Find out how a 'Sustainability Squad' makes a difference to the environment and the amount of waste at their school. As well as reusing items at the school and teaching younger students about how to be sustainable, this school has a hive for native bees to encourage pollination.
Get ready for the first day of school with Phoenix. What do you wear at your school? What kinds of things are in your school bag? Do you walk to school? Tell a partner how you felt about starting big school.
Dash wants to ride her scooter but she's not sure how to keep safe. Her young friends have some great tips on how to ride safely and cross the road safely. Do you like to ride your scooter or bike on the footpath? How do you keep safe when riding and crossing the road?
Stacey spends time with some young Aboriginal people aka 'jarjums' and experiences some traditional dance, music, food, fire making and tools. What is a dilly bag? How was the face paint for corroborees traditionally made? What does 'jarjums' mean in English? Do you know any other Aboriginal language?
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A Current Affair catches up with Australia's most popular children's book author Andy Griffiths. Find out how Andy collaborates with illustrator Terry Denton and his wife, who is also his editor, to create the best selling novels.
The Junior Masterchef contestants don beekeeper suits and have a go at getting honey out of a hive.
Em visits Indigiscapes to celebrate NAIDOC week. What is NAIDOC week? What kind of things inspire the artist in the clip? How are symbols used in Aboriginal art?
The Australian government says Indigenous designs are being copied in overseas factories and sold to tourists, which is robbing Australian artists of income. BtN explains why the fact that the majority of Aboriginal art sold as souvenirs are made overseas is a big problem.
Australia has some pretty extreme weather. Jesse explains how taking measures earlier can prevent these extreme weather events from having a catastrophic effects later.
Do you know when the wheel was invented? What about the flushing toilet? Find out when these inventions we take for granted everyday were invented along with some other life changing inventions such as penicillin and the telephone. What everyday problem or task would you like to solve or make easier? What kind of invention might help you? Design your own invention and explain your design to a friend.
Test your knowledge of simple machines with this Brainbuzz quiz on levers, wedges and more! Brainstorm all the places where you have seen these types of simple machines. What kinds of materials can these machines be made from? How could you make one of these machines to make an everyday task easier?
Stacey meets a farmer who has a team of bullocks and uses them in the way farmers did in the past. What makes bullocks good for pulling heavy loads on a farm? How does the farmer control the bullock team? Why did farmers stop using bullocks? When did farmers stop using bullocks in Australia?
You may have heard the term 'contact tracing' in the news lately. BtN explains what contact tracing is and how contact tracers do their job. Why is it important to do contact tracing when there is a bad virus spreading about the community? How might contact tracers find out where people with the virus have been? Does contact tracing always work to contain the spread of viruses?
Get some great tips on how to film videos by the ocean and even underwater. What kind of equipment does Ocean use to help him make his videos? What kind of equipment could you construct for helping filmmaking? What might be some of the challenges when filming outside? What makes a good video?
Listen to the story 'Respect' by Aunty Fay Muir and Sue Lawson. What kind of animals are in the story? What kind of plants are in the story? Who else does the little girl in the story respect? What were some of the traditional musical instruments that Dave showed us? Why is it important to show respect for different cultures?
Enjoy this picture book by Steve Antony about a boy who has a pet dragon! Do you have a pet? Or an imaginary friend? Turn to a friend and tell them about your imaginary friend or maybe just a special toy that keeps you company. What kinds of things does the boy do with his dragon friend? Can you find some action words in this story?
WWF has released a report on how many animals were affected in the bushfires early this year and what impact it had on the wildlife.
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