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    Discoverykids.com

    Script:

    You know when you take your shoes off and have to scratch your feet? Chances are you have fungus on your feet. While you're running around all day in your sneakers, your foot becomes warm and sweaty. This is the human environment fungus love the most. Imagine millions of tiny fungi crawling around, feeding off all the slimy stuff in between your toes? That's right - toe cheese is dinner for fungi. As they bug around eating, they're also dying, breeding and pooping, which could irritate your skin, making you want to scratch it. Scratching feels good, but washing your feet regularly is better than allowing your foot to be a cafeteria for millions of fungi. To find out more yucky stuff, go to DiscoveryKids.com now.

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    Still working on loosening up and being more imaginative with copy for kids. I was imagining the 7-10 year-old range with this.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Oops. Fun-ji, long i. Nice mistake from the bio major who also looked it up to be certain. ;)

    Peer Feedback:

    If I were seven to ten years old I think I'd have gone right to discoverykids.com to find out more. I caught the long I mistake and am glad you did, too. Recording quality was good. Was the scratching sound SFX or were you really scratching? Just curious; you don't need to answer unless you want to. :)

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks, Chris. This one is a big stretch for me, and my performance choices are different from what others have done with this script (and I liked their choices). I'm wondering if it's even a no-no for me to bother with it without having a young, fresh, Disney kind of voice. Anyway, my thought is to have a kid-oriented read on my demo, but now I'm wondering if I've bitten off more than I can chew. The script I have earmarked for it is a meditation similar to the one I posted the other day. But the one I've decided to get professional feedback on is this, which should be fun and interesting, and it should post publicly in a couple days (Hi, Kristin, if you read this...).

    The scratching is just what I did to my arm while recording. I was surprised at how clean the sound turned out! I'm not even touching music beds or canned sfx at this point.

    Thanks, again!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks so much, Kristin. I always think of my career as steering quite heavily towards corporate and medical narration, but Edge folks always tell me "Mom voice! Mom voice!", and I have to say this was really fun to do. I've followed some of your checkups in the forum, and your instruction to students to have an intention for each sentence/segment of copy was very much on my mind when doing this.

    I hear you on the tag line losing energy. I very much struggle with trying to sound natural, and it flattens my reads whenever I attempt it. I'll work on the other things you mentioned, too.

    Practice, practice!

    Thanks, again! Very helpful.

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    Peer Feedback:

    Everything was spoken clearly, but it seemed to drag a little bit. Since this is for children, I think that this could be a little more upbeat. I think you could shave off 2 seconds with a slightly quickened pace, or even just vary it in places. Add a touch more of enthusiasm in your voice and it would jump to the next level.

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    From Edge Script Library...my girls loved this book as babies, are now full-grown with babes of their own. Practicing my enunciation, breathing and recording technique. There's so much to all this, it's mind-boggling. I think my timing is a bit fast, but was trying to keep it in the 60-second window (and failed). All comments welcome. Thanks, guys.

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    Peer Feedback:

    you have a great voice man! I could listen to you all day no joke.
    This is from the movie "room" right?

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks Don. Don't know of a movie, but the book was called "Goodnight Moon". It's by Margaret Wise Brown, first published in 1947. Quite possibly millions of children were lulled to sleep by what I would describe as it's "guided imagery" (tho it is not exactly that in the truest sense). Appreciate your comment. I would have preferred to read it a bit slower perhaps, but as I said, was trying to get it into a minute. Be well.

    Peer Feedback:

    Was the 60 window mandated by the copy specs? If not, yeah, it was rushed. And if was the Forum suggestion? Ignore it. Tell the story.

    The tone and vocal quality was very nice for the story. You're lulling a child to sleep, so the pacing is important. Take your time and tell the story. It would probably get softer and softer to the end as the child nods off.

    The recording quality is pretty good.

    What is your setup - DAW, mic, interface, etc.?

    Peer Feedback:

    Sorry for the delay, been in New England visiting family...glad to hear from you again James...I use a Sennheiser e-835s with a Tascam DP24SD porta-studio, which I also use for multi-track music recording. I try to use as little conditioning, EQ, effect, etc. as possible although occasionally drop the bass a little as it tends to boom. Have a bunch of gadgetry (Digitech Vocal 300 processor, Pigtronix Infinity Looper, Korg Microarranger) but find these of little of no use for "spoken-word"readings. Soon as I'm caught up with myself, may try re-reading "Good-night Moon" as it's one of my faves. Thanks again, and take good care of yourself. b.

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    Legos

    Script:

    My child has quite an imagination. His teachers say that some day he’ll be doing great things. Right now, he’s already an architect, a designer, an engineer ... I think he’s a creative genius ... and thanks to Legos, the creative building toy, there’s just no limit to what he can do. LEGOS ... the creative diversion that helps develop a child’s potential.

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    Practice Recording:

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    Hello. This is my first time submitting for feedback. I think this is a good genre for me because I have taught children and have two of my own. It was recorded on my laptop with a headset mic. I look forward to your comments!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Welcome to the forum! I thought for a first time submission it was really good. Sign up for the introductory session here at Edge and get a pro's opinion as for your genre,age etc. Not questions I would ask here, you'll be more confused than a centipede at a toe counting contest when these folks are done with ya! Good luck!

    Peer Feedback:

    Nicely done, but I had a really hard time listening due to the poor audio quality. Would love to hear more with a nicer mic :)

    Peer Feedback:

    I agree about the mic but I think your voice has great potential.

    Peer Feedback:

    You have a kind voice which of course would establish trust with the parents.

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    Rindercella

    Script:

    The Story of Rindercella.
    Once apon a time, in a coreign fountry,
    there lived a very geautiful birl;
    her name was Rindercella.
    Now, Rindercella lived with her mugly other and her two sad bisters.
    And in this same coreign fountry,
    there was a very prandsom hince.
    And this prandsom hince was going to have a bancy fall.
    And he'd invited people from riles amound, especially the pich reople.
    Rindercella's mugly other and her two sad bisters
    went out to buy some drancy fesses to wear to this bancy fall,
    but Rindercella could not go because all she had to wear were some old rirty dags.
    Finally, the night of the bancy fall arrived and Rindercella couldn't go.
    So she just cat down and sried.
    She was kitting there srying,
    when all at once there appeared before her,
    her gairy fodmother.
    And she touched her with her wagic mand ...
    and there appeared before her,
    a cig boach and hix white sorces to take her to the bancy fall.
    But now she said to Rindercella,
    "Rindercella, you must be home before nidmight,
    or I'll purn you into a tumpkin!"
    When Rindercella arrived at the bancy fall,
    the prandsom hince met her at the door
    because he had been watching behind a widden hindow.
    And Rindercella and the prandsom hince nanced all dight until nidmight...and they lell in fove.
    And finally, the mid clock strucknight.
    And Rindercella staced down the rairs,
    and just as she beached the rottom, she slopped her dripper!
    The next day,
    the prandsom hince went all over the coreign fountry
    looking for the geautiful birl
    who had slopped her dripper.
    Finally he came to Rindercella's house.
    He tried it on Rindercella's mugly other ... and it fidn't dit.
    Then he tried it on her two sad bisters ... and it fidn't dit.
    Then he tried it on Rindercella ... and it fid dit.
    It was exactly the sight rize!
    So they were married and lived afily ever happter.
    Now, the storal of the mory is this:
    If you ever go to a bancy fall and want to have a pransom hince loll in fove with you,
    don't forget to slop your dripper!

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    Practice Recording:

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    So I figured: haven't posted in more than a few months...why not make my first recording back on here unlike anything I've posted before-- something waaaay outside my comfort zone? So, have at it-- (I already feel pretty silly, so no need to hold back at this point.) Note that I slightly modified the version of this script that was already up in the Script Library (certain parts, I felt, needed to be tweaked for consistency.) THANKS-- Pete

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    Peer Feedback:

    LOL!
    "and just as she beached the rottom, she slopped her dripper!" hehehe.
    I aughed my lass off.
    Great read. and very original submission.

    -DS

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks Dave!
    This post is buried by now, but it's been heard 114 times... I'd love to hear from any of you!-- or, if you're listening in the distant future, please feel free to leave a note anyway. I always appreciate as much feedback as I can get.
    Best,
    Pete

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    3m Innovation

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    What would it be like to be ... a bee? Or be inside a beating heart? These are just two of the possibilities you’ll experience in What’s the Secret?, the new interactive CD-ROM from 3M Learning Software. What’s the Secret? turns your computer into a fun, experimental laboratory that lets you explore the interconnected worlds of science and nature. Available in Windows and Macintosh versions, from 3M INNOVATION.

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    Cap/n Crunch

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    Welcome aboard my museum of crunch history... A crunchy mammoth! A crunch-a-dactyl! Cap'n crunch cereals, a prehistoric part of this balanced breakfast.

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    Capcom -- The Magical Quest (for Super Nintendo)

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    Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto were playing ball in the park. Pluto goes after a fly ball -- and disappears! Mickey discovers he’s been “dog-napped” by the evil Emperor Pete. With his costumes and powers, can Mickey survive the peaks and valleys on the way to Pete’s Castle? Only you can save Pluto on THE MAGICAL QUEST for Super Nintendo.

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    Danimals Yogurt

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    Danimals is the fruity-tasting snack all kids will agree on. It’s a good source of calcium, protein, vitamin D, and it tastes great too! Danimals. Better every day!

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    Discovery Kids

    Script:

    Join the party on Discovery Kids. Everybody else is. Discovery Kids on NBC - Every Saturday morning.

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    Discoveryforkids.com

    Script:

    To find out more yucky stuff, go to DiscoveryForKids.com

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    Discoverykids.com

    Script:

    You know when you take your shoes off and have to scratch your feet? Chances are you have fungus on your feet. While you're running around all day in your sneakers, your foot becomes warm and sweaty. This is the human environment fungus love the most. Imagine millions of tiny fungi crawling around, feeding off all the slimy stuff in between your toes? That's right - toe cheese is dinner for fungi. As they bug around eating, they're also dying, breeding and pooping, which could irritate your skin, making you want to scratch it. Scratching feels good, but washing your feet regularly is better than allowing your foot to be a cafeteria for millions of fungi. To find out more yucky stuff, go to DiscoveryKids.com now.

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    Disney Channel

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    Stay right there! Disney Channel's original series Kim Possible will be right back!

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    Disney-kids

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    We'll be right back to Disney's Saturday morning right after this!

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    Extreme Jell-o Gel Sticks

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    Extreme Jell-O Gel Sticks. It's jiggley Jell-O fun in a tube. The extreme fruity flavor just might make your head spin. Extreme Jell-O Gel Sticks. They're extreme. Yeah!

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    Fluff

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    In a colorful world of fun and fantasy live two tiny kittens who are each barely more than a handful of fluff. These cuddly companions’ carefree days are filled with frolicking games and lots of kitten giggles. At the end of each happy day the kittens curl up and cuddle. Look for a handful of fluff at a toy store near you.

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    Furnitureland Kids

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    Now when mom says “Go to your room,” I want to. Kid’s Furnitureland offers one of the largest selections of quality home furnishings to furnish your son or daughter’s entire bedroom. Everything from bunks, beanbags, desks, lamps, posters and beds.

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    Gameboy

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    Its not just another mind-numbing family road trip to Grandma's. It's a tongue-biting, seat-wetting ride with GAME BOY ADVANCED ! Now with wider screen, enhanced graphics, and multi-player options. Game boy…ride with it.

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    Gogurt Fizzix

    Script:

    Kid: What is fizzix gogurt? A yogurt with intense fizzy flavors. Awesome! Strawberry watermelon rush - its shocking my mouth! Whoa. My head feels all (exploding sounds)

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    Goodnight Moon

    Script:

    Goodnight Moon, by Margaret Wise Brown

    In the great green room
    there was a telephone
    And a red balloon
    And a picture of--

    The cow jumping over the moon

    and there were three little bears, sitting on chairs

    and two little kittens and a pair of mittens

    and a little toy house and a young mouse

    and a comb and a brush and bowl full of mush

    and a quiet old lady who was whispering "hush"

    Goodnight room

    goodnight moon

    goodnight cow jumping over the moon

    goodnight light and the red balloon

    goodnight bears goodnight chairs

    goodnight kittens goodnight mittens

    goodnight clocks and goodnight socks

    goodnight little house and goodnight mouse

    goodnight comb and goodnight brush

    goodnight nobody goodnight mush

    and goodnight to the old lady whispering "hush"

    goodnight stars, goodnight air

    goodnight noises everywhere.

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    Kraft – Macaroni & Cheese

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    The Caped Crusader meets the Big Cheese. Evil, cheeseless noodles BEWARE! It's new DC Super Heroes Macaroni &Cheese in 8 of your favorite Super Hero shapes, smothered in THE CHEESIEST cheesy KRAFT cheese sauce. Wow!

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    Mcdonalds

    Script:

    They swim, they rock, they'll make your jaw drop... There's one wobbly winkie wind-up tiger action toy in every McDonald’s happy meal.

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    Milk

    Script:

    You know, every day is a new experience for me. There are so many things to do, and so much to learn about in school. The only way I know to get all of it done, and do it right, is to start the day off with a glass of milk. Milk puts me right where I need to be, and then I’m ready to make the most of the day. MILK ... it’s the energizer I can’t do without.

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    Mystic Aquarium – Frog Exhibit

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    “Welcome to the Frogs!" at Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration... They're watching! A frog's bulging eyes can see in almost every direction. This little guy's large red eyes are closed tight when he sleeps. But if disturbed, his eyes pop open to startle would-be predators! BOO!

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    Pbs-kids

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    Welcome to a place of learning and imagination, a place of wonder... exploration... and fun. Isn't that what childhood is all about? Playskool, a proud supporter of PBS kids.

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    Newbie to this site. Blue Snowball USB condenser mic / Audacity. Any feedback very welcome!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Welcome, Amy. Your youthful sound and friendly, energetic tone works great with this script. Good inflection for the young audience who would be listening to you too.

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks for the welcome and the feedback, Bill! Loved your voice from the weekly contest.

    Peer Feedback:

    I just loved the word Trouble !! I'm expecting great things from you. Quality read.

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi again, I liked your read, except the inflection on the word "trouble" was wrong. It sounded like the sentence wasn't over. Other that, everything else was great. Nice voice too. ; )

    Peer Feedback:

    Hi Amy, I'm jumping on board with the majority opinion here...you have a wonderful tone & energy for this read, and I believe you are indeed one of the ones who could find success in the VO world by simply continuing to learn, practice, & refine techniques. Overall, quality job!

    Peer Feedback:

    Thanks a million Jason, Jerry, Javier, you guys are going to make me feel right at home if you aren't careful.

    Javier, I think I see what you mean, do you think my pitch should have come down on that "trouble"?

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    Sesame Street Playhouse -- Mattel

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    It’s Sesame Street in the backyard. All the fun and imagination of Sesame Street is here. A playhouse with things to slide on, and wriggle through, and pretend to talk on, and play with. The outdoors is even more fun when Sesame Street is part of it. Now, there’s a lot of SESAME STREET for everyone’s backyard. It’s fun. Each sold separately...from MATTEL.

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    Talkin’teddy

    Script:

    Hi there boys and girls, I'm new Talkin' Teddy. Listen to this: I laugh “giggle,” I cry “boo hoo,” I wear a diaper “uh oh,” but most of all, I hug people “I love you.”

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    Teddy

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    Teddy was a good dog. Teddy was a smart dog. Smart enough to look both ways before crossing the street. We had Teddy from a pup, and we loved him as much as he loved us. Teddy was our pet. A full-blooded Shepherd, he was a natural protector, in fact...he ended up in the Army, but I'm getting way ahead of my story.

    Mr. Boney owned the general store. He was a large, older, grumpy man. "I won't get no customers wit dat dog out dere !" he'd shout, but our town was so small, there really were no customers for Teddy to scare away (not that he would have). We never knew that Mr. Boney really did like us, especially my brothers. Just before leaving town, as I was putting gas in the car, I remember him saying: "Ah shore misses dem boyses." I stood there with my mouth open, shocked. My five brothers would be even more amazed than I was.

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    The Frog Prince

    Script:

    The princess went to her room and laid down on her bed. The slimy frog jumped on the bed and said, "Now you must kiss me good night!" "Yuck!" thought the princess, she didn't want to kiss an ugly old frog.

    story and illustrations by Caroline Bonne-Müller, Cartita Design Barcelona shared with permission. Post production/Narration Ted Mcaleer, in conjunction with Playtales http://www.myplaytales.com/en/ http://www.cartitadesign.com/

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    Paid Job Recording:

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    Big ups to my pal AND CONTEST WInner Nikki Kernow! What an read. Well deserved. Funny thing about this script. I actually did the job. An interactive children's story by a company I read for. Nikki or any of the 3 could have gotten the job as well... Congratulations Nikk! You rock, and you are soon GOING PLACES! ;) Any and all comments welcome as always!

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    Peer Feedback:

    Right on point, Nodo!

    Peer Feedback:

    Got something came out on Friday,, If you are interested, I'll send you a link. Thanks Elton, You rock!

    Peer Feedback:

    Hey Ted! I've already given you my feedback (before you told me it was your gig - cheeky!) but I just wanted to say thank you for your lovely comments! Niki ;-)

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    Well done, Nodo. I could certainly envision you reading bedtime stories to thousands of kids. Very nice.

    Mike F.

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    Thanks Nikki and Mike. I've read 3 stories total for playtales This one, The Wizard of Oz (3d popup book) and Jack and the Beanstalk. It's an interesting read and fun :) Thanks again

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    Hey Ted, congrats on landing the gig. I thought you did a great job.

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    Always great to hear from you Javier! when are the other 2 denizens (Tom and Rich) going to pop up? HAHAHAH. "Famous last words, sealing his doom...RELEASE THE KRAKEN..." :) Thanks pal. Nikki would have surely Killed this job! Ted

    Peer Feedback:

    Wow that was awesome!! Now I wanna hear the rest of the story

    Peer Feedback:

    Actually you can... https://play.google.com/store/search?q=playtales+gold it's a free app once you install it search for "The Frog Prince" it's ad supported which is a meh but you can get the full production for free. Don't do it to listen to me, get it for the illustrations!

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    The Little Learning Puppets

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    The Little Learning Puppets

    Ropa Little: Hi Boys and Girls! It’s time for The Little Learning Puppets!

    Butch Little: I’m Butch Little, and I love sports! Some sports you play with your feet and others you use your hands. You can play on a team like baseball, football and soccer or play against another person like tennis or golf. One thing’s for sure, sports are cool! Today’s sport is hockey! You play hockey on ice and use a stick to hit a puck into a net.

    Ralphie Little: Hi, Ralphie Little here and it’s time to talk about science. Do you know what gravity is? Gravity is the force that pulls objects towards the center of the Earth. Other planets have gravity too! Larger planets have more gravity and smaller planets have less. Spaceships use a rocket to break free from the grip of Earth’s gravity.

    Bunny Little: My favorite color is blue. Blue, blue blue! I have a blue crayon, blue car and I love blue bubble gum. What do you have that’s blue? Do you have a blue shirt or blue jeans? Are any of the walls in your house or classroom blue? Some people say blue is a sad color, but when I see blue I think of the ocean or the sky. What’s your favorite color?

    Ropa Little: Well that’s the end of our show. Today we learned all sorts of fun words that use the letter “Z”. We saw lots of circles and how the color red is all around us, on buildings, cars and stop signs. Next week Roger’s going to the zoo and Vanessa shows us her new silly sounds dance. See ya then, bye! Everybody dance!

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    Tonka

    Script:

    Looking for some really big fun! The toughest mightiest dump truck from Tonka. Real big fun.

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    Wondering Where The Lions Are

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    One day, a lion announced he was sick.

    He let out a feeble roar that summoned
    All the animals to his death bed to pay
    Their last respects.

    Then he slowly turned and entered his cave.

    A goat came and entered the cave.
    Then a sheep went in.
    Then a duck.

    After a while, the sick lion came to the mouth of his cave.

    He yawned. Finally, he noticed Fox, who had been waiting outside.

    “Fox,” smiled the Lion, in a welcoming kind of way.
    Why have you not entered my cave to pay your respects to me?

    “Your Majesty,” said the fox.
    “I noticed animals go into your cave, but none come out.”
    The fox ran away.

    This is an Aesop Fable called The Fox and The Lion
    Contributed by Richurd

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