Bob the Builder

Scary Creatures

Season 9, Episode 15 of 26

Here Be Dragons: Bob and the team are building a walkway for Komodo Island for the public to gain a better view of the exhibit. Muck is terrified of Komodo dragons so he instead is clearing out an old enclosure. When Muck finds eggs, he returns for Jenny's help. Back on the island, a Komodo hisses at him and Muck backs onto the walkway. It collapses, and Leo is left dangling from his safety harness. Muck overcomes his fear and acts to save him. After, Muck and the team repair the walkway. Muck learns that the eggs he found were in fact Komodos and that he was cleaning their former enclosure. The eggs hatch and Jenny names the first one after Muck. Learning Goals: To observe a zoo animal habitat and young animals. To observe animal characteristics and the way animals move. To understand the importance of facing and overcoming fears. Dino Park: The new Dinosaur Park excites visitors with a trail of life-sized models of dinosaurs, including a roaring animatronic triceratops. Mayor Madison is visiting this evening and Bob and the team must complete the attraction before her arrival. When Scoop tries to surprise Leo by pushing the triceratops in his path, Muck is frightened and sends the model halfway down the cliff. In effort to save the attraction, Bob abseils down with Lofty's hook, and rides it back to the cliff top. When Mayor Madison arrives for a private viewing, the team discovers that the triceratops' roaring noise is broken. Muck to the rescue, he hides in the bushes and musters a convincing roar. Learning Goals: To describe or represent living things that lived long ago. To learn to express empathy and concern for others' feelings and fears.

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