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Lennox, where shall we sit Teddy?
-Do you want to set him out?
This is Lennox, and he is three years old.
-What about this one?
Lennox is playing with his teddy bears with his mum and dad.
-Look, Lennox. What do you think I have inside this box?
-Do you want to see?
Wow, look at this.
Let's see what we've got.
Can you tell me what this is?
-It's a spoon.
-What else have you got?
What is this one?
-That's not a spoon.
-A fork. Good man.
Today, Lennox will do something new for the first time,
but what will it be?
This is Lennox's memory box.
It helps him remember the exciting things that have happened.
See if you can remember what goes in it today.
Will we put some food out? What food have we got?
Lennox is having a picnic with his teddies.
I wonder what food your teddies would like.
-Yeah, that would be nice.
What else? What's that?
-Banana, and grapes.
So, now that we've had our teddy bears' picnic,
-would you like to go on a real picnic with Mummy and Daddy?
It'll be a real adventure. We'll have to get ready.
A picnic? That sounds like great fun!
A picnic is a meal that is usually eaten outdoors.
Often, we have a picnic in places like a park,
or in the countryside,
or by the sea.
It's great fun to go on a picnic with family and friends
when the weather is good.
Lennox has come to the shop to buy some groceries to make his picnic.
-Can you help? Good man. Set it down.
-Let's see over here.
-Wow, let's see over here.
-What fruit do we like?
-What are they?
-Put them in.
Mmm! I love strawberries.
-What about some of these?
Carrots are tasty and healthy.
-Let's see, is there any fruit up here?
Would you like an orange? OK. Can you reach?
Grab it. Yeah.
-I got it.
-Put it in. Good boy.
-Yeah, well done.
You'll need some bread for sandwiches.
Can you smell it? Does it smell nice? Yeah?
-Put it in the basket for me.
-Put it in here, buddy. Good man.
And some jam to go on the bread.
-Can you pick one and put it in the basket?
-What's this one?
Don't forget the drinks.
-Want to put it in the basket?
That's everything. Time to go home and make your picnic.
Clean, clean, clean, clean, clean!
Let's wash our hands while Mum cuts fruit and vegetables.
Mmm! Does that smell nice?
What are you going to put in your sandwiches, Lennox?
-Wow, it's lovely.
They're your favourite sandwiches, aren't they?
And we do our shape.
Let's see if you can do the choo-choo shape. Yeah?
What's that you've got, Lennox?
Right, put it in the middle.
Really strong. Go!
-What's it going to be?
Ah! It's a train!
-Will we wrap them up for our picnic?
Almost time to go.
The first thing in Lennox's
memory box are his train sandwiches.
-That's the picnic packed.
-Let's go, yeah!
Time to catch the ferry.
Lennox and his family are going to an island for their picnic.
Once all the cars and people are loaded, it's time to go.
-I love to go fast!
-It is going fast.
-Look at the water going all fast.
-What do you think you'll see on the island?
You're going to see beaches?
Yeah. Are you looking forward to the picnic? Are you super excited?
Time to get off.
The second item into the memory box
is the ferry.
Lennox and his family are exploring the island.
Lennox, do you know what this is? It's a lighthouse.
Let's go and see.
A lighthouse is a big tower
which has a bright light to guide ships at sea.
In the old days, lighthouse keepers looked after the light.
But this is now done automatically.
Lennox is exploring where the lighthouse keeper lived.
-Ah! This is the lighthouse keeper's bedroom.
-What do you think it would be like to sleep in here?
-I can see his jammies on the bed.
On top of the bed. Do you see them on the pillow?
Can you see his hat? Is that his uniform?
That's his uniform, that's what he wears to work.
-Will we go downstairs, see what the lighthouse is like?
-This is the lighthouse.
Look, can you see that there?
-Spinning round and round? The big light? What colour is it?
Red. Do you know what that does?
That sends out a signal so all the ships can see it.
-If you were a ship, do you think you'd see that big light?
I think the boat can see it, and so can the birds.
-Let's see over here.
-Wow. Will we go over there?
See if we can see some birds. Yeah?
-Where they are?
-Come on over.
-Oh, wow. Look, Lennox.
They're back to front. This way.
Here. There you go. What do you see, Lennox?
-Do you want to have a look through this?
-There's lots of birds on the island.
-Have a look.
-What do you see? How many birdies can you see?
-Do you see one?
-They're so big.
-All the birds.
Do they look really close up?
-What is it?
Well spotted, Lennox. Those birds are called razorbills.
The third item into the memory box
are the birds.
Lennox, where will we have our picnic?
Will we have it here or down at the harbour?
-The harbour, OK.
-I'm so excited.
-You're so excited.
It's important you choose the right spot to have your picnic.
Lennox has chosen a place near the harbour
and next to the beach to have his.
Everyone is looking forward to their picnic.
-This is the perfect place to have our picnic.
Here. Will we sit here? This is the perfect place.
-Look at the water.
-Can you help Daddy set up the picnic?
-Will we get the bag ready?
Let's see what we've got. I think we need the mat.
I think the birdie might want some of our picnic.
-Are you going to sit here?
So the wind doesn't blow it away on us.
That looks cosy.
-Will we see what we've got inside?
-Are you excited?
-A wee drink, too.
What have we got?
It all looks so tasty.
-And what's this?
-Lennox, should we have our sandwiches?
Ooh! Your tasty train sandwiches!
-Mmm! Is it nice?
I think train sandwiches are the best kind.
What are you going to have next?
-Let's see that one you've got.
-Nice juicy strawberries.
They're juicy strawberries, they're lovely.
Can I have one?
I think it's time for a game.
I'm too fast. I'm too fast.
Well done, Lennox. You caught him!
-I go catch Mummy.
Tag. Get Mummy.
Uh-oh, look out, Mum!
Mummy's too slow.
It looks like someone else wants to play.
-Oh, do you see him? Hi!
It's a seal.
-Come on over!
-Did you see him?
-He's away back under.
I think he's shy. Bye-bye, seal.
The fourth thing into
the memory box is the seal.
Today, Lennox went on a picnic.
Can you remember what happened?
Let's have a look in the memory box.
First, Lennox made train sandwiches for his picnic.
Next, Lennox went on a ferry to an island.
Then he looked around a lighthouse and saw some birds.
Finally, Lennox enjoyed a picnic with his family, and saw a seal.
Today, Lennox went on a picnic. There's a first time for everything.