The caption changes to "Today's junior lesson: Poetry."
The caption changes to "Junior 4 to 6. Teacher Vickita."
Teacher Vickita is in her twenties, with shoulder length slightly wavy brown hair and wears a black shirt.
In her kitchen, Teacher Vickita says WELCOME TO TVOKIDS POWER HOUR OF LEARNING. HELLO. WELCOME TO POWER HOUR OF LEARNING. MY NAME IS TEACHER VICKITA. BEFORE WE BEGIN, MY FRIEND TEACHER BUSHRA IS GOING TO GET US TO RELAX. RELAXING HELPS US LEARN AND GET INTO A GROWTH MINDSET. TEACHER BUSHRA?
The caption changes to "Junior 4 to 6. Teacher Bushra."
Teacher Bushra is in her twenties, with shoulder-length straight brown hair in a half-do and wears black yoga pants and a lilac sweater.
She sits with her legs crossed on her yoga mat and says HI THERE! IT'S TEACHER BUSHRA HERE, AND I'M GOING TO HELP YOU GET YOUR MINDS AND YOUR BODIES READY TO LEARN WITH TEACHER VICKITA. THE FIRST THING I WANT YOU TO DO IS FIND A SPOT SOMEWHERE CLOSE BY THAT LOOKS COMFORTABLE AND GO TAKE A SEAT. ALL RIGHT. I HAVE MY MAT HERE, I HAVE SOME PILLOWS AROUND ME, AND I'M VERY COMFORTABLE. THE NEXT THING IS TO LET YOUR HANDS FALL WHERE THEY MAY. MAYBE YOU WANNA KEEP THEM IN YOUR LAP, OUT TO THE SIDE, OR ON YOUR KNEES. WHATEVER'S COMFORTABLE. THERE'S NO RIGHT WAY. YOU'RE GONNA CLOSE YOUR EYES NEXT AND YOU'RE GONNA IMAGINE A BEAUTIFUL, CALM PLACE. MAYBE THE PARK. MAYBE THE BEACH. WITH THE BIRDS CHIRPING IN THE BACKGROUND. AND JUST RELAX. WE'RE GONNA DO SOME BREATHING EXERCISES. WE'RE GONNA TAKE A DEEP BREATH IN FOR THREE SECONDS AND LET IT ALL OUT FOR FIVE SECONDS. HERE WE GO. NICE AND TALL. TAKE A DEEP BREATH IN. FOR THREE, TWO, ONE... FILL UP YOUR LUNGS, HOLD, AND EXHALE FOR FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE. TWO MORE TIMES. DEEP BREATH IN. THREE, TWO, ONE. AND EXHALE FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE. KEEPING YOUR EYES CLOSED. AGAIN. LAST TIME. THREE, TWO, ONE. SITTING NICE AND TALL. AND EXHALE FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE. AMAZING WORK. SLOWLY OPEN YOUR EYES. (CHUCKLING) WONDERFUL JOB. OKAY. SO, HANDS IN FRONT OF YOU NOW. AND WE'RE GONNA WALK OUT OUR FINGERTIPS IN FRONT OF US. WALK FORWARD, FORWARD, TRY TO REACH SOMETHING ON THE GROUND,+ SLOWLY COME DOWN, NOW LET YOUR HEAD GO CLOSER TO THE GROUND, REACH, REACH, REACH! AND WHEN IT FEELS LIKE YOU'VE GOT IT, YOU CAN HOLD IT THERE. WHEREVER FEELS COMFORTABLE. HOLD FOR FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE, AND THEN WALK THE FINGERTIPS BACK SLOWLY. FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, AND ONE. AMAZING WORK. THE NEXT EXERCISE THAT WE'RE GOING TO DO IS CALLED THE DOWNWARD DOG. SO, FOR THIS ONE, I'M GOING TO GET YOU TO GET ON YOUR KNEES. YOUR KNEES TO THE GROUND. AND YOUR PALMS DOWN AS WELL. AWESOME. SO, YOU'RE KINDA LOOKING LIKE A DOG RIGHT NOW. ON YOUR FOURS. AND THEN YOU'RE GONNA PUT YOUR TOES TOWARDS THE GROUND, TOUCHING THE GROUND, AND THEN YOU'RE GONNA LIFT YOUR KNEES UP, ALL THE WAY UP, PUSH YOUR HIPS TO THE CEILING, PUSH YOUR HEELS TOWARDS THE GROUND, AND PUSH YOUR PALMS AWAY FROM YOU. NICE. YOU SHOULD FEEL THIS IN THE BACK OF YOUR LEGS. OUR LEGS ARE WAKING UP NOW TOO. WONDERFUL. LET'S HOLD THIS FOR FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE, BUT DON'T LET GO. NOW WE'RE GONNA WALK OUT OUR DOG. SO, ONE HEEL AT A TIME, YOU'RE GONNA PUSH YOUR RIGHT HEEL INTO THE FLOOR, LEFT KNEE COMES IN TOWARDS THE CHEST, AND THEN DO THE OPPOSITE SIDE. SO, YOU'RE GONNA WALK IN ONE HEEL TO THE GROUND, AND THEN THE OPPOSITE HEEL. WALKING THE DOG OUT. WONDERFUL. FOR THREE... TWO...ONE. AWESOME JOB. SLOWLY COME ONTO YOUR KNEES AGAIN. BACK TO THE DOG POSITION. WALK YOUR FINGERTIPS FORWARD. COME BACK INTO A SEATED POSITION, SLOWLY. AH. NICE. LET YOUR HANDS FALL WHERE THEY MAY. SHAKE OUT THE ARMS. ROTATE THROUGH THE TORSO. SHAKE OUT THE SHOULDERS. AND NOW, YOU'RE READY TO LEARN. THANK YOU FOR JOINING ME! TAKE CARE. BYE, EVERYONE!
Teacher Vickita says THANK YOU, TEACHER BUSHRA. I FEEL READY TO LEARN. FOR THIS LESSON, YOU MAY WANT TO GRAB A NOTEBOOK, A PAPER, AND A PENCIL. OUR BIG IDEA FOR TODAY IS POETRY AND EXPLORING POETIC DEVICES TO HELP US WRITE POEMS.
A caption reads "Poetic devices."
Teacher Vickita says SO, WHAT IS POETRY? POETRY IS A TYPE OF WRITING THAT EXPRESSES IDEAS, FEELINGS, OR TELLS A STORY WITH EMOTION. IT COULD BE ABOUT ANYTHING- FEELINGS, EXPERIENCES, LIFE, FAMILY. THERE ARE TWO GENERAL TYPES OF POEMS- METERED AND FREE VERSE.
The caption changes to "Metered."
Teacher Vickita says METERED POEMS HAVE RHYTHM AND RHYMING WORDS WITH A SPECIFIC STRUCTURE. YOU ALSO MIGHT HAVE SEEN METERED POEMS MORE OFTEN.
The caption changes to "Free verse."
Teacher Vickita says FREE VERSE POEMS, ON THE OTHER HAND, DO NOT FOLLOW A SPECIFIC STRUCTURE. LET'S SEE IF YOU CAN SPOT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A METERED POEM AND A FREE VERSE POEM.
Two poems pops up on the screen.
OKAY, SO I HAVE TWO POEMS HERE- ONE BY SHEL SILVERSTEIN AND ANOTHER BY JOSIE WHITEHEAD. I'M GONNA READ THEM OUT AND THEN YOU'RE GOING TO TELL ME WHICH POEM IS METERED AND WHICH ONE IS FREE VERSE. OKAY, "EIGHTEEN FLAVORS."
She reads the poem and says "EIGHTEEN LUSCIOUS, SCRUMPTIOUS FLAVORS CHOCOLATE, LIME AND CHERRY, COFFEE, PUMPKIN, FUDGE-BANANA, CARAMEL CREAM AND BOYSENBERRY. ROCKY ROAD AND TOASTED ALMOND, BUTTERSCOTCH, VANILLA DIP, BUTTER-BRICKLE, APPLE RIPPLE, COCONUT AND MOCHA CHIP, BRANDY PEACH AND LEMON CUSTARD, EACH SCOOP LOVELY, SMOOTH, AND ROUND, TALLEST ICE-CREAM CONE IN TOWN, LYING THERE (SNIFF) ON THE GROUND.
She says VERSUS... (READING WHITEHEAD POEM ALOUD)
She reads the other poem and says AUTUMN IS WEARING HER BRIGHT GOLDEN CROWN FOR THIS MORNING SHE'S COMING TO VISIT OUR TOWN, AND WIND, HER BEST FRIEND, WILL BE JOINING HER TOO. WILL THEY HAVE A NICE DAY AND JUST WHAT WILL THEY DO?
Teacher Vickita says SO, WHAT ARE THESE TWO POEMS? A REMINDER THAT A METERED POEM HAS SPECIFIC STRUCTURE AND RHYMING WORDS, WHILST A FREE VERSE DOESN'T NEED TO HAVE RHYMING WORDS OR A STRUCTURE. HMM. WELL? "EIGHTEEN FLAVORS." IS FREE VERSE AND... THE ONE BY JOSIE WHITEHEAD IS METERED. YOU CAN SEE THE DIFFERENCES. THIS POEM, THE FREE VERSE POEM, DOESN'T HAVE RHYMING WORDS IN A STRUCTURE, VERSUS THE METERED POEM HAS RHYMING WORDS IN A STRUCTURE. "CROWN" AND "TOWN" AS YOU CAN SEE, FOLLOW A STRUCTURE. FOR THIS LESSON, WE'RE GOING TO BE FOCUSING ON METERED POETRY VERSUS FREE VERSE POETRY. AS I SAID BEFORE, METERED POETRY HAS RHYTHM AND RHYME. LET'S INVESTIGATE THAT A LITTLE BIT MORE. RHYTHM IS WHEN WE ORGANIZE WORDS INTO A PATTERN OF STRESSED AND UNSTRESSED SYLLABLES. IN POEMS, WRITERS TRY TO STICK TO A PATTERN OF SYLLABLES THEY USE. SO, IT'S ALL ABOUT SYLLABLES. A SYLLABLE IS A PART OF A WORD THAT CONTAINS SOUNDS. THERE'S A FANCY WORD FOR IT CALLED PHONEMES. IT USUALLY HAS A VOWEL IN IT. A SYLLABLE IS ALSO CALLED A BEAT, AND WE USE THIS IN MUSIC. SO, LET'S TAKE THE WORD "APPLE." "APPLE" HAS TWO SYLLABLES. HOW DO WE KNOW THIS? WELL, WE CAN CLAP IT OUT. "AP-PLE." THE FIRST SYLLABLE IS ALWAYS GOING TO BE STRESSED- AKA, PRONOUNCED MORE STRONGLY THAN THE SECOND. THAT'S WHY WE PRONOUNCE THE WORD "AP-PLE." AND NOT "AP-PLE." DO YOU HEAR THE DIFFERENCE? LET'S TRY A LITTLE BIT MORE.
The caption changes to "Read the word aloud to make it easier to figure out what is stressed and unstressed."
Teacher Vickita says SO, AN EASIER WAY TO FIGURE OUT WHAT IS STRESSED AND UNSTRESSED IS WRITING THE WORD OUT, OR WRITING THE SENTENCE OUT. AND AGAIN, IT'S ALWAYS THE FIRST SYLLABLE THAT IS STRESSED, WHICH MEANS THAT WE PRONOUNCE IT MORE. WE HAVE A RHYTHM TO IT.
A sentence reads "My mother ate an apple and my father ate a pear."
Teacher Vickita says SO WE GO, "MY MOTH-ER." TWO SYLLABLES, "MOTH-ER." SO, WE PRONOUNCE OR WE STRESS THE FIRST SYLLABLE. "MY MOTH-ER 'ATE'--." ONE SYLLABLE BUT IT'S AFTER AN UNSTRESSED ONE, SO IT HAS TO BE STRESSED. NOTICE HOW THERE'S A PATTERN- UNSTRESSED, STRESSED, UNSTRESSED, STRESSED. UNSTRESSED, STRESSED. UNSTRESSED, AND THEN STRESSED AGAIN. SO, THERE IS A PATTERN TO IT. WHEN YOU WRITE IT DOWN, IT BECOMES EASIER TO FIGURE OUT WHICH SYLLABLES ARE UNSTRESSED AND WHICH SYLLABLES ARE STRESSED. SO, LET'S TRY ANOTHER WAY. "MY MOTHER SENT ME TO THE STORE." WHAT WOULD BE STRESSED AND WHAT WOULD BE UNSTRESSED? WELL, WE ALWAYS START WITH UNSTRESSED.
Syllables "Moth, sent, to, store" appear highlighted.
Teacher Vickita says SO, "MY 'MOTH-ER' "'SENT' ME 'TO' THE 'STORE'." HOW CAN YOU USE WHAT YOU KNOW NOW TO WRITE YOUR WORDS RHYTHMICALLY, OR EVEN WHEN YOU'RE TALKING, HOW CAN YOU SPEAK MORE RHYTHMICALLY? MOVING ON TO RHYME.
Two examples now appear on screen.
Example one reads "I think I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree."
Example two reads "While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping."
Teacher Vickita says SO AS YOU CAN SEE, THERE ARE TWO EXAMPLES HERE- ONE WHERE THE RHYMING WORDS ARE AT THE END, AND ANOTHER WHERE THE RHYMING WORDS ARE INSIDE THE LINE. LET'S CHECK IT OUT. "I THINK I SHALL NEVER SEE. "A POEM AS LOVELY AS A TREE." WE KNOW THAT "SEE" AND "TREE" RHYME BECAUSE THEY SOUND THE SAME. "WHILE I NODDED, NEARLY NAPPING, "SUDDENLY THERE CAME A TAPPING." WE KNOW THAT "NAPPING." AND "TAPPING" RHYME BECAUSE THEY SOUND THE SAME. BUT THEY'RE TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF RHYME. THERE'S END RHYME, WHERE THE END WORDS RHYME TOGETHER AS YOU CAN SEE HERE, VERSUS INTERNAL RHYME, WHERE THE TWO WORDS ARE INSIDE THE SAME LINE. SO THEY'RE NOT AT THE END. SO, THERE'S END RHYME AND INTERNAL RHYME. LET'S TEST THIS OUT.
A poem by Doctor Seuss reads I DO NOT LIKE GREEN EGGS AND HAM! I DO NOT LIKE THEM, SAM-I-AM. I DO NOT LIKE THEM IN A BOAT, I DO NOT LIKE THEM WITH A BOAT. I DO NOT LIKE THEM IN A HOUSE, I DO NOT LIKE THEM WITH A MOUSE.
Teacher Vickita says THIS POEM HAS END RHYME. WE KNOW THIS BECAUSE "HAM" AND "AM." RHYME, "BOAT" AND "GOAT." RHYME, "HOUSE" AND "MOUSE." RHYME. WHICH MEANS THAT ALL THE WORDS THAT ARE RHYMING ARE RIGHT AT THE END. LET'S READ OUT THIS POEM BY DR. SEUSS. (READING) SO, WE CAN ACTUALLY IDENTIFY THE RHYME SCHEME OF A POEM. WE JUST HAVE TO BE A LITTLE BIT MORE OF DETECTIVES. SO, LET'S PUT OUR DETECTIVE HATS ON. LET'S THINK ABOUT IT. IF "HAM" AND "AM." ARE THE SAME, WE CAN PROBABLY NAME THEM THE SAME WAY TOO. WE USUALLY USE, IN POETRY, LETTERS FROM THE ALPHABET TO SIGNIFY RHYME SCHEME, AND WE ALWAYS START WITH A. SO, I'M GONNA ASSIGN "HAM." AND "AM" THE LETTER A. THEN, "BOAT" AND "GOAT." "BOAT" AND "GOAT" ARE DIFFERENT FROM "HAM" AND "AM," SO I CAN'T NAME THEM A. I'M GONNA NAME THEM... CAN YOU GUESS? B. THEN I MOVE ON TO "HOUSE" AND "MOUSE." THEY DON'T MATCH WITH "BOAT" AND "GOAT," SO I CAN'T NAME THEM B. I'M GONNA NAME THEM C. AND THAT'S YOUR RHYME SCHEME- AA, BB, CC. NOW, IF THE POEM WAS TO GO ON A LITTLE BIT LONGER AND I SAW ANOTHER "HAM" OR "AM." OR ANOTHER WORD THAT RHYMED WITH "HAM" AND "AM," I WOULD ASSIGN THAT LETTER OR THAT WORD THE LETTER A. NOW THAT WE UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RHYTHM AND RHYME, HOW DO WE ACTUALLY WRITE POETRY? DID YOU KNOW SONGS THAT WE HEAR ONLINE OR ON THE RADIO ARE CONSIDERED POETRY? WE'RE GOING TO GET SOME HELP FROM THE WACKY WORD SHOW TO GET US COMFORTABLE WITH WRITING. IT'S THE WACKY WACKY WORD SHOW
Zoey plays the ukulele in the attic.
Zoey is in her early teens, with long wavy brown hair and wears red trousers, a printed yellow shirt and a denim jacket.
As colourful animated letters form the name "The Wacky Word Show," a song plays that says IT'S THE WACKY WACKY WORD SHOW. THE WACKY WACKY WORD SHOW. THE WACKY WORD SHOW. SO WACKY.
Zoey and Lukas dance in the attic.
Lukas is around 11, with short straight brown hair and wears jeans and a gray and greens sweater.
Zoey says IT'S ME ZOEY.
Lukas says I'M LUKAS.
Zoey says WE PLAY WITH WORDS.
In animation, a dictionary walks around the Earth as Lukas and Zoey dance on the Moon.
Lukas says HAVE LOTS OF FUN.
Zoey says ON THE WACKY WORD SHOW FUN IS NUMBER 1.
As they play the ukulele, animate musical notes come out and the word "Fun" appears in colourful animated letters.
Zoey says NOW WE LOVE BOOKS AND STORIES.
Lukas jumps inside a dictionary and Zoey closes it.
Lukas says MAKE STUFF UP THAT'S WHAT WE DO.
Zoey says DID WE MENTION ACTING WACKY?
They both say YEAH WE DO THAT TOO.
Zoey says WE GOT TONS OF GUESTS AND BOOBOO BOT.
Different kids appear on several screens.
Booboo Bot is a robot made out of an old typewriter as the body and a tablet as the head.
Lukas says GAMES AND JOKES WITH YOU.
The song continues IT'S THE WACKY WACKY WORD SHOW. THE WACKY WACKY WORD SHOW. THE WACKY WORD SHOW. HERE WE GO.
Lukas and Zoey run along with the animated letters.
The song continues THE WACKY WORD SHOW. SO WACKY!
In the attic, Lukas and Zoey wear sunglasses and take pictures of themselves.
Lukas says OH YEAH. WE'RE STARS.
Zoey says WOULDN'T IT BE COOL TO BE POP-STARS AND HAVE FANS LISTENING TO YOUR SONGS ALL OVER THE WORLD?
Lukas says INTERNATIONAL SENSATION.
Zoey says WE'VE BEEN DREAMING OF SUPERSTARDOM BECAUSE WE'VE BEEN WRITING SOME SONGS.
Playing the Ukele, Zoey sings THROW YOUR HANDS IN THE AIR AND DANCE ALL DAY AND DREAM LIKE YOU DARE.
Playing tambourine, Lukas sings TO TOUCH THE SKY. WATCH THE STARS MULTIPLY.
Zoey says WE'RE STILL WORKING ON IT BUT IT COULD BE A NUMBER 1 HIT.
Lukas says WE COULD BE LYRICAL LEGENDS.
BooBoo Bot says BOOBOO BOT NUMBER 1 FAN.
Zoey says IT'S SO MUCH FUN WRITING SONGS WITH WORDS THAT RHYME OR THAT START WITH THE SAME SOUND. IT'S CALLED WORD PLAY.
Lukas says ANOTHER KIND OF WORD PLAY IS PUNS. WHO DOESN'T LOVE MAKING JOKES WITH WORDS THAT SOUND ALIKE BUT HAVE DIFFERENT MEANINGS? NOT ME. I AM THE PUN KING OR AM I THE PUMPKIN?
A caption reads "Laughter."
BooBoo Bot says CLEVER LUKAS.
Zoey sings TODAY'S SHOW, IT'S GOT THE BEAT.
Lukas sings LIKE A JALAPENO PEPPER IT BRINGS THE HEAT.
Zoey sings WITH WORDS TO PLAY AND SONGS TO SAY.
Lukas sings WE'RE GONNA HAVE A BLAST TODAY.
Zoey says SO LET'S
They yell GO!
An animated slate shows people dancing.
Lukas stands by a TV and says HEY. DO YOU KNOW WHAT KIND OF BAND CAN'T PLAY MUSIC?
Kids appear on the TV.
A boy wearing a purple sweater says NO.
BooBoo Bot says ME NEITHER.
Twin sister 1 says NO.
Twin sister 2 says NO. WHAT IS IT?
Lukas says A RUBBER BAD.
Twin sister 1 says OH.
BooBoo Bot says VERY FUNNY.
Zoey sits at a desk holding a book.
Zoey says I'M LOOKING UP RHYMING WORDS THAT LUKAS AND I CAN USE IN OUR SONGS. BUT SONGS AREN'T THE ONLY THINGS THAT USE WORD PLAY LIKE RHYMING.
She plays a video on a laptop.
She says LOTS OF STORIES, ESPECIALLY ONES FOR KIDS, USE RHYMING LIKE THE CAT IN THE HAT BY DR. SEUSS. RHYMING STORIES ARE REALLY FUN TO READ. THE GREAT PLAYWRIGHT WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS WRITERS OF ALL TIME, USED LOADS OF PUNS AND RHYMES IN HIS PLAYS.
A picture of Shakespeare says WORD PLAY WAS MY GAME AND EVERYONE KNOWS MY NAME.
BooBoo Bot says BRILLIANT.
Zoey laughs and says SOME PEOPLE THINK SHAKESPEARE EVEN INVENTED THE KNOCK KNOCK JOKE IN HIS PLAY MACBETH OVER 400 YEARS AGO.
In an animation, Shakespeare says HMM. WHAT SHALL THIS CHARACTER SAY? OOH, I KNOW! KNOCK KNOCK. WHO'S THERE?
In off, Figs says FIGS.
Shakespeare says FIGS WHO?
Figs says FIGS THE BROKEN DOORBELL.
Shakespeare says NO, WAIT, THAT DOESN'T SOUND RIGHT. RRRRR.
In a warehouse, Lukas says WELCOME TO THE WORD PLAY WAREHOUSE.
Zoey says HI. I'M LOOKING FOR SOME WORD PLAY TO PUT IN THE SONG I'M WRITING. COULD YOU SHOW ME SOME SAMPLES?
Lukas says SURE. WE'VE GOT YOUR PUNS, YOUR RHYMES, YOUR WACKY WORDS, YOUR CLEVER JOKES, YOUR TWISTY TONGUE TWISTERS AND...
Zoey says OH, I'LL TRY THE WACKY WORDS PLEASE.
Lukas says AISLE 3.
BooBoo Bot says RUN.
Lukas runs to aisle 3.
Zoey says IS THIS THE WACKY WORD SECTION?
Wearing a moustache, Lukas nods and says SNOOPALAGOOP GAZALALOOP.
BooBoo Bot says SO WACKY.
Zoey chuckles and says I'LL TRY A PUN NOW.
Lukas says AISLE 12.
BooBoo Bot says HURRY. WHOA.
Now, Lukas appears out of breath and wearing an orange wig.
Surprised, Zoey looks at him and says I'D LIKE ONE OF YOUR PUNS PLEASE.
Lukas says WHAT DO YOU CALL AN ALLIGATOR IN A VEST? AN IN-VEST-IGATOR.
Zoey chuckles and says GOOD ONE. I LIKE THIS PLACE. HOW ABOUT A TONGUE TWISTER NEXT?
Lukas says THAT'S... THAT'S ALL THE WAY OVER... FINE. AISLE 88.
BooBoo Bot says WHOA! GO FASTER.
Lukas runs to get to aisle 88.
Zoey says UH, YOU'RE...UH...
BooBoo Bot says UH-OH.
Zoey says HOW COME YOU'RE THE ONLY ONE WORKING HERE?
Lukas removes the wig and the moustache and says FINE. YOU GOT ME. I'M TRYING TO GET A PROMOTION. MY LAST JOB DIDN'T END TOO WELL.
Zoey says WHAT HAPPENED?
Lukas says I GOT FIRED FROM THE CALENDAR FACTORY. ALL I DID WAS TAKE A DAY OFF.
Now, Lukas stands next to the TV.
Lukas says HEY GUYS. I HAVE A CHALLENGE FOR YOU.
The caption changes to "Tongue Twisters!"
BooBoo Bot says DANGER AHEAD.
Lukas says WHEN YOU USE WORDS THAT START WITH THE SAME SOUND IT'S CALLED ALLITERATION. ALL THOSE SAME SOUNDS CLOSE TOGETHER CAN BE HARD TO SAY. THAT'S WHY ALLITERATION MAKES FUNNY TONGUE TWISTERS. TRY TO SAY THIS FAST.
The caption changes to "Six slippery snails slide slowly."
Lukas says GO!
A boy wearing a white polo-shirt says SIX SIPPERY, SLIPPERY SNAILS SLIDE SLOW SLOWLY.
A boy with a hoodie says SIX SLIPPERY NAILS SIDE SLIDE SLOWLY. SIX SLIPPERY NAILS.
BooBoo Bot says OOPS.
The boy with a hoodie says SNAILS.
A boy with long hair says SIX SIPPERLY, SIP... SLIP...
A boy with a red long sleeved T-shit says SIX SLIPPERLY...
Twin girls say SIX SLIPPERY SLIDES SNAIL...
The boy wearing a white polo-shirt says SIX SLIPPERY SNAILS SLIDE SLOWLY.
BooBoo Bot says WELL DONE.
In a clip, Zoey sings holding a microphone against an animated background.
Zoey sings ALLITERATION SONG. ALLITERATION SONG. A-A-ALLITERATION SONG. STARTING SENTENCES WITH THE SAME SOUND. FOREVER FINDING BLIPS TO BOP WORDS AROUND. REPETITIVE RAP. READY TO TRY? IT'S SUPER SIMPLE TO SING MY ALLITERATION SONG. ALLITERATION SONG. A-A-ALLITERATION SONG. BETTER BE BOUNCING. BUSTING A BEAT. MAKING MORE MUSIC.
HEY, THAT'S SILLY AND SWEET. BEFORE MY BYE BYE. HEY, WHY DON'T YOU TRY? IT'S SUPER SIMPLE TO SING MY ALLITERATION SONG. ALLITERATION SONG. ALLURING. ADORABLE. HEY, SING ALONG. ALLITERATION SONG. ALLITERATION SONG. A-A-ALLITERATION SONG.
Lukas says LET'S TRY THE PETER PIPER TONGUE TWISTER.
The caption changes to "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers."
A boy with a gray jacket says PETER PACK A PICK, OH. PETER PACK, OH.
A blond boy says A PECK OF PICKLES.
Twin girl 1 says PETER PICKED. PETER PIPER PICKED A PECK OF PICKLES PEPPER?
BooBoo Bot says INCORRECT.
A red-haired girl says PETER PECKER. I GOT IT WRONG.
Twin girl 2 says PIPER PEPPER PICKLE PICKED.
The boy with a red T-shirt says PETER PIPER PICKED A PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS. YES!
In the attic, Lukas says ZOEY, SAY SIX STICKY SKELETONS 3 TIMES FAST. GO!
Zoey says SIX STICKY SKELETONS. SIX STICKY SKELETONS. SIX STICKY SKELETONS.
The caption changes to "Applause."
Lukas says GREAT JOB. WANNA MEET SOMEONE WHO'S GREAT AT WORD PLAY?
Zoey plays the Ukele and sings SHE RAPS AND SINGS AND WE'RE SO EXCITED.
Lukas sings THAT SHE SAID YES WHEN SHE WAS INVITED.
Zoey says PLEASE WELCOME HUA LI.
Hua Lips is in her mid-twenties with two long black braids and bangs. She wears a black and white top under a lilac coat, a golden necklace and white trousers.
Hua Li raps DON'T HAND ME INDIFFERENCE. HUA LI RUNNING VOCAL SPRINTS. GOT ME BURNING UP LIKE I'M A YOUNG ASIAN RAP ICARUS. MY HUBRIS. I DO THIS. TURN AROUND AND QUOTE CONFUCIOUS. IT'S FRUITLESS. THIS SMOOTHNESS. GUESS MY HUNGER'S JUST THAT RUTHLESS.
Zoey says THAT WAS AMAZING. GOOD JOB.
Lukas says GOOD JOB.
BooBoo Bot says BOOBOO BOT IMPRESSED. YO.
A Hua Li's video clip plays.
Hua Li sings WHERE I COME FROM OR IS IT FLATTERY. I GET SO EASILY CUT DOWN.
Zoey says WHAT'S THE MOST IMPORTANT PART ABOUT WRITING A RAP SONG?
Hua Li says WELL, I THINK ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT PARTS IS DEFINITELY RHYMING. IT MAKES THINGS SOUND VERY MUSICAL THAT WE END OUR LINES WITH THE SAME SOUND. SO I'M GONNA COME UP WITH A LINE AND THEN EACH OF YOU COME UP WITH A LINE TO ANSWER. I'M IN THE ATTIC WITH LUKAS AND ZOEY.
Lukas says UNDER THE LAMP, IT SURE IS GLOWY.
Zoey says OUTSIDE MY HOUSE IT'S COLD AND SNOWY.
Hua Li says AMAZING. THE OTHER THING THAT'S IMPORTANT IS BEATS AND RHYTHM.
Hua Li says HOW ARE HEY DIFFERENT?
Lukas says THE BEAT OF A SONG IS STEADY. RIGHT? IT'S LIKE THE PART THAT YOU CAN DANCE TO.
Zoey says YEAH.
Hua Li says OKAY? Clapping, she says ALWAYS GOING AT THE SAME SPEED BUT THEN IF I WAS TO RAP AND ONLY BE ON THE BEAT LIKE, I'M... WITH... LUKAS... AND... ZOEY. IT WOULD BE PRETTY BORING RIGHT?
Zoey says YEAH.
Hua Li says SO RHYTHM IS WHAT COMES IN IN BETWEEN THE BEATS OR OVER TOP OF THE BEATS TO INTERACT WITH THEM.
In the video clip, Hua Li raps IT AIN'T ANY BETTER. LOOKS LIKE I'M ABOUT TO WRECK HER. APPEAR IN TO HER MIND. TRYING TO FIND MYSELF A SIGN. SHE HASN'T CHANGED WITH TIME SO I SEE WE IN A BIND.
Hua Li says SO LET'S TRY A REALLY SIMPLE RHYTHM WHERE WE'LL DO 2 WORDS OR SYLLABLES PER BEAT. RIGHT? SO IT'LL BE LIKE DA DA DA DA DA DA DA DA. Hua Li raps WORDS HAVE GOT US CUCKOO LATELY.
Zoey raps WE'RE ALL SUPER STARS TO BE.
Hua Li says NICE.
Lukas raps HANGING OUT WITH RAPPER HUA LI.
Hua Li says AMAZING.
BooBoo Bot says SUPERSTARS.
Hua Li says YOU KNOW SOMETHING THAT'S A LOT LIKE RHYME IS ALLITERATION. DO YOU THINK YOU CAN COME UP WITH YOUR OWN ALLITERATIVE PHRASES?
Lukas says UM, I THINK I'VE GOT ONE. WILD WATERMELONS WERE WACKY WITH THE WACKY WORD SHOW.
Hua Li says AMAZING AND HERE WE ARE ON THE WACKY WORD SHOW.
Zoey says OOH, I GOT ONE. CRAZY CATS CLEARLY COMPENSATE CUCKOO CLOCKS.
Hua Li laughs and says I I LOVE IT.
Zoey says DO YOU HAVE ANY ADVICE FOR LIKE WHAT SONGS WE SHOULD WRITE?
Hua Li says YOU KNOW, WHEN YOU'RE A SUPERSTAR, LOTS AND LOTS OF PEOPLE LISTEN TO WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY. IT'S IMPORTANT TO BE AUTHENTIC. THE MOST SPECIAL THING ABOUT YOU IS YOU.
Zoey says YEAH, YOU'RE RIGHT.
Lukas says YEAH.
Hua Li says SO WHEN YOU'RE WRITING SONGS BE YOURSELF AND REPRESENT YOURSELF THE BEST WAY THAT YOU CAN.
Zoey says WE GOT THIS LUKAS.
Lukas says YEAH.
Zoey raps THANKS FOR BEING ON OUR SHOW.
Lukas raps TO SHARE COOL STUFF WE WANT TO KNOW.
Hua Li raps IT WAS A PLEASURE TO HELP YOUR SONGS FLOW.
They dance and high-five.
BooBoo Bot says DANCING MACHINE.
An animated board reads "Game Show."
Contestants stand behind counters.
Wearing a blue wig, Zoey says WELCOME TO CELEBRITY SYLLABLE SCRAMBLE.
The Audience says YAY.
Zoey says SAY HELLO TO AVAH AND NOLA ON TEAM GUITAR. AND JUSTIN AND DANTE ON TEAM DRUMBEAT. HERE'S HOW TO PLAY. I GIVE YOU A CLUE AND YOU GIVE ME THE ANSWER THAT HAS THE CORRECT NUMBER OF SYLLABLES. EVERY CORRECT ANSWER IS 2 POINTS. THE TEAM WITH THE MOST POINTS WINS. WE'LL START WITH 2 SYLLABLE WORDS. TEAM DRUMBEAT YOU'RE UP FIRST. She reads AFTER A SHOW WE THROW THIS KIND OF EVENT WITH FOOD AND DANCING.
Justin is around 10 years old. He has short curly black hair and wears a blue long-sleeved T-shirt. Dante is around 11 years old. He has long hair and wears a gray sweater.
Justin says I THINK IT'S PAR-TY, PAR-TY.
Dante says YEAH.
Justin says YEAH? PARTY.
Zoey says THAT'S CORRECT.
Justin says YES.
Zoey says TEAM GUITAR. MUSIC MAKES ME THIS, THE OPPOSITE OF SAD.
Avah is around 10 years old. She has long blond hair and wears a blue long-sleeved T-shirt. Nola is around 9 years old. She has black hair in a long ponytail and wears a patterned long-sleeved T-shirt.
Avah is about to whispers something to Nola but Nola says HAPPY?
Zoey says GOOD JOB. YOU GOT IT.
Zoey says OKAY, WE'RE SWITCHING TO 3 SYLLABLE WORDS.
BooBoo Bot says OOH. BOOBOO BOT IS 3 SYLLABLES.
Zoey says THIS ANIMAL CAN MAKE SOUNDS LIKE A TRUMPET.
Justin says LIKE A TRUMPET?
Dante says EL-E-PHANT.
Justin says YEAH.
Dante says ELEPHANT.
Zoey says YEAH THAT'S ANOTHER ONE. GOOD JOB. TEAM GUITAR. THIS IS AN ANIMAL THAT DOESN'T EXIST ANYMORE.
Avah says DIN-O-SAUR.
Nola says I THINK IT'S DINOSAUR.
Zoey says YEAH, GOOD JOB. THAT'S ANOTHER ONE. OKAY. WE'RE MOVING ONTO 4 SYLLABLES. BEGINNING TO GET A LITTLE HARDER. THIS CRAWLING INSECT CHANGES ITSELF INTO A FLYING INSECT.
Justin says INTO A FLYING INSECT.
Dante says I THINK BUT-TER-FLY.
Justin says OH YEAH, TRUE. BUTTERFLY, YEAH.
Zoey says NO.
Avah and Nola whisper YES!
Zoey says TEAM GUITAR YOU'LL GET A BONUS POINT IF YOU CAN GET THE RIGHT ANSWER WHICH WILL PUT YOU IN THE LEAD.
Nola says LADYBUG?
Zoey says NO. THAT'S NOT IT EITHER.
Justin says YEAH!
Zoey says TEAM GUITAR YOU DIDN'T GET THAT BONUS POINT. I THINK YOU GUYS FORGOT IT'S 4 SYLLABLES. CAT-ER-PIL-LAR. YOU GUYS WERE REALLY CLOSE. TEAM GUITAR, HERE'S YOUR BRAND NEW 4 SYLLABLE WORD. IN THE SUMMER YOU CAN EAT THIS BIG FRUIT AND SPIT OUT THE SEEDS.
Nola says I THINK IT'S A WATERMELON.
Zoey says YEAH, THAT'S RIGHT. STILL A CLOSE GAME GUYS. READY DRUMBEAT? IT'S GONNA GET HARDER.
The score reads "Guitar: 6 points. Drumbeat: 4 points."
Zoey says 5 SYLLABLES. THIS ENERGY MAKES THINGS LIKE LIGHTS AND TV'S WORK.
Dante says E-LEC-TRIC-I-TY.
Justin says E-LEC-TRIC-I-TY. YEAH.
Zoey says THAT'S RIGHT.
Dante says YES!
Zoey says ALRIGHT, THIS IS THE LAST ONE. TEAM GUITAR, IF YOU GET THIS ONE YOU'LL WIN BUT IF YOU DON'T TEAM DRUMBEAT GETS A CHANCE FOR A BONUS POINT AND THEY COULD WIN. THIS IS WHERE PEOPLE EAT LUNCH AT SCHOOL.
Avah says CAF-E-TE-RI-A.
Zoey says YEAH. WOW. THAT'S AMAZING. YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME. ALRIGHT. TEAM DRUMBEAT GOT 3 ANSWERS CORRECT WHICH MEANS YOU GOT A TOTAL OF 6 POINTS. GOOD JOB. AND TEAM GUITAR YOU GOT 4 QUESTIONS RIGHT SO YOU GOT 8 POINTS. GOOD JOB, YOU WIN. YOU GUYS ARE BOTH STARS. THANKS FOR PLAYING.
They all clap.
A girl wearing glasses says WHAT DO YOU CALL A COW THAT PLAYS A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT? A MOO-SICIAN.
A boy with a short black hair says WHAT'S BEETHOVEN'S FAVOURITE FRUIT?
The boy with a red T-shirt says I DON'T KNOW.
The boy with a short black hair says BA-NA-NA-NA.
Now, Zoey and Lukas appear in a TV news program, dressed as the hosts.
Zoey says AND NOW OVER TO LARRY O'BARRY FOR YOUR LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST.
Lukas says THANKS LOUISE. DID YOU NOTICE THE BREEZE? A STORM IS COMING. THUNDER IS HUMMING.
Zoey says SO LARRY. SHOULD WE TAKE AN UMBRELLA?
Lukas says I HAD A PIZZA WITH DOUBLE MOZZARELLA. IN THE RAIN YOU NEED AN UMBRELLA.
Zoey says SO, CAN WE EXPECT THE TEMPERATURE TO DIP DOWN TONIGHT?
Lukas says YOU COULD BE RIGHT. THERE WILL BE NO SUNLIGHT SO PUT A WARM BLANKET ON YOUR BED AND REMEMBER EVERYTHING THAT LARRY JUST SAID.
Zoey says OKAY. BYE LARRY. NOW SITTING IN FOR GREG AT THE SPORTS DESK IS LARRY O'BARRY.
Lukas says IN FOOTBALL NEWS. THE TEAM GOT NEW SHOES.
Zoey grabs her head.
A girl wearing a gray T-shirt says WHAT'S THE MOST MUSICAL PART OF YOUR BODY? YOUR NOSE. YOU CAN BLOW IT AND PICK IT.
Working on a laptop, Lukas says I'M GETTING BOOBOO BOT TO HELP ME WRITE SOME SONG LYRICS. HERE'S A LYRIC I STARTED. EVERY MINUTE WITHOUT MY BEST FRIEND ZOEY FEELS LIKE...
BooBoo Bot says 60 SECONDS.
Lukas smiles and says I WAS HOPING IT WOULD BE A LITTLE MORE IMAGINATIVE WITH A WORD PLAY. LET'S TRY THIS RAP. MY LYRICS ARE AS COOL AS...
BooBoo Bot says BETWEEN 7 AND 12 DEGREES CELCIUS.
Lukas says BOOBOO BOT, I WANT YOU TO WRITE IMAGINATIVE SONG LYRICS NOT GIVE LOGICAL ANSWERS.
Shaking, BooBoo Bot says WHAT? ILLOGICAL. ILLOGICAL. DOES NOT COMPUTE. ERROR, ERROR, ERROR... I'M FREAKING OUT. I'M FREAKING OUT. LUKAS IS CRAZY.
Lukas turns BooBoo Bot off and says SOMETIMES I FORGET HE'S A BOT.
He puts blue glasses on BooBoo Bot.
Lukas says BUT SOMEDAY I'LL MAKE HIM A POP-STAR.
BooBoo Bot says HA HA. BOOBOO BOT'S A STAR.
Zoey says IT'S THE WACKY CHALLENGE WITH YOUR HOSTS ZOEY AND LUKAS.
Now, Zoey and Lukas wear wigs and red and black checked jackets.
Zoey raps IT'S TIME FOR THE CHALLENGE ON THE SHOW TODAY.
Lukas raps RAP AND RHYMING ALL KINDS OF WORDPLAY.
Zoey raps CHICKA CHICKA WHAT?!
Zoey says WE'VE GOT TEAM RHYMING RABBITS.
Taylor is around 12 years old. She has blond hair in two ponytails and wears a blue T-shirt.
Taylor says WHAT'S UP? I'M TAYLOR BUT YOU CAN CALL ME T-SWIZZLE.
Kieran is around 11 years old. He has short black hair and has his head shaved on the sides. He wears a red T-shirt.
Kieran says AND I'M KIERAN BUT MY STAGE NAME IS K-DOG.
Zoey says AND TEAM RAPPING RACCOONS.
Chiara is around 12 years old. She has long brown hair. She wears a beige T-shirt.
Chiara says YO, I'M CHIARA BUT YOU CAN CALL ME KIKI G.
Destiny is around 12 years old. She has tight braids and wears a gray hoodie.
Destiny says AND I'M DESTINY BUT I GO BY DEST-A-BEATS WITH A Z.
BooBoo Bot says I AM BOOBOO BEATS. HA HA.
Lukas says AND HELPING OUT TODAY IS OUR SPECIAL GUEST RAPPER AND SINGER HUA LI.
Hua Li high-fives the contestants and says HEY GUYS. ARE YOU GUYS READY TO RAP TODAY?
Contestants say YEAH!
Lukas says ZOEY AND I WROTE 2 SPECIAL RAPS. WE LEFT OUT 4 WORDS.
Zoey says YOUR CHALLENGE IS TO FIND THE RHYMING OBJECT FOR EACH BLANK WORD.
Various objects sit on a table.
Zoey says THE TEAM THAT FINDS ALL THEIR CORRECT RHYMING OBJECTS FIRST WINS.
Hua Li says GO!
Chiara reads RAT-A-TAT I CAN SPLIT MY THYMES ALL DAY, WORDS FLOWING FREELY LIKE A CAN OF...
Destiny says YOU HAVE TO FIND SOMETHING FOR DAY.
Chiara says DAY.
Destiny says UM, WHAT RHYMES WITH DAY? HAIRSPRAY? MAYBE?
Chiara says YES.
Destiny says PROBABLY, LET'S GO WITH IT.
Destiny picks a hairspray and places it on a table.
Hua Li says ALRIGHT, WE'VE GOT OUR FIRST OBJECT.
Hua Li uncovers a word on a white board.
Hua Li says HAIRSPRAY.
Destiny says WOO!
Chiara says YAY!
Taylor reads I'M RAPPING FOR THE PEOPLE ALL OVER TOWN, IT'S A BATTLE FOR THE WINNER OF THE SHYNY...
Kieran says CROWN!
On the white board, Hua Li says WE'VE GOT SHINY CROWN. NICE.
Kieran says YES.
Taylor says OKAY.
Lukas says THE TEAMS ARE TIED WITH ONE OBJECT EACH. THEY'RE LOOKING FOR THEIR SECOND RHYME.
Chiara reads MY BEATS ARE SO SMOOTH THEY GRAB YOU LIKE A HOOK, I GET ALL MY RHYMES FROM A BIG OLD...
Destiny says HOOK, HOOK.
Chiara says HOOK, HOOK, HOOK.
They look through the objects.
Taylor reads DOWN THE BLOCK, UP THE STREET OR ON THE BOULEVARD, I'LL MAKE YOU SMILE ALL DAY LIKE A...
Taylor says WE NEED A RHYME FOR BOULEVARD.
Chiara says HMM HOOK, HOOK. BOOK, BOOK, BOOK, BOOK...
Hua Li uncovers a word. It reads "book."
Lukas says THEY'VE GOT IT. BOOK.
Chiara says YES!
Zoey says TEAM RHYMING RABBITS STILL TRYING TO FIND SOMETHING THAT RHYMES WITH BOULEVARD.
Kieran says NOT THAT EITHER. NO.
Lukas says THEY'RE REALLY STUMPED.
Taylor says OKAY, WE'LL SKIP IT. OKAY.
Lukas says OOHH, THEY'RE SKIPPING A WORD.
Kieran reads I'M A RAPPING MACHINE, SO COOL AND SO SLICK, MY BEATS ARE AS HEAVY AS A HOUSE MADE OF...
Destiny and Chiara read I KEEP IT FRESH I KEEP IT REAL, LIKE MY BREAKFAST...
Chiara says SOMETHING MEAL. MEAL BUT LIKE WE DON'T...DO WE HAVE A MEAL? IS CHICKEN A MEAL?
Destiny says THERE'S OATMEAL.
Hua Li uncovers the word on the board and says TA-DA.
Destiny says YES.
Zoey says RAPPING RACCOONS MOVING ONTO THEIR FINAL OBJECT. THE RHYMING RABBITS STILL HAVE 3 OBJECTS TO GO AND NOW THEY'RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING THAT RHYMES WITH SLICK.
Taylor says BRICK.
Hua Li says BRICK.
Lukas says 2 CORRECT RHYMES FOR THE RHYMING RABBITS. THEY'RE CATCHING UP.
Chiara reads MOVE YOUR FEET TO THE BEAT AND LET YOURSELF GO, GET LOOSE LIKE A GOOSE AND TIE IT WITH A...
Chiara says WHAT'S GO GO GO?
Zoey says IF RAPPING RACCOONS FIND THE OBJECT THAT RHYMES WITH GO FASTER THAN THE RHYMING RABBITS CAN FIND THEIR LAST 2 OBJECTS, THEY'LL WIN.
Kieran reads IF YOU WANT TO BE A STAR AND A BOSS LIKE ME, LET THE RHYMES FLOW AND YOU'LL HAVE THE...
Chiara says THAT'S TOE. IS THIS A BOW? DOES THIS COUNT AS A BOW?
Destiny says IT GOES ON A PRESENT.
Hua Li uncovers a word. It reads "bow."
Destiny says YES.
Zoey says TEAM RAPPING RACCOONS YOU GOT ALL YOUR RHYMES. YOU'RE THE WINNERS.
BooBoo Bot says GAME OVER.
Zoey says TEAM RHYMING RABBITS YOU COULDN'T FIND 2 OF 4 OF YOUR RHYMING OBJECTS.
Lukas says WE WERE LOOKING FOR BIRTHDAY CARD WHICH WAS THE RHYME FOR BOULEVARD AND KEY WHICH WAS THE RHYME FOR THE WORD ME.
Chiara says WOO-HOO!
Hua Li says HOLD UP. WE COULD NOT END THIS CHALLENGE WITHOUT A RAP BATTLE.
Destiny says YEAH!
Chiara raps MOVE YOUR FEET TO THE BEAT AND LET YOURSELF GO, GET LOOSE LIKE A GOOSE AND TIE IT WITH A...
Destiny says WITH A WHAT?
Chiara says A BOW!
Hua Li chuckles and says VERY NICE. TEAM RHYMING RABBITS. LET'S KICK IT.
Kieran raps DOWN THE BLOCK, UP THE STREET OR ON THE BOULEVARD, I'LL MAKE YOU SMILE ALL DAY LIKE A BIRTHDAY CARD.
Taylor says BIR-BIRTHDAY CARD.
Taylor raps OF YOU WANT TO BE A STAR AND A BOSS LIKE ME, LET THE RHYMES FLOW AND YOU'LL HAVE THE
Kieran says KEY!
Zoey says YOU ARE ALL SUPER RAPPERS.
Lukas says THANKS GUYS AND THANKS HUA LI.
Hua Li says PEACE OUT ZOEY.
Kieran says PEACE OUT.
A girl with long black hair says WHAT IS A BALLOON'S FAVOURITE MUSIC?
A girl with a yellow sweater says NOT SURE.
The boy with a purple sweater says POP MUSIC.
A boy says POP!
Dante says BADA BOOM.
Zoey says WE GOT SO INSPIRED BY TODAY'S SHOW THAT WE'VE GOT A MILLION IDEAS FOR SONGS.
Lukas says AND A MILLION AND ONE WAYS TO WHIP UP WORD PLAY.
Zoey says NICE ALLITERATION LUKAS.
Lukas says ZANKS ZOEY.
Zoey chuckles and sings SO THAT'S OUR SHOW. IT'S TIME TO GO. WE HOPE YOU HAD SOME FUN.
Lukas says WITH RHYTHM AND RHYMES AND POP-STAR GOOD TIMES.
Zoey says AND NOW OUR SHOW IS DONE.
BooBoo Bot says BOOBOO BOT OUT.
Music plays as the end credits roll.
Zoey sings BETTER BE BOUNCING, BUSTING A BEAT. MAKING MORE MUSIC. HEY, THAT'S SILLY AND SWEET. BEFORE MY BYE BYE. HEY, WHY DON'T YOU TRY? IT'S SUPER SIMPLE TO SING MY ALLITERATION SONG. ALLITERATION SONG. ALLURING. ADORABLE. HEY, SING ALONG. ALLITERATION SONG. ALLITERATION SONG. A-A-ALLITERATION SONG.
(MIC FEEDBACK) (CROWD CHEERING)
Logo: Apartment 11 Productions.
Copyright 2019, Bing Productions Inc.
Teacher Vickita says THAT WAS AWESOME! BUT TO WRITE, WE DON'T JUST NEED RHYTHM AND RHYME. WE NEED POETIC DEVICES TO HELP OUR WRITING BECOME MORE IMAGINATIVE AND CREATIVE. THE SIX MOST POPULAR POETIC DEVICES ARE... .SIMILE! A SIMILE IS A COMPARISON OF TWO THINGS BY USING THE WORDS "LIKE" OR "AS." SOME EXAMPLES ARE- "HE IS AS TALL AS A GIRAFFE." WE'RE COMPARING THE PERSON TO A GIRAFFE. "AS BRAVE AS A LION." THE PERSON IS AS BRAVE AS A LION. SO, WE'RE COMPARING THE PERSON TO A LION. "THEY FOUGHT LIKE CATS AND DOGS." SO, AS YOU CAN SEE, YOU'RE COMPARING TWO THINGS USING THE WORD "LIKE." OR "AS." SIMILE. NEXT WE HAVE METAPHOR. METAPHOR IS VERY SIMILAR TO SIMILES. IT'S A COMPARISON OF TWO THINGS, BUT WITHOUT USING THE WORD "LIKE" OR "AS." SO, HOW DOES THAT WORK? SOME EXAMPLES ARE- "THE SNOW IS AS... "IS A WHITE BLANKET." "THE SNOW IS A WHITE BLANKET." SO, YOU'RE DIRECTLY COMPARING IT WITHOUT THE USE OF THE WORD "LIKE" OR "AS." "HE IS A SHINING STAR." "THE WIND IS A HOWLING WOLF TONIGHT." NOTICE YOU'RE COMPARING TWO THINGS WITHOUT THE USE OF "LIKE" OR "AS." THAT'S METAPHOR. NEXT, WE HAVE ONOMATOPOEIA. WHEW! THAT'S A LONG WORD. IT'S A WORD THAT IMITATES SOUND. SO, LET'S LOOK AT SOME EXAMPLES. "SPLISH," "SPLASH," "POP," "BANG," "BUZZ," "ZING," "ZAP." ALL OF THESE WORDS IMITATE THE SOUND IT REPRESENTS. THAT'S ONOMATOPOEIA. NEXT WE HAVE HYPERBOLE. HYPERBOLE IS AN EXAGGERATED STATEMENT. WE USE THESE ALL THE TIME TO EXPRESS OURSELVES. FOR EXAMPLE, "MY BACKPACK WEIGHS A TONNE." "I WALKED A MILLION MILES TO GET HERE." "SHE RUNS FASTER THAN THE WIND." "I'M SO HUNGRY I COULD EAT A HORSE." THESE ARE ALL STATEMENTS THAT AREN'T TRUE. THEY EXPRESS WHAT YOU FEEL, BUT THEY'RE DEFINITELY EXAGGERATED. HYPERBOLE. NEXT WE HAVE PERSONIFICATION. PERSONIFICATION GIVES HUMAN QUALITIES TO ANIMALS OR OBJECTS. EXAMPLES- "THE STARS WINKED AT ME." "LIGHTNING DANCED ACROSS THE SKY." AGAIN, STARS CAN'T WINK AND LIGHTNING DEFINITELY CAN'T DANCE. "MY ALARM CLOCK YELLS AT ME TO GET OUT OF BED." "I HEARD THE LAST SLICE OF PIZZA CALLING MY NAME." NOW, PIZZA CAN'T CALL YOU, BUT IT EXPRESSES WHAT YOU'RE FEELING, AND THAT'S WHY PERSONIFICATION ADDS CREATIVITY TO YOUR WRITING. LAST BUT DEFINITELY NOT LEAST IS REPETITION. REPETITION IS REPEATING THE SAME WORDS OR PHRASES TO MAKE AN IDEA CLEARER AND MORE MEMORABLE. FOR EXAMPLE- "IF YOU THINK YOU CAN DO IT." THE IDEA OF "YOU CAN DO IT." IS REPEATED SO IT EMPOWERS YOU. "LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW." WELL, REPETITION IS USED A LOT IN SONGS AND ALSO USED A LOT IN SPEECHES. HAVE YOU HEARD DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING'S "I HAVE A DREAM" SPEECH? IF YOU HAVEN'T, YOU SHOULD REALLY SEARCH IT UP. BUT HE USES THE IDEA OF REPETITION TO MAKE A STATEMENT, AND IT'S A VERY IMPORTANT ONE. SO, AGAIN, REPETITION. THOSE ARE THE SIX MOST POPULAR POETIC DEVICES. LET'S PLAY A MATCHING GAME. WE'LL MATCH THE POETIC DEVICES WITH AN EXAMPLE THAT IS PROVIDED. SO, HERE WE HAVE ALL THE POETIC DEVICES WE'VE LEARNT TODAY ON THE LEFT-HAND SIDE. AND ON THE RIGHT WE HAVE EXAMPLES THAT WE HAVE TO MATCH UP WITH THE POETIC DEVICES. FOR A BIT OF REVIEW, WE HAVE METAPHOR, SIMILE, ONOMATOPOEIA, PERSONIFICATION, REPETITION, AND HYPERBOLE. OKAY. LET'S GET STARTED. (READING FROM TEXT)
Teacher Vickita reads the first example and says "They ran as fast as a cheetah."
She says OKAY. THAT'S DEFINITELY COMPARING TWO THINGS USING "LIKE" OR "AS." SIMILE. (READING SECOND EXAMPLE)
Teacher Vickita says "When he told their story he went on and on and on."
Teacher Vickita says "ON AND ON AND ON." WE'RE REPEATING. IT'S REPETITION! (READING THIRD)
Teacher Vickita says "The broken shows lay sadly by the bin."
Teacher Vickita says WELL, SHOES CAN'T LAY SADLY, SO THAT MUST BE PERSONIFICATION. (READING FOURTH)
Teacher Vickita says "She can hear a pin drop a mile away."
She says THAT SEEMS LIKE A LITTLE BIT OF AN EXAGGERATION, DON'T YOU THINK? THAT'S HYPERBOLE.
She reads another example and says "Boom! Bang! Crash! The car halted to a stop."
She says WHOA, THOSE ARE ALL SOUNDS THAT ARE WRITTEN THROUGH LETTERS. HMM. THAT HAS TO BE ONOMATOPOEIA. (READING LAST EXAMPLE)
Teacher Vickita says "This class is golden."
Teacher Vickita says WELL, I'M COMPARING MY CLASS TO GOLD... .WITHOUT USING "LIKE" OR "AS." WELL, IT'S THE LAST ONE. METAPHOR! OKAY. I HOPE YOU ENJOYED THE GAME. THE NEXT ONE THAT WE'RE GOING TO BE DOING IS WE'RE GONNA BE CONSOLIDATING ALL OF OUR KNOWLEDGE WITH THIS FAMILIAR LULLABY. "TWINKLE, TWINKLE, LITTLE STAR."
The lullaby reads "Twinkle, twinkle, little star How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky... Then the traveler in the dark Thanks you for our tiny spark."
Teacher Vickita says WHAT WE'RE GONNA DO IS WE'RE GOING TO UNDERLINE ANY OF THE POETIC DEVICES THAT WE FIND. REMEMBER THAT NOT ALL POETIC DEVICES ARE USED IN EVERY POEM. AND WE'RE ALSO GOING TO BE LOOKING AT THEIR RHYME SCHEME. LET'S DO IT TOGETHER. (READING ALOUD) OKAY. "TWINKLE, TWINKLE." IS REPETITION. AND I SEE "UP ABOVE THE WORLD SO HIGH, "'LIKE' A DIAMOND IN THE SKY." I'M USING "LIKE." OR "AS" TO COMPARE, WHICH MEANS THAT I HAVE A SIMILE. I DON'T SEE ANY OF THE OTHER POETIC DEVICES IN THIS POEM OR LULLABY, AND THAT'S FINE, BECAUSE NOT ALL OF THEM NEED TO BE USED. OKAY. NOW WE'RE GONNA LOOK AT RHYME SCHEMES. SO, WE ARE GOING TO BE LOOKING AT THE LAST WORDS OF EVERY LINE, BECAUSE THIS POEM HAS END RHYME. LET'S DO IT TOGETHER. "TAR" AND "ARE"- I'VE NAMED THEM AA BECAUSE THEY RHYME. "HIGH" AND "SKY." BB, BECAUSE THEY ALSO RHYME. AND THEN "DARK" AND "SPARK," BECAUSE THEY MATCH. AND IF I SEE ANY OF THESE RHYMING WORDS LATER ON IN THE POEM IF IT CONTINUES, THEN I'LL NAME IT BY THE LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET. (RAUCOUS BIG BAND JAZZ PLAYING)
A hamster reading a book appears in a circle against a blue slate with the caption "Tumbleweed Presents."
A blue book with the title "Tumbletown Reads" appears. A picture of a street in Tumbletown illustrates the cover.
The book opens and a picture of a castle appears with the name of today's tale: "The Tumbletown poetry jam."
Onstage at a diner, a mouse says UH, IS THIS THING ON? (MIC FEEDBACK SQUEALING) OH, OKAY. UM, MY POEM IS CALLED "WHY I DON'T WEAR SOCKS." (SCATTERED APPLAUSE)
She says THANK YOU. I DON'T WEAR SOCKS. NO SOCKS FOR ME. I WANT MY PAWS TO BE FURRY AND FREE!
Chinchilla says CHINCHILLA!
In the audience, another rodent says WOW, THAT WAS WICKED, MAN! REALLY NICE.
Another rodent says THAT MOUSE SPEAKS THE TRUTH ABOUT SOCKS.
Tumbleweed says I LOVE THAT YOU STARTED A POETRY JAM, BRENT. WHO KNEW THERE WERE SO MANY POETS IN TUMBLETOWN?
Brent says IT'S A BIG HIT, BUDDY! YOU GONNA READ TONIGHT?
Tumbleweed says YOU BET! I'M ON RIGHT AFTER THAT GUY.
On stage, Chinchilla says CHINCHILLA, CHINCHILLA. CHINCHILLA, CHINCHILLA. CHIN-CHILLAH. (APPLAUSE AND WHISTLES) CHINCHILLA!
Tumbleweed says WOW! TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW.
Audience shouts CHINCHILLA! AH, THERE'S MY BOY! GO, FUZZY FACE!
Tumbleweed says THANK YOU! OKAY. MY POEM IS CALLED "BROWN FUN FUZZY FACE." (CLEARING THROAT) I HAVE BROWN FUR AND IT KEEPS ME WARM AND I LOVE BROWN FUR AND THIS MORNING I ATE A TACO! (SINGLE COUGH)
Tumbleweed says THANK YOU, TUMBLETOWN!
Later in his car, Tumbleweed says HMM. PEOPLE DIDN'T REALLY LIKE MY POEM MUCH. I'M GONNA HAVE TO STEP UP MY GAME FOR TOMORROW. (KEYS CLACKING)
At the gazette, Tumbleweed types and says AND, DONE! FINISHED MY WORK. NOW TO WORK ON MY POEM! LET'S SEE. OH- I GOT IT! THIS IS GONNA BE GREAT! (CRICKETS CHIRPING, OWL HOOTING)
The following night at the diner, a rodent goes on stage and says THIS NEXT POEM I WROTE WHILE WORKING AT MY FRUIT STAND. IT'S CALLED "STOP EATING THE FREE SAMPLES AND BUY SOMETHING."
A rabbit says DOWN IN FRONT!
On stage, Sal says FREE SAMPLES ARE GOOD. FREE SAMPLES ARE GREAT. BUT HONESTLY, YOU CAN'T JUST KEEP EATING THE FREE SAMPLES. YOU HAVE TO BUY SOMETHING! TRY THE PEACH COBBLER! PEACH COBBLER! (SCATTING) (APPLAUSE AND CHEERING)
Audience says YEAH, THAT'S GOOD! WAY TO GO!
Sal says WAIT, I'M NOT DONE... PEACH COBBLER! (APPLAUSE)
Audience says YEAH, MAN! PEACH COBBLER!
Now Tumbleweed goes on stage and says THIS IS PART TWO OF MY POEM, "BROWN FUR FUZZY FACE." (CLEARING THROAT) BROWN FUR FUZZY FACE, DRIVE MY CAR ALL OVER THE PLACE. GIVE ME THE TURTLE SOUP AND MAKE IT SNAPPY! THANK YOU.
A rodent trapped in a booth says HELP, I'M STUCK!
Brent says HEY, TUMBLEWEED! HOW DID IT GO, BUDDY?
Tumbleweed says NOT GOOD! ALL THE OTHER POETS GET CHEERS EXCEPT ME. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG?
Brent says WELL I'M NO EXPERT, BUDDY, BUT I WATCH THE AUDIENCE SO I SEE WHAT THEY LIKE.
Tumbleweed says WELL, DO TELL, DADDY-O.
Brent says WELL, THEY LIKE IT WHEN YOU MAKE 'EM FEEL SOMETHING, BUDDY! TAKE YOUR TIME WHEN YOU'RE READING. READ SOME PARTS SOFTLY, AND OTHER PARTS LOUD!
Tumbleweed says AHH! AH!
Brent says MAKE THE STORY COME ALIVE.
Tumbleweed says WOW! ALL THIS TIME I JUST WANTED NOT TO MAKE ANY MISTAKES. THANKS, BRENT. I'LL BE BACK TOMORROW. BUT CAN I HAVE SOME FOOD NOW?
Brent says SORRY, WE'RE CLOSED.
The following night, Tumbleweed says UH-- AHEM. (WITH PASSION) BROWN FUR! FUZZY FACE. DRIVE MY CAR, ALL OVER THE PLACE. GIVE ME THE TURTLE SOUP, AND MAKE IT... (WHISPERING)
Audience says THAT WAS BEAUTIFUL! I KNOW HIM! ENCORE! ENCORE!
A rodent says THAT HAMSTER IS SO COOL.
A rabbit says I THINK I'M GOING TO CRY!
Tumbleweed says THANK YOU! THANK YOU. NOW, THIS POEM HAS A PART TWO, AND IT GOES A LITTLE SOMETHING LIKE THIS. (CLEARING THROAT) I HAVE BROWN FUR! IT KEEPS ME WARM. I LOVE MY BROWN FUR. THIS MORNING, I ATE A TACO.
(CROWD CHEERING AND WHISTLING)
Tumbleweed says THANK YOU! THANK YOU, I'LL BE HERE ALL WEEK! TRY THE SEED SPECIAL! IT'S REALLY GOOD.
The TVO Kids logo appears.
Copyright 2019, The Ontario Educational Communications Authority.
Now another show rolls.
A boy pops up wearing cowboy clothes. He has wavy black hair.
A caption reads "Ranger Dalmar."
Then, a girl pops out of a barrel wearing a cowboy hat. She has curly brown hair. She winks an eye.
A caption reads "Ranger Kara."
Now another boy pops out of a saloon wearing ranger clothes. He has short blond hair.
A caption reads "Ranger Drew."
Now a woman with a white dress sits in a bookshop reading.
A caption reads "Miss Bookworth."
Now a woman and two bandits sit inside a room.
A caption reads "The Mayor McNab, Pinky and Giggles."
Now a man dances crazily as he laughs.
A caption reads "Cookie."
A sign in old Western style with a star on top, reads "The reading rangers."
The sign leaves a brand on a wooden wall.
Ranger Kara walks into the Docville Inn and sits down to Ranger Drew playing the guitar and a caption reads "Common Rhyming Patterns."
[Humming] [Music playing] [Clears throat]
Ranger Kara says RANGERPALOOZA'S COMIN' SOON! IS THAT NEW SONG READY?
Ranger Drew says NO - I GOT WRITERS' BLOCK. YOU KNOW, I REALLY COULD USE YOUR HELP, RANGER KARA. THIS IS HOW THE CHORUS IS GOIN' SO FAR. READ I LOVE TO READ AND THEN I DON'T KNOW WHERE TO GO.
Ranger Kara says JUST FOLLOW THE RHYMIN' PATTERN OF READ.
Ranger Drew says THE RHYMIN' PATTERN?
Ranger Kara says SURE - LOTS OF WORDS HAVE COMMON RHYMIN' PATTERNS LIKE REED, INDEED, SEED, TWEED.
Ranger Drew says READ I LOVE TO READ MY MIND IT NEEDS TO FEED
Ranger Kara says WELL FEED AND READ IS A COMMON RHYMIN' PATTERN BUT UM I THINK YOU CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT. CAN YOU THINK OF ANY OTHER PATTERNS?
Ranger Drew says WELL THERE'S STICK AND ICK, UH BRICK?
Ranger Kara says KEEP TRYIN'.
Now in Mayor McNab's office, Mayor McNab says PINKY!
Pinky says OH YES, Miss MAYOR?
Mayor McNab says DID YOU PICK UP THOSE NEW RANGERPALOOZA POSTERS LIKE I ASKED YOU TO?
Pinky says WELL YES, MISS MAYOR. UM BUT YOU'RE GONNA GET MAD.
Mayor McNab says SINCE WHEN DO I EVER GET MAD? SHOW ME THE POSTER!
Pinky says WELL THEY ACCIDENTALLY PUT YOUR FACE ON THE POSTER, UH...
Mayor McNab says OH NO, THAT'S NO ACCIDENT. I AM HEADLININ' THE CONCERT THIS YEAR.
Pinky says HEADLINE?
Mayor McNab says I AM THE STAR PERFORMER.
Pinky says OH, WELL FORGIVE ME - I, I, DIDN'T KNOW THAT YOU COULD SING.
Mayor McNab says WELL I CAN. THERE'S NO REASON NOT TO BE A STAR. YOU PLAY AN INSTRUMENT?
Pinky says WHY YES, I PLAY THE BALLOON. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Mayor McNab says NO, NO, NO! FORGET THAT! I GOT YOU A GUITAR.
Pinky says BUT I PLAY THE BALLOON.
Mayor McNab says NOT ANYMORE.
Back at Docville Inn, Ranger Kara says LET'S HEAR WHAT YOU HAVE NOW.
Ranger Drew says READ I LOVE TO READ BOOKS ARE WHAT I NEED EVERY DAY IN EVERY WAY BOOKS MAKE EVERYTHIN' OKAY I LOVE TO READ I LOVE TO READ
Now Ranger Kara joins and they both sing BOOKS ARE WHAT I NEED EVERY DAY IN EVERY WAY BOOKS MAKE EVERYTHIN' OKAY
Back in Mayor McNab's office, Mayor McNab says PINKY, WHAT ELSE RHYMES WITH MAYOR? MAYOR...
Pinky says PLAYER.
Mayor McNab says MAYOR... Pinky says UH PRAYER?
Mayor McNab says MAYOR...
Pinky says UH SLAYER.
Mayor McNab says NO! NONE OF THOSE ARE GONNA WORK. NEVER BE READY FOR RANGERPALOOZA. NOW PUT YOUR HANDS IN THE AIR AND WAVE 'EM LIKE YOU JUST DON'T CARE AND CELEBRATE YEAH CELEBRATE YOU MAY PINKY!
Pinky says HMM?
Mayor McNab says YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO PLAY THE STRINGS OF THE GUITAR, NOT BEAT IT LIKE A DRUM.
Pinky says Miss MAYOR, IF IT'S ALL THE SAME TO YOU, I FEEL MORE COMFORTABLE ON THE BALLOON.
Mayor McNab says OKAY, FINE. GIMME THAT. YEAH! TWO, THREE, FOUR... PUT YOUR HANDS IN THE AIR AND WAVE 'EM LIKE YOU JUST DON'T YOU KNOW, IT'S NOT THE SAME?
The TVO Kids logo appears on the wooden wall.
Music plays as an animated slate shows a partly cloudy sky with the title "TVO Kids Bookaneers."
As a young woman and a young man fall off of a pirate ship and then climb back into it again, a song says WE ARE AN EMPTY SHIP AND WE EVEN HELP TO SAIL A BOAT BECAUSE WE WERE ALONE.
The young man and woman lie in bed with a skeleton inside the ship.
She says IN THE CAPTAIN'S JOURNAL DID YOU FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENED TO THE CREW?
He says NOT YET. HARD-PACKING BARNACLES.
He says PERHAPS HE'LL WRITE AT THE END.
She says THAT WOULD BE AFTER THE END, HO HO HO HO.
He reads a handwritten note on the journal that says LOSING ME CREW TO THE PIRATE EATING CRABS.
She says BLIMEY. DO YOU THINK THERE WAS A PIRATE WITH CRABS THAT TOOK THE CREW?
He says BUT THAT DOESN'T EXPLAIN THE SKELETON. OH, I WONDER IF THAT PIRATE BE EATING CRABS? HELLO? BOOKANEER, YOU BE EATING CRABS?
A mean-looking pirate ghost appears and says OH YOU GUESSED RIGHT! DID HE MENTION CRABS?
The man says AYE, WE WONDER IF YOU ARE THE PIRATE THAT EATS CRABS?
The ghost says NO, I NEVER EAT THEM CRUSHY BUGS. NOT AFTER WHAT HAPPENED ON THIS BOAT.
The woman says DID THE PIRATE WHO ATE THE CRABS TAKE THE CREW?
The ghost says PIRATE YOU ATE CRABS, WHAT ARE YOU BLATHERING ABOUT? ARE YE KNAVES? THERE IS A HUNDRED BETWEEN THE... A HYPHEN BETWEEN PIRATE AND EATING AND THAT'S A LINK SO THE READER KNOWS THEY SHOULD BE SAID AS ONE SO IT'S NOT LOSING ME CREW TO THE PIRATE EATING CRABS BUT LOSING MY CREW TO THE PIRATE-EATING-CRABS.
The woman says PIRATE-EATING-CRABS?
The ghost says AY. TOOK MY ENTIRE CREW.
The woman says PIRATE-EATING-CRABS. I DON'T WANT TO BE EATEN.
The ghost says RELAX THAT WAS A LONG TIME AGO AND NO DOUBT THOSE CRABS BE GHOST.
The man says DO GHOST-CRABS EAT GHOST PIRATES?
The ghost says IT COULD BE!
The man, the woman and the ghost jump up and down on the bed, scared.
The clip ends.
Teacher Vickita says SADLY, IT'S TIME TO SAY GOODBYE FOR NOW. I HOPE YOU HAD FUN LEARNING HOW TO WRITE POETRY WITH POETIC DEVICES. I CHALLENGE YOU TO WRITE SOME POETRY THAT EXPRESSES WHAT YOU'RE FEELING USING POETIC DEVICES. IT CAN EITHER BE FOR YOURSELF OR YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS. POETRY IS ABOUT EXPRESSING YOURSELF, SO I WANT YOU TO DO THAT THIS WEEK. BYE FOR NOW!
Music plays as the end credits roll.
A caption reads "TVO Kids would like to thank the following volunteer teachers for teaching the children of Ontario from their homes: James Bambury, Kenisha Bynoe, Spencer de Man, Joel Seaman, Kristy Tait Angel, Vickita Bhatt, Amanda Cameron, Arianna Lambert, Cameron Steltman and Robert Vidler."
Copyright 2020, The Ontario Educational Communications Authority.
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