This clip discusses why it is important to keep ourselves clean.
This clip looks at how rice is grown.
Demonstrates features of an apartment building and how they function.
This clip shows children getting their ears checked by a nurse and testing their hearing. It also discusses keeping them clean a
This clip looks at the ways in which supermarkets are designed.
Join Rachel as she goes food shopping at the market with her mum and sister. We learn about different types of Chinese vegetables, fish and noodles.
People explain different ways they can tell it's going to rain, including looking at clouds and watching animals.
Emma and Rhys make some springy paper frogs and count how many bugs their frogs can catch.
Tao reads a picture book about a rainy day on Play School
Despite being swallowed by a whale, Dory remains confident and reassures Marlin they'll still find Nemo.
Fun, visual participation. Get your whole class to call out the answers as we learn to count to 10, with a special focus on number 6.
This clip looks at how we use muscles and bones to move.
We need to look after our body as we grow and get old. This includes giving it healthy food, exercise to make our heart and musc
This educational clip gives Y1-2 students a good introduction to the beach and how kids can stay safe when they visit the seasid
Different scenarios encourage young viewers to think about how rain affects them.
This clip provides an overview of the process of paper being recycled into cardboard boxes
This clip presents an overview of the process of recycling aluminium cans.
This clip looks at safety around the pool and what to do if you are in need of help. It also shows what to do to help someone wh
This clip reviews the potential hazards and unsafe situations in the home looked at throughout the program.
Help students identify potential hazards and unsafe situations in the bathroom.
Indigenous author, David Hardy... reads his story, Alfie's Search for Destiny to a group of students.
Author, Kirra Somerville reads her story that she wrote when she was in Year 4.
This clip looks at how fresh apples are processed into apple juice and apple cider vinegar.
This clip briefly highlights the tradition of writing a note to Santa and giving and receiving Christmas gifts.
This clip looks at the importance of keeping your teeth clean and eat healthy food. It shows some children getting a check up at
This clip from Waabiny Time: Colours And Numbers - Ep 2 of 13, demostrates counting in Noongar language.
This clip looks at the structure of family and highlights an event that families participate in together.
This clip shows an art activity of making a paper plate photo frame for a photo of the family.
This clip illustrates some of the Christmas traditions people follow. Traditions such as sending cards, making presents, putting
Song about heart, head, hands and legs sung in Noongar language
This clip introduces how our brain receives messages from our senses and computes them, then sends messages back to our body to
Alex and Emma knead and roll dough to make buns in the shape of numbers 1, 2 and 3 in the Play School kitchen.
Dodly and Flynn are busy making the final preparations for their Christmas celebration and look at some of the traditions surrou
In this clip, Doddly tells Flynn a 'scary' story that involves addition.
This clip looks at the way in which families from Vietnamese cultures celebrate the birthday of a baby.
This clip highlights stories told by different members of an Indigenous family.
Explores the reasons why we have tall buildings and purposes of different tall buildings
This clip highlights the importance to Indigenous families of celebrating NAIDOC and can be used to look at how families commemo
This clip details that there are maar keny bonar, six seasons in the Noongar year and outlines what happens in each of them.
explores how the centre's architects took many things into account as they began the design process, facilities that help people
This clip shows the process of harvesting rice crops, delivering to the storage shed, milling and packing for transport to the s
This clip explains how hot weather makes us feel and how our bodies react to it. It also looks at how some animals and plants ad
This clip encourages us to think about the sort of hot weather we experience - is it hot and dry or hot and humid? Sun safety me
This clip shows how milk gets from the cow to the table. To produce milk cows need lush green grass and a calf, as they produce
Time for Treats - Knowing what a two digit number represents
Year 1: from The Number Crew Numbers and Number System 1- Ep 3 (pa
This shows how some animals adapt to cold conditions through their behaviour and physical features.
This clip highlights why apple trees grow apples? It all starts with the honey bee.
This clip explores the bread making processes from the factory production line to the small scale local bakery to a mother and d
Amanda Holden reads That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Brown by Cressida Cowell and Neal Layton
Dirtgirl and Scrapboy outline some waterwise techniques that everyone can follow.
This animated clip introduces Y1 students to the beach environment and the activities and objects kids can find there.
Dirtgirl sings a song about the importance of rain and water.
Dirtgirl is on a mission to save every little drop of water she can.
Julian Clary reads The Hairy Toe illustrated by Daniel Postgate to Bookaboo.
Fun, visual participation. Get your whole class to call out the answers as we learn to count to 10, with a special focus on number 10.
Fun, visual participation. Get your whole class to call out the answers as we learn to count to 10, with a special focus on number 5.
This clip works through labelling eyes, ears, noses, hands and feet - 'me' in Noongar language.
Andrew reads a book about animals called Come By Chance
Book reading from Play School
Jay demonstrates how to make guacamole and then make it into a vegetable face
Learn Nyungar terms for the body in the context of playing in the park in this Use It segment.
Waabiny Time reveals that NAIDOC Week is a time that moort (family) gather to koort kwobikin (celebrate) Aboriginal culture, and describe a number of other Nyungar terms.
Zaib Shaikh shares the book Whiffy Wilson, the Wolf Who Wouldn't Wash by Caryl Hart with Bookaboo
Waabiny Time singers introduce a number of Nyungar terms to describe feelings.
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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