Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug teaches children to pursue their dreams; Megan directs her first episode of the show.
Monster trucker Chuck Jordan presents truck trivia. Songs include "A Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On.".
The gang plans a birthday party to cheer up Lana since she couldn't go to Hawaii on her special day.
Four firefighters provide tips on fire safety; visiting a doctor's office to learn about shots.
The children learn about wild animals, including a fox, a porcupine and a hedgehog.
The gang learns about determination from retired baseball player Brett Butler.
The children learn safety for bicycling and swimming. Songs include "Come On and Swim.".
Animal expert Joan Embery brings exotic creatures to the studio.
The children work to help the victims of a flood, then meet family bluegrass band Home Grown.
National yo-yo champion Jason Tracy shows off his tricks; Michael takes dance lessons, hoping to learn the Charleston.
Julie Scardino of Sea World presents some interesting shark facts. Songs include "Three Little Fishes" and "Splash, Splash.".
The children learn about harmonicas and the importance of cooperation. Songs include "If You're Happy and You Know It.".
Dogs from all over the world, including Great Danes, Siberian huskies and German shepherds.
The children learn about the '60s and rock 'n' roll with Peter Noone of "Herman's Hermits.".
A trip to the beach offers the children an opportunity to learn about calypso music and the Caribbean.
Sheila E. teaches the gang about drums. Songs include "Footloose" and "The Mexican Hat Dance.".
The children learn about dancing, from the jitterbug to the hokey pokey.
The children learn about animals when huskie puppies and wolf cubs visit the studio.
Music group All-4-One makes a guest appearance on a nervous new cast's first show, impressing the station manager.
The children learn about horses from trainer Nick Karazisis.
Dave refuses to give up when he runs into problems building the props for the astronomy set.
Pianist Beth Sorrentino helps the children realize the importance of practice.
Tuson Big Mountain and Whirlwind join the children for a celebration of American Indian culture.
Reporter Patt Morrison's visit inspires the children to start their own newspaper.
Square dancing; country music; the Old West; stringed instruments.
Ruby helps Ryan realize that it is OK to collect things from one's childhood.
Jessica refuses to share access to the computer.
Ruby teaches everyone another way of deciding when they have to choose from many great show ideas.
Good manners and the importance of respecting other people's feelings.
The children adopt a lost kitten that they found outside the stage door.
A search of the storage room for items for a garage sale sparks a trip down memory lane.
Lynsey feels unappreciated and is jealous of the attention focused on Alex.
After Brooke's bicycle is stolen, the crew pitches in to help raise money for a new one.
Exploring Latin American culture and the Spanish language.
There is a whole lot of shaking going on as the group learns line dancing and rocks around the clock.
Members of the group interact with some of their favorite animals and get close to baby Bengal tigers.
A musical tribute to the performing arts, focusing on the teamwork involved in the making of a TV show.
Transportation; cars; trucks; trains; horses.
The group devotes an entire show to dogs and the important roles they play in human lives.
The group experiences foods from around the world and learns to throw pizza dough.
The group's lesson in sign language includes stories about composer Ludwig van Beethoven, inventor Thomas Edison and painter Francisco Jose de Goya.
The gang investigates world records that have been set by children, and 8-year-old twin pilots discuss their flight plans.
The kids plan a surprise party for Alexandra; cellist Brendan Milbank.
A puppeteer demonstrates how to make simple puppets out of socks.
The group learns about the history and culture of American Indians, and the cowboys, outlaws and explorers who settled in the West.
Olympic gold medalists Nadia Comaneci and Bart Conner discuss what it is like to train for and participate in the Olympics.
A weatherman introduces the gang to weather terms such as atmosphere, temperature, clouds and meteorologist.
Hassan worries about changing schools; animal behavior; baby chimpanzee.
The group learns about horns, woodwinds, strings, percussion instruments and different music styles.
The staff of the television station becomes involved in a recycling drive for a local school.
The group discusses safety, takes a trip to the train station and visits with a fire chief and his Dalmatian.
Megan worries about the arrival of a new sibling; martial eagle.
The group examines the cultures of Japan, Italy, Jamaica, Africa, Mexico and Scotland after locating the countries on a map.
Child actress Ariana Richards ("Jurassic Park") helps the gang learn about dinosaurs.
The group's members learn that they can make a difference when they raise funds for a homeless shelter.
The importance of sportsmanship and how to be active in sports without playing.
History reports, songs and the responsibilities of the U.S. Coast Guard.
The group buys raffle tickets to support the school marching band.
Mark learns that "practice makes perfect" while trying to master a magic trick.
Katie exaggerates about how well she knows guest Raven-Symone.
Geography lesson; police officer Maria Tomes.
Billy Biggle helps the group learn about teamwork and sharing problems with friends.
The responsibilities of the U.S. Postal Service, and the importance of being patient.
Auto-racer Jimmy Vasser; transportation safety; jealousy.
The group learns about the primary colors and techniques of famous artists.
Jim Clarke of Sea World; marine animals.
The group learns about teamwork when Jules Sylvester visits with an alligator.
Billy and Ruby Biggle introduce the kids to the zany residents of Biggletown.
Teamwork; planning; self-esteem; following directions; birthday.
Empowerment; accomplishment; outdoor activities; sand castles; puppies; bicycles; kites; pool party.
The Kidsongs Kids learn new and old dances, from the waltz and the Charleston to the conga and the twist.
A trip to the petting zoo allows the gang to feed a baby lion and play with white tigers, bear cubs and puppies.
Creativity; teamwork; perseverance; rehearsal; costumes; magician.
A time-traveling adventure takes the gang to the 1960s, to a Mexican fiesta and on a train ride.
The kids spend a day with Billy Biggle.
Lifestyles; motivation; inspiration; country; farm; cattle drive; line dancing.
Magic, music and imagination allow the kids to talk with elephants and eagles.
The kids and their wacky music teacher, professor Majorchord, sing and dance.
The kids celebrate the holiday season.
Everything looks silly during a short trip to a magical land.
The kids take their singing and dancing fun to an amusement park.
The kids sing some songs at camp.
The group learns about the history of the circus, clowns and juggling.
Singing kids in sports videos.
The children discuss what careers they want to have as grown-ups, even learning about professional hula hooping.
The kids journey throughout the animal kingdom with lots of animal friends.
Songs that pertain to America.
The kids sing while aboard trucks, a boat and a bulldozer.
Using music to help kids transition from an active day to bedtime.
The kids and Mr. World visit different countries and meet children from other places.
Group activities; coordination; exercise; animals; farm; hayride.