Episode 14 The Let's Go Club


Episode 14

Skills, moves and activities children can try at home. This week, the clubhouse gets all spooky and scary to celebrate Halloween!


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

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Lizzie, Craig, Kirsten and Martin.

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-This is our clubhouse.

-It's where we make stuff.

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-Meet amazing people...

-Learn quick tricks, super skills...

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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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# Anybody can join the Let's Go Club

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# Let's go! #

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Yeah!

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# Get ready, get set

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# At the Let's Go Club

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# Are you ready?

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# 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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We've got a monster of a show for you today!

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It's Halloween time, so top illustrator Korky Paul

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is visiting the clubhouse to do some drawing.

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I'll be showing you a frighteningly cool move!

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And away from the monsters,

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Let's-Goer Siya shows us how she'll be celebrating Diwali.

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Let the fun begin!

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# Get ready

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# Get set at the Let's Go Club

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# Are you ready?

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# 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

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# 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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-Hi, I'm Rehab.

-And I'm Adam.

-Today, we're going to be lock-keepers.

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-BOTH:

-Let's go!

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This is the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.

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When a boat needs to go up or downhill, along a canal or a river,

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a lock is used to help them.

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On each side of the lock, there are gates that let the water get

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in or out, which helps the boats go up and down.

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And the lock-keeper looks after the canals.

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They welcome and help boaters travel along them.

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Darren will be showing us what we need to do.

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We need to listen very carefully, so that we stay safe.

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Would you like to go to the locks so you're nice and safe?

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I'd love to, and are you going to help?

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Yes.

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So, we're going to open this ground paddle,

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which allows the water to come out underneath the boats,

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and raises them slowly and gently -

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-and safely, which is the main thing.

-Do the boats come up fast?

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Not if we do it nice and gently, just nice and steady

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and make sure they don't get banged about.

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Darren is turning the paddle.

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First, we set the water levels just right.

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So, we just do three turns.

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Put our safety hook on,

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and then have a look and make sure there's not much going in.

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Cos if you put it in too quickly and bash them about,

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they start going, "Don't bash me about!"

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Oh! Shall I help you?

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-No!

-Sorry!

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'We open the gates for the boat to go through.

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'Two narrow boats can fit into this lock.'

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Come on through!

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This boat needs to go up the hill.

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Now it's time to close the gates and let the water into this lock.

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Darren closes the paddle.

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So the boat is on the same level as the next part of the canal.

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And off it goes to the next part of the lock.

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The locks need to be looked after so they can be used for a long time.

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These locks are over 240 years old.

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We'll need these because you'll help me oil and grease the gates

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-and the paddles.

-Thank you, Darren.

-You're more than welcome.

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There you go, nice big bit of grease for you.

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I'll turn, you get the grease on. That's it, get it all over.

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Easier to use, is that. Fantastic job.

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What is that big brush for?

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This is a greasing brush that we use to grease

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this type of gearing, so we can keep far away and not get it all over.

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That's it. Bit down here, as well.

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-Is that enough grease now, Darren?

-That's plenty.

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We need to run the gearing up and down once, to make sure

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it's all running beautiful for the future.

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Oh, look at that! Lovely jubbly!

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-Like it were brand-new. Thank you very much.

-You're welcome.

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Now, we're going to do some painting.

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We're painting the beam which helps to protect it.

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Do you think you'll work for us when you get older?

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-Yeah.

-Yeah, would you like it?

-Yeah.

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-Adam, would you like to do some painting?

-Yeah.

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You missed a bit there.

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You're doing a really good job, though.

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We're on a work boat.

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We're not here just for fun, we're here for more jobs!

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You guys want to come and give me a hand?

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We're scraping the green moss off the wall.

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This helps to keep the canal clear and tidy.

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-Adam, what's been the best part of your day?

-Scraping.

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Rehab, what's been the best part?

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Scraping the walls and the gates.

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Oh! Been good to have you, you've been a big help.

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You're doing a good job!

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-Can we go through another gate?

-Course we can!

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-ALL:

-Come on, Captain!

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Oh, great work, Rehab and Adam! You both made excellent lock-keepers.

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Now, we're excited in the clubhouse today because we're joined

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by illustrator Korky Paul and some book-loving Let's-Goers.

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-Hi, everyone! ALL:

-Hello!

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Korky, you've illustrated loads

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of children's books, including the spooky Winnie books.

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-Why do you love drawing so much?

-When I was your age,

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I just loved drawing and I loved doing crazy drawings like cartoons.

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Lovely. Hey, Soph, do you have a question?

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Please could you give us some tips for our drawing?

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Top tip, Sophie, is draw every day. Do you do that?

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-Yeah.

-We would love for you to draw us a spooky picture.

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-We can draw a monster!

-Draw a monster?

-Yeah!

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-What shall we call the monster?

-Tusk.

-Tusk?

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So now, the first thing we're going to do...

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is give him some eyes. Right, so let's draw some eyes.

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-I think he should have scary eyes!

-OK. So, he's got eyes.

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-Who wants an elephant nose?

-Ooh!

-Elephant nose is good,

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we like elephant noses. We've got an elephant nose here

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and a little thing on the end.

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Right, little thing on the end, like that.

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-OK.

-Looking good.

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Who wants floppy rabbit ears? Or shall we do big elephant ears?

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-Yeah!

-Big ears.

-Yeah, big elephant ears, like that.

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Who likes snappy crocodile teeth?

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-Oh, me!

-Yes!

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Chika-chika-chika...

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OK, and then we have a big mouth like that. Chika-chika-chika...

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-Wow.

-Do some little arms here.

-A body!

-And a body, yes.

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-Let's give him a nice, round body here.

-Oh, well cool!

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Ducks' legs? Will we give him one frog leg and one duck leg?

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-Now, what's special about frogs' legs?

-They're green!

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-And they've got those little...?

-Webs?

-Fingers!

-Well done.

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Their feet have little webs. That little thing there.

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You're going to have the other leg up here.

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Shall we do that? Little ankle. How's that look?

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-Shall we give him a tail?

-Yeah.

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-Shall we give him little spikes?

-Yeah.

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THEY GIGGLE

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Look at that!

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We've got some watercolours.

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What's special about watercolour is it loves water.

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The first thing to do is you do your light colours first, OK?

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-Yellow!

-Let's do a little bit of yellow. Oh, look at that!

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If we put blue on top of yellow, what colour's it going to go?

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-Green!

-Well done. Let's take a little bit of blue.

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-Oh, look at that. Little bit of green.

-It's green!

-Nice!

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OK, a little bit of blue back there.

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Oh, you see now, I didn't wash my brush.

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You see how dirty it went? Clean the brush off again, let's take red.

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-When you put red on yellow, what colour do you get?

-Orange!

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Right! Now, what's a good colour for frogs' legs?

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-ALL:

-Green!

-Green!

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Look at that. Bit of green in there.

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-What's a good colour for ducks' legs?

-Yellow!

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Oh, look at that! Nice.

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-Shall we give him a nice tongue?

-He looks really funny!

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There you go. And then we put a little signature over here.

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-There you go!

-Fantastic! What a brilliant picture!

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Why don't you use some of Korky's tips to create

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a picture on the CBeebies website?

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OK, Korky. How do you fancy seeing some spooky Send-Ins?

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Oh, we love spooky Send-Ins cos they're scary!

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Woohoo!

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Let's-Goer Thomas is showing off the pumpkin

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he picked and his spooky skeleton costume.

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And this is six-year-old Theo,

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who made a frighteningly good paper pumpkin.

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Sophia's created a creepy Halloween basket from the CBeebies website.

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She's making more designs for her friends.

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Here's four-year-old Lily doing a robot dance in her home-made

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robot costume. Robo-brilliant!

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And this is Let's-Goer Ronny,

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who created a robot of his very own, called Robert!

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Matthew, Sophie, Theo and Holly all loved getting messy,

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making gooey robo-slime!

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And Isla Rose had lots of fun gluing and painting her shiny silver robot.

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If you've been inspired or if you've made something

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you want to share,

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send it over. Grab a grown-up,

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visit the CBeebies website, and look for The Let's Go Club.

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-Korky, thank you for joining us!

-It was great,

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I had a lot of fun! Thank you.

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Now, I've just seen Craig pulling a load of costumes

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out of our dressing-up box.

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Craig, what ARE you up to?

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This isn't a costume, Lizzie!

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I am Chef Craig, king of the kitchen!

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It was the Great British Bake-Off final on Wednesday,

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so, to celebrate, I thought I'd dish up a load of your brilliant bakes!

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First up, Freya!

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No soggy bottom on YOUR pineapple upside-down cake.

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Harry, your colourful cupcakes make you a baking chomp-ion!

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And, Bethany, you're the cream of the crop

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with your home-made ice cream!

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Wow! What super show stoppers!

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I think you all deserve to be crowned star bakers. Well done!

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It's time to get your singing voices ready,

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for this little ditty about the festival of lights.

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# Light will win over darkness

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# Celebrate new beginnings

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# Diwali is a celebration

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# A festival of lights

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# It happens when there's a new moon on a dark autumnal night

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# And everyone makes a diya, a lamp to shine so bright

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# Diwali is a Hindu festival of music, dance and lots of light

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# Light will win over darkness

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# Light will win over darkness

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# Celebrate new beginnings

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# Light a diya for Diwali

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# Diwali

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# Festival of lights

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# Light will win over darkness

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# Diwali

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# Diwali

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# Festival of lights

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# Celebrate new beginnings

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# Diwali is a time for family and stories about light

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# Bright colours on brand-new saris and fireworks sparkling bright

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# The goddess of wealth is Lakshmi

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# She seeks the brightest light

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# If you can shine extra brightly

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# She might just visit you tonight

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# Light will win over darkness

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# Light will win over darkness

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# Celebrate new beginnings

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# Light a diya for Diwali

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# Diwali

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# Festival of lights

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# Light will win over darkness

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# Diwali

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# Diwali

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# Festival of lights

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# Diwali

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# Diwali

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# Festival of lights

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# Light will win over darkness

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# Diwali

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# Diwali

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# Festival of lights

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# Celebrate new beginnings. #

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# The Let's Go Club!

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# Let's Go! #

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Those were some fantastic facts about Diwali.

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That music really makes me want to dance.

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Hey. Guess what monster loves to dance?

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The...

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Boogieman!

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Well, I'm dressed up as Frankenstein's Monster,

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ready for today's Halloween Club Dance.

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And the dance I'm going to be teaching you

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is called the Monster Shuffle.

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It's called this because it looks like a monster

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that's having a bit of a boogie.

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It's really simple to do.

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Here's how. The first step is to put our arms up like this,

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and then move from side to side.

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Remember to be as stiff as you can,

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so you look like a monster that's having a boogie!

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And that's it! The Monster Shuffle.

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I'm going to be using this in the Club Dance later on,

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so keep on practising. But, before that,

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

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Leo and Chloe have made some spooky bats out of cardboard tubes.

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Creepy creations, Let's-Goers!

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And Jazzy and Rob have been having Halloween fun at the farm.

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Spook-tastic!

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Five-year-old Dylan is rocking out his home-made guitar.

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Sounding good, Dylan!

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Seven-year-old Charlotte has really cooked up a treat,

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with her chocolate cupcakes.

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Delicious!

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Here's four-year-old Tom,

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dressed up as an English knight in shining armour.

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And this is Sophia, who's made a colourful Let's Go Club wristband.

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Welcome to the club, Sophia!

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Those were some fantastic send-ins! Thanks, guys.

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Now, it's time to catch up with some Let's-Goers at their Diwali party.

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It's We Did This!

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# The Let's Go Club #

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# Let's go! #

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Hello. My name's Sia.

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And these are my friends, Jenvi, Demi and Priya.

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We love celebrating Diwali.

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Here's something you can do.

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When it's Diwali, we like to decorate diyas.

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A diya is a traditional lamp that is made out of clay.

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It's time to decorate!

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I'm going to paint mine red.

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You can paint them any colour you like.

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I'm putting dots on mine.

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We're putting jewels and sequins on our diyas.

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Once the diyas have dried, we're going to place them

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round the house.

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Diyas always look very pretty when they are on the window ledge.

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My family makes traditional sweets on Diwali.

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Everyone can try these nice sweets that my mum made.

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Lots of family and friends come to see us on Diwali.

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-Oh, wow!

-Yummy!

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This is good!

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We're decorating our living room with traditional Diwali decorations.

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Can you light the diyas now, please, Mum?

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Of course I can.

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The light from the diyas are to help Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth,

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find her way to our house.

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ALL: Happy Diwali!

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We love celebrating together

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so we did this.

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# The Let's Go Club #

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# Let's go! #

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OK, Halloweeny dancers, it's time for the club dance!

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Yes! Time to move your feet and get your spooook on!

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I've been practising Abe's scary new cool move,

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the monster shuffle!

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-Great!

-Oh, scary stuff!

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Let's go! Side to side.

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Jump!

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# Go, go, go, everybody dance #

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Roll!

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# Go, go, go, everybody dance. #

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And monster shuffle!

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Ha-ha ha-ha ha-ha!

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Bwa-ha-ha-ha!

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# Everybody dance. #

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-Oh, we need some monster mates for the club dance!

-Yeah.

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-Come on, Let's Go-ers! Come on, come and join us!

-Come on!

-Come on!

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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! Whoo!

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# Let's go! #

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# Go, go, go, everybody dance now. #

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Roll!

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# Let's go! #

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# Go, go, go, go, everybody dance. #

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Monster shuffle!

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-Woo-woo-woo!

-Ho-ho-ho-ho!

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# Everybody dance now. #

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That's all our partying done for today,

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but if you want to stay in the clubhouse,

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make sure you visit the CBeebies website.

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And also click on CBeebies, where this week,

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it's all about books, including Harry Potter,

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and don't forget our song about Diwali.

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There's more Halloween treats online, toooo!

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Did we mention we're the club that never closes?

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-I don't think we did, Lizzie!

-Well, we are. Keep exploring!

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Whoooo! Goodbye! Ha-ha ha-ha ha-ha!

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This week, the clubhouse gets all spooky and scary to celebrate Halloween!

Let's Goers Rehab and Adam spend the day being lock keepers and find it means a lot of greasing, painting and scrubbing! Top children's illustrator Korky Paul has some tips about spook-tacular drawing! And Abe transforms into Frankenstein's Monster to show off a frighteningly good Cool Move - The Monster Shuffle!

Away from the monster madness, Let's Goer Sia and her friends and family show us how they will be celebrating Diwali. And Kirsten sings a song that explains why Diwali is known as the Festival of Lights.

Plus everyone's favourite singing and dancing with the Get Set, Let's Go! song, and the super-funky Club Dance. It's going to be a monster of a show!


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