What's the Big Idea?


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What Is Big?

1. What's the Big Idea?: What Is Big?

Hugo explores things that are big, from elephants to trees, to cities and planets.

Why Do We Go to School?

2. What's the Big Idea?: Why Do We Go to School?

School is the place where Hugo can learn all kinds of things, like counting and drawing.

What Is a Friend?

3. What's the Big Idea?: What Is a Friend?

Hugo finds out what friends are and even goes to the moon to find a friend of his own.

Am I Kind?

4. What's the Big Idea?: Am I Kind?

Lily and Felix explain to Hugo all the different ways to be kind.

Why Do I Play?

5. What's the Big Idea?: Why Do I Play?

Hugo finds out what play is and why kids love to do it.

What Does It Mean to be Fair?

6. What's the Big Idea?: What Does It Mean to be Fair?

Hugo gives the same size cupcakes to his huge yeti friend and a tiny ant.

What is Jealousy?

7. What's the Big Idea?: What is Jealousy?

Hugo can't help but feel jealous when he is left out of a group of friends.

What is a Hero?

8. What's the Big Idea?: What is a Hero?

Hugo learns that heroes are not just ones with superpowers.

What Does it Mean to Learn Something?

9. What's the Big Idea?: What Does it Mean to Learn Something?

Hugo discovers that sometimes you have to make lots of mistakes to learn something.

What is Nature?

10. What's the Big Idea?: What is Nature?

Hugo discovers that tiny flowers and huge elephants are part of nature.

Can Anything Be Art?

11. What's the Big Idea?: Can Anything Be Art?

Hugo explores what art is and learns that art can make you feel all kind of feelings!

What Makes Me Human?

12. What's the Big Idea?: What Makes Me Human?

Hugo thinks he's human because he's got legs, ears, eyes, nose and mouth.

What Is Work?

13. What's the Big Idea?: What Is Work?

Felix and Lily tell Hugo about all different types of work.

Am I Always Thinking?

14. What's the Big Idea?: Am I Always Thinking?

Hugo always has something to think about, but is there ever a time when he's not thinking?

Is Everybody Different?

15. What's the Big Idea?: Is Everybody Different?

Hugo imagines a perfect world where every kid looks, thinks and acts exactly like him.

Sad

16. What's the Big Idea?: Sad

Hugo's friend the yeti is so sad that he's crying his eyes out. Hugo doesn't know why.

Memory

17. What's the Big Idea?: Memory

Hugo learns that a brain is like a computer which can store lots of different thoughts.

Knowledge

18. What's the Big Idea?: Knowledge

When he wonders if elephants can fly, Hugo holds his very own experiment to find out.

Decisions

19. What's the Big Idea?: Decisions

What's right? What's wrong? 2+2=4 is right, but is Hugo a little boy or a big boy?

Advice

20. What's the Big Idea?: Advice

Hugo learns that not all advice is good when he climbs a mountain without a jacket on.

Home

21. What's the Big Idea?: Home

Felix and Lily help calm Hugo's fears when he is worried about moving to a new home.

Anger

22. What's the Big Idea?: Anger

Hugo feels all hot and bothered when a monkey steals his ice cream. Is this anger?

Beautiful

23. What's the Big Idea?: Beautiful

Hugo explores things that are beautiful, from flowers and rainbows to his cool new bike.

Truth

24. What's the Big Idea?: Truth

Is Oscar right that a giant dinosaur still walks the earth? Hugo tries to find the truth.

Pets

25. What's the Big Idea?: Pets

Hugo learns there are good pets - like dogs - and pets that are too big - like elephants!

Sharing

26. What's the Big Idea?: Sharing

Felix and Lily show Hugo that it can be fun to share things.

Others

27. What's the Big Idea?: Others

Hugo wants his friends to like him for his fancy tricks.

Rules

28. What's the Big Idea?: Rules

Hugo finds that rules are everywhere, telling you what to do and what not to do.

Infinity

29. What's the Big Idea?: Infinity

Hugo ventures out into space to find out how big infinity really is.

Mind

30. What's the Big Idea?: Mind

Hugo always has something on his mind, but what is a mind and where is it?

Clever

31. What's the Big Idea?: Clever

Hugo knows lots of people who are clever, like his parents and his friend the scientist.

Patience

32. What's the Big Idea?: Patience

Some things can take a long time, which means Hugo has to be really patient!

Senses

33. What's the Big Idea?: Senses

Hugo explores all his senses, from hearing and smelling to tasting, touching and seeing.

Music

34. What's the Big Idea?: Music

Felix and Lily explain music to Hugo and how people create it using an instrument.

Obedience

35. What's the Big Idea?: Obedience

Someone is always telling Hugo what to do, but most of the time it's for his own good.

Grown Ups

36. What's the Big Idea?: Grown Ups

Every kid becomes a grown up, even Hugo. But can grown-ups act like kids sometimes too?

Growing Up

37. What's the Big Idea?: Growing Up

Hugo is growing taller all the time. Hugo wonders if people ever stop growing up.

Fear

38. What's the Big Idea?: Fear

Oscar is afraid of the naughty monkey and Hugo is afraid of the thunder.

Dreams

39. What's the Big Idea?: Dreams

When Hugo is sleeping, he dreams about flying with dragons and racing with cheetahs.

Allowed

40. What's the Big Idea?: Allowed

Hugo can't wait to grow up so he can do whatever he wants!

Strength

41. What's the Big Idea?: Strength

Hugo has a contest of strength with an elephant and an tiny ant.

Imagination

42. What's the Big Idea?: Imagination

Hugo has a great imagination, which helps him conjure up lots of fun and wild games.

Fight

43. What's the Big Idea?: Fight

Hugo finds it scary when he sees some big robots fighting.

Choice

44. What's the Big Idea?: Choice

Hugo finds that choosing some things is hard, and sometimes he has no choice at all!

Family

45. What's the Big Idea?: Family

Hugo has a big family: he has two sisters, a dad, a mum, a granny, uncles, cousins...

Love

46. What's the Big Idea?: Love

Hugo learns about love by looking at the people around him and how they make him feel.

Desire

47. What's the Big Idea?: Desire

Felix and Lily help Hugo understand the things Hugo needs and the things he wants.

Compromise

48. What's the Big Idea?: Compromise

Hugo and his friends learn to compromise and go on a fun bumper car ride all together.

Preference

49. What's the Big Idea?: Preference

Hugo wonders if the world would be even better if it was only made up of things he likes.

Change

50. What's the Big Idea?: Change

Lots of things change as they grow up, but Hugo likes some things just the way they are!

Old

51. What's the Big Idea?: Old

Hugo wonders how many birthdays it is until you get old.

Brave

52. What's the Big Idea?: Brave

Sometimes in life you have to be brave: like when Hugo goes to the doctor.