The babies play detective to try and solve the mystery behind some new things in the house. Can you help them uncover the exciting surprise in store?
The babies are working hard -- and doing the silly dance! -- to help Tilly learn fun things. But she's got something special to teach them, too!
Silly is the name of the game as the babies get creative taking turns to lead outside playtime. Then little Tilly takes some very big steps!
Uh-oh, what does Tilly want? The babies don't speak Mandarin, so they're not sure. But Word Wally and the What's It Toy are there to lend a hand.
When Clickety Clock takes a tumble, Kip and Lulu help with repairs. But without their trusty guide, the other babies get the schedule all mixed up!
Everybody wants to play with little Tilly, but some of the babies still need to learn how to make sure their games are safe and kind.
An exciting outdoor adventure leaves Lulu feeling left out because she's little. Things get better when she uses her words -- and her imagination!
Sharing is really hard for Lulu and Tilly when it comes to their special toys. When the two start to fight, Word Wally comes to the rescue.
Franny has a frustrating day when nothing goes her way. The babies work together to find the English and Mandarin words that describe her feelings.
Kip learns the hard way that he can't get distracted when he's in charge of watching Tilly. What will fix the mess? Teamwork -- and bubbles!
The babies want to smell a flower, so they plant one! Can you help them learn the name of the place in nature where flowers grow?
The babies are having fun exploring and finding their favorite things in nature. But Lulu gets sad when her new friend flies away.
Lulu doesn't understand that babies need to sleep at night. She keeps waking up the others because she wants to ride the train.
Kip and Franny get into a fight while they're playing a game using words that are opposites. Franny needs your help to learn some words for the game.
Lulu can't sleep without her pillow. But when it's lost, she doesn't want anyone else's pillow because they're all the wrong shape.
The babies need your help to learn the names of different shapes so they can help Franny build a tower with their new blocks.
Lulu has trouble playing a fun game because she doesn't understand the rules. Can you help her learn some words so she can play?
It's a rainy day, and the babies have to play quietly inside. But Kip and Lulu keep disturbing Franny and Bailey by being too loud.
Franny and Kip both think they can make the best ice cream sundae. So they each make a sundae, and Bailey and Lulu get to decide which is best!
Kip's new toy is so fun that he doesn't want to play outside -- until Bailey shows him lots of things he can see, hear, smell and touch outdoors.
Franny likes climbing, Lulu likes sliding and Bailey likes riding his scooter. Can you help Kip name what he likes to do?
The others are running, jumping and hopping, but Bailey wants to sit under his favorite tree. He needs your help to find a movement he likes doing.
Lulu doesn't know what kind of animal she is. Her friends Bailey, Franny and Kip need your help to figure it out.
The babies have fun pretending to be farm animals and learning the noises each one makes. But Kip and Lulu both want to be the chicken!
It's fun to pretend that a big box is all different kinds of vehicles. But Kip needs help naming the kind that can take him to outer space.
Franny keeps losing when the babies race toy vehicles down the slide. Can you help her learn what her slow vehicle is good at doing?
The babies learn about colors, but when Lulu needs a new balloon, she doesn't know the name of the color she wants.
Franny pretends to be a color monster, and the others have to find the right colors to stop her from stomping and roaring!
When Bailey tries to jump like Kip, he falls down. Now he wants to learn the name of the part of his body that hurts.
Kip tickles Bailey's elbow while they play tag, and now the babies want to learn the names of different parts of their bodies.
Lulu doesn't take her nap, and she doesn't want to eat her snack. She needs help to figure out how she's feeling.
A big egg arrives and the babies have different feelings while they take care of it and wait for it to hatch. What are some words for feelings?
The babies play a new game called "Restaurant." They learn about different yummy vegetables, but Lulu doesn't know the name of the one she wants.
Bailey loses his apple, and the babies look for it. Lulu needs to learn the names of different fruits so she can help.
Franny, Bailey and Kip pretend to be a firefighter, a farmer and an engineer. What is Lulu's job called?
Franny, Lulu and Kip pretend to be a chef, a doctor and a bus driver. But Bailey needs help to learn the name of his job.
The babies decide to start a band, but Franny and Lulu fight over the drum. Now they need to find just the right instrument for Lulu to play.
Lulu's favorite toy, Raffe, gets dirty and broken when she plays with it outside. The babies learn opposite words to help fix Raffe.
The other babies make things fun for Franny while she learns to use the potty, and they all learn some new words to help her.
Franny, Bailey and Kip are mad at Lulu when she takes all their cookies. Lulu needs your help to learn some new words about good manners.
The babies decide to make art, and Franny, Lulu and Bailey paint and take photos. But they don't know the name for the type of art Kip makes.
The babies have to play inside because of a storm. Franny, Kip and Lulu play cowboys, but Bailey's not having fun because he's scared of the thunder.
When the babies disagree with each other about what games to play, they need to learn about the importance of friendship.
It's Franny's birthday, and she wants to share her cake with Bailey, Kip and Lulu. But she needs to figure out how to cut four equal pieces of cake.
It's nap time, and Lulu wants to find a nice place for her favorite toy, Raffe, to sleep. Bailey, Franny and Kip help her look for the perfect spot.
There's a bad smell on the playground, and Kip and Bailey don't know what it is. They decide to become detectives and solve the mystery.
When Franny, Kip, Bailey and Lulu pretend to be animals, they learn some new words for different animal movements.
The babies have a picnic, but Kip doesn't like the bugs. His friends help him learn more about the different kinds of insects they see.
The babies pretend to be hungry animals chasing each other, and they use their imagination to learn about the animals in the ocean.
When the babies want to play different games, Franny figures out how they can all play together: by pretending to run different kinds of stores.