You will learn about how particles behave when they are exposed to higher temperatures. Diana will conduct experiments to show you how a gas, liquid and solid behave differently when they are heated.
In this lesson, you will learn about a property of matter called density. Diana will conduct experiments to answer the question 'Why do things sink and float?'.
In this lesson, you will learn why scientists organise living and non-living things in a logical order. Diana will show you how to construct a dichotomous key for classification.
In this lesson, Diana will teach you how the Earth rotates and revolves in space, and then she'll show you how to make your own model to answer the question: how do day and night occur?
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?
We meet American musician Charles Van Kirk, who’s travelled to Iceland to make music out of glaciers! It turns out the massive ice rivers are more melodic than you might think, and Charles says he wanted to use their songs to remind people of what the world might lose because of climate change.
Walk to school with 12 year old Rebekka who lives on a farm in the Swiss countryside. Rebekka is visually impaired but is able to walk to school on her own and lead an independent life. Learn what life is like for Rebekka as she navigates the world with only 20 percent vision.
Walk to school in Tokyo with 11 year old Yamabuki and find out what life is like for a schoolboy in Japan. Hear about his experience during the 2011 earthquake, his worries and hopes for the future.
Actor and activist Yael Stone meets Julia in Sydney's inner west, visiting her primary school and the theatre she performed her first play before heading to her home south of Sydney to discuss her search for authenticity.
Two groups of children encounter one another on a small piece of land in a lake they both live by. Each try to claim the land as theirs, role-playing as enemy pirates. Based on the Arthur Ransome novel.
Filmed in the Canadian Arctic, this program identifies and explores the physical and human factors, including climate change, that affect carbon and water cycles in the tundra.
Compound interest will be one of the most important things you ever learn. Don't believe it? Gen Fricker will explain why. Learn how compound interest works and why saving now can help you later.
In the hide-out, Chlorine is trapped in Carbon's buckyball and Gold is put behind bars. When released, Ethanol takes him on a guided tour of the completed Project D.
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Planning to get rich quick by investing one day? Before you jump in, let Gen Fricker explain some of the risks involved with different types of investments.
In a secret location, Copper and Silver separate Chlorine from Potassium. Gold and Chlorine return to Carbon's secret school - but cannot find Fluorine and Oxygen. Carbon appears, and Gold and Chlorine flee.
Based on the fairytale by 17th-century French writer Charles Perrault, this film is an original reworking of his classic tale. Civil war rages, devastating the land. Out of despair, Tom's parents decide to abandon their five children in the depths of a dark forest. Original title: Le Petit Poucet. In French.
Think credit cards are basically free money? Gen Fricker will make you think again. Learn how interest rates and fees affect the money you borrow and why they may be more expensive in the long run.
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