Test your knowledge of Spike Jonze's adaptation of Maurice Sendak's 1963 popular picture book Where the Wild Things Are.
Do you know your thneeds from your truffulas? Your bar-ba-loots from your humming fish? Test your knowledge of this Dr Seuss classic, The Lorax, while thinking about the important environmental messages behind the entertaining story.
Stimulate the concepts of photosynthesis, respiration and enzymes through watching an informative episode by Science Bank and then take the quiz based on these biological changes that all living things experience.
Through the story of two young men watch the historical significant film set in Gallipoli during World War I and then take the quiz based on historical significances during the war.
After watching the documentary Blackfish, take a deeper look at the layers of the film and the way the filmmaker has portrayed SeaWorld and its treatment of killer whales in this short quiz.
Join Percy Jackson on a quest to discover not only the Golden Fleece of Greek mythology, but also the value of courage and friendship. Then confront the challenge that is our quiz.
After taking an adventure into space with a Behind the News special episode about space science take this quiz to actually find out what you know about the mysterious space.
The Castle holds pride of place in the pool room of Aussie popular culture. From its colloquialisms to "the vibe" of land rights, the film reveals much about Australian national identity. So take a gander and see how much you remember.
How do our bodies react to stress? What is an hypodermis? Scope has all the answers to those questions, as well as insights into how your body works and how to treat it well. Life is the real test but try our quiz for starters.
Are monotremes in your curriculum? Watch the Our Animals episodes on Australia's egg-laying mammals with your class and then then test your students on the animals' physical features, food, home and environment and social groups.