Little Bear's Greatest Morals is a US 2-DVD pack featuring four Season 1 episodes, four Season 2 episodes, four Season 3 episodes, four Season 4 episodes and four Season 5 episodes, teaching the importance of life lessons and morals.
- Exploring (Lesson: You never know what I'll find when exploring)
- Little Bear's Shadow (Lesson: Your shadow only appears when there's light)
- The Goblin Story (Moral: Always tell the truth when you've done something wrong)
- Bigger Little Bear (Moral: Be happy with your height)
- Cat's Shortcut (Lesson: Short cuts aren't always the best)
- Little Bear and the Cupcakes (Moral: Always tell the truth when you've made a mistake)
- Lucy Needs a Friend (Moral: It's usually good to find a friend)
- School for Otters (Lesson: Work comes before play)
- The Campfire Tale (Lesson: You can't own or take the moon)
- Little Bear's Sweet Tooth (Lesson: Don't eat too much sweets)
- Under the Covers (Moral: Bed bugs don't really exist)
- Caterpillars (Lesson: Caterpillars turn into butterflies)
- I'll Be You, You'll Be Me (Moral: It's better to be yourself)
- The April Fool (Moral: Playing jokes isn't always good)
- Baby Deer (Lesson: Deer and other animals have their own home)
- Mother's Day (Moral: Always care for your mother)
- Pied Piper Little Bear (Lesson: There's always more than one way to solve a problem)
- Little Bear's Favourite Tree (Lesson: Care about nature)
- Little Little Bear (Moral: Don't mimic others)
- Where Are Little Bear's Crayons? (Lesson: Keep your belongings more organized)
- Quiz about the episodes
- The episodes for this release were chosen in a poll where fans of Little Bear could vote for the episodes they thought were suitable and/or worthy for the release.
- There are four episodes from each of the five seasons on this release. This was most likely done to even things up.
- This release wasn't nearly as popular as Franklin's Greatest Morals because it didn't have nearly as many moral-based episodes as the other. Only nine (one less than half the winning episodes) are actually moral-based.