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# This is out street

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# It's where we live

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-# We love to play together...#

-Topsy!

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Quick, Tim!

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# Just like you

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-# Just like us...#

-Topsy, run.

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-# And we'll be friends forever...#

-Go, Tim!

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# We can be anything

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# If we close our eyes and dream

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# We can play day after day

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# And the fun will never end

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# This is our street

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# It's where we live

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# So let's all play together

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# Be best friends forever. #

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-Hello.

-Hello.

-BOTH: It's us!

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-Topsy!

-And Tim!

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THEY LAUGH

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-Mummy is coming home.

-Today!

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-OK, can you take those, please, Topsy?

-OK, Dad.

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I can't wait to see Mummy.

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'Mummy's been visiting Granny Molly, who has been ill this week.'

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-Mummy's going to love these flowers.

-Yeah.

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'But now Granny Molly's better, Mummy's coming home.

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'We're going to pick her up from the railway station later.'

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When does Mummy's train arrive, Dad?

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Lunchtime, so we need to plant these. Into the kitchen. Thank you.

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'We're planting hanging baskets either side of our front door...

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'as a surprise for Mummy when she gets home!'

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-Is there one for me, Dad?

-Yes, of course there is.

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That's yours. Thank you.

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'Dad and I put newspaper on our kitchen worktop.'

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Unfold it. Here we go.

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-Just the right size, Dad.

-Yeah, maybe one more. Thank you.

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Why are we gardening in the kitchen?

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It's not really gardening, it's making something.

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-We're making hanging baskets.

-What's the newspaper for?

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To make sure we don't get too messy.

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-Are you ready to plant your very first hanging basket?

-Yes!

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Yes! OK. Can you grab the basket, and put it on the surface?

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-Basket.

-Basket. OK.

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Now, this is very special soil, Tim.

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-It's called compost.

-Compost.

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Yeah. Now, watch this.

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THEY GIGGLE

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-It goes straight through the basket.

-Yeah, correct.

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So, we need to put that green lining inside the basket. Thank you.

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Straight in there.

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OK. Now, you try putting some more compost in.

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OK.

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Compost is going inside the basket, and it's staying in here now.

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Yes, well done, Tim.

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You carry on filling the basket up with compost, and I'll grab Topsy.

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OK.

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-Topsy? Can you come and make your hanging basket, please?

-Coming!

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-How we doing?

-Really well. Look!

-Very good.

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'Tim shows me how to put the liner and compost in my basket.

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'And then I plant my strawberries!'

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-Wow!

-Look, Dad.

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-I've got four strawberries on my strawberry plant.

-Great.

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Your plant will grow more strawberries soon.

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-Sunshine and water is all they need.

-Please can we eat one now?

-No.

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-I know. Let's save them until Mummy gets home later.

-Yay!

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-Mummy will love eating my strawberries.

-Topsy.

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Super-wash your hands, please. Right, the hanging baskets are finished.

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-All we need to do is hang them up.

-Careful, Dad!

-Oh!

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-You're dropping compost all over the place.

-Yes, I'll try not to.

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I know what to do.

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We need to make a road.

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-Great idea, Tim!

-Yeah.

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DAD LAUGHS

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-It's like a rocky road.

-Yes. Oh!

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-Newspaper.

-Newspaper road!

-Coming through.

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'Dad carefully carries our baskets outside

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'to hang them up by the front door.'

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-Coming down!

-Ah!

-Ah!

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OK, thank you. Down you come.

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'Our hanging baskets are up!

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'And Mummy's going to love them.'

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Here you go. Ohhh! OK.

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Do we really need to water the plants?

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-We've only just made them.

-Oh, yes. We need to water them every day.

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-Maybe even twice a day.

-You splashed me and Daddy.

-Sorry, Tim.

-That's OK.

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Plants get thirsty, especially in summer. OK, thank you. Down you pop.

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There we go.

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THEY LAUGH

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-Can we collect Mummy now, Dad?

-No, not quite yet. We've still...

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Oh, my goodness. Look at the time. We need to go now!

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-Help me tidy inside and find my car keys. BOTH:

-Right!

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'Dad drives us to the train station. Just in time!'

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I'm going to see Mummy first.

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Hold on to my hands, please!

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Don't run to the platform without me. Thank you.

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'But the platform is empty.

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'Mummy's train hasn't arrived yet.'

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-Oh, now, you see this yellow line, Topsy and Tim?

-Yes.

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-You must never cross that line.

-Why, Dad?

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Because the yellow line stops people getting too

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close to the railway tracks.

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Yeah, just like that. Very good.

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Oh! Look! Dad, Tim!

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-Oh!

-Hanging basket.

-Can we go watch the man?

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-I think he's about to water them. Should we say hello?

-Yes.

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'We find out that the man's name is Bob. He works at the station.

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'We tell him we just made our own hanging baskets for Mummy.'

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-I'm Brian, nice to meet you.

-Hi, Brian.

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-Would you like to help me water these hanging baskets?

-Yes, please.

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'We tell Bob we know all about hanging baskets.

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'They need lots of compost and compost is special soil.

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'We tell him that you need to water them twice a day

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'when it's warm, because they get thirsty.'

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Wow, this is fun.

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Good boy.

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My go, my go!

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'We all get a little bit wet.'

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-Oh!

-TOPSY LAUGHS

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In the basket, Topsy.

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-Lovely.

-Your go.

-Thank you.

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TOPSY LAUGHS

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-Oh!

-OK.

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-Give it back to Bob.

-Thank you.

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Thank you, Bob.

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Topsy and Tim, I think there's someone here to see you. Look.

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-BOTH:

-Mummy! Mummy!

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Oh, I have missed you. My goodness, you're both so wet.

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What on earth have you been up to?

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Hello. Welcome home.

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Oh... How are you all?

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-I missed you so!

-I missed you so much!

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OK, let's take these back to the car, shall we?

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'As soon as she gets out of the car, Mummy notices our hanging baskets.'

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-Oh, wow. Look at these.

-Do you like them, Mummy? Do you like them?

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They are amazing.

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The flowers are red. And it matches the front door.

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Red is my favourite colour. It's brilliant, Tim. Thank you.

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-Are those strawberries?

-Yes.

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There are only four now, but you can pick them

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-and eat them, Mummy.

-We can all share them. Thank you, Topsy.

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That's so clever of you.

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And that's when mummy said...

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' "Oh, it's good to be home, I've missed you." '

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-It's good to be home, I've missed you both.

-We've missed you.

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-Oh, thank you.

-Welcome home, Mummy.

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Let's get inside and wash these strawberries

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-because I can't wait to eat them!

-Yeah!

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BOTH: ' "And that," said Dad, "was that." '

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-BOTH:

-Hello.

-Are you good at remembering?

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Can you remember what happened to us today?

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This is our Topsy and Tim memory game. Let's play.

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THEY GIGGLE

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Today, we made hanging baskets for Mummy.

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Can you remember what Topsy planted in her hanging basket?

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Was it flowers? Or was it strawberries?

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The answer is behind Wiggles the rabbit.

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Look, the answer is strawberries!

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-Watch this.

-Wow, look at these.

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-Do you like them, Mummy? Do you like them?

-They're amazing!

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The flowers are red. And it matches the front door.

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Red is my favourite colour. It's brilliant, Tim. Thank you.

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-Are those strawberries?

-Yes.

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There are only four now, but you can pick them

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-and eat them, Mummy.

-We can all share them. Thank you, Topsy.

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That's so clever of you.

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Great game.

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-That was good fun.

-See you soon.

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# We can play day after day

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# And the fun will never end

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# So let's all play together

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# Be best friends forever. #

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It's the day Mummy returns home from visiting Grandma Molly. Before picking Mummy up from the train station, Dad helps Topsy and Tim make her a special welcome home surprise for the front of the house.


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