Flynn explains to Dodly why gifts are exchanged at Christmas, before the pair celebrate Christmas Day with presents and a party.
See how Chinese New Year is celebrated, from dumplings to dragons and drums.
See how our skeleton and muscles allow us to move in different ways.
Facilities for delivering goods, features that make cleaning easier, and fire safety features are documented in this video.
Looks at the ways in which supermarkets are designed.
The beautiful egg fly butterfly gets its name from the eggshaped markings on its wings. If you look carefully, you might even see one in the schoolyard. Includes a description of how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly.
Get to know the basics of the circulatory system, including where the lungs and heart sit inside the body.
See how rice is grown, from making the land flat for crops, to channelling water into the field and planting rice with a plane.
Go down to the sea with your mini makers and draw a rock pool, using crayons, paper and stickers from the doodle tube, and sand from a toy shop.
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.
Children perform a nativity play in a clip that introduces the significance of Jesus' birth to Christians and the origins of Christmas.
An introduction to sending cards, buying and making presents, donating gifts to charity, decorating a tree, lighting up a house and making special foods for Christmas.
This clip briefly highlights the tradition of writing a note to Santa on Christmas Eve and giving and receiving gifts on Christmas Day.
The children in this clip design and make containers for biscuits to sell at their fund-raising stall. Their creations show that
This clip explains the need to match the package to the product and illustrates this using a range of different foods.
Put on your arty party aprons, or some old clothes, because it could get messy when Mister Maker paints a sparkly space picture with glitter and glue.