Hard Work Treasure Champs


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Hard Work

Preschool show about moral values. Kari has been training hard for a dance competition, but Barry hasn't practiced at all. Can some last-minute training help him?


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# Treasures are the special things

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-We think.

-And feel.

-And do.

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# Treasure Champs are heroes

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-Like him.

-And her.

-And you.

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# So every day let's do our best

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# We're Treasure Champs

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# We're on a quest

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# We're Treasure Champs. #

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DANCE MUSIC PLAYS

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Hi, Treasure Champs.

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Today's treasure is hard work

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and we're hard at work rehearsing for a dance competition.

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Well, I am.

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I'm rehearsing. Look.

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SHE TURNS OFF MUSIC

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You need to try harder than that.

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What do you mean? I'm practising the left-handed little finger wiggle.

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-It's a very tricky move, I'll have you know.

-If you say so.

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-I'll do more later.

-Later?

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Come on, Barry, you need to put in some hard work now

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so we're good in the competition.

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Oh! Oh!

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Oh, that was hard work.

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TRUMPETS PLAY

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# What, what, what, what, what do you think?

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# What, what, what, what, what do you say?

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What does it mean?

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-What do you do...

-# About this treasure?

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# It's over to you. #

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My mum is a teacher and it's hard work for her

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because sometimes the kids are naughty.

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I worked really hard at my trampolining

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and now I can do backflips and front flips.

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I worked very hard for my maths test.

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My dad is a chef and he works really, really hard in the kitchen.

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So once, when I was learning at home, my eight times table,

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at first I was getting them all wrong.

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Like for example, eight times six and I just said, "62."

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When I keep practising, when I've worked hard one day,

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really hard, then I managed to get them all right.

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Stand by, the dance competition will now begin.

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Dancers, round one.

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-Are you ready, Barry?

-Erm...

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MUSIC PLAYS

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Get ready to catch me.

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Barry!

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ONE PERSON CLAPS

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I'm sorry, Kari. I've let you down.

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You're right.

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I do need to work hard if we want to do well in this competition.

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Oh, thanks, Barry.

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Oh, we've still got time to train before round two.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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I did it!

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Oh, it feels great putting in hard work.

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Well done, Barry. Quick!

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-It's nearly time for...

-Round Two.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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-Ready?

-Ready.

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We did it!

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-Yay! Our hard work paid off.

-Yay!

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Let's celebrate by hearing a story about some Treasure Champs

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who learnt all about hard work.

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Hello, Treasure Champs.

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I'm Gemma and this is an old story called The Treasure In The Field.

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Once upon a time, there was... a farmer.

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The farmer worked very hard.

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He dug the soil, he sowed the seeds and he grew amazing

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crops which he sold to make money to look after his three children.

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But his three children were very lazy and never helped.

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One day, the farmer sadly died

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but he'd written a message for his children to read.

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"My children.

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"I've worked hard for you my whole life and now I'm gone,

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"you will have to work hard for yourselves.

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"Some days may feel long and you might become tired,

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"but I promise you will feel rewarded.

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"Although it doesn't look like it, there is

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"treasure hidden in the land around you."

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Treasure? This sounds like fun!

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The children couldn't believe it. They were going to be rich!

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They were so excited, they started to dig straightaway.

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Oh!

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Oh!

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Oh!

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Oh! Eurgh!

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They dug and they dug, but they couldn't find treasure anywhere.

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They didn't give in, though.

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They dug all day, they dug all night until they'd dug everywhere!

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It was really hard work.

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They were so tired and they still hadn't found any riches.

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They began to wonder if it was a trick.

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Dad definitely said to dig, but we've dug the whole land

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and haven't found any treasure.

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Oh. Seeds?

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Well, we've done all the digging. We may as well plant them.

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What do you think? Yeah?

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So the three children planted the seeds.

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After all, it's what their father would've done.

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Then many months later, they discovered something amazing.

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All our hard work digging has made the crops grow even bigger

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than ever!

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THEY CHEER

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-Fruit and veg.

-Fruit and veg.

-Come and get your lovely fruit and veg!

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Oh.

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They sold all their crops and made lots of money.

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Thank you very much, madam.

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They realised that their father had been teaching them

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the meaning of hard work.

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They'd dug up all the land and their hard work had made them rich.

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Now it was hard work telling that treasure story,

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but it was worth it.

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Thank you both so much for helping me.

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It's based on an old fable by a man called Aesop.

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-See you soon.

-ALL:

-Bye.

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The children were Treasure Champs in the end,

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doing all that hard work.

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-Do you know one of the best things about hard work?

-What?

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Afterwards, you deserve a good, long rest.

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Yippee!

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HE SNORES

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LAUGHTER

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Let's see you Treasure Champs hard at work.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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# How, how, how, how How do you do it?

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# How, how, how, how How does it feel?

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# How does it look?

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# What do you do about this treasure?

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# It's over to you. #

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HE PLAYS THE UKULELE

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Hi, I'm Rex and I've been learning to play the ukulele for two years.

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The ukulele is like a small guitar.

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It's so much fun to play and it makes a great sound.

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-Hi, Mike.

-Morning, how are you doing?

-Very well.

-Good to see you.

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Today, my ukulele teacher, Mike,

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is coming round for a lesson.

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Rex, I'm going to teach you a little technique called

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the spider and that helps us to get control of each

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one of our fingers so we can play a tricky song like this. OK? So...

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And that's helping us gain control of our fingers.

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So do you want to try that? That one. There you go.

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Same on the next string.

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Brilliant, excellent, so that's the spider.

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Let's try the first section. We'll just do this little bit.

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HE PLAYS

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-Oh, my!

-It's quite tricky, that one.

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Let's not try and do it fast just yet.

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Let's slow it down and get all the fingers right.

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Playing instruments is always tricky to begin with.

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But if you put in hard work and

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learn the notes, you can make music.

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What a great skill to have!

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This tune is the hardest one I've learnt so far.

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OK, good job, buddy. Good lesson. Give me five.

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Now I'm feeling confident,

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I'm going to put on a show for my whole family.

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I've made a poster ready for my performance.

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I hope I remember all of the music.

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HE PLAYS

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APPLAUSE

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I'm really happy everyone enjoyed my show.

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All of my hard work practising has paid off.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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-I'm Ollie and this is my sister, Eve.

-I love raspberries.

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Days out with grandma are so much fun.

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Today we've come to a fruit farm.

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-Hello.

-Hello. Have you come to pick some fruit? ALL:

-Yes, please.

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-At this fruit farm, we're allowed to pick our own fruit.

-Thank you.

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-We've been given a basket each. We're ready to start picking.

-Wow!

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So which ones do we pick, Grandma?

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I would look under the leaves

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because that's where the big ones are.

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-Look at this one, Grandma, this one's quite good.

-Oh, yeah.

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We can pick as much fruit as we like.

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Do you think we've got enough fruit yet?

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-Not quite. Let's keep on going.

-OK.

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That looks like hard work.

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But they're working hard together.

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-Look at how much they've picked.

-Yummy, yummy.

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All that hard work is definitely worth it.

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-Let's go and make some ice cream.

-Yeah!

-Ice cream time!

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First we need to wash our hands and the fruit we've picked.

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We're helping grandma turn the fruit into juice.

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We then get rid of all the pips and seeds.

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Next, we need eggs and sugar.

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I'm working really hard to mix this all together.

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-Are you ready? Are you going to mix?

-OK.

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Ready, Ollie?

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We have to put it in the freezer and it might take a while to freeze.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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-Yes, it's here. Yay.

-Yay.

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All your hard work has paid off.

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-Look at that.

-Delicious.

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Wow! You Treasure Champs really know about hard work.

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I loved working hard at my dancing, so I'm going to enter us

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into another competition.

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-Another one?

-Can you ride a unicycle?

-No.

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-Can you juggle?

-Er, no,

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but I'm sure I could if I worked hard.

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I like your attitude.

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We'd better get practising

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because we have a juggling on a unicycle race coming up!

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Let's give it a go.

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Just going to... Oh!

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..take some... Oh! ..practice.

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LAUGHTER

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Bye, see you next time.

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# Every day let's do our best

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# We're Treasure Champs We're on a quest

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# We're Treasure Champs!

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# Treasure Champs! #

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Kari has been training hard for a dance competition, but Barry hasn't at all. Can some last-minute training make him the perfect partner for Kari's routine?

We meet one Treasure Champ who is working hard to play the ukulele, and another enjoys a day out fruit picking in order to make ice cream.

And storyteller Gemma tells us a story all about finding hidden treasure in a field.