🥪 POCOYO in ENGLISH – Picnic Puzzle 🥪 | Full Episodes | VIDEOS and CARTOONS FOR KIDS

🥪 POCOYO in ENGLISH – Picnic Puzzle 🥪 | Full Episodes | VIDEOS and CARTOONS FOR KIDS


male narrator: HELLO, POCOYO. – HI. narrator: WHERE ARE YOU OFF TO
WITH THAT BASKET? OH, I SEE. YOU’RE GOING SOMEWHERE
WITH PATO. OH, AND HERE’S ELLY. HI, ELLY. –trumpetsnarrator: I SAY, YOU’VE GOT
A CAKE AND A PICNIC BLANKET. WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU
GOING TO DO WITH THOSE? – PICNIC. narrator:
A PICNIC, OF COURSE. I KNEW THAT. AHH, SANDWICHES. YUMMY, ONE FOR EACH OF YOU.tummy grumblingPATO IS REALLY HUNGRY. CAN YOU TELL POCOYO
WHAT PATO WOULD LIKE TO EAT? children:
SANDWICH. – WAIT. narrator: YES, IT’S PROBABLY
NOT TIME TO EAT YET, PATO. YOU’LL HAVE TO WAIT A BIT.marching musicWHAT ON EARTH?marching musicOH, MY. –quackingnarrator:
LOOK AT THAT. UH, UH,
IT–IT’S NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE. THOSE SANDWICHES FLEW
INTO HIS HANDS, AND THE OTHER ONE
JUST RAN BEHIND THE TREE. IT’S TRUE. WHAT? NO, I DIDN’T EAT IT. I’M TELLING YOU, THAT SANDWICH
SIMPLY SCURRIED OFF. YOU DON’T BELIEVE ME, DO YOU? WELL, ASK OUR FRIENDS. CAN ANY OF YOU TELL POCOYO WHERE THE SANDWICH WENT? children:
THE SANDWICH RAN AWAY! – THE SANDWICH RAN
BEHIND THE TREE. – REALLY, IT DID. narrator: NO, THEY DIDN’T EAT
THE SANDWICH, POCOYO. YOU HAVE TO BELIEVE US.marching music– quack! narrator:
OH, DEAR. ELLY, POCOYO,
IT’S NOT WHAT YOU THINK. PATO HASN’T RUN OFF
WITH THE SANDWICHES. HE’S RUNNING AFTER THEM. WHAT? YOU DON’T BELIEVE ME? YOU’VE GOT TO HELP ME. TELL POCOYO AND ELLY
WHERE PATO IS. children:
BEHIND YOU! – BEHIND YOU. narrator:
OH, DEAR. I’M AFRAID POCOYO AND ELLY
WILL NEVER BELIEVE US, PATO. THE CAKE: WE’LL WATCH IT WHILE YOU GO AND GET MORE FOOD. NO PROBLEM. YES, LET’S KEEP AN EYE ON IT. –quackingnarrator:
OH, NO, NOT AGAIN. OH, DEAR.marching musicmunching noisesbelching noisesclang!bouncy upbeat musicUM, ELLY, POCOYO… –trumpetsnarrator:
WE DID NOT EAT THAT CAKE. IT–OH…
IT CLIMBED A TREE? OH, THIS IS BAD. LOOK, LOOK, WE TOLD YOU! THIS IS NOT RIGHT. FOOD SHOULD STAY PUT. HUH? WHAT’S THAT? A MAGNIFYING GLASS,
GOOD THINKING. WELL, I SAY, AN ANT. CAN YOU TELL POCOYO WHO’S BEEN MOVING
THE FOOD AROUND ALL ALONG? children:
THE ANTS! narrator: YES, THAT’S WHO’S BEEN
TAKING YOUR FOOD, ANTS. –whispering indistinctlynarrator: WHAT ARE YOU SAYING
TO THE ANT, POCOYO? – RUN.tummy grumblingmarching musicPocoyo laughingtummy grumblesnarrator: MAYBE SOMEONE SHOULD
EXPLAIN WHAT’S GOING ON TO PATO. –chitteringnarrator:
YOU SEE, IT WAS ANTS. – ANTS. narrator: LITTLE ANTS ARE
STRONG ENOUGH TO CARRY THINGS THAT ARE MUCH BIGGER
THAN THEY ARE. HOORAY FOR NEW FRIENDS! AND HOORAY FOR PICNICS! –trumpetsnarrator: BYE-BYE! SEE YOU SOON.

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