Mr. Tumble decides to have a tea party with some of his favorite toys.
Tyra likes being in school; a look at what Tyra and her friends do during a school day.
Meeting the children from Oakleigh School and their sensory garden.
Several useful signs are taught; many different types of movement are shown.
Mr. Tumble shows how to pretend to be a cat, a dog or a rabbit; how to say the names of animals in sign language is demonstrated; a pet shop is visited.
Mr. Tumble has many amazing shoes; he shows off his special pair of dancing shoes.
Justin Fletcher and his friends perform "The Hello Song"; Mr. Tumble wants to be a pop star after watching Cliff Tumble on TV.
Mr. Tumble gives several examples of what he likes to do for fun.
When Mr. Tumble goes on a shopping trip, he buys a special pair of shoes.
The signs for monkey, lion, snake and other jungle animals are featured.
The signs for fish, crab, octopus and other underwater creatures are featured.
The weather is always changing; Mr. Tumble prepares for it by getting dressed in an interesting way.
A lesson on individuality.
The program teaches how to say all the colors of the rainbow in sign language.
Mr. Tumble drives a car, flies a plane and rides the rails on a train.
After Mr. Tumble wakes up baby Tumble, he needs Grandad Tumble to help him get the baby to go back to sleep.
Farm animals and farm life are focused on.
A shopping trip teaches a lesson about food.
Teachers and parents are given approaches to help children with learning difficulties develop language and communication skills; the home is focused on.