It's the school footy match. Big Cuz reluctantly agrees to be the commentator, while Little J boasts he'll kick 20 goals. He's devastated when he breaks his arm at practice.
It's USA day, as Nick visits a junior baseball team, we discover some lesser-known American sports, plus our players take on a doughnut-eating competition and a putrid American smoothie.
Find out what's going on in the world with these explainers designed for children, featuring stories that are relevant and easy to understand.
In these 10-minute lessons, Australian teachers teach fundamental skills in literacy.
Creepy crawlies are slimy, squashy, stingy little pests. Or so we all think but they've got a thing or two to say about that. The insects invite us into their alien world to set the record straight.
Need a Book Week costume idea? This is Cara's guide to dressing up like the Princess in Black.
The elegant and graceful sea angel fish is a fast swimmer, which would be useful in getting away if their sticky coating didn't already keep away predators.
Denise Scott and Play School's Henny Penny come together to razzle and dazzle us, with Auslan interpreted by Paula Bun.
It's four quarters of action in this netball spectacular. Nick tries to keep up with Queensland Firebirds, we cut a netball shoe in half and our players hit up a giant netball obstacle course.
The school sleepover is exciting and challenging. Little J's scared of the dark and Big Cuz still sleeps with her teddy. Can they get through the night with some help from their friends?
Max and Isaac interview their Grandma Trish or 'Dubbo' about the walk for reconciliation that happened in May 2000. She explains why it was an important day for Aboriginal Australians and we learn about the Gomeroi nation, which is where the boys' family is from.
The May 28, 2020 is the 20th anniversary of the Walk for Reconciliation. Find out more about the bridge walk, the events leading up to it, and its lasting impact on the country. Hear from some kids who speak to their grandma about what the bridge walk meant for her as an Indigenous Australian. The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on many people in the creative industries. Thylacine enthusiasts have unearthed forgotten footage of the last known Tasmanian Tiger. Many people have been adopting dogs and cats during COVID-19, however, some animal welfare groups are worried about what will happen to these animals when life returns to normal.
Meet a tiny little worker ant. He takes a quick break from his duties to tell us about his colony in an ant hill. This heavy lifter can pick up 20 times his own body weight, plus he's got the largest brain among insects.
The shark shows us they're harmless to humans ... mostly, but their excellent sense of smell helps them find other food sources to use their many rows of sharp teeth on.
Pull your socks up, it's all about Aussie rules. Nick visits a world-class stadium, we discover the science of kicking and our players test their passing skills in Bungee-Aussie rules.
Little J and Big Cuz are worried when Old Dog goes missing after a big storm. Surely with Uncle Mick in their search party they'll find him. Meanwhile, cheeky Old Dog is safe and sound, causing havoc.
Miss White teaches you how to complete formal addition problems without regrouping. She demonstrates how to set up and solve the addition questions correctly.
In this lesson, Miss James teaches you how to solve subtraction problems using counters and pictures. She demonstrates how to set up and solve the subtraction questions.
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