Construction Site

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The adventures of talking construction vehicles teach preschoolers about teamwork and creative problem solving.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 11/16/2001

Season 1, Episode 8
When there's cement mix to be moved and Carrie's feeling fired up, nothing can stop her - nothing except a flat battery that is! / Carrie and Diggs are scouting for rivets for their collections when Bozer tells everyone that today's job is to clear out an old dock. While in the dock, Carrie spots a trunk full of rivets and greedily tries to pick the whole lot up with her forks.

Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 6/12/2000

Season 2, Episode 8
Scooch would like a bit more space in the idle house but Diggs and Carrie aren't giving an inch. But when he is the first to take up residence in the new site building, it's Scooch that ends up allocating space. / The machines are stuck in the Idle House and wondering what to do, when they come up with the clever idea of telling stories.

Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 12/17/1999

Season 1, Episode 5
Diggs has a shiny new attachment and is very proud of it. That is until Bozer tells him it's needed on an important new job and Diggs realizes that he doesn't know what it does! / Diggs pleads with Bozer to let him wear some new, really fashionable treads. After tearing down an old warehouse, Bozer asks Diggs to check inside the old water cooler before Carl demolishes it.

Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 11/26/1999

Enter the world of "Construction Site," a special place beyond the fence where, through the antics and adventures of trucks and construction machines, children are exposed to important messages about the nature of learning, thinking, and behaving. Children learn along with Digs and his friends as they explore strategies and behaviors for learning and doing their best.

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Premise: The adventures of talking construction vehicles teach preschoolers about teamwork and creative problem solving.

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