Daddy Pig: It's even better if you run along.
Hello, I wonder what's the meaning does run along mean here.I watch Peppa Pig and now George and Peppa are blowing bubbles. George is not so strong to make one, but Mommy Pig said to wave around, so it can help to make bubbles, and it's clear. But then Daddy Pig said: It's even better if you run along.So what is run along here for? I looked it up, so it means: run along, [no object] to leave;go away:Run along, children, and play outside.But George is already outside, why did he say that? In russian version he said (the meaning) it's even better to run to make bubbles. I think just because when you run wind's going to make bubbles instead of waving around. So.. to run along means the same here, or... Please, explain! Thank you in advance!