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Play our new charity event to help Charlie and Sam save the vacation that the Clockmaker etole and return it to the children!
Charlie: I'm thinking of fixing my bike this vacation. But it has bent wheels and the handlebars are broken. What are you going to do during vacation, Samantha?
Samantha: I have a long list! I'm going to play baseball, swim, climb trees, and once you fix your bike I'm gonna try and learn how to ride it again.
Arthur: Calm down, kids. Take your seats, the lesson is about to begin. Summer vacation is still six months away.
Samantha: Six months? Vacation starts today! Mr. Lang, are you okay?
Charlie: No, he's not okay. I've seen this before. Let's taka a look around and figure out how to bring him to his senses.
Samantha: Look at the blackboard! The words "Have a happy vacation" were up there just a second ago, and now there's a bunch of cogwheels!
Arthur: Samantha, do you think you could read the drawing on the board?
Charlie: Samantha, don't do it! That drawing is already so depressing. It might tire us out like it did the teacher!
Samantha: Of course I won't! I want to return the children's vacation, not play by someone else's rules. Let's erase these cogwheels and draw something more fun!
Samantha: Now everything is much more fun! All those angular gears were just boring me to death!
Charlie: But look out the window: whwrw's summer? If we can't see summer, how will iy see us? And the other children?
Charlie: And these Christmas snowflakes... Have they really been here for six months? And they look kind of weird.
Samantha: Who cares how long they've been here? We should take down, clean the glass, and open the windows. Let some sunshine into the school!
Samantha: I have a complicated relationship with windows. I'll be peacefully playing baseball, and then the next second be wrongfully scolded for broken glass.
Samantha: Or else I sit inside waiting for when I can go outside...
Charlie: Take a look outside! It looks very different through a clean window! Like summer!
Arthur: I appreciate that you're directing your uncontrollable energy down a constructive track. But we're about to have a lesson, so call the rest of the children back to the classroom, please.
Charlie: Don't worry, Mr. Lang, we won't forget about the other kids. To the next window!
Arthur: Aummery light is pouring out of the center window! But it feels so cold near the far window. An interesting optical effect that should be carefully studied.
Samantha: I'm glad you're lively again, but, what effect? We just cleaned the window! Adults are useless, like always.
Charlie: Don't be mad at Arthur, Samantha, he's seeing illusions! It means that us kids have to save the kids. And vacation, too. One last window!
Arthur:You did a great job! It's almost like it's summer outside, can you feel it? Although I definitely remember that there's still three months to go before vacation.
Charlie: Three months? You said six just a little while ago, Mr. Lang. So we're halfway to victory! But what else did we forget to do? What else is keeping us in the school year?
Samantha: Actually, I was hoping we wouldn't remember that. But I still have some unfinished schoolwork.
Charlie: It's like this schoolwork never ends! Let's finish it quickly and do something more summery!