Sally and Possum Season 5 Episode 7 – Possum’s map

Sally and Possum Season 5 Episode 7 – Possum’s map


Hello. Hmm. Huh?
Look. Ha-ha! Yeah! Hmm. Oh! Ooh! Huh? Look!
Ah! I’m Sally. And I’m Possum. BOTH: Hello! Possum, great job. Everything looks great. I think it’s time for a break,
though. Let’s have something to eat. Oh, yeah!
Oh, look. Hello, everyone.
Hi, everyone. We’ve been doing the gardening. We’ve worked very hard
at pulling out the weeds and cultivating the soil. It looks great. Today is such a beautiful day. I really enjoyed it. The sun’s out but it’s not too hot. We had great fun in the garden
but, Sally, I think I’m ready for
a bit of a break and a snack. Oh, yes. But before we do that, I need to put these weeds
into the compost and then we can go in
for something to eat. Right.
We need the wheelbarrow, though. Hmm.
Hmm. It’s gone! It’s gone.
It’s not here. Where’s the wheelbarrow? I was sure it was here. It must be over in the yard. I’ll go and get it, OK?
Oh, OK. I sure am glad
Sally’s ready for a break. I’ve been working so hard.
I’m so exhausted. But Sally just wants
to keep on working. But I don’t want her
to think that I’m lazy, so I just keep on working too. Well, the wheelbarrow’s not here. Oh, I am so glad Possum said yes
to having a break. I’ve been working so hard.
I’m exhausted. I wanted a break earlier, but I keep working
because Possum keeps working. I’m tired and hungry, but I don’t
want Possum to think I’m lazy, so I keep working. Oh! We’re having a break soon. Possum, the wheelbarrow’s
not in the yard either. It’s nowhere to be seen. I wonder where it could be. Hmm… Ooh! I know. Sally, you are such a good friend that you always let people
borrow your things. Maybe someone has borrowed
your wheelbarrow. Oh, that is good thinking, Possum. I do let my friends borrow things. But I can’t remember lending
anyone a wheelbarrow. Hmm.
Hmm. It must be here somewhere. Oh, I do wish I could get
a bird’s-eye view of the yard. Sally? What? Do you want to become a bird? Oh! No, Possum. When we’re standing here on the
ground, I can’t see behind the tree. I can’t see around corners. But a bird flying up high
can see down on everything. They’ll be able to see
whatever I need. So I wish I had a bird’s-eye view. Oh, I understand now. Look, why don’t we go inside
and have a break and then we can come back out
and look for the wheelbarrow? OK. Oh, Sally! Sally! I have an idea. You talked about wanting
a bird’s-eye view, didn’t you? Yes, I did. Well, you don’t need
a bird’s-eye view because you can have
a possum’s-eye view. Oh, of course! I will climb to the top of my tree
and see what I can find. Oh, that is a great idea. OK. Whoop! Hmm. Wow! He is such a fast climber.
He’s at the top of his tree. Hmm. Oh, there it is! I found the wheelbarrow. Ha-ha! He’s pointing over there. I think he must have found
the wheelbarrow. Hmm. Now he’s just enjoying
his possum’s-eye view. Hmm-mm. Oh! Oh, here he comes. Whoop! Ha-ha-ha. Did you find the wheelbarrow,
Possum? Well, where is it? Oh, I don’t want to tell you
just yet because if I tell you, that means
I won’t get lunch and a break. Oh, you are funny! I want to have a rest too. Come on. Let’s go inside
and have a snack. Come on! Sally?
Hmm? You know how we were in the garden
and we were finished but we’d lost something. What was it? We were looking for it
and we couldn’t find it. Was it the bike we couldn’t find? Oh, Possum,
have you really forgotten? Remember – it’s the wheelbarrow. Hee-hee-hee! Oh, you’re funny! You had me believing
you’d forgotten. But, Sally, I have an idea, though. Can we make something that looks
just like your yard? Oh, yes. Something small where we can
put everything in, like the tree and the house
and the bench. Then we’ll know
where everything belongs. What a great idea, Possum.
That’s called a model. Oh! When you’re sitting
at the top of your tree, you can see where everything is. What we can do is make
a smaller version of what you’ve seen up there. We can make a model. What do you think? Would you like to make one?
Oh, yeah! Well, why don’t we get some craft
things and see what we can make? Oh, great!
Let’s put these away. Hmm.
I think this box could be the yard. What do you think?
Yeah! Great.
It’s the right size. Oh, and Sally,
this could be your house. Oh! Yes! We could walk straight through. And that could be your kitchen door. Oh, yes! That could be my door. Yeah!
Hmm. Now, what can we put in the yard? Oh, Sally look! This could be my tree. Oh, yes. That looks great. But we need to put
some leaves on it. What else have we got in there? All finished?
All finished. Look, we’ve made everything. Are you ready now to put things
in the yard? What should go first?
My tree! Great. Where shall we put that? Hmm. Oh, let me have a look. Wait here. Right. Now, just here. Oh, that’s great.
Great. It looks like
it’s in the right place. Yeah! Oh… I’ve made this. Do you like it?
Oh, yeah, it looks great! Now, do you remember where it goes? Hmmm. Oh, I know. Right there. There. Where do we put that?
Ah, I know. Yes, that’s right. What about this? Hmmm, where do we put it? Can you remember?
Oh, right here. That’s right. Ha-ha-ha. Oh, that looks great. Wait! Where’s the wheelbarrow,
though? Before I tell you,
I have a surprise. A surprise? What is it? Oh, look! That’s wonderful. Yeah, it’s me.
It looks just like you. Oh, that’s lovely. But where am I? I’m missing.
Oh. Ha-ha. Oh, you have another. Oh, that looks like me too! Yeah! Can I stand next to you,
Possum? Yes. Ta-da! Oh, that looks just lovely. Yeah. But there’s still one more thing
missing. Where’s the wheelbarrow? Here it is!
Ah. Good. Where are we going to put it? Hmm, I don’t know. Hmm. I need to make sure I put it
in exactly the right place, so I’m going to go
to the top of my tree. Uh-oh. I can’t carry that
and climb my tree, can I? No. Oh, how will I know
exactly where to put it, Sally? Well, we could always go
and make a map. Oh! Why don’t we watch some children
learning about models and maps? OK, let’s watch! Oh, Sally, that looked great! They made some lovely models. Yeah! Oh, and, Sally, I was watching
and now I know how to make a map. Oh, that’s great! You can do it now. OK. Now, here. Hmm.
Hmm. Right. Great. I might leave Possum to it. I need to go outside
and do a few things. He’s doing well. Now… Oh, OK. Right, this… Oh, that. OK. I was thinking and I remembered
where I put the wheelbarrow. It was just at the side of my house. And now I’m going to quickly get
all of my weeds and put them into the compost before it gets too hot. Possum is drawing his map. He should be here any minute. I’d better hurry. Now, I need to go
up to the top of my tree to get my possum’s-eye view to make sure I get the wheelbarrow
in the exact place so I can put it on the map so Sally knows where to find it. Ha-ha! Ha! Huh? Oh! Huh? Oh! Huh? Where is it? It’s gone! It’s not there any more. Oh, I thought it was there
so I could draw it onto the map, but now it’s gone! Argh! Oh… It’s gone. Oh! Oh! Oh. Where did it go? Ooh! He’s here already. He almost caught me
with the wheelbarrow. He was so quick. But now his map’s
going to be all wrong. Oops. Possum?
Ah! Sally, it’s wrong! It’s ruined. I’ve wasted it. I have to scrunch it up
and throw it out. Such a waste. Sally, before the wheelbarrow
was over there but now it’s gone. We can’t use the map any more. Oh. Um… Possum. Why don’t you just
have another look? No, Sally. It’s not there. You go have a look.
Me? Oh! Possum, you know
I can’t climb your tree. Why don’t you just go
and have one more little look? Perhaps you might see it
in a different place. Oh, alright. Oh! Hop-hop-hop-hop! Huh?! Huh? It… Hmm. Oh! Huh? Ah-ha! Ha-ha. Ha-ha-ha. Oh!
Hold this, Sally. OK. Now… Oh! The map is now right. Oh, that’s great. But, Sally,
it’s the strangest thing. The wheelbarrow
is full of weeds now. Oh! Oh. Well, that’s good. That means I can put them
in the compost. Oh! Hold this, please. Now, when you finish
with the wheelbarrow, make sure you put it
right back there, because that way we know
the map is right. I will.
Great! Well, our time is up. Thanks for watching.
See you next time. Bye.
Bye. Oh, Sally, look. Oh, Possum, this is a lovely map. Yes, now, remember,
in the same spot…

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