Lottie has a sweet tooth, she loves candy, and she hasn't been very good about taking care of her teeth. The gang takes a trip inside her mouth to learn about dental care and they meet some interesting characters along the way.
It's a hot day at the Playhouse and everyone wants to go swimming. SeeMore tries to take them to the beach, lake, and a public pool. It takes a while and a few mishaps before they end up having a great time in the backyard pool.
There's a blizzard coming and everyone has to stay over at the playhouse until the storm passes. SeeMore reminds them to plan ahead and make a safety kit that has everything they need to help them through the storm.
Lottie wants to be named Martha Mouse's helper for a week on her television show. All of her friends help her practice her recipes and gain confidence. They all learn some important safety messages about being safe in the kitchen.
The gang goes to the supermarket to buy food for Lottie's coming home party. Harry and Basil get separated from the rest of the group but luckily they remember the safety rules SeeMore taught them before they left for the store.
Harry wants to get a dog, but he might not be ready for the responsibility yet. SeeMore takes everyone to a very special pet store where they can practice having a pet. They also learn some important safety lessons about how to be safe around all animals, wild and tame.
SeeMore accompanies Harry to the doctor where Harry discovers that going to the doctor isn't scary at all! When they get back to the Playhouse, the other kids surprise Harry by making him the star of a play about his visit to the doctor.
The Playhouse gang is busily cleaning up and reorganizing the playroom when Meesh Meesh discovers SeeMore's library book that is due back the next day! They all set off for the library and learn about the importance of the buddy system and staying with the group.
It's been raining for days at the Playhouse and everyone is bored! The gang decides to put on their very own play about safety around the house, including not climbing over household objects or furniture, not running up the stairs, and staying away from windows.