Timmy is thrilled when he sees Osbourne practicing a conjuring act. Convinced he can do magic too, Timmy tries to impress his friends - but none of the tricks seem to work. That is, until Osbourne shows him how it's done and Timmy learns that practice makes perfect.
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Harriet shows Timmy and his friends how to make a collage. But Timmy gets glue all over himself and soon the various items that the classmates have collected are stuck all over his fleece. Worse is still to come when Yabba discovers that her prize feather is missing...
It's Halloween and Timmy and his friends are having lots of spooky fun, hollowing out pumpkins and making party decorations. Timmy and Finlay can't resist playing tricks on their friends, but when they hear some scary noises in the Outhouse, the tables are turned.
It's Nap Time, but Timmy is too excited to sleep. While the other little animals snooze Timmy wants to play, and so he spends the rest of the day trying not to drop off. He won't admit he's tired, until Harriet and Osbourne make him a bed in an unexpected place.
When he sees Otus flutter up to get a kite down from a tree, Timmy is very impressed. Determined to fly himself, he gets Otus to show him how it's done. But it's not as easy as it looks, and he is about to give up when his friends find a special way to make him fly.
Timmy and his friends are having great fun playing pirates. Timmy is the Captain and leads his chums on a treasure hunt. But when they find the X that marks the spot, there's a big surprise in store - especially for Harriet, who has lost her necklace.
It's Valentine's Day and Harriet is showing the class how to make cards for their best friends. Timmy volunteers to be postman, but in his enthusiasm he manages to lose everything from his mailbag and Ruffy has to help sniff out the missing cards.
Timmy is determined to play with Otus's new remote-controlled truck. He tries more and more ambitious stunts, until disaster strikes and the truck gets broken. Harriet helps make a new one out of odds and ends, but will it match up to the original?
Osbourne is helping the class to make their very own scarecrow. Mittens, meanwhile, is proudly showing off the shiny new bell on her collar, but is inconsolable when it goes missing. Timmy hears a faint ringing sound in the garden and the hunt is on to find the missing bell.
The class is making things out of scrap and Timmy is very proud of his splendid tractor - a cereal box, toilet roll and jam jar lids! But as he parades it around the Nursery, he finds his friends having problems with their make-and-do's - will Timmy lend them his tractor parts to help out?
When Yabba won't play with Timmy, he decides to make a new playmate out of modeling clay. Yabba is hurt when Timmy rejects her offers of friendship and snubs her in favour of his new Best Friend - but is an imaginary friend as much fun as a real one?
It's Timmy's birthday and his friends make him a delicious cake. But as the party games begin, Timmy can't resist sneaking away to taste a bit of the tempting cake, then a bit more, and a bit more; what will Harriet say when she finds the cake is just a pile of crumbs?
The class is making items out of folded paper, and Timmy is amazed by Finlay's fantastic paper plane. He tries to copy him, but Timmy's attempt just won't fly like Finlay's. Timmy is losing heart, until Finlay's plane gets stuck in a tree, and Timmy gets a great idea.
Timmy's attempts at tidying his toys are rather slapdash, so Harriet shows him how it should be done. Timmy gets the tidying bug, and is soon tidying everything away - not just his own things, but all his friends' things too! What will they say when they find their things are missing?
Timmy and his friends are playing ball games - catch, crazy golf, tennis and so on. Stripey just can't get the hang of hand-to-eye co-ordination and is upset when Yabba gets impatient with him. But when Timmy finds some elastic, he realizes how he can help out.
Osbourne is recycling the rubbish, and Timmy gets excited by the possibilities for turning old tin cans into toys - stilts, skittles, drums and so forth. His classmates help him make a mobile out of odds and ends, but what will Timmy do when it's time for the rubbish to go back in the bins?
Finlay brings his clockwork robot to Nursery, but as he and Timmy play it gets broken. So they make a robot costume for Timmy out of some cardboard boxes, and with Finlay at the controls, Timmy gets a bit carried away and Osbourne has to put a stop to his 'robot rampage'.
Harriet and Osbourne lay a treasure trail for the class - but Kid spoils the fun by eating all the paper clues that they have hidden around the Nursery. So Timmy turns detective and follows the real clues that Kid has left in an attempt to find the special treat that lies at the end of the trail.
Harriet and Osbourne take the class to a neighbouring field where they have put up a splendid tent. Timmy builds his own tent from the picnic rug and won't join in with the others' games, until a rainstorm starts and Timmy tries to brave it out on his own.
Timmy finds an old mop-head and is convinced that it is a little animal, which he adopts as his pet. He strokes it, feeds it and teaches it tricks, not in the least bit worried by its lack of response. His classmates don't know what to make of this, until Timmy's pet starts to move on its own!
The class is playing a shop game. Timmy and Finlay both have their hearts set on a fantastic toy plane, but neither has enough buttons to buy it. So they both set up rival shops and try to raise more buttons, until they realize that working together can be better than rivalry.
Everyone is having fun in the paddling pool, until Stripey pulls the stopper out of the valve. Disappointed, Timmy and Yabba try to find alternative pools - a bucket, a cardboard box, a tin bath - but things get out of hand until Timmy finds a way to help Osbourne blow the pool up again.
While playing in the snow, Timmy makes a little snowball - which immediately becomes his best friend! He won't be separated from it and when Osbourne tells him he can't bring inside, he sneaks it in anyway - only to be left devastated when it is mysteriously replaced by a pool of water.
It's a wintery day at the nursery and Timmy discovers some strange extra-large footprints in the snow! Convinced there is a monster on the loose, the brave little lamb and his friends set off around playground to hunt for the mysterious creature...
Everyone is excited when the frosty playground means that Timmy and his friends can have fun sliding around. But Kid just can't manage to keep his balance, and is about to give up when Timmy finds an ingenious way to help.
Yabba is building a fantastic snowman, but Timmy thinks he can do better; Yabba may have one hat on her snowman, but Timmy's has six! His classmates are incredulous at Timmy's efforts, until he adds Apricot's hot water bottle as a finishing touch.