Today, kedala, day-time for the ngaangk, the sun and kedalak, night-time is when the miyak the moon comes out.
This clip highlights stories told by different members of an Indigenous family.
This clip shows an art activity of making a paper plate photo frame for a photo of the family.
This clip looks at the structure of family and highlights an event that families participate in together.
This clip discusses why it is important to keep ourselves clean.
This clip shows children getting their ears checked by a nurse and testing their hearing. It also discusses keeping them clean a
This clip looks at the importance of keeping your teeth clean and eat healthy food. It shows some children getting a check up at
This clip looks at the importance of looking after and keeping parts of your face/head and body clean.
A family barbecue is the setting for this clip where the Nyungar terms for family members are used in context.
Stories from family members are used in context to illustrate Nyungar terms for family in this Sand Yarning segment.
See how to make a frame for a family photograph using a paper plate and leaves, and using Nyungar terms to describe family.
Waabiny Time singers introduce a number of Nyungar terms to describe family (moort) and different family members.
Nyungar terms are used to describe a nurse's visit to a school, to describe parts of the body, and how to keep clean and healthy.
Children visit the dentist and learn how to keep their teeth healthy in a clip that uses Nyungar in context.
Nyungar terms for body parts are used in the context of cleanliness and staying healthy in this Sand Yarning clip.
On this leggy episode Dr Rob jumps in to explain all things lower limb! From two legs to four legs, six legs to eight legs, nothing is left out. We kick off with the four-legged variety as we scope out the amazing world of Tetrapods, then check out the incredible past-time of Stilt-Walking! Then we add even more legs with Millipedes, before finding our how to replace a lost human limb with a Prosthetic Leg.
Today, In Noongar Boodgar, Noongar Country there's so much to see. Wano, this way the djet, the flowers and ali bidi, that way you can see the boorn, the trees. Moorditj!
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