Franny wants to build a very tall, ‘princess’ tower out of her building blocks, but the other babies don’t know the words for the different shapes of the blocks. If they are going to build this tower together, the babies need to visit Word Wally to learn the words for different shapes! / At bedtime, Lulu can’t sleep because she has lost her favorite pillow. The other babies want to help Lulu find it, but Lulu doesn’t know the word for the shape of her pillow. After a visit to Word Wally, the babies learn that Lulu’s pillow is shaped like a diamond. Now they can begin their search so that they can all get back to bed and go to sleep!
While playing tag, Kip accidentally tags Bailey on the elbow. That tickles Bailey so much that he toots his trunk and blows Kip into a beanbag. Kip loves this and wants to tag Bailey again, but he doesn’t know what part of the body the elbow is. The babies call Word Wally and Kip learns where the elbow is. Now he can tickle Bailey again and go flying! / While playing on the playground, Bailey falls over and gets an “ouch”, but he doesn’t know the name of the part of his body that hurts. With Kip’s help, Bailey starts to feels better, but he still wants to know the word for this part of his body. The babies call Word Wally and Bailey learns the word for Shoulder. Now his shoulder feels all-better!
Lulu didn’t take her nap today and quickly becomes angry, sad and tired, which prompts the other babies to convince her to lie down and finally take her nap. Once Lulu wakes up, she feels much better, but doesn’t know the word for how she is feeling. With some help from her friends and Word Wally, Lulu figures out that she is feeling happy! / The babies are surprised to find a large egg in a nest in their playroom. They go through a wide range of feelings, like surprised, worried and excited as they care for the egg and wait for it to hatch. They also start to get frustrated because they can’t wait to meet their new bird friend!
As the babies are getting ready for bed, they decide to play a new game that Bailey invented call “Light and Dark,” but Lulu can’t play because she doesn’t know what those words mean. The babies make a quick trip to Word Wally so they can play their game before it’s time to go to bed! / The babies are having some quiet time, but Kip and Lulu don’t know the words for quiet or whisper, so they keep being loud and shouting, which frustrates Franny and Bailey. The babies visit Word Wally so that Kip and Lulu can learn the words they need to know to play quietly!
As the babies have fun on the playground, Kip demonstrates his favorite movement. The others think he’s just walking, but Kip knows better. He just doesn’t know the word for this movement. Word Wally helps Kip learn that it’s called marching, which is the perfect movement for having a parade! / When the other babies are having fun doing different movements, like running, jumping and hopping, Bailey wants to try, but he isn’t very good at any of them. The other babies console Bailey by telling him that he must be good at some movement, but which one? After visiting Word Wally, they discover that Bailey is really good at shaking!
Franny has invented a new game, The Color Monster, where she pretends to be a silly monster that can only be stopped by different colors. The babies have to learn their colors and stop the Color Monster before Bailey gets a little too scared to have fun! / The babies each get a new balloon, but Franny accidently pops Lulu’s! The babies rush to help a very sad Lulu and get her another balloon, but Lulu doesn’t know the word for color balloon she wants. After some help from Word Wally, the babies get Lulu another turquoise balloon!
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