Crystal expects a rooster to crow when the sun comes up but learns her new friend wants to finish his morning routine first. The bears learn that routines can make you feel ready to accomplish your task.
Listen to a story full of alliteration and billy cart driving bugs called 'Glitch' read by the author Michelle Worthington. Make a little matchbox car out of recycled materials. Dimity Powell reads her book about a pigeon 'Pippa'. Get active with some yoga moves inspired by transport. Every episode of Reading@Home TV is accompanied by an Auslan interpreter.
The bears explore all the ways they can move their bodies. In pretend play, they copy the movements and positions of other animals. Crystal learns that she can express her imagination through movement.
In this episode of Reading@HomeTV, listen to a story about music and make connections to the story with 'The Flying Orchestra' by Clare McFadden. Get crafty and learn how to make a guitar out of a tissue box and other materials from around the house. There's also a rhyming story all about animals 'Funky Chicken: A Bushy Tale of Crocs and Chooks' read by the author Chris Collin. Plus, learn some animal yoga moves. Every episode of Reading@Home TV is accompanied by an Auslan interpreter.
Melody's friends learn to respect her right to do things the way she wants, and Melody learns to have the confidence to stick with her plan despite her friends thinking it isn't great.
Queen Victoria lovingly forces several of her children to go on Historical First Dates, Leopold Mozart retires his daughter aged 18, and the Brontes sing about Sisterhood.
It's time to use all the tools in the kit to put together Ted's story. How will it turn out?
Sam is a big fan of The Maze Runner. Let's find out how to put together a costume from the book by James Dashner.
In this lesson, Mrs Jegers teaches you how to make connections when reading. She demonstrates how to use prior knowledge and clues from her character clue bag to make an inference.
Fred Sirieix guides Rattus through the horrible history of manners, including the benefits of not holding farts in; Puritan dating; and Jane Austen visits Historical Love Island.
History tells of great minds coming together to achieve great things. It also tells of idiots combining to make an unholy mess. We look at some of the best and worst collaborations.
In this lesson, you will learn how to find and use base words and suffixes. Tahlia demonstrates how to find suffixes in a book, and she provides opportunities for you to build new words using suffixes at home.
The horrible history of (sometimes literally) dressing to kill. Henry VIII has beef over whose armour is best, Louis XV dresses as a hedge, plus Viking Eye for the Saxon Guy.
Victorian fake news, paparazzi, and cameramen strapped to the front of moving trains: Queen Victoria shows you how her subjects invented and became obsessed with films.
In this lesson, Mrs Jegers teaches you how to make predictions about the content of a text. She demonstrates five simple prediction steps you can take as a text detective.
In this lesson, you will learn how to recognise and use alliteration. Tahlia demonstrates how to hear alliteration while reading, and provides the opportunity for you to write your own book using alliteration at home.
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