Harry is a typical five-year-old with a healthy imagination who seeks to resolve his conflicts and frustrations through the use of imaginary friends and an imaginary world. He lives with his mother, his Nana and his older sister. His best friends are his toy dinosaurs whom he keeps in a bucket–but he and his Nana know that his dinosaurs can come to life! Harry's bucket leads to Dino World, where he can creatively and fancifully find solutions for real world situations that are hard to handle.
• For pre-K - grade 1
• English and Spanish
• Teacher's guide included as PDF on DVD (English only)
• Four 11-minute episodes per disc
Politeness: Once Upon a Time
Harry needs a green crayon to illustrate his story about a naughty Troll, but he finds Sam unwilling to share her art supplies with him. He goes to Dino World to see if he can track down the materials there, but instead stumbles across the same naughty Troll from his story. The Troll will not let him cross the stream without the magic password, just like in his project. After many unsuccessful guesses, Harry realizes that a simple "please" goes a long way. He also learns that Sam is willing to share her supplies with a more polite Harry.
Imagination: I Wish I Could Fly
When Harry loses his helium balloon, he wishes that he had the ability to fly. Curious that this may actually be a possibility in Dino World, Harry and his Dinos use their imagination and go off to find out. However, flying doesn't turn out to be so simple in Dino World as everyone learns the hard way. Madcap balloon adventures get a little tricky, as poor Steggy nearly disappears off into the sky. Harry and Pterence heroically rescue their unfortunate friend, and Harry gets to experience what it's like to fly in the process.
Resourcefulness: I See a Seashell
While Harry plays on the beach, making sand castles with his new bucket, he comes across a shell that would make the perfect castle decoration. Harry and the Dinosaurs are startled when the shell scuttles off towards a tide pool. As the gang investigates the tide pool, Harry decides that he would love to explore this magnificent world some more, and so he goes into his regular bucket to Dino World to do just that. Everyone has a fun adventure and they even come across a familiar creature, in need of a new home, before returning to Nana to explain why the new bucket is missing. Harry and the Dinos show resourcefulness when helping the crab find his shell.
Initiative: Do You Like My Tent?
Harry and the Dinos have set up camp in the living room and it reminds Mom of the time when she went camping with the Nature Guides. She shows them her collection of Guide badges and it inspires Harry and the Dinos to show initiative and go on a real camping trip to earn their own badges. The intrepid explorers head to Dino World where they embark on an adventure to find the Lost Falls and get some badges along the way. However, with pesky bugs and scary monsters to contend with, Harry and the Dinos learn that it's not always as easy as it might seem to earn a badge!