Donkey Something Special


Donkey

Educational series using Makaton sign language. Lord Tumble's not feeling very well. Luckily, Mr Tumble knows exactly what he needs.


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Hello, Mr Campbell.

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Aha! 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

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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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Hello, my friends! How are you today?

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I've come here to the countryside to look after some animals

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with my friends.

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Can you guess what animals they are?

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Ooh! I wonder what Mr Tumble is doing?

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I'm playing with my tumble tap!

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-The tumble tap, Mr Tumble?

-Oh, yes!

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What you have to do is tap a spot and you see a picture! Woo-hoo!

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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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Ooh, OK! Ha-ha!

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Don't forget the magic.

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Magic?

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Yes, the magic to send the spotty bag to Justin and his friends.

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Oh, yes! The magic - of course!

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Well, um, you are my friends, aren't you, so will you help me?

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That's your finger and that's 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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Aha! It's Mr Tumble's spotty bag. Thank you.

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Wow! Ah!

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Here are my friends.

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Look, here they are. Hi, guys!

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-Now, over here we've got Dylan. Hello!

-Hello.

-Hi, lovely to see you.

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-Now this is Ishmael. Hello.

-Hello.

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Hello! And over here we have Aiman.

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Hello, Aiman. Hi!

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Hang on a minute. We're missing two of our friends.

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Aha! Look - here they are. Hi, guys.

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Hello! Now this is Ellie.

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-Hello, Ellie.

-Hi, Justin.

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Hi! And over here we have Mariah.

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Hi, Mariah! Hello, good to see you.

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Now, we've got a very special job to do.

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We're going to be looking after some special animals.

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We're going to be brushing, and we're going to feed them.

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Any ideas what they are?

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Well, let's have a look inside

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Mr Tumble's spotty bag and find out.

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Dylan's very keen. Oh, look! It's the tumble tap, everyone.

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So Dylan, would you tap the spot?

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-What is it, Dylan?

-A donkey.

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It's a donkey.

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Where's the donkey? Is it here?

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When you see it, wave or cheer. Well done, everybody.

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You've found the donkey. Can you see the donkey? Yes, there's the donkey.

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It's time to sign.

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Ah, look! Donkey.

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You sign - donkey.

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Donkeys.

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Well done, Yussef.

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Donkey.

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That was great, Simon.

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Aiman and Mariah are having a ride in donkey carts.

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Ishmael, Dylan and Ellie are having a ride on some donkeys' backs.

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-It's walking!

-There you go - that's right, he's walking!

-Faster!

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It's going very, very fast.

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Round the corner we go. And shall we stop? Whoa there!

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-Listen. We're here to do some hard work as well, aren't we?

-Why?

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-Yes, we're here to look after the donkeys.

-Yes.

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-So I think we should give the donkey something to eat. Any ideas?

-Water.

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-Some water, yes, but what about eating?

-Carrots.

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That's a great idea!

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

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-Bag.

-That's right - and see what we can find.

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Look, it's the tumble tap. Why don't you tap the blue spot? Off you go.

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-I'm going to.

-There you go. There you go. Let's see what it is.

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-Look, everyone!

-Carrots.

-That's right. Carrots.

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Where are the carrots? Are they here?

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When you see them, wave or cheer!

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Hooray! Well done, Ellie! You've found the carrots.

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Found the carrots.

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Can you see the carrots? Yes, there are the carrots!

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It's time to sign.

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Ah, look! Carrots!

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You sign - carrots.

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Carrot.

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Great stuff, Tula!

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Carrot.

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Fantastic, Ethan.

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It's time for our next job,

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which is to feed the donkeys these delicious carrots.

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OK, so after three, let's throw them over the gate.

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Are you ready, everyone? One, two, three!

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-I think that's enough carrots, don't you?

-Yes.

-Yeah!

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Come on, donkeys. It's time for your donkey dinner.

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Here come the donkeys. They look very hungry.

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The donkeys are eating lots of carrots.

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Delicious.

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Hello.

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They're crunching and using their teeth.

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I think the donkeys have finished their carrots.

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FANFARE

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Hey, what's that noise? Do you know?

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I think it's time for Mr Tumble.

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It's time for a tumble tale. So come on.

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Let's all call for him - after three.

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And why don't you join in, too? Are you ready? Here we go!

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One, two, three! Mr Tumble!

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Ah... Ah... Atchoo!

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Bless you, Lord Tumble.

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Thank you. Ah... Ah... Ah...

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-Atchoo!

-Are you feeling poorly today?

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Oh, hello, Aunt Polly!

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-Ahem, ahem!

-I mean, Nurse Polly. Are you caring for Lord Tumble?

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Yes, I am.

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-Ha, ha! Hello!

-What's behind your back, Mr Tumble?

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Ooh! Some flowers, to make Lord Tumble feel better.

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That's kind of you.

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Yes.

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Oh. ha-ha-ha!

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Lovely.

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Oh... Ah... Ah...

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Ah... Atchoo!

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Oh, dear! The flowers are making Lord Tumble sneeze.

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Never mind, Mr Tumble.

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What Lord Tumble needs is some warm soup.

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What kind of soup, Aunt Polly?

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Well, some vegetable soup to make him feel better.

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Ho, ho! Vegetable soup, eh? Leave it to me. Woo-hoo!

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Ah... Ah... Ooh!

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-Hello, Grandad Tumble.

-Oh, hello!

-What are you doing?

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Well, I'm caring for my vegetables.

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Right, time for a bit of picking, I think.

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Let's start with the old parsnips. Hey-up! There you go! Hey-up!

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Right, now some carrots! Ho-ho! Hey-up! Hey-up! Hey-up! Two more!

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Lovely! Love some carrots!

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Right. What's next? Oh, yes. Some lovely cabbages.

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Ho-ho, there you are! One, two, three...

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..and one for luck! Four. Lovely.

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Woo-hoo! Ha-ha!

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He's got all my veg!

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Ah... Ah-ah...

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Don't worry. Mr Tumble will be here soon.

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Atchoo!

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-You're back, Mr Tumble.

-Ho-ho, yes!

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And look at all these lovely vegetables,

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full of vitamins to make Lord Tumble better.

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Do you know how to make vegetable soup?

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Well, I, um... The thing is...

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Wait. Ha-ha-ha!

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-What's that, Mr Tumble?

-Ooh, it's a recipe book.

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This will show me how to make vegetable soup.

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Right, I'll just take a little... Ouch!

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Arash I be moy asibben mooee ta ibibibbib haich ooopp... Ooh!

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Put an apron on. Ah! Ahem.

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Atchoo!

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Oh, dear, Lord Tumble! Where's Mr Tumble with that soup?

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Ah, ha-ha!

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Wow, that was quick, Mr Tumble.

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# Ai, da da da dai, da-rai. #

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Da-da!

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Oh, ha-ha! Thank you, Mr T.

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Mmm! Lovely, yes, yes. Slurp! Mmm.

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-How's your vegetable soup, Lord Tumble?

-It's delicious.

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Yes, um, thank you, Mr Tumble. I'm feeling better already. Ha-ha!

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Thank you, Aunt Polly, for looking after me so well.

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You can have those flowers. Ha-ha!

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-Oh!

-Ha-ha!

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Oh, ah... Ah... Ah...

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Uh-oh! The flowers are making Aunty Polly sneeze.

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Atchoo!

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Would you like some soup, Aunt Polly?

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Mr Tumble is funny!

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Mr Tumble makes Aiman laugh!

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Hey, we're doing really well looking after the donkeys.

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Don't you think? But Aiman, what do we need to do next?

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What do you think?

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Well, let's have a look inside Mr Tumble's spotty bag,

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shall we, and find out?

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OK. Oh, look! It's the tumble tap!

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Let's tap the green spot. Ooh! What's that? It's a stable!

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Where's the stable? Is it here? When you see it, wave or cheer!

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Well done, Aiman! You've found the stable. Can you see the stable?

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Yes, there's the stable.

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It's time to sign.

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Ah, look! Stable.

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You sign - stable.

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Stable.

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Ho-ho! That was really good, Radia.

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Stable.

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Great signing, Emmanuel!

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Now, did you know that we have got a very important job to do,

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haven't we?

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-We're going to make a bed for the...

-Donkey.

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That's right! Yes, Ishmael - the donkey.

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-D'you know what we're going to use?

-Hay?

-That's right.

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We're going to use some straw.

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It's over here in the wheelbarrow, come on, guys.

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What are we waiting for?

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Let's go and make a lovely bed, shall we, for the donkeys?

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Off we go. Come on then, Ellie. There we go.

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That's it, Ishmael. There we are.

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Right. Now, we have to put the straw onto the floor for our lovely bed.

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So grab some straw, everyone.

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That's it. Oh, good. Wow, Dylan. Wow, you've got lots of straw there!

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Thanks, Ishmael. Then Ellie, can you help us to spread it out?

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Thanks, Ishmael. Great job. That's it.

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You're all working very hard here. I wonder how the girls are getting on?

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I'll go and find out. Keep working, everyone! Good job!

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Well done!

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Hi, Mariah! Hi there.

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Mariah's doing a lovely job brushing the donkey.

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I think the donkey is really, really enjoying that, aren't you?

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And so is Mariah. Let's see how Aiman is getting on.

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Aiman is working very hard, too.

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Are you brushing Ripple?

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How does it feel? Is it good?

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Yeah! Excellent!

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Now I wonder how our beds are getting on?

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-Let's go and see, shall we?

-The beds are ready!

-Pardon?

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-The beds are ready!

-Oh, the beds are ready! Well done.

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Let's call for the donkeys.

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Good night, Ripple! Good night, Mowbray! Say goodbye.

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Shall we say good night to the donkeys?

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Good night, donkeys. Sleep well. Blow them a kiss.

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Well, we really have worked hard today. What have we done?

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-Worked hard.

-Worked hard.

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That's right. We've fed the donkeys.

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We've brushed them. That's right, Ellie. Anything else?

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-Ride.

-We've even had a ride on the donkeys. It's been great fun.

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You know what?

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

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So, ready with the rhyme, everyone?

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-Take your finger and touch your nose.

-Touch your nose.

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-Touch your nose.

-Blink three times. And...off it goes.

-Off it goes.

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Off it goes.

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-Aha! My spotty bag! Thank you!

-Mr Tumble, you are funny!

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-You're our friend.

-Ah! And you are my friend! 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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# 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 it's time to run

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# Goodbye, goodbye 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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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. Justin travels near and far to meet new friends all over the country.

Lord Tumble's not feeling very well. Luckily, Mr Tumble knows exactly what he needs - a bowl of tasty soup! Meanwhile, Justin and his friends are working very hard in the donkey sanctuary, caring for the donkeys.


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