Teo takes Slush, Little Ted and Humpty to the shops to spend some of the money they'd saved, counting out money at the bakery, hat shop and hardware shop.
Colours and numbers are translated into Nyungar in this Sand Yarning clip.
Children visit the dentist and learn how to keep their teeth healthy in a clip that uses Nyungar in context.
Count along the number line from one to 20, and back again, and then count the number of passengers on the SS Mathematical with a song.
Take a ride in the number car to 35, putting three 10s and five fives to get to 35, and then sing a song about twodigit numbers for numbers more than nine.
Mister Maker makes an owl out of a cardboard tube, mini cupcake wrappers, and stickers.
Mister Maker and a boy in South Africa make a safari silhouette picture of a herd of giraffes.
The gang go on a counting adventure to see if they can find the biggest number of them all!
Mister Maker makes a layered cake using bottle tops, cotton, glue, and beads for sprinkles.
Harrison learns how to compost garbage, why it's good for plants, and about worm poop.
Harrison explains why humans and animals have teeth and teethlike structures.
Harrison leaches about the deepest abyss in the ocean and how animals have adapted to live there.
Harrison gives a mini lesson on gravity, then talks with an astronautintraining about how to prepare for zero gravity.
Harrison gives a lesson on why it's important to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Kids give tips on recycling.
Harrison learns why snakes shed their skin and what happens when salamanders lose their tails or legs.
Mister Maker and a Brazilian boy make a bird on a wire picture.
Alesha DIxon visits Bookaboo to share the story More Pants by Giles Andreae
Mister Maker and a boy in Hong Kong make a picture out of paper folded like a fan.