Children in India having fun demonstrating the number 3 – using apples, babies, candles, numbers, ice cream, balloons.
Po counts to four and a group of children demonstrate traditional drumming in Taiwan.
Laa-Laa shows us the difference between big and small. Children feed chickens in Portugal.
In Finland, a group of children show-off their ice skating skills.
Children roll wheels in India.
Laa-Laa draws a square and Dipsy shows off the colour pink. Children ballet dance in the USA.
The children in Taiwan have fun playing some parachute games.
In Namibia, a group of children are on the lookout for gemstones.
Chilean boys and girls play with huge piles of autumn leaves in the woods.
In India, a young girl and her mother demonstrate their dancing skills.
Korean children watch some peacocks flying, walking, and spreading their tail feathers.
Children in America paint their hands and make some fish shaped paintings.
In India, a young girl is making idlis - a type of Indian food.
A girl takes a ride on a carousel in France and the Teletubbies say hello to each other.
A family in South Africa show how they wash clothes in a metal tub.
Korean children and their uncle take a walk to search for some snails. The Teletubbies demonstrate the difference between fast and slow.
Children fill buckets with water from a tap in a wall. They then take the buckets on a trolley to a woman who is washing clothes.
A music teacher in Taiwan shows a young girl how to play the erhu fiddle. It makes all sorts of strange noises as well as plays music.
Spanish boys pick mandarins in an orange grove and put them into crates. Then they sit under the trees and eat some.
Indian children demonstrate the number 2 using apples, babies, candles, numbers, balls, candy floss, horses, and red buses.
Dipsy says hello to the colour yellow while Chinese children put on lion costumes and dance in the street, accompanied by drums.
A young Russian girl runs around an obstacle course with her dogs.
Children in India are shown how to make kites, which they then fly high over the trees.
Po and Tinky Winky practice running and Laa-Laa plays with a big bouncy ball, while boys in Argentina play football.
Some boys in South Africa watch their mother balance buckets full of water on her head. The boys copy her and try try to balance pots of...
Children in India demonstrate the number 5 using: apples, candles, swings, numbers, buses, balloons, and ice-creams.