay nice and soft.

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Now it's soft, we can start to make shapes with it.

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There we go. Well done.

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I made a hole in my bowl.

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-How does the clay feel, Abi?

-Very messy.

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-Yeah, but you are doing a great job.

-Thank you.

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Wow! You've made a bowl, Abi. Fantastic!

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-Wow! I tell you what, Abi, making a

-bowl

-is hard work, isn't it?

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-Yes.

-But you have done a fantastic job. High-five!

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-What do you think, John?

-That's great.

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-OK, I'm going to take this now and we'll dry it.

-Oh, fantastic.

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Good work, Abi.

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Wet bowls are put onto this shelf for a few days to dry.

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TRUMPET PLAYS

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-Hey, hang on a minute. What's that noise?

-It was Mr Tumble!

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That's right, Abi. I think it's time for a Tumble Tale.

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Shall we all call for him? Yeah?

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After three, as loud as we can, and why don't you join in too?

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Are you ready? One, two, three.

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Mr Tumble!

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A-ha.

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-Hello, Mr Tumble.

-Ah, hello.

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Does Aunt Polly know that you're playing with a ball

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-in her parlour, Mr Tumble?

-A-ha. Oh, yeah. Ahem.

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-Erm, no. Sshh.

-I don't think she'll be very happy.

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Ha-ha! It's OK.

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-Be careful.

-Ha-ha.

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CRASH

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Oh, dear. What will you do now, Mr Tumble? You've broken the ornament.

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Oh.

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I don't know.

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-Hello, Grandad Tumble.

-Who said that? Oh, hello. Hello.

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-What's that you've got there?

-Now, this is my new potter's wheel. Yes.

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For making pottery.

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-Making pottery?

-Oh, yes. Making pottery. Yes.

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The potter's wheel goes round and round, you know.

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There we are, start to shape the pot, ha-ha! As they say...

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Hang on... I might need a bit more water.

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It's going too fast...

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HE CHUCKLES

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Get some help, I can't stop the pot. The boy!

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Can you help me, boy? Wa-ay!

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Urgh!

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Er, sorry, the boy.

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Oh! That's OK.

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Um, Grandad Tumble... Will you help me?

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Oh, need my help?

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Oh, no problem. I'm here to help.

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Well, could you make a new ornament for Aunt Polly? Please?

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-Oh yes, of course I can. No worries.

-Whoo-hoo! Thank you!

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Are you SURE you can make it?

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Yes, I can.

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I'll get to it straightaway. Stand back, the boy.

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And we're off.

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Right, bit of water... You'll like this.

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There, hang on...

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I'm not that steady. Must have gone wrong...

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Getting a bit fast! Wa-ay! Hang on!

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I don't think I can hold it... any more! Boy!

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-Uh!

-Ooh!

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-Now, you DO know how to make an ornament, don't you?

-Oh, yes, yes.

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Just a bit unlucky. Let's have another go, shall we?

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Third time lucky. There we are.

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And off we go. Bit more water... Ooh, steady!

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Oh, this is a good start. There...

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Professional squelching sound.

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Right, just going to make the hole.

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Ooh! Look, the boy! You'll love this! Right...

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Bit faster, more water.

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Oh, yes. Right, there you go.

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HE CHUCKLES

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Ta-da! Ha-ha! Here we go.

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-And it's finished.

-Ooh!

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Whoo-hoo!

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Ah!

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Great(!)

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Thank you.

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Coo-ee, I'm back! Ha-ha!

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Hang on a minute... Something's not right...

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Oh! What is this ball doing here?

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-Hello, Aunt Polly.

-Oh, hello.

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Wait a minute...

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What's this? Oh!

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It's a beautiful ornament on my dresser!

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-Oh!

-I can explain, Aunt Polly.

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Mr Tumble... I'm sure you can.

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-Er, well, the thing is...

-Ah-ah-ah!

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There is no need to explain, Mr Tumble.

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I LOVE my new ornament!

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Oh, what a lovely surprise! Thank you.

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(Phew!)

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Ha-ha! Mr Tumble is funny!

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Mr Tumble makes us... Honk-honk! ..laugh!

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-Well, we're having a great day today, aren't we?

-Yes.

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I wonder, hmm, what other fun we can have.

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What do you think we should do?

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-Let's look inside Mr Tumble's spotty bag.

-Good idea, Abi.

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Let's look inside... A-ha! Here's the Tumble Tap.

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Would you like to tap the spot? Perfect.

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-What's that?

-A plate.

-That's right, it's a plate.

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

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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-Yay!

-Well done, Abi!

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You've found the plate. Can you see the plate?

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-Yes, there's the plate.

-BELLS CHIME

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It's time to sign.

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-Ah, look...

-Plate.

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-You sign.

-Plate.

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-Plate.

-Ha-ha! Great stuff, Tulah.

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-Plate!

-Good signing, Stevie.

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And here are the plates, ha-ha!

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-Now the plates are made of clay too, aren't they, Abi?

-Yes.

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-What have we got here?

-We've got some paints.

-Yes,

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-we have some paints, yes...

-And paint brushes.

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-And paint brushes, yes.

-And a sponge.

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-We could decorate our

-plates

-using the paint,

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-is that a good idea?

-Yes.

-OK, then. Let's get going. There's a brush.

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'We've got lots of colours.

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'What colour are you going to use, Abi?' Green! Good idea.

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I'm going to paint a rose.

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'Abi is painting a beautiful rose with his paintbrush.'

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-I tell you what, it's great fun, painting these

-plates,

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-isn't it, Abi?

-Yes.

-Yeah!

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I think I'll use some purple now.

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I'm painting a spotty plate.

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What shall I use next? I'll use some green.

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'Ha-ha! Sponges are fun to paint with, too.

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'Well done, Abi.

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'Your plate looks fantastic.'

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-Ta-da! We've finished decorating our plates.

-Do they need to dry out?

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Well, we do need to dry them. Abi, high-five!

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-We have had a fantastic day, haven't we?

-Yes.

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-We had a lovely tea party, didn't we?

-Yes.

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And then Abi made his very own bowl, didn't you?

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And we finished the day decorating some lovely plates.

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-BELLS TINKLE

-But you know...

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-It's time to send the spotty bag back to...

-Mr Tumble!

-Yes!

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-Are you ready for the rhyme?

-Take your finger, touch your nose...

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-Blink three times and...

-Off it goes!

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Ha-ha! My spotty bag! Thank you.

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-Mr Tumble, you are funny.

-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.

-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 to you!

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# So goodbye, goodbye

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# It's time to run

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# Goodbye, goodbye

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# I hope you had good fun!

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# I say goodbye

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# I'm happy that you came

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# I say goodbye

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# Please come back

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# Please come back

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# Please come back again! #

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Ho-ho! Goodbye!

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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. Justin travels near and far to meet new friends all over the country.

Mr Tumble needs some help from Grandad when a football he is playing with knocks Aunt Polly's pottery ornament off the dresser. Meanwhile, Justin and his friend Abhi are having a go at making pottery using clay on a potter's wheel.


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