'Bob's Big Challenge' Kicks Off New Season of Beloved Series

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The new season of Bob the Builder starts on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at 7:00am on WSKG Create.

Grab your tool belt and hardhat! Join Bob the Builder and his team as they construct projects using a foundation of determination and teamwork. With his business partner Wendy, apprentice builder Leo, and a team of machines, Bob is ready to fix the town of Fixham along with Spring City.

This team digs into any project, hammering out solutions to problems, all while building confidence along the way. No project is too big or too small – from fixing a leaky roof to repairing a skyscraper. After all, the fun is in getting it done!


Moving House
When Mayor Madison wants to save an old historic house that is dangerously close to a crumbling cliff, Bob and the team lift it onto Two-Tonne’s flatbed to take it to a new site. Mr. Bentley accompanies the convoy and, being a keen bird watcher, he spots a nest of very rare eggs by the side of the road. To avoid disturbing it, Two-Tonne decides to take a different route through the city, but he misjudges the height of the bridge and the house gets stuck. Luckily Bob has a solution! He lets the air out of Two Tonne’s tires so the vehicle becomes low enough to squeeze under the bridge and move to the new site.

Learning Goals
To understand the value of teamwork.
To learn to ask for help.
To explore height.
To recognize the importance protecting animals and their nests.
To understand that tires are filled with air.


Crane Pain
The team is at the stadium construction site installing sections of concrete onto the steelwork. Lofty is excited to be working with Tiny and wants to impress him. Lofty doesn’t admit to finding the concrete difficult to lift and he drops a section in front of the access way, trapping everybody inside the stadium. With some creative problem solving and collaboration, the team completes the job in time!

Learning Goals
To learn to accept help.
To understand problem solving.
To understand that machines can lift heavy objects.

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