´╗┐The name of the show appears in colourful letters on an animated sky. It reads "TVO Kids Power hour of learning. Teacher edition."

The announcer says WELCOME TO
TVOKIDS
POWER HOUR OF LEARNING.
TODAY'S PRIMARY LESSON:
BAKE A SILENT E-CAKE.

The caption changes to "Today's primary lesson: Bale a silent E Cake."

The caption changes to "Primary 1 to 3. Teacher Joel."

Teacher Joel is in his twenties, with short wavy black hair and a beard. He wears a white T-shirt underneath a denim shirt.

He waves at the camera and says HI, TVOKIDS!
AND WELCOME BACK TO
ANOTHER EPISODE
OF
POWER HOUR OF LEARNING!
MY NAME IS TEACHER JOEL,
AND I'M GOING TO BE HERE WITH
YOU FOR THE NEXT HOUR,
HANGING OUT, CHECKING OUT SOME
AMAZING TVOKIDS SHOWS,
AND POPPING UP IN BETWEEN TO
TEACH YOU SOME LESSONS
THAT CONNECT DIRECTLY TO WHAT
YOU SEE IN THOSE EPISODES.
I'M ALSO GOING TO LEAVE YOU
WITH SOME IDEAS
FOR MORE LEARNING AT HOME,
MAYBE LATER IN THE DAY OR
LATER IN THE WEEK,
I HOPE WE HAVE A LOT OF FUN
TOGETHER,
AND I HOPE YOU'RE READY FOR SOME
AWESOME LEARNING.
NOW BEFORE WE GET STARTED,
I NEED TO MAKE SURE
THAT YOU'RE READY TO GO.
SO MAKE SURE YOU'RE SITTING
IN A PLACE
THAT'S NICE AND COMFORTABLE,
SOMETHING THAT WORKS
FOR YOUR LEARNING.
MAKE SURE YOU CAN SEE ME
NICE AND CLEAR ON YOUR SCREEN,
AND HEAR ME NICE AND CLEAR
IN YOUR EARS.
NOW FOR TODAY'S LEARNING, YOU
ARE GOING TO NEED SOME PAPER,
A NOTEBOOK, SOMETHING YOU
CAN WRITE ON,
AND A PEN, PENCIL,
EVEN A MARKER.
SOMETHING YOU CAN WRITE WITH.
YOU MIGHT WANT TO HAVE SOME
WATER AND A SNACK NEARBY
TO FUEL YOUR BODY AND YOUR BRAIN
FOR TODAY'S AWESOME LEARNING.
ALL RIGHT, ARE WE READY TO GO?
NOW THE VERY COOL THING ABOUT
POWER HOUR OF LEARNING
IS WE ARE ALL LEARNING AT HOME.
I'M COMING TO YOU TODAY
FROM MY HOME,
AND YOU ARE SITTING
IN YOUR HOME.
AND MAYBE FOR YOU, THERE'S SOME
PARTS OF LEARNING AT HOME
THAT FEEL A BIT TRICKY.
AND THAT'S TOTALLY OKAY.
IN FACT, THERE'S SOME PARTS
ABOUT LEARNING AT HOME
THAT FEEL TRICKY FOR ME.
BUT TODAY, I WANT YOU TO THINK
ABOUT THE PARTS
OF LEARNING AT HOME
THAT YOU LOVE.
BECAUSE WHEN WE'RE AT SCHOOL,
SOME THINGS ARE A LITTLE
DIFFERENT.
WHEN WE'RE AT HOME, SOME THINGS
ARE A LITTLE DIFFERENT.
SO WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT BEING
AT HOME RIGHT NOW?
MAYBE IT'S THAT YOU GET TO SEE
YOUR BROTHER OR YOU SISTER,
OR YOUR MOM, YOUR DAD,
YOUR STEPDAD, YOUR STEPMOM,
UNCLE, AUNT, MAYBE EVEN GRANDMA
AND GRANDPA.
THAT'S A PRETTY SPECIAL PART
ABOUT BEING AT HOME.
MAYBE YOU LIKE THAT YOU'VE GOT
YOUR TOYS THERE TO PLAY WITH
WHEN YOU'RE READY FOR THAT,
YOU'VE GOT SOME BOOKS
YOU CAN LOOK AT AT HOME.
THERE'S LOTS OF THINGS WE MIGHT
LIKE ABOUT BEING AT HOME.
AND FOR TODAY'S LEARNING,
WE'RE ACTUALLY GOING TO START
WITH THAT SENTENCE STARTER.
LET'S READ THE START OF THE
SENTENCE TOGETHER.
"AT HOME,
"I LIKE TO..."
YOU CAN SEE THERE
I LEFT A BLANK,
AND THAT'S BECAUSE I WANT YOU
TO FINISH THIS SENTENCE.
MAYBE YOU CAN THINK OF ONE THING
YOU LIKE TO DO AT HOME.
OR YOU MIGHT EVEN THINK
OF TWO THINGS
YOU LIKE TO DO AT HOME.
I WONDER IF YOU CAN THINK
OF THREE,
OR FOUR OR FIVE.
SO ON YOUR PAPER NOW,
LET'S GET THIS SENTENCE STARTER
COPIED DOWN.
"AT HOME, I LIKE TO..."
NOW, FOR SOME INSPIRATION,
WE ARE GOING TO CHECK OUT AN
EPISODE OF
MY HOME, MY LIFE,
AND WE ARE GOING TO MEET A KID
NAMED PHOENIX.
AND WE ARE GOING TO LEARN
ALL ABOUT THINGS
THAT THEY LOVE TO DO
AT THEIR HOME.
IT MIGHT GIVE YOU SOME IDEAS TO
FINISH YOUR SENTENCE.
I'LL SEE YOU IN A BIT.

In animation, a kid clicks on an icon on her tablet.

The icon reads "My home, my life!"

Phoenix is in his early teens, with short slightly wavy brown hair and wears pink Bermuda shorts and a printed black and white shirt.

Phoenix waves and says HI, MY NAME IS PHOENIX,
I'M 13 YEARS OLD,
AND THIS IS MY HOME,
AND THIS IS MY FAMILY.
THAT'S MY MOM.

Mom waves and says HEY!

Phoenix says MY STEPDAD.

Stepdad says HELLO.

Phoenix says MY BROTHER.

Brother says HI!

Phoenix says AND OUR DOG.
(SIMULATED BARKING)
AND MY GRANDFATHER.

Grandpa says HIYA!

Phoenix says IF YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE,
COME ON INSIDE.

A girl says EVERYONE IS DIFFERENT.
EVERYONE BELONGS.
A FAMILY IS A FAMILY,
NO MATTER WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE.

The name of the show reads "My home, my life!"

A caption reads "Phoenix. My small town."

The caption changes to "Our house."

Phoenix says WELCOME TO MY HOME.
WE LIVE IN A TOWNHOUSE.
AND THE TOWNHOUSE LOOKS LIKE
EVERYONE ELSE'S,
BUT THE INSIDE IS WHAT MAKES US
COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.
SO THIS IS THE DINING ROOM.
THIS IS MY STEPDAD AND MY
GRANDFATHER PLAYING CRIBBAGE.
WHO'S WINNING?

The caption changes to "My step dad: Gilbert."

Gilbert is in his late forties, with short brown hair and a moustache. He wears a white T-shirt.

Gilbert says YOUR GRANDDAD.

Phoenix says ARE YOU CHEATING?

The caption changes to "My grandpa."

Grandpa is in his sixties, with short thinning white hair and wears a gray T-shirt with a blue print on the front.

He says I'M NOT CHEATING!

Phoenix says I MET MY STEPDAD WHEN I WAS
IN GRADE THREE,
SO HE'S BEEN WITH US
FOR QUITE AWHILE.
GILBERT IS VERY FUN, AND FUNNY,
AND I REALLY LIKE HIM.

Grandpa says YOU TALKING TO ME?
ONE DAY, I'LL SHOW YOU
HOW TO PLAY.

Phoenix says I THINK IT'S VERY SPECIAL TO
LIVE WITH MY GRANDFATHER
BECAUSE NOT A LOT OF KIDS
CAN SEE THEIR GRANDFATHERS
THAT OFTEN.
THESE ARE MY GUINEA PIGS.
MY PETS ARE DIVA,
EMERY, REGINA GEORGE,
AND GRETCHEN WEINERS.

Emery is a black and white cat.

Phoenix says THE BEST THING ABOUT HAVING SO
MANY PETS IS JUST,
THEY ALL BRING DIFFERENT
PERSONALITIES TO THE HOUSE.
SO THIS IS REGINA GEORGE.
SHE BULLIES HER SISTER.
AND THIS IS GRETCHEN WEINERS.
THEY JUST EAT, DRINK,
DO THEIR BUSINESS.
THIS IS THE LIVING ROOM.
HEY, GUYS.
SO THIS IS MY BROTHER, BRANDON,
AND THAT'S MY MOM.

Brandon is in his early twenties, with short wavy brown hair and wears black trousers and a brown T-shirt.

Mom is in her forties, with short brown hair and wears black trousers, a black V-neck sweater and long pendant earrings.

Phoenix says MY RELATIONSHIP WITH MY MOM
IS VERY CLOSE,
I CAN TALK TO HER ABOUT
ANYTHING.
SHE ALSO CAN BE VERY FUN.
YOU CAN'T NOT LAUGH WITH HER.
BRANDON IS SEVEN YEARS
OLDER THAN ME.
HAVING A BROTHER THAT'S OLDER
THAN ME IS PRETTY HELPFUL,
BECAUSE HE LOOKS OUT FOR ME,
AND HE'S VERY NICE.
THIS IS MY DOG, DIVA.
SHE'S 14,
AND WE'VE HAVE HER FOR
12 YEARS.
I ALWAYS DRESS UP MY DOG,
AND I'VE DONE THAT
EVER SINCE I WAS LITTLE.
AND THAT TIES IN WITH MY LOVE
FOR FASHION.
SHE DOESN'T ENJOY ALL OF THEM.
MY FAVOURITE OUTFIT
THAT I'VE PUT ON DIVA
IS PROBABLY THE ONE FEATURING
A GIANT PINK TUTU.
WHEN SHE WEARS THAT,
SHE LOOKS LIKE A BALLERINA.

Fast clips show images of Diva in different outfits at a photoshoot.

Phoenix says ART IS VERY IMPORTANT
IN MY FAMILY.
MAKING ART IS VERY OPEN, YOU CAN
DO WHATEVER YOU WANT WITH IT.
YOU CAN LET YOUR MIND GO WILD.
MY MOM DOES PAINTING.
SHE REALLY ENJOYS IT.
THE ART THAT I DO IS MOSTLY
JUST DRAWING.
I DESIGN DRESSES AND CLOTHES.

Phoenix shows an abstract painting on a wall and says I DID THIS LAST YEAR.
I JUST TAPED CRAYONS TO THE TOP,
AND I BLOW-DRIED THEM
SO THEY MELTED.
YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO LEAVE
THE CRAYONS THERE,
BUT THEY FELL OFF.
AND I ALWAYS DO THIS
AT THE BOTTOM.
THIS IS THE PICTURE COLLAGE,
MY BROTHER WON FIRST PLACE
IN CANADA'S ART COMPETITION.
IT'S CALLED
"LIVING THE DREAM SINCE 1492."
AND THAT'S ME.
THE MAIN SUBJECT OF HIS
PHOTOGRAPHY IS USUALLY ME.
HE JUST THROWS ME IN CLOTHES.
USUALLY WHEN HE'S HERE,
HE DOES CLAY FIGURES WITH US.
DIFFERENT ANIMALS,
DIFFERENT PEOPLE.
AND HE MAKES WACKY THINGS.

Brandon says I THINK I'M GOING TO MAKE A
LITTLE CHICKEN.
YOU MAKING A LITTLE DUCK?

Phoenix says YEAH, A DUCK.

Brandon says LITTLE BABY DUCK.

Phoenix says THE ROOSTER
THAT MY BROTHER MADE,
I THINK WAS MEDIOCRE.
THERE WE GO, NOW HE'S COMPLETE.
(QUACKING)

(DRUMMING, CHANTING)

Phoenix and Brandon dance in full regalia on the back yard.

Phoenix says I AM OJIBWAY, FROM M'CHIGEENG
FIRST NATIONS,
AND THAT'S ON MANITOULIN ISLAND.
WE CELEBRATE OUR CULTURE
BY GOING TO DIFFERENT POW-WOWS,
GOING TO DIFFERENT CEREMONIES,
AND DANCING.
I PARTICIPATE IN POW-WOWS
AS A GRASS DANCER.
GRASS DANCING ORIGINATES FROM
THE PRAIRIES AND THE PLAINS,
BECAUSE BEFORE WARS,
BEFORE HUNTING OR ANYTHING,
YOU'D HAVE TO FLATTEN DOWN
THE GRASS.
MY BROTHER DANCES AS A WOODLAND,
SO YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO BE HUNTING
AND TRACKING.
I FEEL VERY EMPOWERED
WHEN I'M DANCING.

Phoenix now stands in the kitchen with his mom and says THIS IS MY MOM,
AND WE LOVE BAKING TOGETHER.
WE ARE BAKING
A CHERRY CHIP CAKE.
CAKE MIX, MM, CHERRY CHIP.
(LAUGHING)

Phoenix says CAKE...
OKAY, OKAY!
(LAUGHING)

Mom says MMM, CHERRY CHIP.
(LAUGHING)

Phoenix mixes the ingredients and says CRACK OPEN THE EGG AND MAKE SURE
THERE'S NO SHELLS.
OR ELSE YOUR CAKE WILL BE
CRUNCHY.
MILK.
TWO MINUTES.
THAT'S WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
WHEN IT'S ALL MIXED.

Mom says AND YOU NEED TO WEAR OVEN MITTS,
'CAUSE THE OVEN WILL BE HOT.

Phoenix takes the baked cake out of the oven and says STAB THE CAKE, TAKE IT OUT,
NOTHING SHOULD BE ON IT.

Mom says YOU DID A VERY GOOD JOB.

Phoenix brings the cake to the table and says THANK YOU, MOTHER, SO DID YOU.
(LAUGHING)

Phoenix says OKAY GUYS, IT'S ALL DONE.
COME EAT.

Mom says THAT'S A GOOD CAKE.

Grandpa says PHOENIX IS A GOOD COOK.
HE CAN COOK ANYTHING THAT COMES
IN A CAN WITH DIRECTIONS ON IT.
(LAUGHING)
(ALL LAUGHING)

The caption changes to "My town."

Phoenix says I LIVE IN A SMALL TOWN WHERE
THERE'S ONLY 3,000 PEOPLE.
AND THERE'S NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE
HERE MY AGE,
SO I HAVE TO DRIVE
ALL THE WAY TO THE CITY
TO MEET MY FRIENDS OR GO PLACES.
EVENTUALLY I WANT TO MOVE OUT
OF MY SMALL TOWN
AND GO TO A BIGGER CITY.
THAT'S WHERE I EVENTUALLY PLAN
TO SPEND MY LIFE.
I LOVE MY FAMILY BECAUSE OF
HOW CLOSE WE ARE.
AND WE ARE REALLY CLOSE BECAUSE
WE LIVE IN A REALLY SMALL HOUSE.
EVEN THOUGH
WE AREN'T A PERFECT FAMILY,
THANK YOU FOR LEARNING ABOUT
MY HOME AND MY LIFE,
AND THESE CRAZY PEOPLE.
BYE!

Grandpa says BYE!

Music plays as the end credits roll.

Phoenix laughs as he knocks over the bowl with the batter.

Mom says DID YOU JUST SPILL IT?

Phoenix says NO!

The show ends.

Teacher Joel says WELCOME BACK!
I HOPE THAT EPISODE GAVE YOU
SOME IDEAS
OF THINGS THAT YOU MIGHT LIKE
TO DO AT HOME.
IN FACT IT GAVE ME AN IDEA.
CHECK OUT HOW I FINISHED
MY SENTENCE.
AT HOME, I LIKE TO BAKE.
IN THAT CLIP,
WE SAW A LOT OF YUMMY BAKING.
AND I HAVE TO TELL YOU,
SINCE BEING AT HOME,
I'VE BEEN DOING A LOT OF BAKING.
IT'S NEW FOR ME,
BUT I'M GIVING IT A TRY,
AND I'M LEARNING LOTS.
NOW BAKING IS NOT ONLY A FUN
THING TO DO AT HOME,
BUT IT'S ALSO AMAZING LEARNING!
DID YOU KNOW THAT BAKING HAS
A LOT OF SCIENCE AND CHEMISTRY,
AS WE MIX ALL THOSE PARTS
TOGETHER?
IT ALSO HAS A LOT OF MATH,
AS WE THINK ABOUT MEASURING.
CUPS, HALF CUPS, QUARTER CUPS.
AND OF COURSE,
IT HAS A TON OF LANGUAGE.
WE NEED TO READ THOSE RECIPES
CAREFULLY,
AND FOLLOW THOSE STEPS.
SO FOR THAT REASON, WE'RE GOING
TO THINK ABOUT BAKING TODAY.
IT'S FUN, AT THE END YOU GET
A TASTY TREAT,
AND IT'S FILLED WITH LEARNING.
WHAT COULD BE BETTER?
NOW BEFORE WE TALK ABOUT BAKING,
I WANT YOU ACTUALLY TO LOOK
A LITTLE CLOSER AT THAT WORD.
BAKE.
I'VE WRITTEN IT ONE MORE TIME,
AND I'M GOING TO CHALLENGE YOU
THINK ABOUT WHAT YOU KNOW
ABOUT LETTER SOUNDS, OKAY?
WE KNOW THAT B GOES "BUH."
AND YOU MIGHT BE SAYING, WELL,
"A GOES 'AH, AH, AH,'
LIKE APPLE,"
"K GOES 'KUH,'
AND E CAN GO 'EH, EH'."
LIKE "ELEPHANT."
BUT LET'S THINK CAREFULLY
ABOUT THAT.
WHEN WE PUT THOSE SOUNDS
TOGETHER,
BUH-AH-KUH-EH.
HMM, THAT'S NOT EXACTLY HOW
WE READ THIS WORD.
WE READ THIS WORD "BAKE."
AND THIS IS A SPECIAL WORD
BECAUSE THAT E AT THE END,
IT'S NOT JUST AN ORDINARY E.
IT'S WHAT WE CALL A "SILENT E."
AND THE NAME "SILENT E."
IS GIVING YOU A CLUE
ABOUT HOW WE SOUND IT OUT.
IT'S SILENT, IT ACTUALLY DOESN'T
MAKE A SOUND.
PRETTY COOL!
THAT E DOES SOMETHING SPECIAL
TO THAT A,
THE OTHER VOWEL IN THE WORD.
AND I TOLD YOU BEFORE
THAT A CAN GO "AH, AH."
LIKE "APPLE."
WE CALL THAT A "SHORT."
VOWEL SOUND.
BUT A DOESN'T ALWAYS GO "AH, AH."
LIKE "APPLE."
IN THIS WORD, BAKE,
IT MAKES THE SOUND "AY."
THAT'S ALSO IT'S NAME.
WHEN THAT VOWEL MAKES THE SOUND
OF ITS NAME,
"AY, AY, AY," LIKE "BAKE,"
WE CALL IT A "LONG" VOWEL.
SO THIS SNEAKY SILENT E,
WHEN WE'RE READING IT IN WORDS,
WE HAVE TO MAKE SURE IT DOESN'T
MAKE A SOUND.
WE DON'T SAY "EH" LIKE
"ELEPHANT," WE STAY SILENT.
BUT WE ALSO KNOW THAT THIS E
MAKES THIS FIRST VOWEL
SAY IT'S NAME.
THIS IS NOT GOING TO SAY "AH."
IT'S GOING TO SAY ITS NAME.
"AY."
WE SAY "BUH-AKE."
SILENT E.
WHAT IF I TOLD YOU THERE WAS TWO
MORE WORDS ALREADY ON THIS PAPER
THAT HAVE A SILENT E?
DO YOU SEE ANY?
HMM.
THIS ONE HERE, "HOME."
WE DON'T SAY "HUH-OH-MEH,"
"HO-MEH,"
THE E IS SILENT,
AND THE O SAYS ITS NAME.
WE SAY "HOME."
HOME. HOME HAS A SILENT E.
DO YOU SEE THE OTHER?
LIKE.
L-I-K-E HAS A SILENT E.
THE E DOESN'T MAKE A SOUND,
AND THE I SAYS ITS SAME.
SOUND IT OUT.
L-IKE.
NOW WHEN I THINK
OF SILENT E WORDS,
I THINK OF A FEW MORE,
AND WE WANT TALK ABOUT BAKING
WITHOUT THIS WORD.
THIS WORD IS CAKE!
HAVE YOU EVER BAKED A CAKE?
ONE OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS
TO BAKE.
IT CAN BE HARD,
BUT I'M STILL LEARNING.
THE C GOES "KUH,"
THE A SAYS ITS NAME,
THE K GOES "KUH,"
AND THE E IS...
SILENT! WE SAY "C-AKE."
SILENT E WORDS.
NOW IN THIS NEXT EPISODE
OF
BITZ AND BOB,
WE'RE GOING TO THINK ABOUT
BAKING A CAKE.
AND I'LL BE BACK AFTER
FOR A BIT MORE LEARNING.

In animation, the camera pans into an attic.

Bitz and Bob come out of the trap door.

A song says BITZ and BOB,
BITZ and BOB, BITZ and BOB
AH, AH-AH, AH-AH

Bitz has brown hair and wears white and green striped stockings, a pink pleated skirt with a brown belt, a white shirt with a print, a denim jacket with pins, ping fingerless gloves and goggles over her head.

Bob is a little brown haired boy in a robot outfit.

The song continues HER NAME IS BITZ,
THE INVENTOR
STEAM PINK ADVENTURER
ENGINEER OR VISION KICKS
NOTHING THAT
THE GIRL CAN'T FIX
HER SUPER SIDEKICK,
BOX ROBOT OUTFIT
TOGETHER, THEY WILL FIX IT,
SO READY, SET, LET'S GO
WE CAN WORK IT OUT

They high five and grab some toys.

They grab her toys: a rag doll named Purl, an action figure called Bevel, a blue green stuffy named Zip and a pink stuffy named Big Pop.

They suddenly appear on a ship, riding a slate on a snow covered mountain, in a castle with friends, and riding their bikes on the street.

The song continues WHOA-WHOA-WHOA, WHOA-WHOA
AH, AH-AH, AH-AH
WE CAN WORK IT OUT
WE'LL INVENT A WAY
THROUGH IDEAS AND PLAY
BITZ and BOB
WILL SAVE THE DAY

The logo of the show appears. It reads "Bitz and Bob."

Bitz dots the "I" in "Bitz" with a cog.

The song says BITZ and BOB, BITZ and BOB,
BITZ AND BOB!

The name of the episode reads "Cake calamity."

Bob says BITZ!

Bitz holds a plastic cake and says TA-DA!
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF MY SUPER
STRAWBERRY DREAMY CREAMY, NICELY
ICELY, BAKE-A-LICIOUS
CAKE, BOB?

Bob says HMM.
THE BEST EVER!
IT'S YUMMY ENOUGH TO SELL TO THE
WHOLE WIDE WORLD.

Bitz says THAT'S A BIG ORDER.
WE'LL NEED HELP.

Bob says HOW ABOUT ROLLER-SKATING
DINOSAURS?
(LAUGHING)

Bitz says OR OUR FRIENDS?

Bob grabs Bevel and Zipp and says OH YEAH.
NOW WE JUST NEED SOMEWHERE TO
MAKE THE DREAMY CREAMY CAKES.

Bitz says I KNOW JUST THE PLACE.

She points at a beachy toy display.

B gasps and says JUNGLE-Y CAKES!

Bitz says ONE DAY, IN TUBELY JUNGLE...
EVERYTHING IS NEARLY
READY AT THE JUNGLE CAFE.
THIS IS MY SUPER STRAWBERRY
DREAMY CREAMY, NICELY ICELY,
BAKE-A-LICIOUS CAKE, WITH A
STRAWBERRY ON THE TOP.

Bob says AMAZING!

Purl says TASTY!

Bitz says THANK YOU.
RIGHT, WE'RE OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
I JUST NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE
MORE CAKES LIKE MINE.

Bob says HANDS WASHED AND READY TO
GO.

Bevel says MINE TOO.

Bitz says GREAT.

He tablet dings.

Bitz says WHOO-HOO!
OUR VERY FIRST ORDER!
(LAUGHING)

Bevel says READY, CAKE DUDES?

Bitz says MARY MARY QUITE CONTRARY
WANTS SEVEN IDENTICAL CAKES FOR
HER GARDEN PARTY.
(DINGING)
OH!
NOPE, SHE'S CHANGED HER MIND,
SHE WANTS NINE.
(DINGING)
SORRY, IT'S GONE UP TO 10 NOW.

Purl says OH MY SHINY SEQUINS!
LET'S GET GOING.

Bevel says AH!
WE'VE GOT AN ORDER.
OKAY, DUDES.
THE SPONGES ARE BAKED AND
SLICED.

All the sponges are sliced differently.

Bitz says HMM.
I THOUGHT THEY WOULD ALL LOOK
LIKE MINE.

Purl says THEY WILL.
THEY JUST NEED FILLING AND
DECORATING.

Bob says WHAT DO WE FILL THEM WITH?

Bitz says UH, CREAM AND JAM.

Purl says UM?
THERE'S THE CREAM.

Bevel grabs the cream.

Purl says HEY!

Bevel says GOO-YEAH!
(LAUGHING)

Bitz says WE JUST NEED TO FIND THE JAM
NOW.

Bob says UH.
Purl says JAM, JAM.

Bitz says HMM.
AH-HA!

Zipp snatches the jam and Bitz says HEY!
(LAUGHING)

Bevel snatches the jam off Zipp's hands and says AH, THE JAM.
JUST WHAT THE BEVEL. NEEDS.
FILL HER UP!
AH, PERFECT.

Bob says AHEM.

Bevel says HUH?
WHAT'S THE HOLD UP?

Purl says YOU!
HOGGING THE CREAM AND JAM!
NOW WE'LL FILL WHILE YOU WAIT
FOR THE NEXT STEP.

Bevel drops the bream and jam on the table.

Zipp says AH!
(LAUGHING)

They both say HUH?
(LAUGHING)

They grab one each and start filling the cakes.

Zip says ZIP!

Pop says POP.

Zipp says ZIP ZIP.

Pop says POP.

Zipp says ZIP.

They both say OH.

Pop says POP!

Bitz takes the cream and the jam and says THANKS.
HERE YOU GO.

Bob says THANK YOU.

Bitz says RIGHT.

Bob says AH-HA.

Bitz says WOW!
FABULOUS FILLING, PURL.

Purl says THANKS, BITZ.

Bevel says PIECE OF CAKE.
(LAUGHING)

Bitz says OKAY.
FELLOW CAKE BAKERS, WE'VE BAKED
AND FILLED, NOW LET'S GET ICING.

Bob says YES!

Bevel says OH GOODY!

Pop grabs the icing and says POP POP POP POP POP.
UH-OH.
(LAUGHING)

Zipp tosses the cake and it falls upside down on the counter.

He eats it.

(MUNCHING)
(HUMMING)

Bevel spins his cake on one finger and says WHOO-HOO!

Bitz says BEVEL, I CAN'T CONCENTRATE!

Bevel says BUT I CAN'T WAIT TO MAKE MY
SPONGE EVEN MORE BEAUTIFUL.

Bitz says YOU HAVE TO WAIT, BEVEL.
I'M UP NEXT.

Bevel says OH!
THE BEVEL LOVES STRAWBERRIES.
HA-HA!

Bob says WAIT, THAT'S THE WRONG ORDER.
YOU HAVE TO DO THE ICING FIRST.

Bevel says IT'LL BE A STRAWBERRY
SURPRISE.

Bob puts a strawberry on top of his cake and says THERE.

Bitz says TIME TO CHECK OUT OUR FIRST
BATCH OF CAKES.
ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE.
SHOULDN'T THERE BE ONE MORE?

Zipp burps.

They all laugh.

Bitz says GREAT FILLING, PURL.
PERFECT STRAWBERRY, BOB.
UH, INTERESTING ICING, BEVEL.

Bevel says HMM.
BEVEL MAY HAVE OVER-ICED HIS
STRAWBERRIES.

Bitz says THEY'RE ALL, UM, CAKES, BUT
NONE OF THEM LOOK LIKE MINE.

They all say OH YEAH.

Pop says POP POP.

Bob says SO, THE CAKES NEED TO BE THE
SAME?

Bitz says YES.
SO MAYBE WE ALL DO IT ONE STEP
AT A TIME.
I'LL BAKE AND SLICE SO ALL THE
SPONGES ARE THE SAME.

Purl says THEN EVERYONE CAN FILL WITH
JAM AND CREAM NEXT.

Bitz says THEN TOP WITH ICING.

Purl says AND THEN ONE STRAWBERRY.

Bitz says THEN WE BOX AND STAMP THE
CAKES FOR DELIVERY.
LIKE THIS.

Purl says WHOO-HOO!
WE NEED NINE MORE CAKES LIKE
BITZ'S TO FINISH.

Bitz says BUT FIRST, TASTE TEST!
(CHEERING)

Later, Bitz says RIGHT, THE SPONGES ARE BAKED AND
COOLED, ALL EXACTLY THE SAME,
WITH MORE IN THE OVEN.
TIME TO DECORATE!

Bevel says THESE'LL SELL LIKE HOTCAKES.
HA-HA!
HOT CAKES!

Both Bevel and Purl try to get a hold of the cream.

They both say OOPS!

Purl says AFTER YOU.

Bitz says NO, YOU FIRST.

Bob says HMM?

Bevel says AFTER YOU.

Purl says OH, YOU.

Bob says EXCUSE ME.
COMING THROUGH.
AH!
(THUDDING)

Zipp bumps into Bob, who bumps into Purl, who bumps into the cake boxes.

Bitz says HUH?

Bevel says IT'S A CAKE-TASTROPHY!

Bitz says OH NO!
MARY MARY'S CAKES!
(DINGING)

Bitz says ANOTHER ORDER!
THE OLD WOMAN IN THE SHOE NEEDS
SO MANY CAKES SHE DOESN'T KNOW
WHAT TO DO.
ACTUALLY, SHE WANTS 20.

They all say 20?

Bitz says AND FIVE MORE FOR MARY MARY.

Purl says SHE REALLY IS QUITE CONTRARY.

Bitz says TEAM CAKE BAKE, WE NEED TO GO
FASTER.

Bevel says WHOO!
HA-HA!

Zipp says ZIP ZIP.

Pop says POP POP POP!

Zipp says OH!

Pop says POP POP POP POP.

Zipp says OH!

Bitz says HUH?
OH NO.

The cakes go flying in the air.

Zipp and Pop catch them.

Pop says POP POP POP!

Bitz says NICE STACKING, ZIP AND POP.
THERE.
SO, THAT WAS 10 FOR MARY MARY,
THEN ANOTHER FIVE, 20 FOR THE
OLD WOMAN IN THE SHOE, THAT'S...35 CAKES!

Purl says I HAVEN'T ICED THOSE YET.

Carrying boxes, Bob says EXCUSE ME.
COMING THROUGH.

Bevel takes a strawberry to his mouth and says MM.
(THUDDING)

Carrying cakes, Bob bumps into him and the strawberry goes up in the air.

Bevel says MY STRAWBERRY!
(GRUNTING)

The cakes go up in the air and Bob catches them.

(CHEERING)
(LAUGHING)
(DINGING)

Bitz says UH-OH!
MARY MARY'S CHANGED HER MIND
AGAIN.
SHE WANTS FIVE MORE CAKES FOR
HER MAIDS.
SO THAT'S, UH-- A LOT OF CAKES.

Bevel says I'LL BOX THEM.
BEVEL'S GOT A SYSTEM.

He grabs Bob by his helmet.

Bob says HEY, I'M NOT A BOX!

Bevel says AH!
SORRY, BOBSTER.
(HUMMING)

Bitz says WOW, THESE BOXES ARE REALLY
LIGHT.
(GASPING) 'CAUSE THEY'RE EMPTY.
DON'T FORGET TO PUT THE CAKES
INSIDE THE BOXES, BEVEL.

Bevel says GOT IT.
BOX, CLOSE, STAMP, STACK.
I'M ROCKING THIS NOW.

Bevel slide the boxes off the counter.

Bitz says OH NO.
(DINGING)
OH, ANOTHER FIVE CAKES FOR MARY
MARY.
BUT NONE OF OUR OTHER CAKES ARE
FINISHED.

Bob says MAYBE BECAUSE WE'RE GETTING
IN EACH OTHER'S WAY TRYING TO
MAKE THEM ALL AT THE SAME TIME.

Bitz says THEN WHAT WE NEED IS A
SYSTEM.
IT'S TIME FOR A BITZ BRAIN
BLITZ.

She pulls down her goggles and says WITH EVERYONE TRYING TO DO THE
SAME JOB AT THE SAME TIME,
AND THE STATIONS ALL OVER THE
PLACE, WE ALL GOT IN EACH
OTHER'S WAY.
WE HAVE TO FILL AND DECORATE OUR
CAKES IN THE RIGHT ORDER.
IF WE REORGANISE THE KITCHEN, WE
CAN MAKE A SIMPLE SYSTEM THAT
FLOWS FROM ONE STAGE TO THE
NEXT.
AND IF WE EACH DO ONE JOB AND
PASS THE SPONGES TO THE NEXT
PERSON, WE'LL MAKE A SMOOTH
PRODUCTION LINE WHICH WILL HELP
SPEED THINGS UP.
THAT'S IT!
STEAM PINK STYLE!
THERE.
TICK.

Bitz gives the sponges to Purl and HERE.

Purl says THANKS, BESTIE.
(HUMMING)

Purl fills them in and says OKAY, READY FOR SUPER STACKING.

Pop stacks them and says POP POP POP.
POP.

Zipp ices them and says ZIP ZIP ZIP.

Zipp brings the cake to Bob's station.

Bob says OH, THANKS.

Bob puts a strawberry on top and say OH YEAH.
TOPPING-TASTIC.
HERE YOU ARE.

Bevel says IT'S BEVEL'S TURN.
BOX, CLOSE, STAMP, STACK.
BOO-YAH!

Bitz says GREAT TEAMWORK, GUYS!
RIGHT.

On her bike, Purl says READY TO DELIVER.

On his go-kart, Bob says WHERE DO THESE ONES GO?

Bitz says OH, UM...
(LAUGHING)

On his bike, Bevel says LOOKS LIKE WE NEED ANOTHER
SYSTEM.
(LAUGHING)

Back in the attic, Bitz says I THINK OUR CAKE-TASTIC
SCRUMPALICIOUS AWESOME
PRODUCTION LINE MADE ONE TOO
MANY.

Bob says OH!

They both say TASTE TEST!

Music plays as the end credits roll.

Back to the lesson, Teacher Joel says I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU, TVOKIDS,
BUT ALL THAT TALK ABOUT CAKE
IS MAKING ME HUNGRY.
NOW IN THAT EPISODE,
ONE OF THE BIGGEST PROBLEMS
THEY HAD WITH THEIR BAKING WAS
GETTING THE TIMING RIGHT.
MAKING SURE THAT EVERYTHING WAS
STAYING IN THE OVEN
FOR AS LONG OR AS SHORT
AS IT NEEDED TO BE.
IF YOU LEAVE SOMETHING IN THE
OVEN NOT LONG ENOUGH,
IT'S GOING TO BE UNDER-BAKED.
AND IF YOU LEAVE IT
IN THE OVEN TOO LONG,
YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS!
IT GETS BURNED.
AND LET ME TELL YOU,
IT'S HAPPENED TO ME
A COUPLE OF TIMES.
SO IN OUR BAKING,
IT'S SO IMPORTANT TO THINK ABOUT
MEASURING THE TIME AND GETTING
IT JUST RIGHT.
NOW IF WE'RE TALKING ABOUT
MEASURING TIME,
YOU KNOW THAT WE HAVE TO TALK
ABOUT THIS TOOL.
THIS IS CALLED A CLOCK.
YOU PROBABLY HAVE A FEW
IN YOUR HOME,
AND THIS CLOCK IS GOING TO BE
SO HELPFUL
AS WE THINK ABOUT THE TIMING
OF OUR BAKING.
NOW YOU'LL NOTICE THE CLOCK
HAS TWO HANDS ON IT.
THE SHORTER HAND IS CALLED
THE HOUR HAND.
AND THAT'S BECAUSE WHATEVER
NUMBER IT'S POINTING TO
TELLS US THE HOUR.
WHEN IT'S POINTING TO FIVE,
FIVE O'CLOCK.
WHEN IT'S POINTING TO SIX,
SIX O'CLOCK.
AND IF IT'S IN BETWEEN
THAT FIVE AND THAT SIX,
WELL, IT'S SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN
FIVE AND SIX O'CLOCK.
THAT'S WHERE THE LONG HAND
COMES INTO PLAY.
THAT'S THE MINUTE HAND.
AND THE MINUTE HAND TELLS US
HOW LONG WE ARE
THROUGH THAT HOUR IN MINUTES.
LET'S THINK CAREFULLY.
WHILE THE HOUR HAND POINTS TO
THE NUMBER OF THE HOUR,
THE MINUTE HAND DOESN'T ACTUALLY
POINT TO THESE NUMBERS
FOR MINUTES, OKAY?
IF YOU SEE THIS POINTING
TO THE THREE,
IT DOESN'T MEAN THREE MINUTES.
AND IF YOU SEE THIS POINTING
TO THE NINE,
IT DOESN'T MEAN NINE MINUTES.
WHEN WE'RE LOOKING AT
THAT HOUR HAND,
WE'RE ACTUALLY LOOKING AT THE
LINES IN BETWEEN THOSE NUMBERS.
AND IF YOU CAN COUNT THE ONES
I'M HOLDING UP,
YOU'LL SEE THERE'S ACTUALLY FIVE
LINES IN BETWEEN EVERY NUMBER.
AND THOSE REPRESENT THE MINUTES.
SO EACH SPACE IS A GROUP
OF FIVE.
NOW IN ONE OF MY LAST EPISODES
OF
POWER HOUR,
WE TALKED ABOUT COUNTING
BY FIVES,
AND YOU'LL SEE THAT THIS TURNS
UP IN ALL SORTS OF LEARNING.
EVEN IN OUR BAKING, OKAY?
WHEN THIS GETS TO THE ONE,
IT'S FIVE MINUTES PAST THE HOUR.
BECAUSE THERE'S FIVE
SPACES THERE.
WHEN THE MINUTE HAND
GETS TO THE TWO,
WE ADD ANOTHER GROUP OF FIVE.
THAT'S 10 MINUTES
PAST THE HOUR.
AND WHEN THIS GETS TO THE THREE,
WE ADD ANOTHER GROUP OF FIVE.
WHAT DOES THAT GET US TO?
YOU'VE GOT IT, 15 MINUTES!
NOW YOU MIGHT BE WORKING AT HOME
ON TELLING THE TIME,
AND ME TELL YOU, IT CAN TAKE A
LITTLE BIT OF PRACTICE.
I KNOW THAT ALL TOO WELL FROM
WHEN I WAS A KID.
BUT I DIDN'T GIVE UP,
AND I FIGURED IT OUT.
HERE'S SOMETHING YOU CAN DO
TO WORK ON THINKING ABOUT
TIME AT HOME.
ON A PIECE OF PAPER,
DRAW THE SHAPE OF A CIRCLE.
AND THAT'S BECAUSE MOST CLOCKS
WE'RE LOOKING AT
COME IN THE SHAPE OF A CIRCLE.
NOW I USED THE LID OF A POT
TO TRACE THIS.
AND YOU'LL NOTICE
I CAREFULLY MADE A SMALL HOLE
IN THE CENTRE.
WE'RE GOING TO TALK ABOUT THAT
IN A SECOND,
BUT TO THAT CIRCLE,
YOU NEED TO ADD YOUR NUMBERS.
NOW I LIKE TO DO THIS IN A
CERTAIN WAY,
AND I WANT YOU TO TAKE A CLOSE
LOOK AT HOW I'M DOING IT.
THE FIRST NUMBERS I PUT ON
MY PRACTICE CLOCK
ARE THE 12 RIGHT AT THE TOP,
THE THREE RIGHT AT THIS SIDE,
THE SIX DOWN AT THE BOTTOM,
AND THE NINE OVER HERE.
AND THAT'S BECAUSE THEY GET
SPACED OUT,
THE TOP, THE SIDE, THE BOTTOM,
AND THE OTHER SIDE. OKAY?
THEN YOU KNOW THERE'S GOING TO
BE A NICE EVEN SPACING
OF THOSE NUMBERS.
ONCE YOU'VE DONE THAT, YOU CAN
ADD YOUR OTHER NUMBERS IN.
THE ONE, THE TWO,
THE FOUR, THE FIVE,
THE SEVEN, THE EIGHT,
THE 10, AND THE 11.
MAKING SURE, OF COURSE,
THEY'RE AS EVENLY SPREAD OUT
AS YOU CAN GET THEM.
GIVE IT A TRY!
THERE THEY ARE.
NOW YOU'LL REMEMBER I TOLD YOU
I PUT A SMALL HOLE IN THE CENTRE
OF MY CIRCLE,
AND THAT'S BECAUSE I'M GOING TO
USE TWO PAPER CLIPS
TO REPRESENT THE HANDS
ON THE CLOCK.
JUST LIKE THE MINUTE HAND AND
THE HOUR HAND,
I'VE GOT ONE LONG AND ONE SHORT.
SEE IF YOU CAN
CHECK THOSE OUT AT HOME.
I'M GOING TO CAREFULLY
PUT ONE END
OF MY LONG PAPER CLIP
THROUGH THAT HOLE.
AND ONE END OF MY SHORT PAPER
CLIP THROUGH THAT HOLE.
AND I'LL HOLD IT UP FOR YOU.
JUST LIKE THAT,
MY CLOCK HAS A SHORT HAND
THAT CAN GO AROUND
AND A LONG HAND THAT CAN
GO AROUND.
LATER IN TODAY'S EPISODE,
I'M GOING TO GIVE YOU
A MATH PROBLEM
ALL ABOUT THE TIMING OF BAKING,
AND YOU MIGHT USE THIS
HOMEMADE CLOCK
TO HELP YOU WITH THE ANSWER.
NOW TIMING IS IMPORTANT
NO MATTER WHAT YOU'RE BAKING.
WE'VE TALKED A LOT ABOUT
BAKING CAKES,
BUT BAKERS MAKE ALL SORTS
OF THINGS.
BAKERS CAN BAKE COOKIES,
BAKERS CAN BAKE BREAD,
AND THAT REMINDS ME
OF AN INDIGENOUS FORM OF BREAD
CALLED BANNOCK.
IN THIS EPISODE OF
WOLF JOE,
WE'RE GOING TO LEARN A BIT MORE
ABOUT MAKING BANNOCK.
AND THINKING ABOUT ALL SORTS
OF BIG IDEAS,
LEARNING IN BAKING.

The name of the show reads "Wolf Joe."

Joe says indigenous young friends roam the forests looking for adventures in nature.

Joe has brown hair and a braid and he wears a blue hooded sweatshirt with a paw print on the front and a head piece.

Nina has long brown hair in pigtail braids and wears a yellow hooded sweatshirt with a paw print on the front and a headpiece.

Buddy has short brown hair and wears a green hooded sweatshirt with a paw print on the front.

The kids hood up to turn to their animal spirits.

Joe says I'M JOE.
WOLF SPIRIT, GO!

Nina says I'M NINA!
LYNX SPIRIT, GO!

Buddy tumbles as he walks on a floating lodge and says WHOOA-- OOPS.

Buddy says I'M BUDDY THE BEAR.
BEAR SPIRIT, GO!

They all say SMUDGE!
GO! GO! GO!

Joe says EVERYBODY READY?

They join hands and say
GO! WOLF! JOE!

The name of the episode reads "Big Bannock Bake."

The kids play hockey with their dog Smudge and uses a stick instead of a puck.

(GRUNTING)

Buddy says FETCH, SMUDGE!
(BARKING)

Smudge fetches the stick.

Nina says SCORE!
(LAUGHING)

Mishoom and the kids walk in the store.

Buddy says HI, KOOKUM!

Kookum says HI, KIDS! I WONDER IF YOU KNOW
WHAT DAY THIS IS?

The kids say IT'S BANNOCK BAKE TIME!

Kookum says YES, WE'RE ALL SET FOR TONIGHT.
I JUST NEED TO MAKE THE--E
AH... AH...

Buddy says GOT A COLD, KOOKUM?

Joe hands his grandma tissues.

Kookum grabs one and says AH...CHOO!

Nina says WHEN I HAVE A COLD, I LIKE TO
SNUGGLE ON THE COUCH.

Buddy says WITH A BLANKET.

Joe says AND A HOT CHOCOLATE.

Kookum sighs and says THERE'S NO TIME!
I NEED TO MAKE THE BANNOCK!

Joe says HEY, WE COULD MAKE IT FOR YOU!

Kookum says SWEET OF YOU TO OFFER, JOE,
BUT DO YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE IT?

Joe says SURE, I'VE SEEN YOU DO IT
PLENTY OF TIMES.

Kookum says WELL, I SUPPOSE YOU COULD
FOLLOW THE RECIPE.

Joe says OR WE COULD JUST WHIP UP A BATCH
OF JOE'S BIG BANNOCK SURPRISE!

Mishoom says HMM...
TAKES A LONG TIME TO PERFECT
A GOOD BANNOCK RECIPE.

Joe says IT WILL BE PERFECT, I PROMISE!

(SNEEZING REPEATEDLY)

Nina says DON'T WORRY, KOOKUM.
YOU GO REST!

Buddy says YEAH, WE'VE TOTALLY GOT THIS.

Kookum says GREAT! JUST REMEMBER,
WHATEVER WE MAKE NEEDS TO BE
GOOD ENOUGH TO SHARE.
IT'S WHAT THE BANNOCK BAKE
IS ALL ABOUT.

Mishoom says THAT'S THE RESPECT THAT THE
BUFFALO TEACHES.

Joe says GOT IT!
(SNEEZING)

Mishoom says CAN I LEAVE SMUDGE WITH YOU
WHILE I SETTLE KOOKUM UPSTAIRS?
(BARKING)
(CHUCKLING)

Mishoom says HE'LL BE NO TROUBLE, JUST THROW
HIM THE STICK TO KEEP HIM BUSY.
(GROWLING PLAYFULLY)

Kookum says GOOD BOY, SMUDGE!
CALL ME IF YOU NEED ANYTHING.

Joe says COME ON, LET'S GET BAKING!

Buddy says SO WHAT'S GOING INTO YOUR RECIPE
FOR JOE'S BIG BANNOCK SURPRISE?

Joe says HMM, I'M NOT SURE, BUT YOU CAN
BET IT WILL BE BIG!
AND A SURPRISE!

Nina says I THINK SMUDGE WANTS TO PLAY
ALREADY.

Joe says I CAN'T PLAY NOW, SMUDGE,
I HAVE TO COME UP WITH A BIG
BANNOCK IDEA.

Joe gasps and says I KNOW!
(BARKING)

They run to the library.

Nina says WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR, JOE?

Joe says IDEAS FOR MY BANNOCK RECIPE!
OKAY! HOW ABOUT THIS?
"BUGS ARE OUR FRIENDS."

Joe says EWWW!

Buddy says OR THIS!
"HOW TO BUILD A BIRDHOUSE."

Joe says WHAT DO BUGS OR BIRDS HAVE TO DO
WITH MAKING BANNOCK?

Buddy says NOTHING, BUT THEY'RE COOL!

Nina says WE CAN'T PLAY NOW, SMUDGE.
SORRY.

Joe says OF COURSE! I JUST NEED TO MAKE
BANNOCK THE WAY A WOLF WOULD!

Nina says DO YOU HAVE A RECIPE FOR THAT?

Joe says NO, BUT I CAN MAKE ONE UP.
I MEAN, MY SPIRIT ANIMAL IS
THE WOLF, RIGHT?

In the kitchen, the kids wash their hands to start baking.

Joe mixes ingredients in a bowl and says SUGAR, SALT, FLOUR.

Nina says KOOKUM ALWAYS USES THE EXACT
AMOUNTS ON HER RECIPE CARD.
SEE?

Joe says BUT I'M MAKING JOE'S BIG BANNOCK
SURPRISE, REMEMBER?
AND BAKING POWDER!

Buddy says WHOA! THAT'S WAY MORE THAN
KOOKUM USES!

Joe says THAT'S BECAUSE THIS IS WOLF
BANNOCK, BUDDY.
AND WOLF BANNOCK NEEDS
WOLF-SIZED HELPINGS
OF EVERYTHING,
ESPECIALLY BAKING POWDER,
TO HELP THE BANNOCK RISE.
HMM, A BIT OF THIS...
DASH OF THAT.
A LITTLE MORE...
PERFECT.
MIX IT ALL UP.

(SMUDGE BARKING)

Joe says WHAT IS IT, FELLA?
I CAN'T PLAY NOW, SMUDGE.
AND NEXT IS THE BEST PART
OF ALL.
THE KNEADING.
(GRUNTING)

Nina says OOH, LET ME TRY!
(GRUNTING)

Buddy says ME TOO!
(GRUNTING)

Smudge jumps and grabs the spoon to play.

(BARKING)

Buddy says NOT THE SPOON, SMUDGE!
HERE, SMUDGE. COME TO BUDDY!

Smudge knocks over the flour bag and gets Buddy covered in it.

(GASPING)
(CHUCKLING)

Joe says YOU LOOK LIKE A GHOST, BUDDY.

Nina says OOF! WHAT A MESS!
WE SHOULD CLEAN UP.
(BARKING)

Smudge gives Joe the spoon back.

Joe says THANKS, SMUDGE.
NOW PROMISE YOU'LL BE
A GOOD BOY?
(BARKING)

Suddenly, the dough starts rising and rising.

Joe says UH...

Nina says IS JOE'S BIG BANNOCK SURPRISE
SUPPOSED TO DO THAT?
I DON'T KNOW,
I'VE NEVER MADE IT BEFORE.
BUT IT IS BIG!

Buddy sticks a finger in it and it blows up.

Everyone gets covered in dough.

Buddy says WHOA!
(GROANING)

Buddy says AND THERE'S THE SURPRISE.
(GRUNTING)

Joe says I WANTED TO SHOW KOOKUM I COULD
MAKE UP MY OWN RECIPE.
BUT I THINK IT NEEDS A LITTLE
WORK.
OKAY, A LOT OF WORK.

Buddy says SO LET'S MAKE ANOTHER BATCH!
THERE'S STILL TIME.

Nina says YEAH! LET'S FOLLOW KOOKUM'S
RECIPE THIS TIME.

Joe says GOOD IDEA!
HEY!
WHERE IS KOOKUM'S RECIPE?

Nina says IT WAS RIGHT HERE.

Buddy looks under the kitchen island and says IT'S NOT HERE.

Joe says I KNOW! LET'S GET SMUDGE
TO FIND IT!
HE CAN FIND ANYTHING.

Nina says UH, WHERE IS SMUDGE?

Joe says SMUDGE? COME HERE, SMUDGE!

Buddy says LOOK! SMUDGE PRINTS!

Nina says FIRST KOOKUM'S RECIPE
GOES MISSING,
NOW SMUDGE TOO?

Joe says HMM, I WONDER.
COME ON, LET'S FOLLOW
THOSE PRINTS.
UH, SMUDGE?!

They run outside.

(BARKING)

Nina spots Smudge chasing a butterfly and says THERE HE IS!

Joe sees the recipe trapped in Smudge's collar and says AND LOOK! THE RECIPE CARD!

Nina says WE NEED THAT RECIPE!
OR WE WON'T BE ABLE TO MAKE
KOOKUM'S BANNOCK!

Joe says THIS CALLS FOR...
SPIRIT POWER!
HOOD UP! I'M JOE!
WOLF SPIRIT...
LET'S GO!

Nina says LYNX EARS! NINA, LEAP!
LYNX SPIRIT...
SO NEAT!

Buddy says BUDDY'S HERE, I'M BRAVE!
BEAR SPIRIT...
READY TO SAVE!

Joe jumps and says SPIRIT POWER!
SMUDGE!
(BARKING)

Joe says SMUDGE, STOP!
(BARKING)
(GRUNTING)

The kids run after Smudge as Smudge chases the butterfly.

Joe says COME HERE, SMUDGE!
(BARKING)

Smudge goes under a table then runs away.

Joe says SMUDGE!
(BARKING)

Nina says LYNX LEAP!

The kids run and shout SMUDGE!
(PANTING)

Nina says COME BACK!

Joe says COME HERE, SMUDGE!
SMUDGE!
HERE, SMUDGE! COME TO WOLF JOE!

Buddy says OR BUDDY THE BEAR!
(CONFUSED BARK)

They try to jump and catch him but he runs away.

(GRUNTING)

Nina says LEAVE THIS TO THE LYNX!
(GRUNTING)

She misses and says OR NOT.

They all say SMUDGE!
(BARKING)

Smudge follows the butterfly to the bridge.

Nina says OH NO! SMUDGE IS TOO CLOSE
TO THE EDGE!

Joe says WAIT, WE CAN'T CHASE SMUDGE,
OR HE MIGHT FALL IN.

Nina says WHAT IF WE MADE SMUDGE
COME TO US?

Buddy says GREAT IDEA! BUT HOW?

Joe wiggles a stick and says HEY, SMUDGE! WANNA PLAY?
(BARKING)

Joe throws the stick and says FETCH!
(BARKING)

As Smudge catches the stick, Buddy jumps and catches Smudge.

Buddy says WHOA!
PHEW! ONE SMUDGE!
(GRUNTING)

Nina grabs the recipe and says ONE RECIPE!

Joe says AND ONE BANNOCK TO BAKE!

They run back to the kitchen and bake bannock following Kookum's recipe.

M HOPE YOU KIDS DIDN'T FIND MAKING
BANNOCK TOO BORING.
WHOA! OOH!

Later at the gathering, Mishoom says AVA, YOU MADE YOUR CRANBERRY
RAISIN BANNOCK!
YUMMY!
(CHUCKLING)

Chief Madwe says AND I MADE MY FAMOUS
MAPLE SYRUP BANNOCK.
I HOPE IT'S NOT TOO SWEET.

Kookum says MMM! JUST RIGHT, CHIEF MADWE.
AND JOE MADE HIS VERY FIRST
BANNOCK.

Nina and Buddy say AND WE HELPED!
(BARKING)

Joe says SMUDGE TOO.

Kookum says MMM-MM!
IT'S DELICIOUS, JOE!

Joe says THANKS, KOOKUM.
I HAD A GREAT RECIPE TO FOLLOW.

Kookum says MORE IMPORTANTLY, YOU MADE SURE
WE HAD BANNOCK TO SHARE
WHEN I WAS BUSY SNEEZING.
YOU SHOWED REAL RESPECT
FOR THE COMMUNITY
BY PITCHING IN LIKE THAT, JOE.
THAT'S WHY YOU'VE EARNED
THE TEACHING
THAT THE BUFFALO BRINGS US
IN THE SEVEN TEACHINGS WHEEL.

Mishoom says HEH! GOOD JOB!

Joe says AND NOW IS IT TIME FOR
MORE BANNOCK?

Kookum sneezes.
(SNEEZING)

Nina giggles and says I THINK THAT MEANS YES.
(ALL LAUGHING)

Music plays as the end credits roll.

Teacher Joel says WELCOME BACK!
I HOPE YOU LEARNED ALL ABOUT
BAKING BANNOCK IN THAT EPISODE.
IT GOT ME THINKING ABOUT THE
IMPORTANCE OF TIMING
IN OUR BAKING,
AND I WANTED TO GIVE YOU A BIT
OF A MATH CHALLENGE TODAY.
I'M GOING TO TELL YOU A WORD
PROBLEM,
ALL ABOUT BAKING BANNOCK,
THINKING ABOUT THE BIG IDEA OF
MEASURING WITH TIME.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO SOLVE THIS
WORD PROBLEM RIGHT NOW,
I'M GOING TO LEAVE IT WITH YOU
FOR LATER TODAY,
BUT I WANT YOU TO JOT DOWN ALL
THE IMPORTANT PARTS.
LISTEN CLOSELY.
JUST LIKE WOLF JOE, YOU'RE GOING
TO BAKE SOME BANNOCK.
YOU START BAKING
THE BANNOCK
AT 3:05.
THAT'S THE TIME.
FIVE MINUTES AFTER THREE.
IT TAKES YOU 15 MINUTES
TO MIX ALL THOSE
INGREDIENTS TOGETHER
AND GET THAT BANNOCK READY
TO GO IN THE OVEN.
THEN YOU PUT IT IN THE OVEN,
AND THE RECIPE SAYS LEAVE IT THERE FOR 20 MINUTES.
MY QUESTION IS THIS,
WHAT TIME SHOULD IT BE
WHEN WE TAKE THAT BANNOCK
OUT OF THE OVEN?
NOW LISTEN AGAIN, AND JOT DOWN
THE IMPORTANT PARTS.
YOU START BAKING AT 3:05.
THAT'S YOUR STARTING POINT.
THEN 15 MINUTES PASS
WHILE YOU MIX UP THOSE
INGREDIENTS
AND GET THE BANNOCK READY
TO GO IN THE OVEN.
ONCE IT'S IN THE OVEN,
YOU NEED TO LEAVE IT THERE
FOR 20 MINUTES.
THERE'S ALL YOUR IMPORTANT
INFORMATION.
WHAT I WANT YOU
TO FIGURE OUT AT HOME
IS WHAT TIME IS IT GOING TO BE
WHEN YOU TAKE THAT BANNOCK OUT?
WE TALKED ABOUT NOT LEAVING IT
IN FOR TOO LONG,
WE DON'T WANT TO BURN IT.
YOU MIGHT USE THAT CLOCK
THAT I SHOWED YOU HOW TO MAKE
USING ONE PIECE OF PAPER,
A MARKER,
AND TWO PAPER CLIPS.
YOU CAN USE THAT TO MOVE
THAT HOUR HAND,
MOVE THAT MINUTE HAND AROUND,
AND WORK ON SOLVING THAT MATH
PROBLEM AT HOME.
YOU MIGHT EVEN COME UP WITH
SOME OF YOUR OWN.
NOW BEFORE WE GET READY TO SAY
GOODBYE FOR THE DAY,
I'M THINKING A LOT ABOUT BAKING,
AND I'M THINKING A LOT
ABOUT BANNOCK.
YOU MIGHT HAVE NOTICED
WHAT I NOTICED.
BOTH OF THOSE WORDS
START WITH THE LETTER B.
BEFORE WE GET READY TO GO,
LET'S CHECK OUT THIS EPISODE
OF
ABC SING SONGS
TO LEARN A FEW MORE
LETTER B-WORDS.

A caption reads "ABC singsong, by Warren Brown and Adam Goddard."

An animated character says ABOUT THE LETTER B!

He sings a song that goes LETTER B
(LETTER B)
B IS WHAT WE SEE
(LETTER B)
LETTER B
(LETTER B)
B IS WHAT WE SEE
(LETTER B)
BUMBLEBEE STARTS WITH B
SO DOES B-B-B-BEAR
THE BEE BROUGHT HONEY
AND THE BEAR WANTS TO SHARE
BABOON STARTS WITH B
SO DOES BABY BABOON
(AWWW!)
THEY GOT A BANANA
BIRTHDAY CAKE
AND A BUNCH OF BALLOONS
LETTER B
(LETTER B)
B IS WHAT WE SEE
WHAT ELSE STARTS WITH B?
A BIG, BIG BUNNY
BOUNCING ON THE BED
'CAUSE THE BUNNY THINKS
IT'S FUNNY
A BEAVER IN A BOAT
HE ISN'T BIG ON SWIMMING
WHAT ELSE STARTS WITH B HERE
THIS IS ONLY THE BEGINNING
LETTER B
(LETTER B)
B IS WHAT WE SEE
LETTER B
(LETTER B)
B IS WHAT WE SEE
LETTER B.

The song ends.

Teacher Joel says WELCOME BACK!
I HOPE YOU SAW A FEW MORE
LETTER-B WORDS,
JUST LIKE B-A-K
SILENT E!
TODAY WE WERE TALKING ABOUT
HOW I LOVE TO BAKE.
TODAY AT HOME, SEE IF YOU CAN
MAKE YOUR OWN LIST
OF SILENT E WORDS.
REMEMBER, IN A SILENT E WORD,
THAT E DOES NOT GO "EH, EH."
LIKE "ELEPHANT" OR "EGG."
WHAT SOUND DOES IT MAKE?
MAKE THAT SOUND FOR ME.
NOW, REALLY LOUD.
(LAUGHING)
OF COURSE!
IT MAKES THIS SOUND!

He puts his finger across his lips and says NOTHING. IT'S A SILENT E.
BUT IT ALSO DOES SOMETHING ELSE
YOU'LL REMEMBER WE TALKED ABOUT,
IT MAKES THAT FIRST VOWEL
SAY ITS NAME,
OR WE MIGHT SAY,
THE LONG VOWEL SOUND.
IN "BAKE," A GOES "AY."
BAKE.
CAKE. MAKE.
WE ALSO LOOKED AT THIS WORD
BECAUSE WE'RE AT HOME.
AND WAIT A SECOND, WE TALKED ALL
ABOUT TELLING TIME.
DID YOU KNOW THAT "TIME" IS ALSO
A SILENT E WORD?
THE I DOES NOT GO "IH, IH."
LIKE "IGUANA."
IT SAYS I, IT SAYS ITS NAME.
T-I-MMM.
WE TALKED ABOUT BAKE, CAKE,
MAKE, HOME, AND TIME.
I'VE ADDED A FEW SILENT E WORDS
THAT I COULD THINK OF.
BUT I'M GOING TO CHALLENGE YOU
TO SEE IF YOU CAN FIND
ANYMORE AT HOME.
A GREAT STRATEGY I LIKE TO DO
IS OPEN UP A BOOK,
READ THROUGH IT, AND EVERY TIME
YOU COME ACROSS
A SILENT E WORD,
ADD IT TO YOUR LIST.
YOU CAN ALSO WORK AT HOME TODAY
ON MAKING A HOMEMADE CLOCK.
JUST LIKE I SHOWED YOU,
DRAW A CIRCLE,
ADD THOSE NUMBERS ONE
THROUGH 12,
MAKING SURE YOU SPACE THEM OUT,
AND USE TWO PAPER CLIPS OF
DIFFERENT LENGTHS
TO REPRESENT THE HANDS
OF THE CLOCK.
AND THE LAST THING I'M GOING TO
LEAVE YOU WITH,
IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY DURING
YOUR TIME AT HOME,
THINK ABOUT DOING SOME BAKING
WITH YOUR FAMILY.
I SHARED WITH YOU IT'S SOMETHING
I LOVE DOING AT HOME.
AND DON'T FORGET WHAT
I TOLD YOU.
IT'S VERY REAL LEARNING.
THERE'S SCIENCE, THERE'S MATH,
AND THERE'S LANGUAGE.
I HOPE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
CAN BAKE SOMETHING DELICIOUS
TOGETHER
AND I HOPE YOU HAD A LOT OF FUN
TODAY LEARNING
ON THE
TVOKIDS POWER HOUR
OF LEARNING.
MY NAME IS TEACHER JOEL,
AND I'D LIKE TO SAY,
SEE YOU LATER!

A caption reads "Bonus material."

An episode of "Reading Rangers" rolls.

(music plays)

A boy pops up wearing cowboy clothes. He has wavy black hair.

A caption reads "Ranger Dalmar."

Then, a girl pops out of a barrel wearing a cowboy hat. She has curly brown hair. She winks an eye.

A caption reads "Ranger Kara."

Now another boy pops out of a saloon wearing ranger clothes. He has short blond hair.

A caption reads "Ranger Drew."

Now a woman with a white dress sits in a bookshop reading.

A caption reads "Miss Bookworth."

Now a woman and two bandits sit inside a room.

A caption reads "The Mayor McNab, Pinky and Giggles."

Now a man dances crazily as he laughs.

A caption reads "Cookie."

A sign in old Western style with a star on top, reads "The reading rangers."

The sign leaves a brand on a wooden wall.

Ranger Kara, Ranger Dalmar, Ranger Drew, and Mayor McNab appear on screen sitting around a campfire at night in the desert.

Ranger Kara says WELL, I THINK IT'S
TIME FOR RANGER DREW
TO TELL A STORY.

Ranger Drew says WHY, THANK YOU,
MA'AM.
ALL RIGHT.
THIS IS A STORY ABOUT A MAN
WHO WANTED TO DO SOMETHING
REALLY NICE FOR HIS
BOSS' BIRTHDAY.

Pinky appears on screen in Mayor McNab's office.

Pinky says HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
MISS MAYOR.

Mayor McNab opens the box and says WHAT'S THIS?

Pinky says DECORATIVE
SHOE LACES.

Mayor McNab says OH... THANKS.

Ranger Drew says YEAR AFTER YEAR SHE NEVER
LIKED HER BIRTHDAY GIFTS.

Mayor McNab says WHAT'S THIS?

Pinky says DECORATIVE SOAPS.

Ranger Drew says OH... THANKS.
BUT SHE WOULD NEVER
BE HAPPY WITH THE PRESENT.
SO HE SEARCHED, AND HE
SEARCHED HIS MIND FOR ONE
THING THAT HIS BOSS
WOULD REALLY LIKE.

Pinky says CAKE.
I'LL BAKE HER A CAKE.

Ranger Drew says ONE PROBLEM THOUGH,
HE DIDN'T KNOW THE FIRST
THING ABOUT BAKING A CAKE.
AND SO GUESS WHAT HE DID?
HE WENT AND TOOK LESSONS
FROM THE MOST FAMOUS BAKER
IN DOCVILLE.

Pinky appears on screen with Ranger Kara and Ranger Kara says NOW EVERY CAKE IS MADE FROM
THE SAME BASIC INGREDIENTS.
YOU HAVE EGGS, SUGAR,
MILK, BUTTER AND FLOUR.
FLOWER?

Pinky says WELL, I GUESS THE
MAYOR WILL LIKE THAT.

Ranger Kara says YEAH, FLOUR.
WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE
SAME KIND OF FLOUR, RIGHT?

Pinky says YEAH, LIKE ROSES.

Ranger Kara says YEAH, LIKE ROSES.

Ranger Drew says THE BAKER WAS TALKING
ABOUT RED ROSES, THE FLOUR,
A FLOUR USED TO BAKE IT.
BUT WHEN HE HEARD
RED ROSES FLOUR,
HE THOUGHT RED
ROSES THE FLOWER.
SO EVERY TIME THAT SHE GAVE
HIM A RECIPE THAT SAID
RED ROSES FLOUR, HE WOULD PUT
RED ROSES, THE FLOWER IN IT.

Mayor McNab says THAT'S VERY FUNNY.

Ranger Dalmar says WAIT, WAIT, ARE WE TALKING
ABOUT FLOUR OR FLOWER?

Ranger Drew says BOTH, 'COS
THEY'RE HOMOPHONES.

Ranger Dalmar says HOMOPHONES?

Ranger Drew says YEAH, WORDS THAT
SOUND THE SAME BUT HAVE
DIFFERENT SPELLINGS
AND MEANINGS.
HOMOPHONES, LIKE FLOUR,
THE STUFF YOU BAKE WITH,
OR FLOWER, THE THINGS YOU
PLANT IN YOUR GARDEN.
THEY COULD NEVER FIGURE OUT
WHY EVERY CAKE THEY MADE WOULD
NEVER TURN OUT.

Back at the Inn, Ranger Kara brings the baked cake over to Pinky and he says OH, ANOTHER ONE?
I PUT IN ROSE PETALS
LIKE YOU TOLD ME.

Ranger Kara says ROSE PETALS?
FLOUR, NOT FLOWER.
I MEANT FOR YOU TO USE ROSES
FLOUR, NOT THE ROSE FLOWER.

Pinky says OH, I MIXED UP
FLOUR AND FLOWER.
OH, SHUCKS, I DON'T
KNOW WHAT TO DO.
MY BOSS' BIRTHDAY
IS COMING UP,
AND I DON'T HAVE A
GOOD CAKE TO GIVE HER.

Ranger Kara says FIRST RULE OF
BAKING,
YOU CAN COVER UP YOUR
MISTAKES WITH FROSTING.

Now Ranger Dalmar walks into Mayor McNab's office and hands her a box.

Pinky says HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
MISS MAYOR.
I'M NOT SURE THAT
YOU'RE GOING TO LIKE IT.

Mayor McNab says WELL, IT WOULDN'T
BE THE FIRST TIME.
YOU BAKED ME A
CHOCOLATE CAKE?
FINALLY SOMETHING THAT
I WANT FOR MY BIRTHDAY.

Pinky says WELL, I'M NOT SURE IF IT
WILL TASTE VERY GOOD.

Mayor McNab says IT'S LIKE NOTHING I'VE
EVER TASTED BEFORE.
OH, I TOLD YOU YOU
WEREN'T GOING TO LIKE IT.

Pinky says IT'S GOOD.

Mayor McNab says IT'S REALLY GOOD.
MIND IF I TRY

Pinky says A PIECE?

Mayor McNab says NO, MY CAKE.

Back by the campfire, Ranger Drew says AND SO A
TRADITION WAS BORN.
EVERY YEAR, THE MAN WOULD
BAKE A CAKE FOR HIS BOSS
THAT WAS CHOCOLATE WITH NO
FLOUR, BUT WITH THE ESSENCE
OF ROSE PETALS THE FLOWER.
[chuckling]

Ranger Kara says THAT WAS A
GREAT STORY.

Ranger Drew says THANKS.

Ranger Kara says NOW WHO
BROUGHT DESSERT?

The TVO Kids logo appears on the wooden wall.

Now music plays as the end credits for Power Hour of Learning roll.

A caption reads "TVO Kids would like to thank all the teachers involved in the Power Hour of Learning as they continue to teach the children of Ontario from their homes."

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