Justine demonstrates how a thermometer works and sings a song about going to the beach. The clip finishes with a look at people at the beach through the windows.
Harrison learns the types of foods astronauts can eat in space, then gets to practise delivering food to the space station.
Harrison times two kids who practise working in zero gravity as they race each other to 'fix' a satellite.
Mister Maker and several kids make a set with two large kangaroos, rocks, and grass. Also shows how to make a kangaroo pencil holder.
Get to know the tapir, capybara rodent and tamarin monkey, in an introduction to South America's answers to Australia's iconic koala.
A read aloud of Walter and the NoNeedToWorry Suit about Walter the worrier who learns to let his friends help him.
Mister Maker and a child make a picture by lacing shoelaces through holes poked through a drawing of a boat.
Mister Maker makes an underwater picture using paint, dish soap, and construction paper.
A read aloud of The Rabbit Belongs To Emily Brown who won't trade her stuffed bunny, Stanley, for anything.
A read aloud of Norma Snows about a girl with a long nose who has many talents.
Mister Maker makes a card that features a popup ghost.
Mister Maker and several kids make an Egypt scene with pyramids and a camel. Also shows how to make a mini pyramid.
Emma makes a little yellow finger puppet bird with feathers, a pipe cleaner and paper, and then sings the Two Little Dickie Birds song.
Harrison takes a look at what cars might be like in the future.
Explains how different types of energy provide power to boats so they can move through the water.
An overview of the different kinds of protective headgear available and its uses.
The Go Jetters give us a quick look at some hillsides in China where rice is grown.
Mister Maker and a few kids in South Africa make a giant safari picture with elephants and flamingos.