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# Where, where, where in the world?

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# Where, where, where shall we go?

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# Time for a trip, away we go

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# Over mountains and oceans, sunshine and snow

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# Discover new places, make friends on the way

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# So where in the world shall we visit today?

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# Where, where, where in the world?

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# Where, where, where shall we go today?

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# Where shall we go?

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# And who shall we see? #

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Let's visit Angel in Peru.

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This morning, Angel's going to play with his cousins.

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But first, he needs something to eat.

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It's very hot outside, so this shady spot is the perfect place to sit

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and have breakfast.

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Angel's mum's cooked him two delicious egg sandwiches.

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And there's tasty porridge with pears, too.

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I bet you're full now, Angel.

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Mum really is a great cook.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Thank you.

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After breakfast, Angel's supposed to wash the dishes.

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But I think he's decided he'd rather play his favourite game - football.

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And so, he's off to find his team-mates -

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his cousins, Santiago and Juan, who live in the house across the garden.

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They love football as much as Angel.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Hey, Santiago! Fancy playing football?

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I can't. I've got to wash the dishes.

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I'll be there as soon as I've finished.

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Sorry, Angel. Dishes first, then football.

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Back to the sink you go!

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You clean your dishes inside...

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..while Santiago takes his outside.

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Time to get washing.

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Finished! Well done, Angel.

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So, it must be football time, now.

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Not yet, Angel.

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I think there's another job you've forgotten before kick-off.

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That's right. You promised Grandma you'd sweep the front room.

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Your cousins have finished their jobs, Angel.

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How are you doing?

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-TRANSLATION:

-Lift up your feet, please, Grandma.

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Hurry up, Angel! Santiago and Juan are ready to play.

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SHE COUNTS IN SPANISH

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At last, your jobs are all done, Angel.

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It's time to play football.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Give it to me.

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It's Angel and goalkeeper Juan against Santiago.

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And I wonder which team Great-Granddad's supporting?

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-TRANSLATION:

-Throw it out.

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Wow!

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THEY CHEER

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Santiago's taken the lead.

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Can you get the ball back, Angel?

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-TRANSLATION:

-No, it's too high.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Ah! I fell.

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Will Juan and Angel score a goal?

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-TRANSLATION:

-That's a hand ball. Penalty! Penalty!

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Yes, Santiago. You can only use your hands if you're in goal, like Juan.

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It's a great chance to score, Angel.

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And you've done it!

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HE CHEERS

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-Goal!

-G-o-o-o-al!

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Have a great day playing football with your cousins, Angel.

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# Where shall we go?

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# And who shall we see? #

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Let's catch up with Rhys in Canada.

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It's a cold and icy morning here at Rhys's school.

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Good morning!

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Hello! Good morning.

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Now you've arrived, Rhys, you can warm up.

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Off with your boots and all your outdoor clothes.

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Now, on with your indoor shoes and you're ready to start.

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So, I'm going to have you hand out the journals. But don't start yet...

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Rhys's first lesson is writing, and his teacher, Mrs Bjorg,

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is asking the class to describe yesterday's skiing lesson.

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Any new words here that we should add on?

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Any other feeling words that we didn't... Anybody cold yesterday?

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CHILDREN: Yes.

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-Freezing?

-CHILDREN: Yes.

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-Yes, Griffin.

-Hurt.

-Hurt?

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Yeah, there were a few people that had some big falls.

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I heard someone say "swoosh".

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-Rhys?

-"Weeee"? Like, just going like, "Weeee!"

-Oh, good'un. Yup.

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"Weeee!" Down the hill.

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Good.

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Right, Rhys.

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It's time to turn all those great words into

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a story about your day on the ski slopes.

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Who would like to read out what they've got so far?

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Rhys, can you read what you've got out loud, please?

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In a big voice.

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"Crash! Yard sale. Yesterday was day three of skiing at Norquay.

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"I had three bad crashes. I almost fell down a fenced-in cliff!

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"Another one of my bad crashes was a yard sale.

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"A yard sale is when you get rid of everything, even your poles.

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"I love skiing."

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Good job. I like the way you ended it.

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After all that writing, Rhys and his friends have wrapped up again.

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It's freezing cold, but no-one wants to miss playtime.

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Oh! You OK?

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And playing games is the perfect way to keep warm.

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Patea's it.

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-21, 22, 23..

-Patea has to try and catch Rhys and his friends.

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Ready or not, here I come!

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Great catch, Patea!

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Rhys still hasn't been caught.

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To finish the game, he needs to get back to base...

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Yeah!

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..the fence.

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You did it, Rhys!

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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OK, guys. Let's line up and go in for... Let's go. Be careful on the ice.

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Ah!

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I bet you're all warmed up now, Rhys.

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The next lesson's science, and Rhys is learning about the ear.

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-ALL:

-# The outer ear's connected to the ear canal

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# The ear canal's connected to the eardrum

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-# The eardrum's connected to the...

-Singing's a great way to learn.

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-# And that's how I hear you! #

-Good job, you guys.

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After science, it's time for sports,

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and Rhys and his friends are going to play

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a game that's really popular in Canada...

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Go grab a stick.

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..floor hockey.

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It's fun, and it's also great practice for ice hockey.

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-Rhys, do you want to be in net?

-Sure.

-Go for it.

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Mrs Bjorg wants the children to practise their shooting.

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Rhys is in goal.

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First, it's Marlow. Will he be able to score?

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Ooh, it's a miss!

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OK, Emily.

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Emily's next. Can she do any better?

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Great save, Rhys!

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Last, it's Griffin. Will he score?

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ALL CHEER Yes, it's a goal!

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Unlucky, Rhys.

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School's finished for another day.

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Now it's back into the cold for the walk home.

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# Where shall we go?

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# And who shall we see? #

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Let's see what Tyra's up to,

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in Ghana.

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There's plenty of jobs to do today for Tyra and her mum.

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Right now, they need to cook their meal.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Now it's doing it.

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Now it's heating up.

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Tyra helps by carefully stirring in the oil.

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Mum's watching closely, because the oil will soon be very hot.

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More oil.

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Bring the onion.

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I'll do it.

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Put it down!

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Tyra wants to stir the onions, but that's a job for Mum.

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While the onions are cooking, Tyra's got some other jobs she wants to do.

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To start with, there's washing to be done.

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Tyra's only playing,

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but she knows just how her mum cleans the clothes.

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All by hand.

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Rub it,

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rinse it,

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and wring it out.

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So, while Mum's squeezing out the tomato paste...

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..Tyra's hanging out the clothes to dry in the sun...

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..and carefully folding them.

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Now the clothes have been washed, it's teddy's turn.

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-TRANSLATION:

-Now, I'm just going to wash you.

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Cos I don't have time to bath you today.

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SHE IMITATES WATER POURING

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How do you know how to rinse hair so well, Tyra?

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I bet you learnt that from your mum, too.

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Sit down there for me.

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Now, Tyra's putting the fresh, clean clothes on teddy.

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I've done it wrong.

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I'll turn it around.

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SHE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE

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Tracey.

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Yes?

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TRANSLATION: Is it a boy or a girl?

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A girl.

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TRANSLATION: Let me see it better.

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TRANSLATION: Bring it down some more.

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OK.

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TRANSLATION: And your baby girl's called...?

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-Jessica.

-Jessica!

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Tyra and her mum have been very busy,

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and after all that washing, Tyra's really hungry.

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But at last, the food's ready to eat.

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Is it nice?

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Yes.

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I like it.

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Tyra's enjoying the tasty lunch.

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And so is Jessica!

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What a great day it's been for everyone.

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Angel played football with his cousins.

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Rhys had fun in school and out in the cold.

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And Tyra spent a lovely morning with her mum and her teddy.

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I wonder who we'll meet next time.

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Stories about the everyday lives of children living in eight different countries around the world.

In this programme we visit three children who are all finding lots of interesting things to do.

In Peru, Angel plays football with his cousins - once he has completed his chores...

In Canada, Rhys plays games in school, where it's warm, and outside in the chilly snow.

And in Ghana, Tyra helps her mum cook lunch and plays with her teddy.

We see that, although children live in different countries, may look different and speak different languages, the joys and challenges of childhood are universal.


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