Scout visits Daisy to give her some pinecones he found on his walk that morning and Daisy gets the idea to make a DIY pinecone animal! By collecting pinecones and other cool shapes from nature, Daisy and the Gumboot Kids craft their own little pinecone friends.
Daisy is inspired by a sunflower to create a nature craft that celebrates the beautiful patterns of nature! Daisy and the Gumboot Kids gather special shapes from nature to make DIY mandalas, creating their own exciting patterns.
Daisy guides the Gumboot Kids as they make healthy DIY bird cookies for their fine feathered friends. The Gumboot Kids have tons of fun making the bird cookies and then hanging them up in the trees ready for the birds to snack on.
While in a valley, Scout unearths a story rock and sends the Gumboot Kids to figure out what it is. After putting the clues together, the Gumboot Kids discover that nature has marvellous stories to share if they’re willing to dig for it!
Where is one of the oldest expanses of rock in the world upon which you can actually eat a beaver tail? Jaxon and Song report the beaver tail eating crime to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and in doing so, find the party at last!
What animal has the longest left front tooth in the world? In snowshoes, Jaxon and Song tiptoe past a polar bear in search of the animal with the longest left front tooth. Their search takes them to the Innuitians.
The Gumboot Kids help Scout to investigate what caused his sketches to scatter all over the floor. They'll have to use their ears and listen carefully to solve this nature mystery. Nature Mystery Clues: kite, dandelion, chime. Mindful Moment: Use your ears to listen to the wind.