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With the help of Pig the Pug, teacher Tahlia demonstrates how to spot suffixes in a book and reveals how to build new terms with base words.
Have you ever been called a bully? Pip has some advice on what to do if you're part of the problem and how to make amends.
Sally Sara catches up with photographer Devin Allen whose images of Baltimore riots ended up in Time Magazine in 2015 when protestors took to the streets after the death of Freddie Gray at the hands of police. How can visual images such as photographs highlight issues and inequality in the world? How has mobile phone technology and social media communication technology changed over the years from 2015 to 2020?
Omar makes a table of the agents' badge numbers and notices all the agents who have odd numbers get pulled into the void. How do you know if a number is odd or even? Roll a dice 20 times and record the numbers in a table, how many odd numbers did you roll? How many even numbers did you roll?
Test your knowledge of the refugee experience and some of the challenges displaced persons face after watching Go Back to Where You Came From Live.
With the issues on our doorstep in 2020, what is our planet telling us? How do we support one another, stay connected and make changes to protect each other and our planet? Schools around Australia were invited to help answer those questions in a Film By ... Aussie Kids World Environment Film Festival. Explore the work of the finalists here.
In October 2018 eight Australians with conflicting views on asylum seekers went back to where those refugees came from. Join them on a journey of intercultural and ethical understanding of war.
Meet the poster puppy of unstructured play, as Bluey and her family and friends explore their world through games at home or discoveries outside the house.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.