In India, Anushka is getting ready for school. In Jordan, Hamza helps out at his dad's barbershop. In Russia, Liza is picking cucumbers in her grandma's greenhouse.
In Ghana, Tyra is helping her mum cook tea, along with little sister Tracy. In Canada, Rhys is learning how to ice-skate, and in Italy, Mario is playing a diving game in the swimming pool.
In this episode, Stefan visits a brand new hospital in London where he learns about measuring and controlling temperature and visits a school that uses data collection to run an energy saving campaign.
Emily is a big fan of Blink and You Die from the Ruby Redfort series by Lauren Child.
In Vietnam, Truc takes pity on her lonely goldfish and goes shopping for some companions. In Russia, Liza and her twin brother Styopa take part in a craft class.
In this episode, Stefan visits a vast recycling plant to explore how 2D and 3D shapes are used to sort and reuse rubbish, and visits a school that uses recycled objects in many different ways.
It is Wendy Darling's last night in the nursery bedroom. Her father George says it's time for her to grow up and stop telling wild stories about Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, to her younger brothers, Michael and John. Not long after George and his wife Mary leave for a London party, Peter Pan himself flits through the nursery window
We witness the moment Sir Don Bradman scored the most runs in a single day, a wheelchair tennis pro shows us how to do a sliced serve, and our players take on the Aussie Rules Triathlon.
We witness the most goals ever scored in an international match, a badminton pro shows us how to hit a net shot, and the final challenge 'smashhes' together gridiron and hockey.
We cut open a shot-put to see what's inside, the kids of Australia vote on the greatest tennis player of all time, and the final challenge 'smashhes' together table tennis and motor racing.
Breaking news reveals baseballers used to put cabbage under their caps to stay cool, the Dummy takes on an NBL champ in a game of one-on-one, then our players tackle the ultimate tennis challenge.
Join Emma, Sofya and Alex as they host the Play School Nursery Rhyme news, help Diddle find her kittens' lost mittens, play with the Nursery Rhyme Peek-a-Boo board, make surprise muffins and see lemurs through the windows.
We witness Parramatta set a record for most consecutive NRL wooden spoons, a badminton pro shows us how to overhead smash, then the final challenge 'smashhes' together cricket and tee-ball.
Come along as Jay and Zindzi play dress-ups, do some planting in the Play School garden, watch children playing in mud through the windows and tell the story of Old Mother Hubbard.
When Mum goes out to a baby shower, Dad takes charge of the girls' evening routine. But with Bluey missing Mum, Dad has to pull out all the games he knows to keep them entertained.
A bizarre txt reveals Rihanna's favourite sport, we look back on the longest own goal in pro-soccer history, our players find the science of weightlifting, then it's the Baseball-Biathlon.
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