Preschool series. Join Rex as he goes on a caravan holiday in Wales. He goes swimming with parents, rides on an old tram and then has a go on a toboggan.
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Watch this, Dad.
This is Rex, and he is five years old.
Catch me, Dad.
Rex likes to go to the wishing fountain with his family.
Dad has saved up some pennies to throw in it.
Who can get the closest to the middle fountain?
-Do you want to go first?
-Right, I'll go first.
Today, Rex is going to do something new for the first time,
but what will it be?
This is Rex's memory box.
It's helped him remember all the exciting things that have happened.
See if you can spot what goes in it today.
Dad's got some exciting news for Rex.
-Rex, do you know what that is?
-Would you like to go in a caravan?
-Would you like to go on a holiday in a caravan in Wales?
-Can Nanny come too?
Wow, Rex! A caravan holiday, that sounds like great fun.
A caravan is like having a home away from home.
There are two types of caravan,
those that can be towed by a car, and others called static caravans,
that stay in the same place in a caravan park.
Rex has gone to a caravan park in North Wales for his holiday.
Let's see if we can get the keys to our house.
-I'm going to get the keys?
-Are you excited?
-Rex needs to get the keys for the caravan.
We're here to collect the keys for the caravan, please.
-Who's going to be in charge of the keys, Rex?
-Do you think you'll manage to open the door OK?
-I can just hand that to you.
-Thank you very much.
There's your keys.
-Who's in charge of the keys?
-You? There you go, look after them.
Make sure you don't lose them, Rex.
-In charge of the...
-Keys, yay! Come on, then.
I wonder which caravan you'll be staying in, Rex?
Oh, I think it could be this one.
-All right, this is our new caravan. What do you think?
Yeah, can you open the door?
That's it, go on.
That's it. Excellent, well done. Right in we go.
The first thing to go into Rex's memory box is the caravan key.
Wow, what do you think?
It's just like a home.
It's got a lounge,
a bathroom with a toilet and shower, but where are you going to sleep?
-What do you think's down here, Rex?
-Which one are you going to have?
-That looks like mum and dad's room.
And that's in Nanny's room, so where's your room?
-I'll have this one.
-You've chosen the best bedroom.
-Is that your bedroom now, is it?
-Which bed are you going to sleep on?
-Here we go.
Fresh air. Do you think they have a look at who's going past?
-Rex, where's your sister?
-Sleeping in me bed.
I think Tillie's found her bed too.
The second thing into the memory box is the caravan.
-Can I take my shoes off?
-Yeah, make yourself at home.
This is where we're living for the next week.
Now you've settled in, time to do something.
Where do you think you're going next? What are you going to do next?
The swimming pool.
-The swimming pool?! Have you brought your costume?
You have?! That's good, isn't it?
At caravan parks, there are often lots of activities to do,
like swimming or children's clubs.
Many people often go on day trips to explore the area.
-Should we splash Dad?
Rex and his family have come to the pool to have some fun.
He's a really good swimmer.
All changed and ready to go.
Ready, steady, go! Swim here.
-Can you swim to the other side?
Ball games! I love ball games.
Back at the caravan, Rex is helping Mum make the dinner.
Can you pour those tins of beans in there for me, please?
Yeah, are they all out?
I think you've got them all.
Will you hold this empty plate for me?
-And you can butter them when they come out.
-These are all them...
-For everybody. How many slices do we need?
-Me, Dad, then me...
-And Nanny and Tillie.
-Thank you very much.
-Thank you, me little waiter.
-Lovely, thank you.
Oh, you're having a bit of everything?
-Thank you very much, Rex.
-That looks yummy.
-Excited for your first night in the caravan, Rex?
-What's the best bit about the caravan?
The bedroom? Mmm!
Would you get the dishes washed up,
and then we'll get you ready for bed?
Rex helps Dad wash up the dishes before getting ready for bed.
Scrub, scrub, scrub.
A good brush. You've had lots to eat today.
Once upon a time, there was a little boy called Rex...
-Rex loves a bedtime story.
-..to go on a special caravan holiday.
So, I wonder what exciting things Rex is going to get up to
tomorrow, but now it's time to snuggle down
and get you get yourself a lovely good nights sleep.
We'll wake up with the sun tomorrow,
and then go on the special surprises, OK?
Can you get right down? Shuffle down. Good boy.
Kiss. Night-night, love you loads.
See you in the morning.
Morning, Rex. Time to wake up.
-Did you sleep well?
-Yeah? You ready to have a good, fun day?
-Come on, then.
-How did you sleep?
-Oh, where's your sister?
There she is! Do you want to come in our castle?
-Come on, then. Can Rex fit in?
-There's room for a little one.
-Don't think I'm going to fit in there.
-You're a bit too big, Dad,
-A bit too big.
-Too big for the castle, Dad.
What are we doing today?
-Why don't we get ready and go out for the day?
-Yeah, let's do that.
-We'll get ready and get out for the day, yeah?
Today, Rex is going to explore a big hill called The Great Orme.
Let's get them, Rex. Big step.
They travel up the hill on an old tram.
-That's it, you sit here.
-Off we go!
Do you think we're going to make it with all these people in?
Do you think you could walk up here?
We're dropping you off here and meeting you at the top?
-Who do you think would win?
-Definitely with those fast legs.
-Look, Rex, there's another tram. Hello!
-Keep your hands in.
What a great ride,
but now it's time to get off the tram, as Rex and his family have got
-to the top of the Great Orme.
-You can see people over the hill.
Can you, whereabouts? Is that the people down there?
I think they've got a little doggie there, can you see it?
Look at those views!
As a special treat, Rex has come to have a toboggan ride.
It's like a sled with wheels! So, who's going to be the fastest?
-Who's going on the teams?
-Mum's going on my team.
-I'm on your team?
-We've got to go against Dad?
Are you ready? Off we go!
Bye, Dad. See you later!
-It's fun, Rex. What do you think?
-This is scary.
-Your turn, Dad.
It looks like they're having great fun.
-I can't even see him!
-Come on, Dad.
Not going to catch us now!
I don't think Dad's going to catch up with Rex!
The third thing going into the memory box is the toboggan.
After all that fun, Rex, Mum, and Nana are back at the caravan
-Hey, Rex, do you fancy a game of snap? I've got some cards.
-Who do you think's going to win?
-Share them out.
-Gather your cards up when Nan's given them all out.
-I love Snap!
Everybody's got the same chance to win it.
-Turn them the other way. Do you want to go first?
-Go on, then.
-Yeah, he's ready.
Put one down and let's have a look. See who can get snap.
-Nearly, Rex. Play again.
-Do you think maybe Mum's going to win?
I've got three cards left.
-Oh, you said it!
-I said it, you didn't.
Well done, Rex. You won the game.
The fourth thing into the memory box is are the snap cards.
Today, Rex went on a caravan holiday.
Do you remember what happened? Let's have a look at the memory box.
First, Rex arrived at his caravan and got his key.
Then, he explores the caravan and picked his bedroom.
Next, Rex had a day out and raced Dad on a toboggan.
And finally, he played cards in his caravan.
Today, Rex went on a caravan holiday.
There's a first time for everything!
Join Rex as he goes on a caravan holiday in Wales. Rex is excited to find out he's going on a holiday in a caravan with all his family. When he arrives at the caravan park he collects the keys to the caravan and then explores his home for the holidays. Rex then goes swimming with Mum and Dad before helping Mum prepare the dinner.
The next day Rex and his family go for a day out exploring. Rex takes a ride on an old tram, then he has a go on a toboggan, where he races Dad down the hill. Rex ends his day back at the caravan playing games with his mum and Nana.