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(Annie, Leo and June, along with the Mickey Mouse doll, arrive at the playground with their backpacks while coming out of the playground.)

Annie: (looking up at the sky while putting the Mickey doll down on the playground bridge) It sure is cloudy.

Leo: It looks like it's going to rain.

June: Yeah, I don't think we'll have much time to play.

Leo: (confused) Where's Quincy?

Annie: (shrugs) I guess he's still in the classroom. (with Leo and June) Quincy, Quincy, come on, Quincy!

(Quincy is in the classroom watching the egg.)

Quincy: OK, I'm coming! (leaving the classroom and arriving at the playground)

Leo: C'mon, Quincy, hurry before it rains.

Quincy: Sorry, I've been watching that egg. It's gonna hatch anytime.

June: Uh-oh, I think I felt a raindrop.

Leo: But wouldn't it be neat if raindrops were something you could eat?

Quincy: Uh-huh, like candy.

June: Or marshmallows.

Annie: How about lemon drops?

(The music for "If All the Raindrops" begins.)

Little Einsteins: (singing) If all the raindrops were lemon drops and gumdrops

Oh, what a rain that would be

Standing outside with my mouth open wide

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah

If all the raindrops were lemon drops and gum drops

Oh, what a rain that would be

If all the snowflakes were candy bars and milkshakes

Oh, what a snow that would be

Standing outside with my mouth open wide

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah

If all the snowflakes were candy bars and milkshakes

Oh, what a snow that would be

If all the sunbeams were bubble gum and ice cream

Oh, what a sun that would be

Standing outside with my mouth open wide

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah

If all the sun beams were bubble gum and ice cream

Oh, what a sun that would be

Mickey: (coming to life) Bubble gum and ice cream?!?

Little Einsteins: Mickey! (hugging)

Mickey: Hi everybody, how are you doing? Gee, I don't think it's going to rain after all, but why don't we go up to the treehouse just in case?

Little Einsteins: OK!

Mickey: OK, let's go. (Annie, Leo and June take their backpacks.) After you, after you, after you, after you and after me. Here we go.

(The gang enters the treehouse. Later, they arrive inside.)

June: It sure is nice and cozy in here.

Mickey: And we'll be safe and dry if it rains.

(The gang hears chirping.)

Annie: Listen to that!

Quincy: It sounds like some baby birds.

Leo: (looking at the window and pointing outside) I think they're out there.

(The gang walk to the window. The mama bird and her babies are in their nest.)

June: Oh look, it's a mama bird and her babies!

Leo: They have their own little house to snuggle up in.

Quincy: Mickey, what do other animals do when it gets rainy or cold?

Mickey: Well, most animals have their own houses. I'll bet if you look, you can find more animal homes around the treehouse. (The Little Einsteins talk excitedly.) Let's look around.

(The gang leaves the window.)

Leo: (holding a magnifying glass) Hey everybody, look! I found a cocoon!

(June, Quincy and Mickey rush over.)

June: Wow, neat!

(The magnifying glass takes a look at the cocoon in close-up.)

Quincy: Mickey, is a cocoon an animal home?

Mickey: It sure is, Quincy, it's a house a caterpillar makes.

Leo: I wonder what else has a home up here?

Annie: (seeing a spiderweb) Look here, I found another animal house! Look!

(The gang see the spider web in marvel.)

June: (angrily) EEEW, I don't like spiders! They're creepy!

Mickey: But spiders are very helpful, June. They eat flies and other pesky insects that bother people.

Quincy: I wonder if the rain ever knocks the spider off his web?

Annie: Or if he gets washed down the water spout?

(The music for "Itsy Bitsy Spider" starts.)

Gang: The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout

Down came the rain and washed the spider out

Out came the sun and dried up all the rain

And the itsy bitty spider went out the spout again

The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout

Down came the rain and washed the spider out

Out came the sun and dried up all the rain

And the itsy bitty spider went out the spout again

(The music ends.)

Leo: It would be neat if we could go to the woods and look for more animal homes.

Mickey: Well, we could take a trip to the woods and lots of other fun places with the Adventure Screen! (The Little Einsteins talk excitedly.) Let's go. (The gang leave the treehouse while taking their backpacks.) I love the Adventure Screen. It has all sorts of places.

(Scene transitions to the classroom.)

Mickey: Is everybody ready for our animal homes adventure? (Leo, June and Annie agree.) Okay then, here we g... (feeling confused) Uh, wait a minute, um... (counting the kids) 1, 2, 3. Where's Quincy?

Quincy: (watching the egg while feeling worried) Come on, little egg.

Mickey: (off-screen) Oh Quincy, come on!

Quincy: Coming! (leaving the Science Center)

Mickey: Okay.

(Quincy arrives and sits down next to Leo.)

Mickey: Okay then, here we go!

(The Adventure Screen magically turns on and we see a beaver building his home with branches.)

Mickey: Some animals like beavers work very hard to build their homes. They use their big teeth to cut down trees and branches. This beaver is taking branches to help build his home. His home has certainly got big, hasn't it? He works very hard all day long going back and forth building his home one branch at a time. (We see prairie dogs and their holes.) Many animals make homes by digging holes in the ground, like these prairie dogs. It's a whole family. They are playing, aren't they? Ooh, look out! Oh boy. (We see a mole digging through tunnels.) And even this little animal called a mole who likes to dig tunnels. (We see a bear holding a fish in his mouth.) Other animals, like bears, make their homes in caves. Oh, he's having fish for dinner. (We see bats flying around in their caves.) Bats like to live in caves, too. Ooh, look how many. (We see the fox family.) And some animals have homes in and around trees, like this fox. Hello, baby fox. Ooh, I think she sees something. (We see a monkey.) And even this animal! (The monkey swings her home in the trees.) you see, animals live in many different places, but each one's home is just right for them. (turns off the Adventure Screen.)

Leo: It would be fun to swing to the trees like those monkeys.

(The camera zooms in to June's locket.)

Quincy: I like the beavers. They have really sharp teeth.

(The locket wiggles and June's backpack falls onto the floor. A weird high-pitched voice laughs.)

June: (hearing a high-pitched laugh) Hey, what was that?!? (turns and looks at her backpack) That's funny, my backpack fell over. (picks up her backpack and takes a look while Leo, Annie and Quincy watch.) Oh no, my locket's missing! My mom said to be extra careful so I put it in my pack, right in this pocket! That's my favorite locket!

Mickey: Aw, that's too bad, June!

Leo: (sneezing on June's backpack while covering his mouth) AH-CHOO! AH-CHOO!

Mickey: Gesundheit, Leo.

Leo: Thank you, Mickey. (taking a look around) What does "Gesundheit" mean?

Mickey: It's a German saying. It means "I wish you good health".

Annie: Are you getting a cold, Leo?

Leo: No, there's only one thing that makes me sneeze like that. Animal hair; I'm allergic to it.

June: Animal hair? There couldn't be any animal hair in here.

Leo: (covering his mouth) Well, there's something, something... (sneezing really loud) ...making me sneeze.

Mickey: Oh, thank you for covering your mouth when you sneeze, Leo.

June: That's using your head, Leo.

Leo: I can do lots of things with my head.

(singing while the music starts) I like my head, how about you?

It lets me know I'm alive

Gang: How many things can you do with your head?

Leo: I can surely do at least five

Oh, I can laugh

Others: Ha, ha

Leo: Cry

Others: Boo-hoo

Leo: I can listen, I can blink, I can sneeze

Others: Ah-choo!

Leo: All of these things I can do with my head

I can do 'em, how about you?

Mickey: Count to ten. Say 'em again.

Gang: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.

Leo: Oh, I can laugh

Others: Ha, ha

Leo: Cry

Others: Boo-hoo

Leo: I can listen, I can blink, I can sneeze

Others: Ah-choo!

Leo: All of these things I can do with my head

I can do 'em, how about you?

(The gang turn their heads around.)

Mickey: Whoop, whoop, whoa!

Gang: I like my head, how about you?

It lets me know I'm alive

How many things can you do with your head?

I can surely do at least five

Leo: Oh, I can laugh

Others: Ha, ha

Leo: Cry

Others: Boo-hoo

Leo: I can listen, I can blink, I can sneeze

Others: Ah-choo!

Leo: All of these things I can do with my head

I can do 'em, how about you?

Gang: Count to 10. Say 'em again.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.

Leo: Oh, I can laugh

Others: Ha, ha

Leo: Cry

Others: Boo-hoo

Leo: I can listen, I can blink, I can sneeze

Others: Ah-choo!

Gang: All of these things I can do with my head

I can do 'em, how about you?

(turn their heads around while the music ends.)

Mickey: Whoop, whoop, whoa!

Quincy: I think we should all use our heads and help June find her locket.

Mickey: Good thinking, Quincy! Where should we look first?

June: I'm not sure. I guess we should start right here in the classroom.

Mickey: OK then! Let's spread out, cover every inch of this room, look in every looking crating! (spinning around) WHOOOOOOOOOOOOA! Whoop!

(The gang begins looking for June's locket. Mickey looks at the Art Center. Quincy looks at the Block Center and sees Mickey while shrugging. Mickey and Quincy leave together. At the Music Center, June looks under the rhythm instruments and she crouches up. She and Annie open up the piano and look inside but all they can see is empty. They shake their heads and close the piano lid. At the Science Center, Leo looks in the cabinets. He stands up and looks at Quincy's egg and looks under the bird's nest and a basket of starfishes. He also looks at the ant farm.)

Leo: (to himself) Nothing here. (to the others) Hey everybody, look! I found another animal home, the ant farm!

(Mickey, Quincy, June and Annie gather around.)

Mickey: Oh, you're right, Leo! When they're outside, the ants dig tunnels like this under the grounds to make their homes.

June: They really have to work hard, don't they?

Mickey: They sure do.

(While the gang looks at the ant farm, the camera looks at a rack of various necklaces. One of them, the gold necklace, falls off the laugh while a high-pitched voice laughs again.)

Annie: Where should we look now?

Quincy: I think we've looked just about everywhere.

Leo: (pointing after putting the ant farm down) How about over there in the Pretend Center?

June: Good idea, let's go!

Mickey: OK!

(The gang enters the Pretend Center and look for June's locket. Leo looks but sneezes again.)

Mickey: What is it, Leo? More animal hair?

Leo: I think so.

(Leo and Quincy continue looking. Annie also looks and then stares at the necklace rack.)

Annie: (to the others) Uh-oh, I think something else is missing! A necklace! I hung it up here just before we went outside!

Quincy: Do you think an animal is taking things from the classroom?

June: But why?

Leo: And what kind of animal?

Mickey: I know one thing. It must be a small animal since none of us had seen it.

June: Whatever it is doesn't seem to be in here now.

Annie: Your locket doesn't seem to be here, either.

Leo: Maybe you lost it on the playground. Why don't we go look out there?

June: OK, let's go.

Mickey: OK!

(The gang leave the classroom. Later in the playground, the Little Einsteins find June's locket. Leo and Annie look on the ground while Quincy and June look on the treehouse entrance. Leo stands up and sees something buzzing.)

Annie: What is it?!?

Leo: It's a bee!

June: Two bees! I just wish these bees would find another place to buzz.

Quincy: Maybe they're looking for a place to build a beehive.

Leo: I just hope they don't build their home in the schoolyard.

(The music for "Baby Bumblebee" starts.)

Little Einsteins: (singing) I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee

Won't my mommy be so proud of me?

I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee

Leo: OUCH, you stung me! (rubbing his hands)

Little Einsteins: (singing while walking around in a circle) I'm gonna swat the baby bumblebee

Won't my mommy be so proud of me?

I'm gonna swat the baby bumblebee!

Annie: OUCH, you got me! (rubbing her hands)

Little Einsteins: (singing while running around) I'm running from the baby bumblebee

I won't get stung, just stay away from me

I'm running from the baby bumblebee

Mickey: (arriving while capturing Leo) Gotcha, you can't get away from me! (laughs)

Leo: You surprised me, Mickey!

Mickey: Oh good! Did you find June's locket?

Leo: No, but we haven't looked everywhere yet.

Annie: Let's get in line and walk from one side of the playground to the other. That way we won't miss anything.

Mickey: Good idea, Annie! OK, line up, everybody. (The Little Einsteins line up.) Now forward march. (The gang marches together.)

(Later in the classroom, Quincy watches the egg in the Science Center again. Leo arrives outside at the window.)

Leo: Hey Quincy, what are you doing?

Quincy: I'm watching the egg.

Leo: I know, but it's just sitting there.

Quincy: Our teacher said that it might hatch very soon, maybe even today, and I want to be here when it happens.

Leo: That would be kind of neat but we still need your help outside. Would you come out for just a little while?

Quincy: OK, but first, let me turn the egg. (opens the lid up)

Leo: How come?

Quincy: (holds the egg) You have to turn the egg everyday so that one side of it doesn't get too warm. (turns the egg to another side and then puts it back in its nest) There you go. (closes the lid) Don't hatch yet. I'll be right back.

Leo: C'mon, let's go.

(Leo and Quincy leave together. Back at the playground, Mickey, June and Annie see a turtle.)

June: (to the boys) Come here, guys, look what we found!

Leo: A turtle!

Mickey: Uh-huh!

(The music for "The Little Turtle" starts.)

Little Einsteins: There was a little turtle. He lived in a box.

He swam in the puddle, he climbed on the rocks.

He snapped at a mosquito, he snapped at a flea.

He snapped at a minnow and he snapped at me.

Mickey: Snap, snap, snap.

Little Einsteins: He caught the mosquito, he caught the flea.

He caught the minnow but he didn’t catch me.

(The music ends.)

Annie: We found all kinds of animal homes but we still haven’t found June's locket.

June: Thanks for helping, everyone.

Mickey: Oh, we're happy to do it, June. We know you'd do it for us. We'll just have to keep looking.

Quincy: I'll go look over by the stairs! (leaves)

(At the treehouse entrance, Quincy looks over while a silver ball lands on the ground. He picks up the ball and looks at it and the high-pitched voice laughs mischievously while running up a tree with its long tail. Quincy climbs up the treehouse stairs to take a look. Later at the treehouse, Quincy sees a mama bird and her babies. Mickey, Leo, June and Annie arrive and meet him.)

Leo: Oh, there you are, Quincy!

Mickey: We wonder what happened to you?

Quincy: I thought I saw a squirrel run up a tree, so I came up here to take a look, and I saw that mama bird and her babies again.

Mickey: Oh, I see!

Quincy: (pointing) She points back and forth and back and forth so she can bring food to her babies. It must be hard work being a mama bird.

Mickey: Mommies work hard to take care of there babies and so do daddies. (sings while the music starts)

Moms and Dads all over the Earth

Care for their kids from the very first birthday

Moms and dads all over the Earth

They work all day, then it's time to play

Hooray for moms and dads!

Little Einsteins: Bears and buffaloes, beavers and bats

Cranes and caribous, camels and cats

Animal children are loved like you

Their moms and dads take care of them, too

Gang: Moms and Dads all over the Earth

Care for their kids from the very first birthday

Moms and dads all over the Earth

They work all day, then it's time to play

Hooray for moms and dads!

Little Einsteins: Horses, hummingbirds, camels and hogs

Dolphins, dinosaurs, donkeys and dogs

Animal children are loved like you

Their moms and dads take care of them, too

Mickey: It's true.

Gang: Moms and Dads all over the Earth

Care for their kids from the very first birthday

Moms and dads all over the Earth

(We see the mama bird and her babies.)

They work all day, then it's time to play

Hooray for moms and dads!

Hooray for moms and dads!

Quincy: Uh-oh, that reminds me! I better go down and check on the egg. (leaves the treehouse while Annie, June, Leo and Mickey say goodbye to him.)

Mickey: Well, we've looked nearly everywhere and we still haven't found the locket.

June: But my locket and the necklace had to go somewhere.

Leo: I think an animal took them.

June: But we haven't even seen an animal that can carry something like a locket.

Mickey: I know one animal that it might be! See if you can guess who it is.

(The music for "Rickey Raccoon" starts.)

Mickey: (singing) Out in the forest, up in a tree

There's a furry little animal looking at me

With rings on his tail and a mask on his face

Can anybody guess his name?

Annie, June and Leo: Rickey Raccoon

Mickey: That's right.

Gang: Rick, Rick, Rick, Rickey

Rickey Raccoon

Rick, Rick, Rick, Ricky

Rickey Raccoon

Mickey: He likes to sleep in the day and play all night

And he doesn't make a sound, well that's alright

He's got a cute little nose and a funny looking smile

Does anybody know his name?

Annie, June and Leo: Rickey Raccoon

Mickey: That's right.

Gang: Rick, Rick, Rick, Rickey

Rickey Raccoon

Rick, Rick, Rick, Rickey

Rickey Raccoon

Mickey: Yep, you've got it.

Out in the forest, up in a tree

There's a furry little animal looking at me

With rings on his tail and a mask on his face

Can anybody guess his name?

Annie, June and Leo: Rickey Raccoon

Mickey: That's right.

Gang: Rick, Rick, Rick, Rickey

Rickey Raccoon

Rick, Rick, Rick, Rickey

Rickey Raccoon

(The music ends.)

Leo: I just thought of something! There's one place we haven't looked yet. In the treehouse!

Mickey: That's right, Leo! Come on everybody, let's go look!

(The gang enters the the treehouse. Later, Mickey and Annie are on the bottom looking while June and Leo are looking on the top.)

Leo: (seeing a cardboard box) I wonder? (sneezing at the box) AH-CHOO, AH-CHOO! (turns to the others) I think there's some kind of animal over here (turns back to the box) because I keep, keep... AH-CHOO! ...sneezing.

(The box turns over.)

June: What was that?!?

Mickey: I think it was a little squirrel.

Leo: Look!

(June, Annie and Mickey rush over.)

June: My locket and the necklace! (picks up her locket and the necklace and looks at them sternly) Who put them in there?

(The gang hears angry chatter and walks to the window.)

Mickey: Oh look!

(A fat squirrel stands on the treehouse porch while making angry gestures.)

Annie: What's wrong with that squirrel? He seems to be angry about something.

Mickey: He's angry because his house turned over.

Leo: You mean this box is a squirrel's home?

Mickey: That's right, Leo, he knot a little hole in the back to get in and out. (pointing to the hole) Look!

Leo: Oh, I see!

June: But why did he take my locket and these other things?

Mickey: Squirrels like shiny things! He just thought it was pretty and wanted to take it home.

Leo: I think we should put the box outside on the porch.

Annie: Why?

Leo: Because squirrels are wild animals and they belong outside. And besides,... (sneezing while covering his mouth) AH-CHOO! ...I'll never stop sneezing if it stays in here.

June: Leo's right. An animal home should be in a place where people won't bother it or touch it.

Mickey: After all, we wouldn't want animals bothering our homes. Just imagine, would you like if a bull charged into your bedroom?

Annie, Leo and June: No!

Mickey: Or a polar bear plopped down on your porch?

Annie, Leo and June: No!

Mickey: Or a gorilla clumped through your garden?

Annie, Leo and June: NO!

Mickey: Well then, if you were an animal, you wouldn't like people touching or messing up your house, either!

Annie, Leo and June: No!

(We hear the treehouse phone ringing.)

Mickey: Oh, I wonder who it is?

(June walks over to the phone and picks it up.)

June: (on the phone) Hello?

Quincy: (on the phone down on the playground) June, the chick has just hatched from the egg! Come down and see it!

June: Oh neat, we'll be right there!

(June and Quincy hang the phone up together and Quincy runs back in the classroom.)

June: (to the others) The egg's just hatched, it's a baby chick!

Mickey: Oh boy, this is so exciting! I can't wait to see it!

(The gang leaves the treehouse. Back at the classroom, Quincy holds a baby chick in the box. The baby chick chirps.)

Annie: Is it a boy or a girl chick?

Quincy: I don't know.

Annie: I think it's a girl.

June: She sure is loud.

Quincy: She's happy to be out of her egg.

Mickey: And she's happy to see all your smiling faces.

Quincy: See, little chick? You have lots of friends already.

Leo: And now she'll have a new home with you, Quincy.

Quincy: I'm going to take good care of her and give her lots of love.

Mickey: Oh, it's nice to feel loved and cared for her.

(The music for "I Love You" starts.)

Gang: (singing) I love you, you love me

We're a happy family

With a great big hug and a kiss from me to you

Won't you say you love me, too?

(The baby chick chirps along.)

Mickey: Oh, she's singing with us.

Gang: I love you, you love me

We're best friends like friends should be

With a great big hug and a kiss from me to you

Won't you say you love me, too?

(The music ends.)

June: Thanks for helping me find my locket, everyone. I really appreciate it.

Mickey: You're welcome, June. It always makes me feel good when I can do something to help a friend.

Leo: And if we hadn't much for your locket, we would have never found all the different places where animals build their homes.

Quincy: I better be going now. I want to show my chick her new home.

Annie: It's time for me to go, too. Bye, Mickey.

Leo, June and Quincy: Bye, Mickey, bye.

Mickey: Bye-bye, so long. Take care now. Love you.

(The Little Einsteins leave the classroom. Leo, June and Annie take their backpacks while Quincy walks home with his baby girl chick in the box. We see the ant farm, then zoom out and see the Mickey doll winking. After this episode, we see a girl and the baby lamb at the petting farm.)

Girl: Hey everybody, it's time for Mickey Says.

(The baby lamb baas. We see Mickey walking and the Mickey Says logo.)

Mickey: Hello again to all my friends. I'm glad you came to play. Our fun and learning never ends. Here's what we did today.

(The Mickey Says logo transitions.)

Mickey: (picture of the bird family) I'm glad animals have homes where they can be safe. (picture of Leo looking at the cocoon with a magnifying glass) But animal homes are very different from ours. (picture of Annie and Quincy looking at the spiderweb) Spiders spin webs with such pretty shapes. (picture of a beaver building his home with sticks) Beavers use sticks to build their homes in the water. (picture of prairie dogs) Prairie dogs love to play by the holes they make in the ground. (picture of a monkey) And who's that swinging near her home in the trees? That's right, it's a monkey! (picture of a turtle) A turtle can carry its home on its back and it can hide in its shell. (picture of Leo looking at the bees while Annie and Quincy look on the treehouse entrance) It sure was fun pretending to catch bees. Buzz! (picture of Leo rubbing his hands) But remember to stay away from real bees. They can sting you. OUCH! (picture of June looking at her backpack while Leo watches) June was afraid she lost her locket. (picture of a squirrel) But the squirrel took it! He wanted something shiny to put in his cardboard box house. (Picture of June) June was glad everyone had help her look for her lost locket. (Picture of Annie, Quincy, his baby girl chick and June) When friends help, that's another way we know they love us. (Mickey appears on screen.) And remember, I love you.

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