When the forest animals find round copper and silver colored shapes in their forest, they don’t know what the mysterious objects could be. They need help solving this mystery. Lucky for them, Sir Oliver is there and explains these round shapes are human coins.
While sorting the shapes into first different colors and then different sizes, the excited animals learn the value of coins. For instance, the copper one is a penny and worth one cent, while the silver one is a nickel worth five. The animals then add up all their discovered money.
By working together with Sir Oliver’s help, the forest creatures transport the coins to an old country store, where they buy some amazing things! You can learn about money, too, with the help of friendly wild animals on an educational adventure.