Lily-Rose and friends travel Great Britain in a green hot-air balloon hearing stories from children. The Green Team go on a treasure hunt. Lily-Rose, Ant, Cat, Jay and Skipper and Green Balloon Club members are on the hunt for nature treasures. The team gather reports from Robert who is friends with his local seal, some Green Balloon Club members who are looking for nature treasure in their local park and Jelly with her friends who are looking for treasures on the seashore.
Lily-Rose, Ant, Cat, Jay, Sky and Skipper the dog travel Great Britain in a green hot air balloon hearing stories from children and looking at wildlife and plants. The Green Team use all their senses to explore the world around them.
Four eco-warrior children travel around the world in their giant balloon learning about nature and environmental issues through special reports, viewer stories and song. This time, the balloon flies over the coast and the team explores under the sea.
Club members Antoinne and Chantal join in with the Big Garden Birdwatch, while the Ground Crew set off on a mission to find out why starlings make amazing patterns in the sky. Cat and Lily-Rose are making comical dancing birds, and the team has a close look at stoats, who are also great movers. Green Balloon Club members Amy and Ellie set another widespread bird as this episode's spot, and finally the whole team imagine what it would be like to go flying south like a migrating bird.
It is January and Lily-Rose is feeling fed up with winter. Her flowers have died and there is no wildlife around to spot. The Green Team set about showing her that there is still plenty to do and see in the winter. Green Balloon Club members Tegan, Jack, Charlie and Tyler are busy feeding and spotting the birds in their garden, while the Ground Crew set out on a mission to see what winter wildlife they can find in their local park.
The Green Team are all together again and full of wishes for the new year. Jelly and her friends find out how to recycle your Christmas tree, while Green Balloon Club members Alice, Oscar and Rory are having fun in the snow. Cat and Skipper are finding out about squirrels. Ant and Lily-Rose make a new year collage showing all the wildlife they hope to spot this year. Club members Oliver and Harry set a very colourful bird for everyone to spot.
The green team is going tracking. Every creature makes a different print, but can they recognise them? Green Balloon Club members Joanne, Jack, Jonathan and Niamh are on the East Anglian coast looking for a beautiful bird called an oyster-catcher. The ground crew sets off on a tracking mission, too, and finds something quite a bit larger. Cat finds out about hares, while Lily-Rose and Ant make a peacock using their own prints.
Cat has brought a great toy farm to Club, and the Green Team find out about baby farm animals. Green Balloon Club members Eddie, Joe and Bethany head off to a farm to find some baby animals and report back on them. Nature Chris has an amazing surprise for everyone - he's brought in an incubator. Could it be that a chick will hatch before their eyes? Jelly is visiting the Isles of Scilly and looking for seals - perhaps she will find a baby seal?
Numtums are ten cuddly creatures with numbers, who love to count. Inspired by Super Numtum, the Numpups decide they want to race, but first they need to make number signs for the race course.
Lily-Rose has a lovely new window box that she plants with carrots, beetroots, red lettuce and butternut squash, at the same time planting tomato seeds in a propagator.
The Green Team has built a fantastic den inside the Green Balloon and are thinking about animals that live in dens and under the ground. Green Balloon Club members Jazmin and Pandora report on a family of foxes that have made a den in their auntie's garden, while Jelly has her very own den made specially for her at a Forest School. Lily-Rose and Ant make beautiful butterflies to decorate their den.
The Green Team makes nature worlds in a box, and Cat and Ant make an ocean in a box. Jelly visits friends in the Scilly Isles and goes rockpooling. Green Balloon Club member Harry visits his granddad's animal rescue centre and meets some tiny baby birds.
Cat and Skipper are looking at badgers whilst Jay and Ant make a badger from newspapers. Jelly is visiting Bill Oddie in his garden where they will be making an unusual bird feeder.
Today Jelly is harvesting apples in an orchard, while Lily-Rose and Ant are starting a planting experiment to see if they can grow an apple tree. Cat and Jay are finding out about deer with the help of Green Balloon Club members Melina and Naureen. Rhys and Jem are setting this week's spot, and it is a pretty dangerous one, so watch out! And finally, the team all head down to the woods for the Green Balloon Club song to see what wildlife they can find there.
The Green Team are learning about hibernation and Jay is finding out if birds hibernate. Ant looks at hibernating insects and makes a bug box for minibeasts to sleep in over the winter. Lily-Rose is looking at how her seeds do in winter, while Cat finds the champion hibernator of them all - the dormouse. Also, Jelly and her friends call in on some hedghogs getting ready for winter at St Tiggywinkles and there is a special guest appearance from Justin as a Green Balloon Club member helps his tortoise get ready to hibernate.
When Joni the pony trips over her long mane, the other toys suggest that she get a haircut.
Stuffy is so excited to go with Doc to school that he cannot sleep.
Christmas is getting near and Sky has bought a Christmas tree for the Green Balloon. May and Alfie send in a report on choosing their Christmas tree, too, and the Green Team set about making decorations - festive snowflakes for the tree.
Doc McStuffins Goes to Washington
For a school assignment, Doc sends a video essay to the White House and gets selected by the first lady to attend a special event.
It's Donny's birthday, and the toys are excited for the big party. When a new toy named Winnie who can blow-up balloons joins the gang, the toys are excited.