Bring rhyme, narrative and character analysis into your classroom with The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and other Julia Donaldson favourites. Compare classic stories and fractured fairy tales with Shrek and Ella Enchanted. And analyse texts and justify interpretations with The Lost Thing and Charlotte's Web.
Introduce basic counting and addition with Numberblocks. Develop knowledge of angles, describe routes and recognise fractions with MathXplosion. Consolidate students’ understanding of percentages and apply it to food waste in Ecomaths. And orientate your class to map scales and rotating shapes with Look Kool.
How would you survive if your favourite meal no longer existed? Discover some of the ways producers around the world are trying to secure our food supply, develop sustainable goods amid climate change and minimise waste — and see what we can all do to help.
Develop a better understanding of mental illness from the stories of people who live with, the doctors who treat and the scientists who study depression and anxiety.
Animated versions of the much loved books by Julia Donaldson. See the Gruffalo, Stick Man, the Highway Rat, Zog and the witch from Room on the Broom come to life with delightful animations, superb music and celebrity voices.
Year 12 exams can be a stressful time for students. With a range of topics covered from sleep to self-esteem these videos can help equip students with coping strategies plus advice from scientific experts and pearls of wisdom from notable Australians.
Join some of the world's pilgrims on their journeys of personal and spiritual discovery, as they challenge their souls as much as their soles. Start with Martin Sheen on the Camino de Santiago or take a dip in the Ganges (and Hinduism) with Shaun Micallef.
Full in moral lessons, cautionary tales and dark humour, Roald Dahl's stories have inspired some of the world's favourite children's movies. So dive into the rich, chocolate river of the author's imagination on September 13 with everything from Charlie and the Chocolate factory to Revolting Rhymes.
Students may not remember a world before the internet but that doesn't mean these canny digital natives know everything. Yet. So prepare your students for the knowledge economy with Citizen Code's series of short animated introductions to key concepts in digital technology and design. <br> <br> Simplify the world of algorithms and computational thinking. Explain how designers transform ideas into reality. Demonstrate the difference between an ordinary machine and an autonomous robot. Take a closer look at pixels and expose the secrets of cryptology and encryption. Reveal how cookies and geolocation data are used to track people online. Then get a new perspective on augmented and virtual reality, before diving into the world of the internet of things, connected objects and an intelligent couch.
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.