*Strong language warning* A wrap up of the best funny, sad and touching moments on Q and A from the last 12 years. Featuring Bill Gates, Julia Gillard, Malcolm Turnbull, Kevin Rudd, Barry Humphries, Jackie Lambie, John Howard and more.
Learn the different theories behind the origins of the Olympic Games. Which Gods were involved? What were some of the first events at the Ancient Olympics in Greece?
Learn about polymers and kinetic energy in this clip from Brainbuzz. Plus, Clare shows us a really cool way to exchange energy between balls to make one go flying!
Watch the clip and learn about potential and kinetic energy then try the activity for yourself. How many balls can you bounce together? Which one gained the most energy? Which one lost the most energy?
Learn about apex predators and why they are important to the food chain.What are some examples of apex predators? How can the health of a predator tell us more about the health of the environment?
The adventurous adventurer explains what happens to food on its journey through the body's digestive system. Learn all about chemical digestion, mechanical digestion, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, pancreas and large intestine.
Why are pollinators so important? What kinds of creatures other than bees are pollinators? How do they spread pollen? What guides the pollinators to the flowers? What are some factors that have led to a decline in the bee population?
What is renewable energy? What types of renewable energy do we use in Australia? Why do we need renewable energy? Why don’t we use renewable energy all the time? What are the advantages of using renewable energy? What are some of the challenges involved with using renewable energy? Watch the clip then do some of your own research on solar, wind and hydro power generation.
Jack visits a school with an indigenous edible garden with bush tucker such as warragal greens, lemon scented grass and wattle seeds. What are some other native plants? Which native plants can be used for cooking and eating? Which native plants are good for making things such as baskets? Why do you have to cook warragal greens before eating?
Learn about the structure of the brain and why we react the way we do to stressful situations. Amanda from the Kids Helpline also teaches us some easy techniques for helping us to calm down and be mindful when we feel stressed.
Where did English come from? Learn how the English language we speak today came to be and see how many languages are connected.
Learn how to communicate without speaking by using the Australian sign language Auslan and read braille.
The BuzzNewzz team tells us about binary code and how computer scientist Grace Hopper changed programming language to make it easier for us to give instructions to a computer. What are the names of the computer programming languages mentioned in the clip? Do you know of any other programming languages?
Learn about projectile motion, levers and force as well as how gravity and air resistance affect the flight of a projectile. Watch the clip and get some great tips on how to improve your ball game with the help of projectile motion.
A trick of misdirection using just a few plastic bottles and some balloons. Try it for yourself and bamboozle your friends with this easy trick that also demonstrates the science behind air pressure.
Find out why toilets save lives and what the United Nations is aiming for when it comes to sanitation. Imagine life without working toilets? How many people in the world live without toilets and proper sanitation? Why is it dangerous to not have sanitation around drinking water and washing water?
Watch and learn about the history of the television. When was television first invented? What did the first transmission look like? How has television changed over the years? Why is television important?
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