Pre-school animation. Hugo finds out what play is, and why kids love to do it. There are so many games to play, Hugo could play his whole life!Source: CBeebies
Pre-school animation. Hugo learns that a brain is kind of like a computer, which can store lots of different thoughts that make him feel and remember all kinds of things.
Am I Always Thinking?
Pre-school animation. Hugo always has something to think about, whether it's something important like remembering Mum's birthday or scoring a great goal.
What Is Work?
Pre-school animation. Felix and Lily tell Hugo about all different types of work, and Hugo gets to work on a busy construction site.
Pre-school animation. Hugo's friend the yeti is so sad that he's crying his eyes out. Hugo doesn't know why, but tries to cheer him up by trying lots of things.
Is Everybody Different?
Pre-school animation. Hugo imagines a perfect world where every kid looks, thinks and acts exactly like him. But this gets pretty annoying fast.
What Makes Me Human?
Pre-school animation. Hugo thinks he's human because he's got legs, ears, eyes, nose and mouth.
Pre-school animation. Hugo knows some things are true, but is his friend Oscar right that a giant dinosaur still walks the earth? Hugo tries to find the truth.
Pre-school animation. Hugo explores things that are beautiful, from flowers and rainbows to his cool new bike, learning that beautiful can be all kinds of things.
Can Anything Be Art?
Pre-school animation. Hugo explores what art is by looking at all sorts of weird and wonderful paintings, sculptures and photos.
What Is Nature?
Pre-school animation. Hugo goes on a journey to discover that tiny flowers and huge elephants are part of nature.
Pre-school animation. Hugo finds it scary when he sees some big robots fighting, and upsetting when he argues with his friend.
Am I Kind?
Pre-school animation. Lily and Felix explain to Hugo all the different ways to be kind, like helping someone who is hurt and taking care of your pets.
What Does It Mean To Learn Something?
Pre-school animation. Hugo discovers that sometimes you have to make lots of mistakes before you can learn something.
Preschool animation. Hugo has a contest of strength with an elephant and an tiny ant, and learns that even an ant is strong for its size.
Pre-school animation. There is always someone telling Hugo what to do, but most of the time it's for his own good.
Preschool animation. When Hugo is sleeping, he dreams a lot, about flying with dragons and racing with cheetahs.
Pre-school animation. When he wonders if his friend the elephant can fly, Hugo holds his very own experiment to find out.