Show Me Show Me: Series 2: Dolphins and Triangles

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Show Me Show Me: Series 2: Dolphins and Triangles

Show Me Show Me: Series 2: Dolphins and Triangles

 

Chris and Pui investigate and explore within their magical playroom in the sky, and with the help of their favourite toys, bring objects and ideas to life.

Chris and Pui dive with dolphins and take a look at triangles. Dive into the sea with Chris and Pui and see if you can spot any dolphins. Through the telescope watch the dolphins swimming and surfing. Can you move your arm like a dolphin swimming in the sea? One, two, three, dolphins dive in! While we're at the bottom of the sea it's your turn to show Chris and Pui what you know about dolphins.

There are lots of other things to see at the bottom of the sea - look out for a Miss Mouse Mermaid and wibbly wobbly jellyfish Tom. And there are lots of things to see up in the sky. What wonderful things will we see in the clouds today? Join in with Momo's Rainbow song and find out what her favourite colour is today. She's found a blue bottle which Pui helps her turn into a diving dolphin splashing in the water. Imagine you're looking out to sea with Momo, what else can you spot?

Chris and Pui sing about the different things they can see. Is that a shark out there? Phew, it's only a triangle! Chris and Pui think of things a triangle can be. Join in with the actions in Chris's song about a hat with three corners. There are more triangles hiding in the dressing up things can you help Chris and Pui find them? Don't forget to Show Me Show Me your groovy moves!

Ding Ding! The lift's calling. Can the shopkeeper help Twinkle find the perfect instrument to suit her? Can you guess what it will be? There's one last triangle to spot. It's a sail on Pui's boat and perhaps we'll spot one more dolphin before it's time to count back down in the lift.

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