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-KIDS CHANT:

-Where? Where? Where in the world?

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Where? Where? Where shall we go?

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# Time for a trip

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# Away we go

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# Over mountains and oceans

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# Sunshine and snow

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# Discover new places

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# 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?

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# Where shall we go today? #

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-KIDS CHANT:

-Where shall we go and who shall we see?

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Let's visit Truc in Vietnam.

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It's the weekend and Truc is going on a trip

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with her parents and her sister Na.

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They're heading out to the countryside

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because that's where Great-Grandma lives.

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But it's a long way.

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HE SPEAKS IN OWN LANGUAGE

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-Nearly there!

-BOTH CHEER

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Hooray, we're nearly there!

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CHILDREN YELL PLAYFULLY

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Today, Truc's whole family has come to Great-Grandma's house.

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HE SPEAKS IN OWN LANGUAGE

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Have you said hello to Great-Grandma, Truc?

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GREAT-GRANDMA SPEAKS IN OWN LANGUAGE

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-How are you, Great-Grandma?

-I'm fine, thanks.

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Great-Grandma is the oldest member of the family.

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She's almost 90.

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-Are you looking forward to lunch?

-Yes, I am.

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And are you being a good girl at school?

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Yes, I'm being good.

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This is a very important part of Great-Grandma's house.

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The family has left gifts here of fruit, rice cakes and money.

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This place helps them remember Truc's Great-Grandad,

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who died a long time ago.

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SHE SPEAKS IN OWN LANGUAGE

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Truc's grandad is burning some sweet-smelling sticks.

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-THEY SPEAK IN OWN LANGUAGE

-Put your hands together...

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..and each take a stick of incense.

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Truc and her cousins quietly pray for their great-grandad.

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Give the incense back...

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Put it there.

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The sweet smoke makes a strong smell inside the house,

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so it's nice to get outside again.

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What have you seen up there, Truc?

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Oh, it's a star fruit!

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The fruit up there looks big.

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Auntie, can we pick some star fruit?

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Yes, just go ahead and pick them.

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GIRLS CHEER

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These ones are huge!

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I wonder why they're called star fruit.

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Ah! Because when you slice them, they create beautiful stars.

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And what are you dipping your fruit in, Truc?

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It's a bit sour, so I like to dip it in salt.

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What else is there to eat?

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Truc and her cousins want to try the cake.

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After their meal, the grown-ups like to eat sunflower seeds.

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But where are they coming from?

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Ah, Truc has set up her own little shop.

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One spoon, two spoons, three spoons.

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15 dong for a plate of sunflower seeds.

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Dong is the name of the money people use in Vietnam.

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Are there more to sell to the grown-ups?

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Yeah, there are lots of seeds left.

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Can I buy some? How much?

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-They're 10 dong.

-How about five?

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-No.

-Six?

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No!

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OK, ten then, you're too good a saleswoman.

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Here's ten then.

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TRUC LAUGHS

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Your shop is a big success, Truc.

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It might be a long way to Great-Grandma's house...

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..but Truc always has fun with her family.

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-KIDS CHANT:

-Where shall we go and who shall we see?

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Let's catch up with Hamza in Jordan.

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Every day after school, Hamza goes to a taekwondo class.

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It's a popular sport in Jordan and it's Hamza's favourite.

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Every class begins with a warm-up...

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Running around.

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There are children of all different ages in Hamza's group.

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HE SPEAKS IN OWN LANGUAGE

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And Mr Mohammed, the coach, makes sure they do everything right.

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-Go!

-CHILDREN CALL OUT

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MR MOHAMMED ISSUES COMMANDS

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HE YELLS COMMAND

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CHILDREN YELL

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Taekwondo comes from a country called Korea.

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So the class counts up to ten in Korean when they do their stretches.

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-MR MOHAMMED:

-Hanna.

-CHILDREN:

-Hanna.

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-Dul.

-Dul.

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-Set.

-Set.

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-Net.

-Net.

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-Dasot.

-Dasot.

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-Yasot.

-Yasot.

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-Elgob.

-Elgob.

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-Yadol.

-Yadol.

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-Ahop.

-Ahop.

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-Yol.

-Yol.

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HE COUNTS

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Hamza leads the counting for the final stretches...

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..before they practise their taekwondo moves.

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MR MOHAMMED YELLS COMMAND, CHILDREN REPEAT COMMAND

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-CHILDREN CHANT:

-Tae-kwon-do! Tae-kwon-do!

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Tae-kwon! Tae-kwon!

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Tae-kwon-do!

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MR MOHAMMED YELLS COMMAND, CHILDREN CALL OUT

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Today's lesson is all about how to kick.

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MR MOHAMMED YELLS COMMANDS CHILDREN CALL OUT

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Let's see how Hamza gets on practising with the coach.

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MR MOHAMMED YELLS COMMAND, HAMZA CALLS OUT

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MR MOHAMMED REPEATS COMMAND

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MR MOHAMMED REPEATS COMMAND, HAMZA CALLS OUT

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MR MOHAMMED REPEATS COMMAND

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MR MOHAMMED REPEATS COMMAND

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MR MOHAMMED REPEATS COMMAND, HAMZA CALLS OUT

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Good kicking, Hamza!

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CHILD YELLS

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High kicks now.

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HAMZA YELLS Nearly, Hamza!

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Have another go.

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HAMZA YELLS You did it! Fantastic!

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What a great way to finish the class.

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ALL REPEAT CHANT

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ALL CHEER

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Hamza's off home. I wonder if anyone will want to do taekwondo there.

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There's his sisters, Rama and little Mimi.

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Perhaps Rama can be your first pupil, Hamza.

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-Where to stand?

-Stand strong.

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HE YELLS COMMANDS

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SHE GIGGLES

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Now say...

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Tae-kwon!

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Tae-kwon!

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Tae-kwon!

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Tae-kwon!

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-Tae-kwon-do!

-Do...

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Hamza, you've remembered everything!

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Tae-kwon-do!

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And, Rama, you're doing really well.

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But it looks like someone else wants to join in, Hamza.

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Behind you!

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Little Mimi!

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-Tae-kwon-do!

-Hamza!

-MIMI LAUGHS

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Tae-kwon-do!

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LAUGHTER, HAMZA YELLS COMMANDS

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-Tae-kwon!

-HAMZA AND RAMA:

-Tae-kwon!

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HAMZA YELLS COMMANDS

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-Tae-kwon-do!

-Yeah! Mimi did taekwondo!

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That's because she's got a great teacher, Hamza.

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-KIDS CHANT:

-Where shall we go and who shall we see?

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Let's go and see Rhys in Canada.

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I wonder who Rhys is hiding from.

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Ah! It's his grandma and grandad.

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Seren, they're here, get ready, come on!

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It looks like Rhys and his sister Seren are planning

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a surprise for them.

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The plan is, we'll make loads of snowballs and then

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you're going to say when Bom and Pop are here,

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that I'm inside... if they need to talk to me.

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And then I'll hide behind there and pop up

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-and start throwing snowballs at them, OK?

-OK.

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OK, good plan.

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Clever girl.

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There's plenty of snow here to make lots of snowballs.

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They're almost here, Rhys! Time to hide!

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-Rhys is inside if you want him, Pop.

-OK. Well, we want...

-Yah!

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Oh, you! Snowballs!

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-Oh, that's not fair!

-ALL LAUGH

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You wait...

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Oh!

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HE LAUGHS

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-MUM:

-Hi, did you get 'em?

-Yeah.

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-Did you get 'em? Yeah?

-They got us big-time!

-Yep.

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-And Rhys got me, and I'm going to get him back.

-Uh-oh!

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When he's not expecting it.

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Well, we're just going to get some coffees. You can have a sit.

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Yeah-yeah!

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This is my reading and writing...

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Rhys wants to show his grandparents some of the work

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he's been doing at school.

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And this is my writing journal.

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I just finished this project, it's My Perfect Days,

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-you have to plan out your perfect day.

-OK.

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-So you can do anything you want.

-Ah!

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So, like, 7am wake up and for breakfast I would have

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warm porridge with cinnamon on top, with milk for a drink.

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Morning activity, I would be reading Mega Builder.

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For lunch, I'd go to Patrina's restaurant -

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spaghetti with meat sauce...

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An afternoon activity, I'd have a snowball fight

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with my family at Centennial Park,

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and then, 8:30, I would go to bed.

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So, what would your perfect day be?

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-Spending the whole day with you.

-OK.

-And Seren.

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Bom and I were thinking a perfect day would be to have

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-you and Seren come camping with us again.

-Yeah.

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We'd get up in the morning like this,

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except, instead of porridge, we'd have...

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-Likely have bacon and eggs...

-Yeah.

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-And then we'd go for a bike ride and maybe a hike.

-OK, OK.

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And come back and likely have a little bit of lunch.

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-We have bonfire, you guys could have marshmallows.

-Yay!

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And we'd sit and watch the bonfire in the evening.

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Sounds like the perfect day for ALL of you, Grandad.

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Come on, everybody.

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And today's a perfect day too for a walk in the snow

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with their dog Diva.

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They're going to the local river and there's lots of snow here too.

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You all right, Diva?

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The perfect chance for Grandad to get his own back.

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Watch out, Rhys!

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Good shot, Grandad! HE LAUGHS

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ALL LAUGH

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-RHYS:

-Hah!

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Rhys... Remember what I said? I would get you!

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-LAUGHTER

-Snap!

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RHYS LAUGHS

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-Ow!

-Ow!

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Mum and Grandma are having a go too!

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I obviously know you have a snowball.

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RHYS LAUGHS

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Oh-ho-ho! Yeah!

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If Diva could make a snowball, I bet she'd throw one too.

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LAUGHTER

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-All right, you asked for it!

-Oh, yeah!

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Gotcha!

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You know what we used to do? We used to wash people's faces in the snow!

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Whoo! Oh!

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Snowball fights with the whole family...

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Rhys really is having a perfect day.

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-Ooh!

-LAUGHTER

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And what an exciting day it's been for everyone.

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Truc had a wonderful time at Great-Grandma's house.

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Hamza taught his sister some of his new taekwondo moves.

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And Rhys had a snowball fight with all his family.

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I wonder where in the world we'll go 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 having fun with their families.

In Vietnam, Truc, who is seven, spends the day in the country with her cousins and sets up a sunflower seed shop.

In Jordan, eight-year-old Hamza learns some new skills in his tae kwon do class and tries them out on his sister, Rama.

And in Canada, Rhys, who is also eight, has a snowball fight with his grandad.

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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