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
Friendship: I Want to Help
Friendliness means being kind to your family and friends. Helping is also a good way to show friendliness. Harry wishes he could help more with the decorating, so he goes to Dino World to see if he can practice his skills there.
Trike has a bad case of tinselitis after using glitter paint to create Harry's toy castle and needs to have a check-up with Dino Doctor Harry in Dino World.
Confidence: Two plus Two Makes Four
Harry sets off to Dino World in search of the right answers to a tricky math question. While on his quest, Harry runs into some mathematical friends who all seem to have their own puzzles to solve. Harry helps his friends through numerous puzzles and finds that his logic for math isn't as absent as he'd first thought.
Teamwork: Silly Pencil
Harry is trying to draw a castle, but is having trouble getting his pencil to draw a straight line. In the hope that Dino World may be able to offer a solution, Harry and the Dinos disappear through the bucket and discover a set of ready-drawn straight lines and the perfect blank space to draw a castle! Teamwork is working together to complete a task, and Harry and the Dinos work together to build a spectacular castle.