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The melody of the song Kimee sings in Paris, "Going Walking", was last heard in "Action Jobs".
The "Build Them Up" song Pirate Karla sings was first used in the episode, "Bodies: Arms and Legs".
The song, "We're Hi-5", was previously heard in "Wishes: When I Grow Up".
Chatterbox's tongue-twister song contains onscreen sing-along lyrics.
Is the story in this episode similar to the fairy tale, The Three Billy Goats Gruff?
The mary-go-round song was first sung in the episode, "Fantasy Games", but in a different key.
The waltzing song in this episode was first heard in "Silly Day Games", only it was sung in a different key.
The "slippery slidy thing to do" skating song Karla sings was previously used in the episode, "Water Animals".
When two words are combined together to form one, it's known as a compound word.
The pyramid song Shaun sings had different lyrics than the one sung in the episode, "Adventure in Other Countries", though it had the same tune.
In comparison with the Australian version of the song, "Rabbit Dream", some of the lyrics in Jenn's version are somewhat different. One part of the Australian version goes, "He was chewing on a biscuit while playing games of cricket", whereas in the American version it goes "He was chewing on a cookie while playing games of hockey."
The dragon song heard during the story is sung to the tune of "Dragon Dance" which was first heard in the episode, "Adventure Around the House".
In the story, Steve the football player (played by Curtis) has the number 34 on his jersey.
The song, "Funky Reggae Music", heard in this episode had different lyrics than the regular version. The song will be heard again in a later episode, "Music from Around the World".
The "Fishy Wobble" song Karla sings is sung to the tune of "Belly Wobble", which was first played in "Fun Machines".
The music heard at the beginning of the story in this episode is the music of "Night Time, Sleep Time". The song will be heard in a later episode, "Bodies: Movement".
The song heard in the part where Karla plays her stop-and-go dancing game is the music of "Rock 'n Roll". This song was originally performed by the Australian Hi-5 and appears on the Boom Boom Beat album, released in 2001. This song will be heard again in a later episode, "Music: Instruments".
A spider isn't an insect, it is an arachnid. Insects have only six legs.