A trick of misdirection using just a few plastic bottles and some balloons. Try it for yourself and bamboozle your friends with this easy trick that also demonstrates the science behind air pressure.
Find out why toilets save lives and what the United Nations is aiming for when it comes to sanitation. Imagine life without working toilets? How many people in the world live without toilets and proper sanitation? Why is it dangerous to not have sanitation around drinking water and washing water?
Watch and learn about the history of the television. When was television first invented? What did the first transmission look like? How has television changed over the years? Why is television important?
Clare shows us how to grow vegetables using only water. What is this form of gardening known as? What other vegetables or plants might grow well using this method? Try it for yourself using a potato, lettuce or even an onion. All you need is a glass, water, some toothpicks and of course sunlight.
Clare tells us all about how humans grow from the time we are babies. What are some important things we need in order to grow? Does everyone grow in the same way? Why or why not? Which parts of our body grow the fastest? How tall was the tallest man ever recorded?
Can you pat your tummy and rub your head at the same time? What about if you swap hands? Was it easier or harder? Have a go at Clare's fun and tricky physical challenges and see how we can trick our senses and eventually retrain our brains.
You may know the 5 senses, but did you know that balance is also one of our bodies' senses? Try these centre of balance tricks and see if you can do better than the Brainbuzz challengers.
Learn all about the 'Great Air Race' from England to Australia in 1919. What did Ross and Keith Smith do during World War I? Whose idea was it to challenge pilots to fly from England to Australia in 30 days? Why was it a dangerous challenge? What were the planes made from in those days? What was the name of the type of plane the Smith brothers flew in the challenge? What were the four roles of the men in the aeroplane?
Find out why the air pollution is so bad in Delhi and how young people are coping in the smoggy conditions. What are the environmental factors contributing to the pollution? What are some of the actions being taken to lessen the pollution? Why are the young people in the video feeling frustrated?
A hurricane is spinning air that causes destruction due to the force it creates. Dr Joel shows us how to make our own spinning air machine or 'vortex generator' using only a bucket, scissors, tape and clear plastic. If you can get an adult to help you, you can even make it visible by adding smoke from a smoke machine. Have a go for yourself then try to knock over some cups. How far does the air from your generator reach?
Miguel and Hector wow the audience with their performance of 'Poco Loco', meanwhile Miguel's family are on his tail.
Miguel finally comes face to face with Ernesto De La Cruz. How does he gain Ernesto's attention? How is it revealed that Miguel is a living boy?
The 'Slime Girls' tell us about their slime business and share two recipes for making slime using household ingredients.
The Behind the News team take a closer look at the history of the Melbourne Cup and the horse-racing debate going on in Australia.
In this episode of hands on science Dr Joel shows us how to make bubbles in the shape of cubes using pipe cleaners. Watch and learn about symmetry and spheres then try it for yourself!
What is the difference between a tram and a train? How does a tram driver control the tram? What makes the Gold Coast's trams unique? Learn all about trams in this episode of 'Cool Gig' from Totally Wild.
This easy art and craft activity shows how to make your own jewellery using glue, aluminium foil and gems. A fun activity for kids of all ages. Watch the video then try it for yourself!
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