Explore our Disneynature collection designed to inform while inspire a desire to protect the planet through connections to nature. Watch true life adventure that documents an adorable baby chimp named Oscar, follow two mother bears as they impart life lessons to their impressionable young cubs or follow a newborn monkey and its mother as they struggle to survive within the competitive social hierarchy of the Temple Troop.
The summer of 2019-20 has been a horrific one for bushfires in Australia. Help your students understand the causes and science of bushfires, and meet the people fighting — and recovering from — the phenomenon.
With classroom-ready clips for term 1, put some of the big issues of the summer in context, and discuss Lunar New Year, Australia Day, Safer Internet Day, Clean Up Australia Day and Harmony Day as well.
Give your students a window to the world with this collection of videos showing how children from all different cultures have things in common, as well as differences. Allow the children to learn about different traditions and folklore through entertaining, animated movies.
From knowing the warning signs to understanding the tectonic forces that cause them, discover the secrets of tsunamis with this collection of documentaries and clips. Together they reveal one of the most powerful natural phenomena shaping and reshaping Earth.
The powerful natural forces that shaped the globe's mountains, oceans and deserts also represent major risks to human life. Fierce Earth reveals how plate tectonics and weather systems make some parts of the world dangerous places to live, what it's like when disaster strikes, and what people do to survive living in those environments in spite of the hazards. <br /><br /> Discover what life is like living in an earthquake zone on a visit to Tokyo and a quake simulator. See how deserts are formed and how people survive in a harsh environment where sandstorms are just a part of life. Visit America's thunder and lightning capital, Florida, with a storm chaser. And meet Tilly Smith, a young hero of the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami who spotted the signs of the disaster approaching from the Indian Ocean.
With little rainfall, desert environments provide hostile living conditions for plants and animals.
Find the science behind extreme weather and climate through various videos in this collection suitable for primary and secondary students.
Ever wondered what it would be like to survive in the bush? The First Nations people use many methods of finding, collecting and processing food in diverse conditions and environment. Discover how they obtain, process and use their food resources in this collection.
Before everybody had GPS devices on hand, the art of mapping was most important for Middle Ages explorers being sent off to discover the "new world" by most monarchs across Europe. Students can explore the art of mapping and topography themselves in this collection.