Friendship and greed are explored in an episode in which the kids vie to accumulate “gold coins” from an old parlor game. Horace gets so caught up that he forgets about making an anniversary gift for his parents. That's when he learns who his friends are.
Learning social skills is the theme of an episode in which Wimzie's talking too much about what she's learning about birds. So the kids tell her to stop and she does so. Completely. That becomes a problem when a nest falls from a tree and she's the only one who knows what to do.
Wimzie embellishes a story about what she did on Family Career Day, and learns a lesson in honesty when the kids become too impressed. She said that she saved someone from a fire, so the kids decide to throw a party in her honor.
Kids can love both their caregivers and their moms. Loulou learns this lesson the hard way after she tells her mom that Yaya's like “a second mother” to her. This hurts her mom's feelings. So she decides to avoid Yaya---which hurts Yaya's feelings.
Honesty is the theme of an episode in which Bo and Horace accidentally drop “The Ugly Scary Statue” that Rousso's sister Alice had given him. Should they tell what happened? And should Rousso tell Alice that he thinks the statue is ugly and scary?