Transcript: Cardboard Tube Crocodile
Text reads, “ tvokids + Riverbank Pictures Original”.
Text reads, “TVOkids presents”.
An airplane flies past the smiling sun. An owl wears a red, yellow, and black sweater. Mandisa Watts, a dark-haired woman, waves as she stands under a tree in a park. She wears a peach-coloured shirt under her blue denim overalls. A floral patterned scarf is tied around her head and pink earrings dandle to her shoulders.
A ladybug lands on a purple flower in front of Mandisa. A school bus travels down a road while a green dinosaur climbs on a bench and a penguin dances in a field.
A puppet fox and a cardboard robot jump into Mandisa’s hands while a giraffe leaps out from behind a bush.
The title reads, “Curious Crafting”.
Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple crayons streak across the screen.
Mandisa holds a green creature made of cardboard and googly eyes as she sits at a green table in a colourful craft room. Behind her, a purple wall features a pink flamingo with a very long neck. Crafts, markers, and crafting tools are displayed on shelves on the other walls.
A girl with long dark hair tied up in braids looks up at Mandisa. She wears a bright purple and red sweater. On Mandisa’s right side, a girl with long dark hair sits up on her pink stool. The girl wears a blue and pink patterned sweater.
OH, THIS IS MY FRIEND, CROCKEY.
HE CRAWLS IN FROM TIME TO TIME.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO PET HIM?
The girl wearing the patterned sweater says,
The kids reach out to the crocodile. Mandisa pretends to bite them and they laugh.
HUMPH, I GUESS HE WAS HUNGRY.
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A CROCODILE?
The kids shout, YEAH!
ALL RIGHT, WE'RE GOING TO NEED
THINGS LIKE BUBBLE WRAP AND A
SHOULD WE GO GET THEM?
The girl with braided hair replies, YEAH!
Mandisa says, OK.
The kids run around the room and pick up craft supplies. They rush back to the table.
WE'RE GOING TO NEED GREEN
FOAM BALLS, GLUE AND A
AND DON'T FORGET GREEN
Mandisa sits with the kids at the table. Craft supplies lay in front of them.
WHAT COULD WE USE FOR OUR
The girl wearing the patterned sweater answers,
A green crayon makes a check mark.
A CARDBOARD TUBE, THAT'S RIGHT.
OH, THANK YOU, MCKENNA.
OK, CAN YOU PRESS DOWN ON YOUR
JUST A LITTLE BIT?
WE'RE GOING TO MAKE A LITTLE
OK. WE'RE GOING TO GIVE OUR
SOME SCALY SKIN.
BUBBLE WRAP WILL WORK PERFECTLY.
WE NEED TO WRAP IT AROUND OUR...
McKenna, the girl wearing the patterned sweater, says,
SO WE'RE GOING TO DO IT
The kids wrap bubble wrap around their cardboard tubes.
WE'RE GOING TO USE SOME DOUBLE
TO STICK IT DOWN SO YOU CAN PUT
RIGHT ON THE INSIDE HERE.
DIP OUR PAINTBRUSHES INTO GREEN
PAINT RIGHT HERE.
The kids paint the bubble wrap green.
McKenna says, I NEED MORE.
Googly eyes watch the kids build their crocodiles.
AND OUR HANDS ARE GOING
TO GET DIRTY,
BUT THAT'S OK, WE CAN WASH THEM
WHAT MAKES OUR CROCODILE CRAWL?
The girl with dark braided hair answers,
McKenna says, FEET!!
Mandisa hands the kids cardboard.
THERE'S SOME FEET FOR YOU.
YOU'RE GOING TO COLOUR
I GOT SOME GREEN PAINT
The kids colour the cardboard with a bright green marker
THIS IS A PAINT
IT IS A PAINT DAY.
DO YOU LIKE PAINTING?
ALL RIGHT NOW WE CAN
PUT OUR FEET
ON OUR CROCODILE'S BODY.
The girl with dark braided hair pours more paint on her crocodile.
THIS ONE NEEDS A
GOOD JOB, AND THEN WE'RE GOING
TO PRESS IT.
THEN YOU'RE GOING TO PUT
YOUR CROCODILE BODY
RIGHT THERE, GOOD.
WE HAVE TO GIVE OUR
McKenna says, EYEBALLS!
EYEBALLS, WHAT DO YOU SEE THAT
CAN MAKE, OH, EXACTLY.
TAKE TWO EYEBALLS.
AND TWO EYEBALLS.
The kids pick round white balls out of a yellow bowl. They colour them with markers.
MAKE A SMALL CIRCLE FOR
AN EYEBALL FOR YOUR CROCODILE.
YOU GUYS ARE DOING SUCH A
McKenna asks, IS THIS AN EASY ONE?
The girl with dark braided hair glues on her crocodile’s eyeballs.
I HAVE TWO COLOURS HERE, ORANGE
The kids put orange spikes on the back of their crocodiles.
OK, AND THE LAST THING WE NEED
TO DO IS
GIVE OUR CROCODILE SOME
SO WE'RE JUST GOING TO MAKE
TWO LITTLE NOSTRILS FOR OUR
SO ONE, RIGHT, YEAH,
RIGHT IN FRONT OF HIS NOSE,
AND THEN ONE ON THE OTHER SIDE.
The kids use paintbrushes to paint black nostrils on the crocodiles.
CAN YOU SHOW ME HOW YOUR
CROCODILE CAN CRAWL?
Mandisa and the kids push their crocodiles across the table.
The girl with braided dark hair says,
HE FOUND A LOT OF FISH.
HE'S EATING EVERYTHING.
The dinosaur, the penguin, the robot, the fox, the giraffe, and the owl smile in the park. The school bus travels down the road.
Credits read, “The Host, Mandisa Watts. The Crafters, McKenna & Nia. Produced by Francis Mitchell, David Mitchell. Written by Johnny Mitchell, Mandisa Watts. Co-Producer, Mandisa Watts. Production Manager, Emma Fox”.
Text reads, “Produced in association with tvokids. Riverbank Pictures”.
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