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Play School Season 150

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Season 150, Episode 01 Animals - Monday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Animals - Monday Jan 1, 2005 Monday Actors: Justine Clarke and Jay Laga’aiaPianist: Brian Castles-OnionSongs“Walking Through The Jungle” Composer: Max Lambert Publisher: Penguin“I Can Fly Like A Bird” Composer: Lucille Wood Publisher: Bowmar“Bonjour Mes Amis” Composer: Traditional French (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music Publishing“Okina Taiko” Composer: Chris Okunbor Publisher: Gary & Carol Crees“I Like Peace, I Like Quiet” Composer: Michael Cole & Peter Gosling Publisher: BBC/KPM Music GroupStoryThe Very Quiet Cricket Author: Eric Carle Illustrator: Eric Carle Publisher: Harper CollinsFilms“Lions Footage” (ABC Library Footage)“Japanese Drumming” (Play School, ABC) Performed by: Taik OzIdeas for LaterVISIT THE ZOO• Take a visit to the zoo to see some of the lions and large animals.MAKE A LION’S DEN• On a rainy day, set up a lion’s den using toys for the lion family, and pillows or old cushions for rocks.Make and DoTo make painty wings you will need:• Sheet of paper• Different coloured paints in containers • Spoons • Scraps of material (tulle is effective)Folded a piece of paper in half, put a blob of paint on one side, and a different colour dribbled around. Then folded the paper again, and squash the paint. When opened up the painting resembles beautiful butterfly wings.

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Season 150, Episode 02 Animals - Tuesday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Animals - Tuesday Jan 1, 2005 TuesdayActors: Justine Clarke and Jay Laga’aia Pianist: Brian Castles-OnionSongs"Peek-a-boo" Composer: Traditional (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Humpty Dumpty" Composer: Traditional (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Donkey Riding" Composer: Beatrice Landeck Publisher: Edward B. Marks"This Is The Way" Composer: Traditional (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"The Elephant Wobbles" Composer: Peter Charlton Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"One Grey Elephant" Composer: Traditional, J. Cohen Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Down In The Valley Where Nobody Goes" Composer: Unknown Publisher: Unknown"Clap Clap Clap Your Hands" Composer: Traditional (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"If You’re Happy and You Know It" Composer: June Epstein Publisher: Allans Music (EMI)"Do Your Ears Hang Low?" Composer: Unknown Publisher: A. & C. BlackStory“Jinty the Elephant” Author: Play School Team – Told by Play School Toys Publisher: UnpublishedFilms“Elephants In The Wild” (ABC Library Footage)“Visit To The Doctor” (Play School, ABC)Ideas for LaterMAKE YOUR OWN ELEPHANT SCRAPBOOK• Collect pictures of elephants from old magazines and birthday cards. You can use the pictures as a guide to paint your own elephant pictures to put in your scrapbookWORKING ELEPHANTS• Elephants are very strong and in some countries are used to help move large objects. See if you can find out where this happens, and a picture of an elephant working.Make and DoJemima: “Monkey”An elasticised tail, ears on a headband and a painted box face for a Monkey Dress up. For Humpty, “Lion” an elasticised shaggy wool mane Darcy became a zebra with a piece of stripy material over his body. The elephant family (Little Ted, Big Ted and Maurice) have an assortment of floppy paper ears, and stockings filled with paper for trunks.How to make a matching game:Start by collecting pictures (These could be found in old magazines) and past them onto cardboard. For example:• A puppy, a lead and collar and a bone • A baby, a bottle and a nappy • A pot plant, watering can, and soilThese objects need to mixed up and then matched, with the emphasis on caring.

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Season 150, Episode 03 Animals - Wednesday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Animals - Wednesday Jan 1, 2005 WednesdayActors: Karen Pang and Teo Gebert Pianist: Brian Castles-OnionSongs"The Muffin Man" Composer: Traditional (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"The Bear Went Over The Mountain" Composer: Traditional (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Put A Spot Over Here" Composer: John Fox & Warren Carr Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Hot Cross Buns" Composer: Traditional (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Up and Down" Composer: Ron Gamack Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Donkey Riding" Composer: Beatrice Landeck Publisher: Edward B. Marks"Balloons For Sale" Composer: Shari Davis Publisher: Bowmar"Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Merry Go Round" Composer: Lucille Wood Publisher: BowmarStory“What Will the Weather Be Like Today?” Author: Paul Rogers Illustrator: Kazuko Publisher: Greenwillow Books, a division of William Morris & Company, Inc. New YorkFilm“Polar Bear Footage” (ABC Library Footage)Windows Segment: “Children Gardening” (Play School, ABC)Ideas for laterCREATE A POLAR BEAR REGION• Create a polar region inside, using an old white sheet draped over some cushions. A polar bear could be made from a soft pillow with sticker eyes and legs formed from the pillow using rubber bands or wool.FIND THE BROWN BEAR• Brown bears hibernate in winter. Find out about this, and look at some storybooks in the library that feature bears.Make and DoTo make swirly patterns you will need:• A baking tray full of shaving foam • A spatula • Containers of edicol dye of different colours • Wooden spoon • Paper • Piece of cardboardSmoothed out the foam with a spoon, put a little of various colours onto the foam, swirled it with the thin end of wooden spoon, put a piece of paper on the foam, press lightly and then peel it off. Then you wipe the foam away with the piece of cardboard, creating a colourful marbled picture.To make flowers you will need:• Fluoro plastic cups • Paste • Cotton wool balls • Marbled paper, made earlier • Scissors and sticky tape • StrawsTeo added a cotton wool centre, with paste, to the fluoro plastic cup (cut into petals) Then he folded the marbled paper over twice and cut a petal shape, adding a straw stem to finish the flower.

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Season 150, Episode 04 Animals - Thursday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Animals - Thursday Jan 1, 2005 Thursday Actors: Karen Pang and Teo Gebert Pianist: Brian Castles-OnionSongs"Woof Woof Woof I’m A Dog" Composer: Harvey Broadbent Publisher: ABC Music Publishing (c/- Mushroom Records)"Spotty Song" Composer: June Tillman Publisher: McMillan Ed. Ltd."Oomba Baroomba" Composer: Peter Charlton Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"When You’re Feeling Crook" Composer: Peter Coombe Publisher: Rascal Records"Man-Man-Mangia" Composer: Rosemary Nicotina & Pauline Gummer Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Come To The Party" Composer: George Dewey Publisher: A & C Black"Teddy Bear Twist" Composer: D. Watkins & C. Harriot Publisher: ControlStory“My Many Coloured Days” Author: Dr. Seuss Illustrator: Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher Publisher: Red Fox (Random House Children’s Books)Films“Tiger Footage” (ABC Library Footage)Windows Segment “Sweet Making” (Play School, ABC)Ideas for LaterANIMALS WITH STRIPES• What other animals have stripes? How many can you think of? Now paint a stripy animal, and as you fill in the stripes don’t forget to sing the “Stripy Song”!MAKE A COLOURFUL PICTURE• Use unusual colours such as aquamarine, mauve and fawn to create a beautiful picture with paint, crayons, or pastels. Use all the colours you already know as well as some new ones.Make and DoTeo and Karen used squares of yellow, blue, and orange paper to fold and create a blue stingray and bat a yellow dog, an orange tiger face, which was added to the tiger body on the CalendarSkirt and BowtieTeo folded a piece of spotty paper, and attached some elastic through a loop, to create a bow tie for Big Ted.Karen folded a piece of yellow paper in half, tore a round shape, made an opening and created a skirt for Jemima. To make the skirt even more special, she added a same shape piece of spotty material over the yellow paper.You can use a variety of colourful paper, cellophane, and tissue paper scraps to make a bowl full of “sweets”. To make the sweets, some can be scrunched, some can be twisted and others torn into strips.

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Season 150, Episode 05 Animals - Friday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Animals - Friday Jan 1, 2005 FridayActors: Karen Pang and Jay Laga’aia Pianist: Peter DasentSongs"The Ants Go Marching" Composer: Beatrice Harrop Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"The Gorilla Dance" Composer: Mike Jackson Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"What Can A Cow Do But Moo" Composer: Peter Gosling Publisher: BBC Manuscript"Singing In The Kitchen" Composer: Shel Silverstein Publisher: Evil Eye Music Inc, Essex"Old Macdonald Had a Farm" Composer: Traditional (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Baa Baa Black Sheep" Composer: Traditional (arranged by Brian Castles-Onion) Publisher: ABC Music PublishingStory“The Very Crowded Tree House” Author: Play School Team – Told by Play School Toys Publisher: UnpublishedAnimation “Jump and Jiggle”Films“Gorillas” (ABC Library Footage)Windows Segment “Sheep Dog Working” (Play School, ABC) Ideas for laterA mother gorilla likes to carry her baby on her back. There are other animals who do this… see if you can find out about them and other ways to transport the young e.g. a mother cat carries her kittens carefully in her mouth.LIVING IN A TREE HOUSEMake up your own story about living in a tree house, or in a cave, and use some toys, or cylinder people to help create it, either in the garden, or if you are indoors, you could use a big cardboard box.Make and DoTo make a caterpillar platter you will need:• A rectangle of plain cardboard • 4 green paper plates • Tape • Texta • Dried fruit • Fresh fruit • Fresh salad vegetables • Sheep or other shaped, home made biscuitsUsing sticky tape attach the four green plates to the piece of cardboard to look like a caterpillar. Draw in the eyes, mouth and antennae using textas. Decorate your caterpillar platter with fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, biscuits and dried fruit.To make a sheep pen you will need:• Some cardboard cylinders, • Drinking straws • Sticky tapeUse four cardboard cylinders to form the posts for your sheep pen. Use the straws to join the cardboard cylinders to form the sides. Now you have a sheep pen for a toy lamb, or other toy animal.

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