Narrator: Today Peppa is going to the park.

Peppa Pig: It’s freezing cold.

Daddy Pig: It is cold. Brrr.

Mummy Pig: Quick. Let’s get our warm clothes on.

Narrator: Cold days, Peppa and her family wear their hats and scarves and coats.

Daddy Pig: I’ll put the roof up.

Mummy Pig: Oo, and let’s get the heating on.

Daddy Pig: Everyone nice and warm?

Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig and George: Yes, Daddy Pig.

Daddy Pig: Then let’s go.

Narrator: This is the park.

Daddy Pig: We’re here.

Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig and George: Hurrah!

Peppa Pig: Mummy, why are all the leaves red and yellow?

Mummy Pig: It’s autumn time, Peppa.

Narrator: In the autumn, it gets a bit colder and the leaves change colour.

Daddy Pig: It’s quite windy. Let’s play a game to keep warm.

Peppa Pig: My turn.

Peppa Pig: Oh, it’s not meant to go that way.

Narrator: The wind is blowing the ball along.

Peppa Pig: The ball is in the pond.

Daddy Pig: Hmm. I’ll just use this stick to reach it.

Peppa Pig: Just a bit further, Daddy.

Mummy Pig: Be careful, Daddy Pig.

Daddy Pig: Don’t worry. I’ve almost got it.

Daddy Pig: Whoa!

Peppa Pig: Daddy, is the water cold?

Daddy Pig: A little bit.

Narrator: The wind has blown the ball out of the pond.

Peppa Pig: That’s lucky.

Daddy Pig: Yes. What a stroke of luck.

Mummy Pig: It’s getting even windier. Hold on to your hats.

Narrator: No. The wind has blown George’s hat off.

(George Pig was crying because he lose his hat)

Mummy Pig: Don’t worry, George. Daddy Pig will catch your hat.

Peppa Pig: Quick, Daddy!

Peppa Pig: Look. It’s in that little tree.

Daddy Pig: Hmm. I’ll just climb up and get it.

Mummy Pig: The tree’s much too thin to take your weight, Daddy Pig.

Daddy Pig: So, how can we get George’s hat?

Mummy Pig: Simple. I’ll give the tree a little shake.

Mummy Pig: Hmm. Maybe if I shake it a bit harder.

Daddy Pig: I thought that sort of thing only happened to me.

Mummy Pig: It’s not funny.

Peppa Pig: It is a bit funny, Mummy.

Mummy Pig: I suppose it is a bit funny.

Mummy Pig: Where’s George’s hat?

Peppa Pig: It’s on your head.

Mummy Pig: Here’s your hat, George. Hold on to it this time.

Narrator: The wind is blowing all the leaves off the trees.

Peppa Pig: Look at me! I’m leaning into the wind.

Narrator: The wind is strong enough to hold Peppa up.

Narrator: The wind is strong enough to hold George up.

Peppa Pig: Daddy, have a go.

Daddy Pig: Uh, I’m a bit too heavy.

Peppa Pig: Come on, Daddy. It’s really fun.

Daddy Pig: Oh, all right.

Narrator: The wind is strong enough to hold up Daddy Pig.

Daddy Pig: I say, this is fun.

Daddy Pig: Come on, Mummy Pig. Give it a try.

Mummy Pig: But if the wind stops, I’ll fall over.

Daddy Pig: The wind won’t just stop.

Narrator: The wind has stopped.

Daddy Pig: It’s not funny.

Mummy Pig: It is a bit funny.

Peppa Pig: Now the wind has stopped, what can we do?

Daddy Pig: Hmm, what’s your favourite game?

Peppa Pig: Jumping up and down in muddy puddles!

Peppa Pig: But there aren’t any puddles. Just lots of boring, dry leaves.

Daddy Pig: And what do you do with dry leaves?

Peppa Pig: I don’t know.

Daddy Pig: Jump up and down in them!

Narrator: Daddy Pig loves jumping up and down in leaves.

Narrator: Peppa loves jumping up and down in leaves.

Narrator: Everyone loves jumping up and down in leaves.

Peppa Pig: This is the best autumn day ever.