The series provides a balanced perspective of the country and uses illustrated graphics maps to help locate the children geographically. Each film focuses on an element of the child's daily life - be it home, school, family or play - and shows how each individual geographical setting moulds and influences these routines. Today, Zhao Zhenhui shows us the beautiful karst peaks and life on the banks of the Li River.
Animated traditional stories explained by the Elders including the Dolphin NSW and the Wanka Manapulpa Minyma, WA.
Last weekend thousands of Aussies headed to North East Arnhem Land for the Garma festival. It's an annual celebration of Yolngu and other Indigenous cultures and an important forum for talking about the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. As usual, there were plenty of young Australians at Garma and we asked some of them to show us around and tell us why the festival is important to them.At this year's Garma Festival there was a lot of talk about constitutional recog
Meet the upcoming Aboriginal singer Indigo Ellis (13) who shares her lost connections with the Stolen Generation and tries to reconnect with music.
Dhanggati elder Bob Smith tells granddaughter Shaylan the legend of the goanna spirit that lives on Mount Sugarloaf (aka Barralbarayi).
Link with quality literature unit "Alfred's War"
Elder Moort goes fishing and is keen to show the children what an experienced hunter he is. He spots a long neck turtle in the swamp and positions himself on a log only to feel it move beneath him.
This show is about games. We learn the Darug word for playing, meet todays guest Yaarnz man, Paul Sinclair, and Uncle Chris shows us how to use ochres as paint.
The children go down to the Paperbark Billabong, hoping to see the strange creature which the Elder Moort tells them lives in the water. Moort describes the noise made by the creature as "Baoloo-Oo."
This show is about the night sky and the traditional significance of the stars for Darug people.
This show is about reading the land and making sense of the weather.
This episode is about celebrations, including Naidoc Week. Jessica Mauboy sings Up Down. A diablo expert shows his skills and we learn more words in the Darug language.
This episode is about how we use our senses to smell, touch, taste, hear and see. We see Chris Sarra as a little boy. Storytime is The Two-Hearted Numbat. We learn about Aboriginal fish traps.
We see how everything has a life cycle. Kerrianne Cox sings Bush Tucker song. Lillii Pilli shows her Nan's backyard. Storytime is Caterpillar and Butterfly.
This episode is about what makes us special. Dr Chris Sarra explains how kids can train teachers by building up classroom credits. Gawura classroom kids from St Andrews School dance to Max's Groove School Rap.
Today's theme is water. Uncle Jimmy Little is our special guest. We learn the Darug word Wida means water. Joshua and the Two Crabs is the story, and we learn about a canoe tree relic in the bush.
This episode teaches us about opposites. We learn Darug words for day and night. David Page is our special guest. Hear the story of Loongie the Greedy Crocodile and share our lesson on Caring for Country.
This episode highlights the importance of friendship. The special guest is rapper Munki Muk.
The Yarramundi Kids speak about being Darug mob from Sydney area. Our guest today is Kerrianne Cox. The Darug Dreaming story is Wagan, the Crow.
Our guest is comedian Sean Choolburra. We learn a new word in the Darug language, hear a story about Bip the Snapping Bungaroo, see Jannawi Dance Theatre and learn the importance of ant mounds.
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