Justin teaches his new neighbor to borrow instead of steal; During a trip to the moon, the gang learns there's a time for work and a time for play.
The gang learns that a captain can help teammates work together better; Justin faces his fear of bats and finds out they're not so scary after all.
Justin learns that it's sometimes better to ask for help than to try to do something alone; The Scottish Highland games teach the gang about teamwork.
Justin and Squidgy visit India to find out which color is best; Justin must decide which is more important to save: a baby whale or a treasure chest.
A toy that Justin's family receives as a Christmas gift includes a riddle that teaches him and his friends about the value of sharing.
Justin realizes sharing a victory can be more fun than winning alone; While taking a shortcut, the gang finds out that faster isn't always better.
After losing a tooth, Justin learns it's OK to look a little different, because he's still himself; Olive teaches Justin how to behave like a knight.
Justin meets a haka dancer in New Zealand and realizes he can look fierce even without a fancy mask; The gang learns about tempo and rhythm in Japan.
Justin's friend learns the hard way why safety rules must be followed; While making special deliveries, the gang shows different things trains can do.
An Incan king sends the gang on a mission that requires teamwork and following directions; Justin learns quiet is the key to meeting a rare animal.
Justin and his pals follow a trail of clues to find a missing cat; In Mexico, Justin learns to share what he loves instead of keeping it for himself.
Sammy learns he must follow rules at a party if he wants to stay; Justin and Sammy discover digging for dinosaur bones requires patience and care.
A villain is breaking all the clocks around the world, and the gang must race to stop him and show him why timekeeping is so important.