Ten short films aimed at getting seven to 11-year-old children interested in books.
Come along with Leah and Jonny as they create a golf ball painting, make some apricot balls, play with some clay and see a messy montage. Plus, take a look through the windows at a visit to an Indian sweet shop.
Bluey is running a taxi service. Her first passenger is businessman Dad, who is in a rush to get to the airport. But with unexpected delays, Dad's in danger of missing his flight.
A world record attempt for most T-shirts worn in 60 seconds; we look inside Luis Suarez's lunch box and find pizza; then the final challenge 'smashhes' together horse racing and golf.
Join Rachael and Luke as they get messy making slime, create mop and broom puppets, paint different hairstyles onto a clear screen, see a messy montage and look through the windows at a dog getting washed.
Bluey can't wait to get to the monkey bars as Dad takes her and Bingo on a wagon ride to the park. But her patience is tested when Dad keeps stopping to chat with other grown-ups.
We get the how-to on hockey, take to the streets to have a go at street art, and walk tall when we try on a pair of stilts.
The kids of Australia vote on the greatest Australian Olympian; an Aussie thrower gives us a lesson in javelin; then the players take on the ultimate soccer battle.
In this episode, Teo and Rachael create moon sand! Join them as they make a colourful sand picture, play with a Knock Down Machine, see a messy montage and look through the windows at a demolition site.
Playing 'shops' is the best game ever for Bluey and her friends - if they can ever get started. With Bluey questioning the rules and changing who's who, they might be here all day.
It's time to hold on tight as we take to the air with indoor flying, take off when we test drive a two-wheeled board, and shoot high on the basketball court.
A text from an NBA star reveals his secret love of fingernail biting, an ice-hockey pro shows us how to body-check, and our players take on an Aussie Rules Triathlon.
Packing for the pool, Bluey and Dad tease Mum about being so fussy with what to take. But when they arrive underprepared, they realise a little planning goes a long way.
Come along with Luke and Leah as they have some fun playing in mud, create balloon animals, dress up as tigers, see a messy montage and have a look through the windows at an automatic car wash.
This episode we take a slide in a V8 go-cart, serve up a couple of tennis pros and, if you're in the mood for cute, tune in because we've got baby meerkats.
Bluey, Bingo, Mum and Dad play a game of hand puppets. They explore the land beyond the Blue Mountains, where they outsmart the Cheeky Fox to find the softest beds in the world.
A peak inside Maria Sharapova's lunch box reveals she likes cookies, and our players chase a world record for most balloons popped in 45 seconds.
Hamza is looking at and through lenses on his quest for a perfect pair of glasses. He wants glasses that will let him see all the way to Mars, as well as see microscopic stuff.
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