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Based on the popular books by Rosemary Wells, Timothy Goes to School hronicles the adventures and dilemmas of Timothy, an enthusiastic five-year-old raccoon who is going to kindergarten for the very first time. His adventures and friendships invite young viewers into the world of school, where children play and learn together, feelings may get hurt and friends are there to help.
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Mrs. Jenkins? students are making science projects to display at Hilltop School's open house and Fritz, the class inventor, is going to impress everyone with his rocket ship. When a test flight goes haywire in front of the entire class, Fritz feels humiliated and abandons his experiment. With some encouragement from his friends, the budding scientist finds the confidence to go back to the drawing board.;Doris is inspired to take ballet lessons after watching Grace dance in front of the class. A growing friendship between the two girls comes to an abrupt end when Doris embarrasses Grace by telling their school friends about an amusing mishap in dance class. Both girls discover that dance class isn't as much fun without each other's friendship.
Charles? mom and dad tell him how much he's growing, and he can't wait to get to school to share the big news with his friends. When Mrs. Jenkins? students display full-size cut-outs of themselves, it's clear that Charles is the smallest in the class. Charles soon learns that "smallest" is a relative term when Doris, the biggest in the class, shares her woes of being the smallest in her family.;Yoko is granted permission from her mother to take a cherished set of Japanese figurines to school for Show & Share, on the condition that she take very good care of them. When the special carvings mysteriously disappear, Mrs. Jenkins announces a special lost and found day to look for them. Many lost items are recovered, but sadly, Yoko's figurines are not among them. Seeing how hurt Yoko is prompts the return of the figurines with an apology.
Wanting to become an avid photographer like his dad, Timothy borrows the family camera and tries to capture all of his Hilltop friends on film. When they don't turn out the way he had expected, Timothy is reluctant to show anyone his pictures. After some coaxing, Timothy presents his photos, and much to his surprise, everyone likes them and sees things in his pictures that he hadn't noticed himself.;Lilly and Nora exchange a lucky penny and a pretty stone as a token of their friendship. After Lilly loses the special stone, she's worried that Nora will be upset and no longer want to be her friend. In the end, Nora's not pleased that Lilly lost the special stone, but reassures Lilly that she'll always be her friend...no matter what.
Nora proclaims Timothy is "the greatest" when he recaptures her pet lizard Norman, after its big escape. Timothy enjoys being the object of Nora's admiration until she starts relying too much on his help for every little thing. When Norman escapes again, Timothy desperately hopes that someone else will rescue the lizard and take over the title of "the greatest".;The discovery of an interesting rock in the schoolyard causes a dispute between Fritz and Charles over who will assume its ownership. Timothy finds himself in a real dilemma after being asked to settle the squabble by deciding which friend should keep the rock. Timothy comes to realize that there are some problems you can't solve all by yourself.
Wanting to become an avid photographer like his dad, Timothy borrows the family camera and tries to capture all of his Hilltop friends on film. When they don’t turn out the way he had expected, Timothy is reluctant to show anyone his pictures. / Lilly and Nora exchange a lucky penny and a pretty stone as a token of their friendship. After Lilly loses the special stone, she’s worried that Nora will be upset and no longer want to be her friend.
Juanita has just moved to the Hilltop community and is anxious about her first day at a new school. She feels much better when mama offers to accompany her to Mrs. Jenkins? class. However, throughout the day, each time mama attempts to leave, Juanita is not ready for her to go yet. When it's discovered that mama is celebrating a birthday, Juanita and the class want to give her a party. In the spirit of making it a surprise party, mama is allowed to leave - Juanita is finally able to let her go.;Juanita is ready for the adventure of her new kindergarten class, but she's having difficulty finding her place with eleven classmates who already know each other. Mrs. Jenkins observes Juanita's struggle and explains to her class that they are all crewmembers on the Friend Ship. Timothy volunteers to be the captain of this Friend Ship and helps Juanita make new friends.
The Franks can't help noticing that Charles finishes last place in every event for school sports day. They mistakenly think that Charles must feel bad about his athletic abilities and take it upon themselves to be his personal trainers. When they put him through a rigorous exercise program, Charles repeatedly wanders away. The Franks assume he's discouraged about his progress, but Charles couldn't be happier: he's busy building a spaceship.;Timothy has made a secret valentine for someone and so has Charles. Yoko and Lilly have also made secret valentines for their special friends. In a comedy of errors, no one receives the correct valentine and in order to sort things out, the secret identity of each of the senders has to be revealed.
Jack is a happy baby that does all the things that normal babies do. But in Nora's eyes, he's a messy little brother who takes things and breaks them. She becomes so tired of Jack that she excludes him from the school painting project she's done of her family. Nora has a change of heart when she discovers what a fun and special playmate Jack can be.;Henry's discovery of a twenty-five year old time capsule in the school attic inspires Mrs. Jenkins? class to make one of their own. Lilly decides to offer her favourite doll, but has second thoughts after the time capsule has been sealed and stowed in the school attic for the next generation. When Henry notices that Lilly is feeling sad, he retrieves the time capsule and allows her to switch the real doll, with a painting of it, assuring her that it's just as special a contribution.
Nora fears that her beloved story time with Mom will become a thing of the past when her mother says she'll soon be able to read all by herself. Nora becomes disenchanted with all of the school activities that promote reading skills, including a first trip to the library to borrow her own library books. Nora's concerns are put to rest when she learns that her mother loves reading her stories - and always will.;At her mother's encouragement, Nora proceeds to make a special homemade birthday gift for her friend Yoko. After Nora hears about the great gifts that her friends bought for Yoko, she fears that her birthday present is no longer special enough. Nora is in for a wonderful surprise when she finds out that Yoko not only thinks her present is special, but also it's something she's wanted for quite some time.
The Franks always do everything together, but when Fritz invites them to fly a kite and Timothy asks them to play basketball, the inseparable brothers can't decide with whom they'd rather play. When the twins decide to split up, they discover that doing things as individuals, means they have more things to share when they get back together.; When Mrs. Jenkins invites the class to think about what they'd like to do when they grow up, Yoko is quick to tell everyone that she wants to become a violinist. Through the course of helping others imagine what they would like to be, her interest in teaching grows, leaving her unsure as to what path she should choose. Gentle encouragement from her mother and Mrs. Jenkins helps Yoko learn that she can have more than one aspiration.
Mrs. Jenkins? class is performing a play about taking care of teeth and Yoko has the misfortune of being cast as the villain - the cavity! When Yoko realizes she can offer something unique to the role, her special violin sound effects become the highlight of the show.;The Franks take great pleasure in making everyone laugh with their funny jokes and zany antics, but they pull some pranks that go too far and their classmates are no longer amused. When it's time for the big square dance to begin, the Franks can't find anyone willing to be their partners - including each other. Longing to take part in all the fun, the two brothers apologize to everyone for their behaviour and join the dance.
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