Little Human Planet follows the lives of young children from around the world, giving a glimpse to our CBeebies viewers of how their counterparts live wherever they are. It's a celebration of what makes children different and what makes them the same around the world in a colourful and often surprising voyage of discovery.
In this programme we travel to the plains of Mongolia to meet four year old Shoree and her family. They are a family of nomad Mongolian herders that often move home in search of fresh grass and new rains. Their home is called a 'ger' - a round home that can be dismantled or put up in a couple of hours. Here,Shoree shows us around the 'ger' and the family livestock of yaks before busily helping the family construct a new ger. Cleverly, they build the ger around the furniture!
You can find out more about the series on the Grown-ups website http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/grownups/about/programmes/littlehumanplanet.shtml
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