You’re getting to be a big boy. I’m just a kid who’s four. Each day I grow some more. I like exploring. I’m Caillou. So many things to do. Each day is something new. I’ll share them with you. I’m Caillou. My world is turning, changing each day, with mommy and daddy I’m finding my way! Growing up is not so tough, except when I’ve had enough. But there’s lots of fun stuff. I’m Caillou, Caillou, Caillou, I’m Caillou. Eh heh heh heh heh… That’s me It’s time for a story, you guys. Let’s see where Caillou went today. Today’s story is called Caillou at Daycare. It was Caillou’s first day and he was a little bit nervous … I don’t want to go, Mommy, I want to stay with you. Oh, so do I, Caillou, but you know Mommy has to go to work. And Daycare can be fun. Hear that? Hello, I’m Anne Martin, the teacher. And you must be Caillou. Caillou was scared and shy. Now, I’m going to have to go, honey … No. I don’t want you to go, Mommy. I’ll be back, Caillou. Don’t be sad. Even Caillou’s Mommy was sad to leave him at Daycare for the first time … Here, Caillou, have a glass of apple juice. Do you want me to introduce you to the other children? O.K., maybe after your juice then. Hey. Those are my blocks. Mo-oommy. Your Mommy’s gone. Hi. I’m Clementine. What’s your name? Um, Caillou. That’s Leo. He doesn’t like to share. Do you want to play? I’m doing cutouts. See, here’s an apple, and that’s a banana, and this is raisin toast … You can’t eat them though, they’re only pretend. Do you like Daycare? I like staying at my Grandma’s better. That’s where you stay when your Mom and Dad are busy? She’s an artist And I get to play with paints, and brushes, and paper, and crayons, and chalk, and colour pencils … We got all that stuff here. Oh boy. I going to paint a … a robin. I’ll do cutouts of what robins eat. That’s worms. That’s a good robin. C-could you teach me how to paint like that? Sure, Leo, if you teach us how to build a castle. A castle has to have lots of towers. A worm has to have lots of twists. And a robin has to have lots of red. Here, Leo, you can make a flag for the castle. Caillou. We have to make this tower higher … Caillou was having so much fun playing, he didn’t even notice his Mommy and Daddy. Look. I’m making a castle.