Nib, Ogi and Bobin learn to recognize people such as doctors, dentists, mechanics and postmen by what they are doing.
Nib and the band are practising for their concert at Dragon Mountain, but they're finding it difficult as Nib has a sore throat.
It's a rainy day so Nib goes to her ballet class and Bobin heads off to the swimming pool.
The Bobinogs learn about the concept of time, meal times, times of the day, morning, bedtime, and sequencing-yesterday today tomorrow.
The Bobinogs learn all about road safety and how to make sure that nothing is coming when they go to cross the road.
Nib, Ogi and Bobin learn to appreciate the importance of the environment.
The Bobinogs learn about different seasons, the order they come in and the colours and weather associated with them.
The Bobinogs learn how important the five senses are - eyes to see, ears to hear, tongue to taste, hands to touch and nose to smell.
The Bobinogs understand and respond to suggestions about spatial relationships e.g. behind, underneath, below, and on top.
In the bobble house, the Bobinogs band is getting ready to start practising, but Nib keeps yawning and Bobin's tummy is rumbling.
The Bobinogs use mathematical language to discuss shape, size and quantity, focusing on the triangle, square and circle.
The Bobinogs find out about information sources, such as books.
Ogi and Bobin blast off in a rocket, but Nib is left behind, much to his disappointment.
Nib, Ogi and Bobin want a pet, but Dylan the dragon is impossible to cope with.
Nib, Ogi and Bobin express their feelings through music and dance.
The Bobinogs are a messy bunch, and Ogi is tired of doing all the housework.
Nib forgets to ask to go to the bathroom and spoils her birthday treat.
When Nibbin comes to stay with the Bobinogs, she soon outstays her welcome.
Bobinogs are all different, but they're special in their own way.
While spring cleaning, the Bobinogs find things from when they were younger.