Ever-cheerful Theo meets the lovely Daphne at the swimming pool who teaches him the basics of swimming.
Theo encounters visually impaired Paul, who teaches him his passion of 'blind football'.
Under the guidance of Jimmy and along with some lovely weather, Theo tries out footvolley.
Accompanied by the beautiful Capucine, brave Theo throws himself into a course of orienteering out in the open air.
Theo, up on the snowy slopes, learns from cheeky Caroline the basics of cross country skiing.
With his loyal Clover by his side, Theo listens to Sam who explains the secrets of 110m hurdles.
Harrison raps about why we yawn and then explains that all animals yawn.
On a bumpy circuit, Theo meets Esther, who passionately introduces him to her favourite sport, BMX.
Along with Lyn and her jokey dad, Theo discovers the high jump.
Dance along to MStar's song 'Jump jump', see if you can work up a sweat! Easy to learn for young learners and fun for all ages.
After bickering over who gets to deliver the gift, the rightful person is urged to place it under the Christmas tree.
Papa Elf tells Buddy about his father, Walter.
Mr Scrooge is greeted by the Ghost of Christmas Present has 2am.
Donkey attempts to comfort Princess Fiona when she is at her most vulnerable.
Harrison explains that humans weren't the first creatures to build structures, then talks about why humans need shelter.
A child searches for an eight-spot butterfly and teaches counting skills along the way in this Count Us In animation.
Mister Maker reveals that Andy Warhol, inspired by his love of soup, did a type of recycling when he created some of his most famous works of art.
Charlotte says 'salutations' to Wilbur and they become friends. The other animals are not impressed. Why don't the other animals like Charlotte? Are their opinions fair?