Toys The Rhyme Rocket


Toys

Children's poetry series. When they detect rhyming signals coming from Rhyme Recruits about to perform a poem in Salford, the team blast off to join them.


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One rocket, one mission -

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to search for poetry, one rhyme at a time!

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# Blasting through the universe

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# Rhyme-collecting, song-detecting

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# Grabbing great poems from the planets and the stars

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# The Rhyme Rocket!

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# Top tongue twisters, super songs

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# With Professor Poet and Officer Ditty

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# She's Commander Rhyme-a-lot...

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# And I'm the one in charge

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# The Rhyme Rocket The Rhyme Rocket! #

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Officer Ditty, haven't you got any better toys?

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Professor Poet, what's wrong with my toy collection?

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It's all the same thing.

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A zooming rocket, a whooshing plane.

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I want something new, something exciting.

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How rude!

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Don't be in a mood.

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Boring, boring, hear me snoring.

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HE SNORES

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Crew, what's going on?

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Commander Rhyme-a-lot, the Professor wants a new toy to play with.

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Toys? Oh, boys, we are an elite rhyme-collecting crew.

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SIREN BLARES

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Now, Officer Ditty, I'm tired of always catching you off guard.

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I always keep my eyes and ears open. I never miss a thing.

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What's that? It's the rhyme radar!

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Don't just stand there, Ditty! What have you just picked up?

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It is the rhyme recruits on Planet Earth.

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-ALL:

-Yay!

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Excellent. Well, what are we waiting for?

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Get set for blast off and let's not forget our mission -

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to collect poems from across the universe...

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-ALL:

-One rhyme at a time!

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And Professor, put that rocket down. This is no time for fun and games.

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Are you going to join in the blast off rhyme, too? Yes.

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Let's get this rocket started

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The engine runs on rhyme

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Poems are its fuel

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They get us there on time

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Stand to attention

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Yes!

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Do your final checks

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Check!

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Go to the toilet

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Flush!

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We're ready on the deck

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Don't forget your seatbelt

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It's going to be fast

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Switch, click, push, twist

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It's going to be a blast

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Ten, nine...

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Communicate!

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Eight, seven, six, five...

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All systems live!

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Four, three, two...

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Ready, crew?

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ALL: Blast off!

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Another successful blast off, crew.

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But there's no time to sit around.

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We need to start filling our rhyme tanks.

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I'm picking up some rhyming words,

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rhymes about toys from girls and boys.

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Lock on and start collecting.

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-BOTH:

-Earth calling the Rhyme Rocket.

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-Dolly.

-Jolly.

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Holly.

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I wonder what this word is?

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Lolly.

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Yes! That's right.

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Ball.

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-Wall.

-Small.

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What's the final rhyming word?

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Hall.

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Yes! Well done, rhyme recruits.

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-BOTH:

-Bye, Rhyme Rocket.

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Goodbye, rhyme recruits. And thanks for your rhyming words.

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They've helped put some fuel in our rhyme tanks.

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Commander, please can I have a new toy?

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I've told you, Professor,

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there is no time for fun and games on board this rocket.

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I'll clean the rhyme tanks.

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I'll do the washing up for the next five years.

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Five years?

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Uh, OK, you can have one new toy.

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Yippee! Whoopee!

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What will you choose, Professor?

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Oh, hadn't thought of that.

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SNIFFS

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What can you whiff, Commander? A new toy?

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No, I can smell a rhyme.

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I like toys that make a noise

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Noisy, noisy

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Noisy toys

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I like banging on my drum

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Walkie-talkies are great fun

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Vroom, vroom, motorcar

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Be a star with my guitar

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Baby yells, baby cries

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Zoom, zoom

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Rocket flies

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Ring a bell on my new scooter

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RINGING

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Drive my tractor, honk a hooter

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HONKING

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I like toys that make a noise

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Noisy

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Noisy

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Noisy

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Toys!

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The fuel gauge has gone up again.

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Ooh, I'm struggling here.

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There's too many toys to choose from.

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Why don't you choose a toy that makes a good noise?

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Noisy toys?

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If it's noisy toys you want, let's activate the soundascope...

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..and listen to the sounds different toys make.

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WHISTLING

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Oh, listen to that. The sound of a toy train on a track.

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Clickety clack, clickety clack...

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Clickety clack, clickety clack,

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Clickety clack, clickety clack...

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All aboard!

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ALL: Clickety clack, clickety clack, clickety clack, clickety clack

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Choo-choo!

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Hang on, the sound's changing.

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SIREN BLARES

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Sounds like a toy fire engine with a blaring siren.

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Oh, no, there must be an emergency.

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Nee naw, nee naw, nee naw, nee naw

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ALL: Nee naw, nee naw, nee naw, nee naw

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These noisy toys are giving me a headache, Commander.

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Have you got anything quieter?

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How about a robot?

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-MONOTONE:

-I am a robot

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And all that I say

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Will be spoken to others

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In this robot way

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I'll hum and I'll buzz

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as I'm crossing the floor

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Zzz zzz zzz!

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Then I'll bleep, bleep, bleep, bleep

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Till you open the door.

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The Commander's right -

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I would like a toy robot.

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We could talk to it in robot speak.

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-MONOTONE:

-Hello, Officer Ditty. How are you today?

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MONOTONE: I am very well, Professor Poet, thank you for asking.

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Hey, watch this.

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Sizzling satellites, what are you doing?

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I'm dancing like a robot.

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Dancing? Is that what you call it?

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Hey, where's my toy catalogue?

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I need to order my robot on the galactic inter-web.

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I think you left it over there somewhere.

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Ooh, I know a limerick about a robot.

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There once was a robot called Fred

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Who was trying to sleep in his bed

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But his legs made of tin

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Made a terrible din...

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RATTLING

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And so did his arms, feet and head!

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RINGING

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That should've topped up the rhyme tanks nicely.

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Wow, this robot comes with extending arms,

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two-speed legs, a head that flashes red,

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and it can even wash your underpants.

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That's incredible.

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SIRENS BLARE

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Whoa!

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We're being sucked into a rhymehole!

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Look at all that rhyming rubbish.

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This is great, I love it.

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Brace yourselves, boys. We'll have to rhyme our way out.

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Oh, OK.

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Oh, there's some yummy chocolate,

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a building block, and some kind of apron.

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Yes, that's an artist's smock.

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Choc, block, and an artist's smock

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Choc, block, and an artist's smock

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Oh, look, a tick-tock clock

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And a smelly sock

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And an alligator?

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No, it's a crocodile

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Clock, sock and a smiley croc

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ALL: Clock, sock and a smiley croc.

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-Oh, there's a great big frying pan.

-That's a wok.

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And some knees that knock.

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A great big wok and knees that knock

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A great big wok and knees that knock.

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We're nearly there. They're great rhymes for the rocket.

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One more time, boys!

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Choc, block and an artist's smock

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Clock, sock and a smiley croc

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There's a great big wok and some knees that knock!

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Somewhere out there's my family doc. Doctor!

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Are we through?

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Yes, we made it!

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Thanks to that rocking rap, our tanks are almost full.

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Woo-hoo!

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All we need to do now is find the rhyme recruits.

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Ditty, where are we headed?

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The rhyme-nav says they're located in a city called Salford.

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Excellent.

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They can help us create a poem all about toys.

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Yes, and then they can help me find a word that rhymes with robot.

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-TANNOY:

-Entering Earth's atmosphere.

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Stand by for entry. Stand by for entry.

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Oh, no, I haven't ordered my robot yet. How do you turn this on?

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Quiet, crew, I have an announcement to make.

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Greetings, Earthlings.

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This is the Rhyme Rocket, ready to collect your words.

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No, it's not working.

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Hit the brakes!

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We've reached our destination, Salford.

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Woo-hoo!

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Your mission is to beam down and perform a poem

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all about toys with the rhyme recruits.

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But, Commander...

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Don't worry, Professor, I'll order your toy robot while you're gone.

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You won't forget?

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Goodbye!

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# If you go down in the woods today

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# You're sure of a big surprise

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# If you go down in the woods today... #

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Sorry, I might have rewired the flight deck a tiny bit this morning.

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Ditty! Try again. Goodbye.

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Behind you! The rhyme recruits are waiting!

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# Rhyme Rocket, Rhyme Rocket

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# We've been whizzing through space

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# With a smile on our face from Planet Rhyme to Earth

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# Great poems we have got, thanks to Rhyme-a-lot

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# From across the universe

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# And now we've found our rhyme recruits

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# So we're really aiming high

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# Stand up and shout our words and sounds

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# Let's get our rhymes to fly! #

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Robot legs

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Made of tin

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Walk around

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Make a din

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Squeaky joints

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Drop of oil

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Bendy arms

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Silver foil

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-Whizz.

-Bang.

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-Whir.

-Beep.

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I can't wait to take a peep

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Make a silly robot sound

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Then move your robot arms around

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-Beep.

-Beep.

-Beep.

-Beep.

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-ALL:

-Beeeeep!

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Fantastic poem! Well done, recruits!

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Oh, it's filled up our rhyme tanks.

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-ALL:

-Yay!

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Crew, time to head home.

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Rhyme recruits, do one last thing for us.

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Never stop rhyming!

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# Everyone here had brilliant rhymes

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# They're the best we've ever heard

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# But now, recruits, we'll say goodbye

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# And rocket from your world

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# We'll go whizzing through space with a smile on our face

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# From Earth to Planet Rhyme

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# Cheery bye, got to fly must dash, in a flash

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# And see you all next time

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# The Rhyme Rocket The Rhyme Rocket! #

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Mission complete.

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Now we're back on Planet Rhyme,

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your new toy should be ready to be beamed aboard.

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Be my guest.

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Oh, wow.

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How do you switch it on?

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Oh, no.

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What?

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It says batteries not included.

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Well, where can we get batteries?

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Er, the only place they sell them is Planet Earth.

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# The Rhyme Rocket. #

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The crew of the Rhyme Rocket have one mission: to collect poems from around the universe, one rhyme at a time.

When they detect rhyming signals coming from Rhyme Recruits about to perform a poem in Salford, the team blast off to join them. As they zoom through the universe of words they gather rhymes to fuel their rocket, including a poem by Paul Cookson.

When they get to Earth, Professor Poet and Officer Ditty beam down to perform the poem with the Rhyme Recruits.


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