Ceilidh Something Special


Ceilidh

Educational series using Makaton sign language. Justin is in Glasgow preparing for a ceilidh with his friends Daniel, Anna and Freya.


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'Hello, Mr Tumble.'

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Ah-hah! It's my friends. Take your hand, give it a go.

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Move it around and say hello.

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# Hello, hello!

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# How are you?

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# Hello, hello

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# 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

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# 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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HE GIGGLES

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HE CHUCKLES

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'What are you doing, Mr Tumble?'

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Ah, hello!

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Ooh, I'm playing, look, with my Tumble Tap.

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-'Tumble Tap is fantastic.'

-Yes, it's great.

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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.'

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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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-'Don't forget the magic.'

-Magic?

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'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. Well...

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You are my friends, so will you help me?

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Take your finger and touch your nose.

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Take your finger and touch your nose.

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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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Hey, hello!

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Oh, and look, it's Mr Tumble's spotty bag.

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Thank you.

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Come on, let's go and meet my friends. Hello, everyone.

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Now, this is Freya. Hello, Freya.

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-Hi.

-Hi. And this is Anna.

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Hello, Anna.

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-And over here, we've got Daniel. Hello, Daniel.

-Hi.

-Good to see you.

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I hear the school is getting ready to have a ceilidh, aren't you?

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A ceilidh.

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A ceilidh is a traditional Scottish party.

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With singing and dancing and music!

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And I've been invited. Thank you, guys.

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-So, what do we need first?

-The spotty bag.

-Good idea, Daniel.

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Let's have a look inside Mr Tumble's...

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-Spotty bag.

-Oh, look, it's the Tumble Tap!

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OK, Daniel, would you like to tap the red spot? That's it.

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What's that?

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-Biscuits.

-That's right.

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We've got some shortbread biscuits.

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Where are the shortbread biscuits?

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They're somewhere here.

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When you see them, wave or cheer.

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Yay!

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Well done, you've found the shortbread biscuits.

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Can you see the shortbread biscuits?

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Yes, there are the shortbread biscuits.

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-BELLS CHIME

-It's time to sign.

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-Ah, look.

-Shortbread biscuit.

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-You sign.

-Shortbread biscuit.

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-Shortbread biscuit.

-Great, Georgia!

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Brilliant, Radiya.

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Right then, girls, do you know what?

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I think we should make

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-some delicious Scottish

-shortbread biscuits.

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Now, first of all, we need to pour the sugar into this big bowl.

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Oh, well done, Anna!

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Good pouring, excellent.

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Right then, thank you.

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Freya, could you put the butter into the bowl too?

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That's it.

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Then we do the big...

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Then we just sieve it.

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Looks like it's snowing, doesn't it?

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There we go.

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Now we're going to use our hands to mix the ingredients together.

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Come on then, girls, have a go.

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That's it. This is great fun.

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It's going to be delicious. What does it feel like, Anna?

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It feels nice.

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-Does it feel all squidgy?

-Yes.

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I think our shortbread is ready to be rolled with a rolling pin, yeah?

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See if you can roll that out. Well done!

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Good rolling, Freya.

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Shall we give Anna a go?

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That's it, roll it backwards and forwards. Very good.

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Now, shall I do a bit of rolling to finish it off?

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OK, here we go.

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# Roll, roll, roll. #

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Roll the shortbread out, there we go.

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That's enough.

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I think you're right, Anna. That's enough rolling.

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-Now we're going to cut the

-shortbread biscuits

-out

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and pop them in the oven to cook.

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Cut them out nice and slowly. That's it, lovely.

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Would you like to do one? Lovely.

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We can pull them out very gently and pop them on the baking tray.

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Excellent.

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I wonder what Daniel is up to in the school hall.

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Hey! Ha-ha! Hello, Daniel, can I come and join you?

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-Yes.

-What are you making, Daniel?

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A sash.

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I see. Now, Daniel's making a sash for the ceilidh, aren't you?

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Thank you.

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And Daniel's friends have got them too.

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I'll just put that on there, I'll tie it up a bit later.

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-I've got one for Freya.

-Ah, you've got one for Freya too. Brilliant.

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So what do you think we need to do next? What do you think?

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I think Daniel knows.

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-I think we should look inside Mr Tumble's spotty...

-Bag.

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Yeah. OK. Here's the Tumble Tap.

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OK, would you like to tap the spot? There you go.

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Right, wonder what it is. What's this?

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-Band.

-That's right, we've got a ceilidh band. How exciting!

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Where's the ceilidh band?

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They're somewhere here, when you see them wave or cheer.

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-Yay!

-Well done, Daniel, you've found the ceilidh band.

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Can you see the ceilidh band?

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Yes, there's the ceilidh band.

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-BELLS CHIME

-It's time to sign.

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-Oh, look.

-Ceilidh band.

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-You sign.

-Ceilidh band.

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-Ceilidh band.

-Brilliant, Emmanuel.

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-Band.

-Great, Radiya.

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Yay!

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Wow. How about that, Daniel? Was that good fun?

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-Yes.

-What a band.

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Do you think, guys,

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that we could have a go at being in the band with you?

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-I think that would be absolutely fine.

-Yeah!

-Yeah.

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OK, go over there to see Scott. That's it. There you go.

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-And we have for you, a very special pair of drumsticks.

-Whoa!

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-And what about me, David, can I play something?

-You can indeed.

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-We've brought along a banjo for you.

-Oh, I see. Thank you. Wow.

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OK, Daniel, are you ready?

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One, two, three, four.

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'This is a great rehearsal for the ceilidh.'

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'Brilliant drumming, Daniel!'

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Yay! Well done, Daniel.

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You were fantastic.

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Wow. Did you enjoy that?

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Brilliant stuff. Let's ask the boys how you did.

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-What do you think of our newest band member?

-We thought he was fantastic.

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Whoa, did you hear that? High-five. Yay!

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And what about me, was I good?

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-We thought you could do with a little more practice.

-Oh. Erm...

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-Never mind.

-TRUMPET PLAYS

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Hang on a minute, what was that noise?

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Tumble Tale.

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It's time for a Tumble Tale.

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Right, shall we all call for him. Ready?

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After three, as loud as we can.

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One, two, three...

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# Mr Tumble! #

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'Hello, Mr Tumble.'

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Oh... Ha-ha! Hello.

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'What are you doing?'

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Well, I'm getting this room ready for my hero.

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'Your hero?'

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Yes, my hero makes me laugh.

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HE CHUCKLES

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'Is your hero a pop star?'

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Ooh! No. It's not Cliff Tumble.

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What's going to happen when your hero arrives?

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Well, now, Lord Tumble is going to play the piano

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and Aunt Polly is going to sing.

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# La-la-la-la. #

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-SHE SCREECHES:

-# La-la-la-la! #

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Oh, Aunt Polly, are you ready to rehearse?

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Oh, yes, of course, Mr Tumbial.

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Great. Come on.

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I'm coming!

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Now, when my hero arrives here,

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he's going to sit in this special chair.

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Whoo-hoo!

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Oh, that sounds nice, Mr Tumbial.

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'Then what will happen, Mr Tumble?'

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Well, Lord Tumble is going to play the piano

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and Aunt Polly is going to sing.

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-THEY PLAY AND SING OUT OF TUNE

-# Polly put the kettle on

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# Polly put the kettle on

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# Polly put the kettle o-o-o-on

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# We'll all have tea. #

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'This isn't going very well, is it, Mr Tumble?'

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Well, it's OK, it's just a rehearsal.

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'Oh, yes, I'm sure it will be great when your hero's here.

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'When's your hero coming, Mr Tumble?'

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Ha-ha! I'm going to switch the light off for our big surprise.

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Whoo-hoo!

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'What's this all about?'

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It's dark in here. Do you need 50p for the meter? Oh!

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-Ha-ha!

-Hooray!

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Oh!

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-THEY PLAY AND SING IN TUNE

-# Polly put the kettle on

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# Polly put the kettle on

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# Polly put the kettle o-o-o-on

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# We'll all have tea. #

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What's all this about, the boy?

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Ha-ha-ha! I wanted to say thank you to you, Grandad Tumble.

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Thank you? I mean, why?

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Well, you are my hero.

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Me? Thank you.

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I don't know what to say. I'll go and sit down, I think.

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Oh, my back.

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'Well done, Mr Tumble.'

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-Ha-ha!

-Bye-bye.

-Bye-bye!

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Bye-bye!

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THEY LAUGH

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Mr Tumble is...

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Funny!

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Mr Tumble makes everyone here laugh.

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Well, I think we're nearly ready for the ceilidh, aren't we, guys?

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Yeah!

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-Look, we've got some fantastic

-shortbread biscuits

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that look very yummy.

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Are you eating them already?

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I don't believe it!

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And, of course, Daniel has made some fantastic sashes.

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I think we've got one more thing to do.

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Let's have a look inside Mr Tumble's spotty bag

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and see what it is.

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I know what's on next.

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Right, you're going to tap the spot. Now, what's that?

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-A dance.

-It's a dance floor!

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Where's the dance floor? It's somewhere here.

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When you see it, wave or cheer.

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ALL: Yay!

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Well done, you've found the dance floor.

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Can you see the dance floor?

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Yes, there's the dance floor.

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-BELLS CHIME

-It's time to sign.

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-Oh, look.

-Dance floor!

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-You sign.

-Dance floor.

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Dance floor.

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Great signing, Georgia.

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Dance floor.

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Brilliant, Emmanuel.

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One, two, three, four.

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-MUSIC STARTS

-Whoo!

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'The school ceilidh has started. Everyone's having so much fun.'

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-'The dancers are making patterns on the

-dance floor.'

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'The dancers are going round in a circle.

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'Our friends are really enjoying

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-'Freya and Anna's

-shortbread biscuits.

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'They're delicious.

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'It's our turn to dance now.

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'Well done, Anna and Freya.

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'Daniel's a brilliant drummer.

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'And the dancers are fantastic.

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'All of our friends are having a brilliant time.'

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Wow! What a fantastic ceilidh. Yay!

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Now, you know what?

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It's time to send the spotty bag back to Mr Tumble.

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Are you ready, everyone?

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OK, here we go.

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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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Ah-hah! My spotty bag. Thank you.

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'Mr Tumble, you are funny! You're our friend.'

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Ah! And you are my friend.

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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

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# 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

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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 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! Ha-ha!

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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.

Justin is in Glasgow preparing for a ceilidh with his friends Daniel, Anna and Freya. They are very busy - there is shortbread to be made and music to be learned. Aunt Polly and Lord Tumble are also trying to learn their music for a special performance arranged by Mr Tumble in honour of his hero.


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