It's raining outside so Andy and his friends play dress-up to act like monsters and dinosaurs.
Tina and Grandma take a walk in the snow and try to guess which prints belong to which animal.
Eddie helps Mom by watching little sister Jenny while Mom does the laundry.
Flora and Grandpa go to the fair. They have an exciting day eating ice-cream petting the animals and going on the rides.
Dad and José plant a pattern of colored flowers in the garden and then water them.
Dad takes Maria fishing for the first time.
In this Norwegian folktale Halvor discovers what treasure his mother would like best.
Jimmy learns that a long-awaited special dessert is not the most important part of his family's Thanksgiving celebration.
Angelo finds fun in his aunt's kitchen project.
Isabel has saved her family from a lifetime of having strawberry shortcake for dessert but . . .
Rupert is lonely and a little scared at his grandmother's country home. How can an empty cupboard in the toolshed make him feel at home?
Josefina proves to Papa that she can be a helpful cowgirl.
Kristen thinks her cousin Maya is Gramma's favorite until Maya reveals the main topic of Gramma's letters.
Sometimes it is great to have a mom who is different from the rest.
A series of misadventures turn into fun for Derrick and Steve.
Ollie wants to do something special for Abuela for Mother's Day. When Arizona and Ollie find out Abuela's favorite treat is homemade ice cream, they have just the thing.
When the twins help out at the family store, Indi has an accident while bagging a customer's groceries. Everyone helps clean-up the mess and Indi is helped to see that she can learn from her mistake.
A preschool girl helps her older brother create a May Basket for their Grandma.
When Arizona ruins Abuela's scarf on a ski trip, she has to muster the courage to admit it and apologize.
A child enjoys a snowy day with his mom.
Jonathan makes Grandma thank-you cards.
Indi gets upset when Tex runs through the pile of leaves she's raked. As the anger escalates and they start pushing one another, Dad steps in to help. Everyone takes a deep breath, and the twins talk to one another and the conflict is resolved.
Annie figures out a way to comfort her little brother when he's feeling homesick on his first day of school.
Little Bunny thinks it might be better to be the younger child in the family. Baby Bunny can get away with things that Little Bunny can't. But when bedtime rolls around, and Little Bunny can stay up later, he realizes that there are advantages to being the big brother.
A son and his father are taking a trip by plane to visit Grandma. The boy is intrigued by the view from the window. Everything looks so small from the plane. When he gets to the ground, he realizes that the planes up in the sky, that look so big on the ground, look small up in the sky.