A brief overview of what boats can be used for and an introduction to floating.
Describes the process for making boats out of various materials.
Children design and build model windpowered boats to see if they can sail them across a pool of water.
Flynn and Dudley tell a story while using a variety of materials to create sound effects.
Learn how various household items can be used to make sound effects. Guess the animal by didgeridoo sounds.
An overview of the different types of musical instruments and how they work.
Children design and build their own musical instruments out of recyclable materials.
Jerome demonstrates his handmade percussion instruments and the sounds they make
The princess finally decides to tell Shrek her secret, but Shrek is already hurt. Shrek rejects her and Lord Farquaad arrives to ask for her hand in marriage, she accepts, thinking it will break the spell. Donkey tells Shrek to go after the princess, but Shrek yells to leave him alone. Everyone is sad and isolated. Donkey arrives at the swamp and confronts Shrek about his behaviour. The two friends reconcile and head to the kingdom to stop the wedding.
Princess Fiona turns the trope of a lady needing rescuing on its head by using an unlikely skill.
In their attempt to rescue Princess Fiona from atop the castle, Shrek and Donkey face a major obstacle.
During his visit to Duloc to protest the presence of unwanted migrants to his swamp, Shrek becomes involved in a tournament to determine who will rescue a princess on behalf of Lord Farquaar.
While Princess Fiona sleeps, Shrek tells Donkey of all the ogre histories written in the stars. Donkey doesn't believe him, but Shrek tells him that "sometimes things are more than they appear", which is also a clue about Fiona. Donkey presses Shrek about his seclusion and Shrek reveals he is unhappy with the way people judge him. After breakfast, Fiona surprises them by not being as ladylike as they expected, echoing Shrek's sentiment about judging before knowing.
Shrek accuses Donkey of coming into the house but quickly realises it's not Donkey. When Snow White is pushed onto his dining room table, Shrek learns there are more uninvited guests than he realises. Outside, Shrek learns that evil Lord Farquaad has evicted all the fairytale creatures. Shrek announces he will visit Farquaad personally to fix the issue. The crowd cheers and crown Shrek their hero. Shrek and Donkey leave for the Lordship of Duloc.
A group of townsfolk head off to find Shrek, a solitude-loving ogre, hoping to capture him for a reward. While outside, they tell cautionary tales about what ogres do to humans, but Shrek interrupts to set the record straight. Shrek tells them they are thinking of giants, not ogres, and explains that ogres are actually much worse. After roaring loudly, he reminds them to run away. The scene shows two reoccurring themes used in the film, fairytales and misrepresentation.
Shrek manages to intimidate a mob attempting to hunt fairytale creatures for a reward by exaggerating his eerier characteristics.
After receiving a kiss from Shrek, Princess Fiona is surprised to discover what she looks like once the curse has been lifted.
After meeting her soon-to-be husband for the first time, Princess Fiona insists on a specific time for her wedding.