"What are we going to do today?", the Five-Year-Old Twins, Aimie and Ami, ask each other.
"I've got my dance class to teach", says Aimie.
"I've got my ballet to write for the new Kirov-Mariinsky Children's Dance Season", says Ami.
There's a knock on the door. It's The Dancer Who Lives In The Park.
"I've got to learn some new dance steps", she says.
"Let's take everything to the lake", they all say together.
Sitting at the lake they watch hundreds of Sparkles dancing on the water.
The Sparkles are really into some amazingly magnificent and complex choreography today.
A slow moving wave of waltzing Sparkles is dancing alongside another fast-stepping wave of swirling glittering Sparkles.
"This is really great dancing!", Aimie, Ami and The Dancer In The Park agree.
The glittering, dancing Sparkles seem to be glowing in appreciation.
"I am going to teach this to my dance class", says Five-Year Old Aimie, just as her class of little Five-Year-Olds arrive.
"Relevay, s'il vous play (if you please)", says Aimie to her dance class.
All the little children jump into the lake and start to merrily hop around. Aimie is overjoyed with the success of her first lesson.
Ami is watching the wonderful dancing Sparkles and excitedly writing down choreographic notes, using Advanced Kinetic Dance Notations For Five-Year-Olds. This will be wonderful for his new ballet.
The Dancer Who Lives In The Park watches the Sparkles dancing. She sees Aimie and the little children splashing merrily in the water while Ami is writing away triumphantly in his notebook.
"I think that I have an idea for my new dance step", she says, as she lifts herself into the air and performs one the most beautifully inspired 'Grand Jete Tour En L'Air' Jump Turns that she has ever done.