Beakman shares some trivia about islands. He then shows a pool of water with two islands in it. He drains the water to show that the islands are really the tops of mountains. Using an animated clip, he explains the various ways that islands are formed.
Sabrina illustrates the different types of landforms that exist and explains how each of them is created. The landforms she covers are: mountains, valleys, plateaus, deserts, islands, and deltas. She explains that landforms are one of the ways that nature has shaped the Earth.
Art has long captured the tremendous beauty of earth and its climate, as well as its variability and our powerlessness to it. The things humans make come from the earth and are also highly susceptible to it. Art can help reveal the world around us, frame it, amplify it and also highlight our precarious relationship to it. Today we take a look at some paints that capture these expression of the earth and look back to see how people from the past have made artwork and objects that speak to it in some way
The CyberSquad is on an island and needs to visit Dr. Marbles. The group members have a map but don't know where they are on the island, so they head to the shore. Once at the shore, they use landmarks to determine where they are on the map. From there, they figure out which direction and how far to travel in order to reach the doctor.
To escape the island, the CyberSquad must reach before sunset one of the portals that Motherboard has placed on the island at random. The group uses the map to determine the distance to each portal and accounts for facts such as steep climbs and bridges being down. The kids and Digit decide to take the rapids to the bay, where they successfully reach the portal.