Find out how to bring a puppet to life in this clip from Totally Wild. Puppeteer Chris has made a huge puppet of a peacock spider to go with the spider exhibition at the Queensland Museum. How can you make a puppet animated, lifelike and engaging? Why did Chris choose the peacock spider for his exhibition puppet? What kind of materials can be used to make a puppet?
Behind the News explains the history behind the atomic bomb and how it came to be used by the US army to help end World War II. August 6, 2020 marks 75 years since the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, causing mass death, destruction and long term damage due to the lasting effects of radioactive waste and fallout left behind.
BtN explains why many people are campaigning for the age that children can be put in youth detention to be raised from 10 to 14. Star of the documentary In My Blood it Runs, Dujuan, went all the way to Geneva to state his case. More than half of the young people in youth detention are indigenous and many believe this form of punishment creates more harm than good. The Government has stated they will not raise the age until an alternative system is in place for those young people who need it.
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?
Feeling down? The Totally Wild team has a range of easy ways to lift your mood. From exercise to journal writing, trying something new might just make you feel better. What are some signs that you might be feeling sad or overwhelmed? What kinds of things help your mental health and well being? Who can you talk to about your feelings?
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.
Learn about one of the most important pillars of Islam and how Covid-19 is affecting the pilgrimage this year.
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Did you know some people have bearded dragons as pets? Native to Australia, these reptiles can make great pets! Find out how to look after one and what else you need to know about these spiky creatures. What do bearded dragons like to eat? What kind of features do reptiles have? What makes up a good habitat for a bearded dragon? Why does the tank need a heat lamp? Would you like to have a bearded dragon as a pet? Why or why not?
Brooke shows us how to tie dye a t shirt with the 'bullseye' pattern. All you need is a white t shirt, tie dye powder, water, rubber bands, a ziplock bag and gloves.
Jesse learns the basics of scuba diving at his local pool before heading out into the ocean. What are some differences between snorkelling and scuba diving? Why is it important to get the equipment set up properly? What kind of creatures might you see in a coral reef in Australia?
Em gives us some tips and information on how to reduce waste. What is landfill? What do the three R's stand for? What are some things people in the community are doing to reduce the amount of waste ending up in landfill? How can you reduce the amount of waste you produce in your house?
Make your own funny, clucking chicken puppet. You will need a paper coffee cup, glue, a skewer, string, paper clip, tape, scissors, a small piece of cloth and anything you'd like to decorate your chicken.
Dujuan's teacher reads to the class about the arrival of Captain Cook from the 'Australia Book' (printed in 1952). Later, Dujuan notes that the history he learns from his culture is told in Aboriginal language, not English. Why is it important to look at history from multiple perspectives? What kind of message is sent to young Aboriginal people when they are only exposed to history at school written by English speaking, non Aboriginal Australians? Discuss the footage from the old newsreel, how d
Why is it important for Dujuan to visit Sandy Bore? What kind of education does he receive when he is at his Grandma's homeland? How could Dujuan's school support the education he receives from his Grandma and show recognition of the importance of this place for him? Why is it so important to Dujuan's Grandma that her language of Arrente is passed down to future generations?
The teacher is a little flustered and lacks confidence reading the dreaming story to Dujuan and his classmates. How could she improve in her delivery of this story? How could the students be more engaged during this story telling?
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