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Play School Season 158

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Season 158, Episode 01 Buses and Trains - Monday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Buses and Trains - Monday Jan 1, 2005 MONDAY:Presenters Georgie Parker and Jay Laga'aia Pianist Peter Dasent Songs "The Farmer in the Dell" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"The Wheels of the Bus" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Down at the Station" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"This Little Boy" Composer: . Miller & P. Zajan Publisher: Allan ∓ Co."Three in the Bed" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"I Jump Out of Bed" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Morning Town Ride" Composer: Malvina Reynolds Publisher: Associated Music Pty. Ltd."Little Arabella Miller ( Finger play)" Composer: Ann Elliott Publisher: Stainer & BellStory"Down at the Station" Text: Traditional Illustrations: Siobhan Dodds Publisher: Walker Books, Ltd. LondonFilm "Child going to Bed" Play School, ABC Ideas for Later Set up a train box scene with box houses, cushions for hills and some cereal boxes stapled together for a train. Use other ideas to encourage dramatic play… toys can be added, and tracks can be laid down using strips of cardboard etc….Next time you go for a walk, see how many sizes and types of wheels you can see on cars, trucks, bicycles, buses, strollers etc…Make and Do Train and Cat Toys in Bed

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Season 158, Episode 02 Buses and Trains - Tuesday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Buses and Trains - Tuesday Jan 1, 2005 TUESDAY: Presenters Georgie Parker and Jay Laga'aia Pianist Peter DasentSongs "Old MacDonald" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"This little piggy went to Market" (Chant) Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Black Cat" Composer: M. Britton & Batholomew Publisher: Silver Birdette"Wheels on the Bus" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Living in the City" Composer: Val Donlon Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Have you seen Spaghetti" Composer: Don Spencer & Moira Cochrane Publisher: UnpublishedStory "The Noisy Bus Ride " Author: The Play School TeamFilm "Making Pasta" Play School, ABCAnimation "This Little Piggy" Peter Cornwell, 1996 Ideas for Later Take a short ride in a train with someone in the family, and maybe return by bus or even by ferry. Next time you visit a library see if there are some train stories to take home. Make and Do Play Dough Pop Band

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Season 158, Episode 03 Buses and Trains - Wednesday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Buses and Trains - Wednesday Jan 1, 2005 WEDNESDAY: Presenters Georgie Parker and Andrew McFarlane Pianist Peter DasentSongs "Look At Us" Composer: Trudi Behar Publisher: Bowman"I'm Driving Along" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Stop Look and Listen" Composer: John Fox Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"My Little Puppy" Composer: Elizabeth Deutsch Publisher: Unknown"The Old Grey cat" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Do Do Do" Composer: Vanessa & Karina Johnstone Publisher: Jingle Jam Pty LtdStory "The Tiger and the Mouse" A story told with the help of MauriceFilm "Taking Cat to Vet" Play School, ABCAnimation "Stop Look And Listen" Play School, ABC Ideas for Later If you have a cat or a dog at home, you could give it some extra care by cleaning its bed and airing any blankets etc… also by giving your pet a brush and a comb Using some toys, you could make up a story or play another traditional story such as "The Tale of the Turnip" Make and Do Play Bus Cat and Mouse

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Season 158, Episode 04 Buses and Trains - Thursday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Buses and Trains - Thursday Jan 1, 2005 THURSDAY:Presenters Georgie Parker and Andrew McFarlane Pianist Peter DasentSongs "The Muffin Man" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Let's Go to Kentucky" Composer: Traditional Publisher: Unknown"Running to the corner" Composer: A. North & M. Wesley-Smith Publisher: ABC Music Publishing -->"Down at the Station" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Train is a Coming" Composer: Traditional Publisher: Unknown"Little Red Engine" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"So Long, Farewell" Composer: R. Rodgers & O. Hammerstein Publisher: UnknownStory "Don't Forget the Bacon" Author: Pat Hutchins Publisher: Random house UKFilm "Train Departure" Play School, ABC Ideas for Later You could set up a café for a friend or family and have a milkshake, or a smoothie and some muffins; in fact you could serve anything you have at home. Or play "café's" with your toys. Next time you are in a car and see a train passing, see if you can count how many carriages there are. Make and Do Making Muffins Play School Café

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Season 158, Episode 05 Buses and Trains - Friday

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Jan 1, 2005
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Buses and Trains - Friday Jan 1, 2005 FRIDAY:Presenters Leah Vandenberg and Teo Gebert Pianist Peter DasentSongs "Hello My Friends" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Do do do" Composer: Vanessa & Karina Johnstone Publisher: Jingle Jam Pty Ltd"The Wheels on the Bus" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Miss Polly" Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music Publishing"Splish Splash Splosh""If You're Happy and You Know It" Composer: Peter & Robyn Mapleson Publisher: ABC Music PublishingStory "Bus Stop Bop" Story by: Robin Kingsland Publisher: All Books For Children, LondonFilm "Washing a Bus" Play School, ABC Ideas for Later You could make a box bus and on the side paint or draw faces of the passengers. Or you could draw a train on a long piece of paper, and add the wheels to all the carriages, and then people at the windows, or anything else you think the train may need.There are many ways to travel from place to place. You could find in some old magazines, pictures of different sorts of transport, e.g. bicycles, strollers, trains, ferries, planes, cars, buses etc… and paste the pictures in a scrap book.If you see and hear another band like the Umbrellas, you could see if you know the names of the different instruments that are played, and pretend making the sounds.Make and Do Magazine Make

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