It's the Sporty Let's Golympics! The Let's Go Club


It's the Sporty Let's Golympics!

Skills, moves and activities that children can attempt at home. The clubhouse is getting all sporty to celebrate the Rio Olympics.


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Hi, I'm Joanna, and these are my friends -

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Abe, Lizzie, Craig, Kirsten

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and Martin.

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This is our Clubhouse.

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-It's where we make stuff...

-Meet amazing people...

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-Learn quick tricks, super skills...

-And have a dance!

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ALL: We want you to come and join us, too.

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# Let's go!

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# The Let's Go Club

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# Let's go!

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# The Let's Go Club

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# There's lots to do for me and you

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# Everybody can join the Let's Go Club

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# Let's go!

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# Get ready, get set at the Let's Go Club

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# Are you ready? Let's go at the Let's Go Club

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# We got a lot of things going on at the Let's Go Club

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# Let's go! #

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Today, we are all about the Olympics.

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Or, as I like to say, the Let's Golympics.

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We'll also be hanging out with a Brazilian armadillo called Melon.

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Too cute! Let's Goers Lucas and Saifa have a go at sailing.

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There's Olympic fact-finding, and Abe has

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a sprinting sticks excellent experiment.

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# Get ready, get set at the Let's Go Club

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# Are we ready? Let's go at the Let's Go Club

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# We got a lot of things going on right here

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# So come on and have some fun

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# We got a lot of things going on at the Let's Go Club

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# Let's go!

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# The Let's Go Club

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# Let's Go! #

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Hello, my name is Saifa.

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And my name is Lucas and today, we are going sailing.

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BOTH: Let's go.

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Norman is a sailor.

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He's going to teach us everything we need to know to sail the boat

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out on the water.

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How are sailing boats different from other boats?

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A sailing boat doesn't have an engine, doesn't have paddles.

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It has a sail, which is powered by the wind and pulls it along.

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-Are we ready to go sailing now?

-Not quite.

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We need to put a buoyancy aid on.

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These keep you safe when you're on the water

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and will make you float if anything should happen.

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Can the wind blow the boat over?

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No. It can tip slightly -

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a little bit of water may get in, but you're both kitted out

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with waterproof clothing, so you'll be perfectly sound.

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I like the buoyancy aid because it can keep me safe.

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We've put our buoyancy aids on,

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so now it's time to get the boats ready.

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The special piece of equipment lifts me out of my wheelchair

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and puts me safely in the boat.

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Can we move the sail?

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Yes, we can - by pulling on this rope here, you can pull the sail in.

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It will fill with wind and the boat will go.

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-How do we steer the boat?

-Moving the lever will make the boat turn.

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You move the stick either to the red, which says "port",

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to the green, which says "starboard",

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or in the middle to go straight.

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You move it all the way across both ways.

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Are you ready to go sailing?

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BOTH: Yeah!

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While we practise, Norman keeps hold of the rope, so we're always safe.

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Now you're sailing on your own, I'm not pulling.

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Right, you've done fantastic this morning.

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I want you to go out to that mark with number 1 on,

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go around it and come back to me.

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Yeah?

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Right, where's the ball?

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I'm using the steering control.

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This changes the boat's direction.

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Whoo!

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Absolutely brilliant.

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Well done.

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Wow! We're so close to the water.

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We're now sailing all by ourselves,

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but Norman is always close by to help us if we need it.

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Let your rope slide through your hand a little.

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That's it, lovely.

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I am pulling a rope to move the sail.

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When the wind hits the sail, the boat goes faster.

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Dahhh!

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BOTH: Ahhh!

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A big gust of wind nearly tipped our boat over.

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BOTH: Ahh!

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What's it doing?

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It was scary, but we were OK.

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Sailing is great.

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When I'm on the water, it doesn't matter that I use a wheelchair.

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Yay, we're sailing. In the ocean.

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You've done fantastic.

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You did everything I've asked. Have you enjoyed it?

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BOTH: Yeah!

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And what did you enjoy the most?

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When we went around the island, I liked it when we saw the ducks.

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I enjoyed it when we went around the island because you could go

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wherever you wanted and you could relax.

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You've done really, really well, and now I've got

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a certificate for both of you, which says you're a sailor like me.

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Saifa first,

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and Lucas.

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Now, before you go, do you want to have one last sail?

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BOTH: Yeah!

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Great sailing, Lucas and Saifa.

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You'll be Olympic sailing champions in no time.

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I think we've forgotten something. Welcome to the Clubhouse to Lizzie.

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Thanks, Kirsten. It's really great to be here. So, what's next?

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-I've heard that you're a bit of a fan of animals.

-I am.

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Animals are my favourite. Elephants are my absolute favourite.

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You are going to love this, then, because the Olympic Games

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have just started up in Rio, and this is Vinicius, the Games' mascot.

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Vinicius is a mixture of different Brazilian animals, and we've

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got our very own South American animals in the Clubhouse today.

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We're also joined by Scott, who looks after them. Hi, Scott.

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-Hi, Lizzie.

-So, who do we have with us today?

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Today, we've got Melon, who is an armadillo from Brazil.

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And two friends - Dylan and Doris.

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They're so cute.

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I love them.

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What kind of armadillo are they?

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Dylan and Doris are six-banded armadillos.

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You can see all the bands across their back.

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Melon is one of the smallest armadillos in the world -

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she's a three-banded armadillo.

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Armadillos don't see very well, but they've got

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a super sense of smell to find their way around, and they've

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got this big hard shell to protect themselves from danger.

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What do armadillos eat?

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Well, they like to eat plants,

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they like to eat fruit and bugs, as well.

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-Do you want to try feeding him some?

-Yeah.

-OK.

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So if you pop your hand out like this,

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you're going to let a few sit on your hand and we're going to see.

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-(Hey, Melon.

-There we go.)

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What does that feel like, Hetty?

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-Wet.

-Wet?

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So, Scott, where do armadillos normally live?

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Most armadillos come from South America,

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so they live in rainforests, grasslands,

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and they like it where it's really, really hot.

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-So they wouldn't make good pets?

-They wouldn't.

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They're a wild animal and they need loads of space to run around in,

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and most of them wake up at night-time.

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-Who would like to hold Melon?

-Me.

-Would you like to hold him?

-Max.

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So, if you put two hands together and hold it like a football.

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Like a football.

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-Wow! Does she feel heavy, Max?

-Yes.

-Is she heavy?

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Oh, look, she's rolled up into a little ball.

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They curl up in a ball to protect themselves from danger

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and all they leave showing is this really hard shell.

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-Wow.

-Look at that perfect ball.

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THEY LAUGH

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-She's feisty, isn't she, Max?

-She wants to explore Max.

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Oh, Scott, thank you so much

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for bringing in these wonderful armadillos. They are fab.

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And if you would like to see more of Melon, Doris and Dylan,

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then get yourself over to the Let's Go Club website,

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where you can see what other antics they've been up to in the Clubhouse.

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-Hey, everyone, shall we take a look at some Send-Ins?

-Yes.

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Let's see what you've been up to.

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# The Let's Go Club Let's go! #

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Joanna's superhero Quick Trick got lots of you flying.

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Layla has powers to knock over towers.

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Amelie is saving her animals from danger.

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And Xanthe is on a mission to save the world.

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Annabelle baked this fruity pineapple upside-down cake.

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It looks delicious.

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Superfast Franklin loves his skateboard.

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Here he is doing a fakie on a quarter pipe.

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Imogen has joined the Let's Go Club by decorating

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her own club wristband. Cool!

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Green-fingered Archie has grown these tasty-looking courgettes.

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And Oscar has been to the beach,

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where he had lots of fun building a super sandcastle.

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Great Send-Ins. Kirstin, what are you wearing?

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I'm so glad you've noticed, because with all this animal talk,

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I've styled myself. I call it "jungle chic". Do you like it?

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It's very fizzy, I love it.

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Keep your Send-Ins coming.

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Just grab a grown-up and visit the website to see how you can

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-send your stuff to us.

-You could try our Make A Picture.

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It's got sporty stickers and backgrounds.

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# The Let's Go Club Let's go! #

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Kirstin, Lizzie, come on. Are you lot ready?

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ALL: Yeah!

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Three, two, one. Go!

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This is tug-of-war.

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To win, one team needs to pull their marker over their line.

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Come on, guys. Ahh! Yay!

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Kirsten's team are the winners.

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Did you know, a very long time ago, tug-of-war was an Olympic sport?

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That's a fact.

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And right now it's time for some more Olympic fact-finding.

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It all began with a foot race back in 776 BC.

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-It was called the stade

-The what?

-The stade

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In Ancient Greece, you see

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In the whole wide world the Olympics are

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One of the biggest sporting shows

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From Zimbabwe to Australia

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On your marks, get set and go

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# Five Olympic rings Blue, yellow, black, green and red

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# Four years from one until another

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# Paralympics, winter, summer

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# Big, bright shiny medals

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# There's gold then silver then bronze

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# Two ceremonies - starting, ending

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# One Olympic Games... #

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Do you know the Olympic motto?

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-No!

-I'll keep you in suspense no longer

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It's Citius, Altius, Fortius

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Which means Faster, Higher, Stronger

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And before the Games the Olympic torch

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Is lit by the light from the sun

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It's carried to the country where the Games are played

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Burning bright till the sport is done

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# Five Olympic rings Blue, yellow, black, green and red

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# Four years from one until another

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# Paralympics, winter, summer

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# Big, bright shiny medals

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# There's gold then silver then bronze

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# Two ceremonies - starting, ending

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# One Olympic Games... #

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So far, an American swimmer

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By the name of Michael Phelps has won

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A record of 22 medals

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-18 gold, two silver, two bronze

-Wow!

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The Olympics are held in a different place

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Each time they're played - it's true!

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They were hosted by London in 2012

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I love those Games - don't you?

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# Five Olympic rings Blue, yellow, black, green and red

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# Four years from one until another

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# Paralympics, winter, summer

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# Big, bright shiny medals

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# There's gold then silver then bronze

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# Two ceremonies - starting, ending

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# One Olympic Games. #

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CHEERING

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# The Let's Go Club.

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# Let's go! #

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He takes the gold medal, the crowd go wild.

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Nice sprinting, Abe.

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We're going to show you how to make some sprinting sticks.

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So what do we need?

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We need loads of craft sticks and a nice soft surface to work on.

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We've got both of those - shall we get cracking?

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Make sure to move one stick over and under another to make a chain.

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It's good to use two different colours

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so you know which stick's coming next.

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A soft surface really helps you when you're moving

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one chain underneath the next.

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You need to keep the gaps between the sticks the same

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so that it's really even.

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Right, we're ready. So stand back, everyone. Get ready.

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Kirstin, there's only two of us.

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Oh, yeah!

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-OK.

-BOTH: Ready, steady, go.

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How cool was that?

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Check this out. Super-size sprint sticks.

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Whoa!

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-Let's do this.

-Ready?

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Three,

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two,

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one.

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-Whoa!

-What?

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The sticks are all pushing against each other

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and when you let go, they all jump up.

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Head over to the CBeebies website to find out all the information

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you need to know to make your very own sprinting sticks.

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And don't forget to send us a video of your sticks sprinting.

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Let's take a look at some of your Send-Ins now.

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I always love checking out what's you guys get up to.

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Megan grew these sweet, crunchy carrots from tiny seeds.

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Way to grow!

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Oscar has made his own city with a shop, garage, school and factory.

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Emily and Anna have written their very own Olympic song.

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Take it away, girls.

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# Olympic rings, where are you? #

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Here's Michael, all kitted up and ready to go to his karate club.

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Hi-yah!

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Beth and her family spent a brilliant day on the beach.

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It looks sand-tastic!

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And Dylan was out walking on a windy day when

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he discovered this cool-looking wall.

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Top Send-Ins.

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We get so much lovely stuff from you that we've put some of it on

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the CBeebies website.

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If you have a look, you might just see yourself there.

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Now it's time for our brilliant We Did This from some very sporty

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Let's Goers and the Let's Golympics.

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# The Let's Go Club Let's go! #

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I'm Daniel, and these are my friends -

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Leighton, Lee, Hope and Amelia.

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We like being sporty.

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So we're going to play some games in the Let's Golympics.

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If you like sport, here's something you can do.

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We need to get everything ready for all the different games.

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Let's Golympics!

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We're using swimming floats as hurdles.

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We use plastic bottles to stand them up.

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And we need to put cones down for the lanes.

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These balls will be good for playing shot put with.

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These flying discs will make great discus.

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Four!

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We're ready for the Let's Golympics.

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ALL: Yay!

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On your marks, get set, go.

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We had a skipping competition to see who could go round the fastest.

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We took turns throwing our flying discs, too.

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You got 12.

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We played shot put.

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Ten.

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On your marks, get set, go.

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For our last game, we ran a hurdles race.

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We all got medals for taking part.

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We love being sporty, so we did this.

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Let's go!

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It's time for the Club Dance. We do this every week in the Clubhouse.

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You can join in at home, if you like. Just follow us.

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I'm going to throw in some Olympic moves, so watch out for them.

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-Oh!

-Loving it.

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-Nice celebrations, Abe.

-Cheers.

-ALL: Let's go.

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Side to side.

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Jump.

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# Go, go, go Everybody dance! #

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And roll.

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# Go, go, go Everybody dance! #

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Olympic move.

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# Go, go, go Everybody dance! #

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On your marks, get set, let's go!

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-Come on.

-Come on in.

-Ready?

-ALL: Let's go.

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Side to side.

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Let's go!

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# Go, go, go Everybody dance! #

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Jump!

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Let's go!

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# Go, go, go Everybody dance! #

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And roll.

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Let's go!

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# Go, go, go Everybody dance! #

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Olympic move.

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# Everybody dance! #

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Freestyle.

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# Go, go, go, go Everybody dance! #

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If you want a chance to see yourself in the Club Dance,

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send us in a clip.

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Absolutely great moves, everybody. Keep it up.

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-# Everybody dance! #

-Let's go!

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Go, go, go, go, go, go, go,

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go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go,

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let's go!

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Oh! Well, I think we all deserve gold medals because we've done

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so much today.

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Well, that's all we've got time for, but if you'd like

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to stay in the Clubhouse, get yourself onto the CBeebies website

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and click on the Let's Go Club, where you'll find an Olympics quiz

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and you can get to know our new Let's Goer Lizzie even better.

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It's the club that never closes. Bye!

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The clubhouse is getting all sporty to celebrate the Rio Olympics!

Let's Goers Lucas and Saifa get the wind in their sails as they take to the water and find out all about sailing. Abe and Kirsten show how to make 'Sprinting Sticks' in a superspeedy Excellent Experiment. And there's a special song all about the Olympic Games - '5 Olympic rings... blue, yellow, black green and red!'

There are sporty Send-Ins from CBeebies viewers, showing the clubhouse crew what sports and games they've been playing. Some very special friends, Mellon, Dylan and Doris, visit the clubhouse - they're armadillos from South America! And a tug of war, as Lizzie, Kirsten and lots of Let's Goers try to out-pull each other.

Plus everyone's favourite singing and dancing with the Get Set, Let's Go! song and the superfunky Club Dance.


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