Junior scientist Josephine shows us how to split a light bean and expose all the colours of the rainbow. The light emitted from a regular torch appears white, but when passed through a prism it changes speed and disperses across the differing wavelengths, giving you each colour in the visible spectrum. To conduct this experiment at home, you will need a few torches, a glass prism, red, green and blue cellophane, rubber bands and a darkened room.
Arthropods comprise the phylum Euarthropoda and are invertebrates characterised by their external skin or exoskeleton (integument), a segmented body and jointed limbs that come in pairs. Join junior scientist Carrick as he explores all the incredible arthropods found in our backyard, common critters such as ants, spiders, dragonflies and even crabs. Listen as he explains how ants use pheromones to communicate and spiders use vibration to identify their prey.
Ever wondered how a computer works and what it looks like inside? Junior scientist Carrick takes us on a tour of all the hardware inside a computer. From the motherboard to the CPU (central processing unit) and hard drive, Carrick explains where to find it and what it does.
Visit a conservation park to learn about these three different birds that were all born to fly
The Odd Squad have to find a pumpkin that has a temperature of 20 degrees celsius. What do they use to measure temperature? What is another unit of measurement for temperature? When might we need to measure the temperature of something?
Mr Ellis' superpower flip book cartoon, 'robot elephant', zips through a town destroying cars in his path before he rockets into space and ultimately destroys Earth. Short film.
Three kids, one minute, 60 works of art to discover in this sassy series where these characters never mince their words!
The story of Australia's memorable night in 2005, as they beat Uruguay to qualify for the FIFA World Cup for the first time in 32 year, as told by the players themselves. Featuring Tim Cahill, Guus Hiddnk, Harry Kewell, Mark Schwarzer.
From the smallest microlight to the biggest cargo plane, this is the first global stocktake of planes, featuring the most amazing stories of aviation.
With the pressures of high school in their near future, CJ and her two best friends decide to embark on a series of middle school adventures while they can still take risks and have fun.
CJ, Fen and Crispo start a garage band with hopes of winning top prize at the school's music festival. But when creative differences break up the band, CJ must find a way to reunite the team.
The gang each sets out to conquer their fears, but when CJ is faced with talking to her eighth grade crush, she needs the help of Fenwick and Crispo to cross this item off the list.
CJ notices how many times Fenwick says the word "no" so she convinces the guys to say "yes" for the day. But while agreeing to everything opens new doors, it also creates unanticipated problems.
Hoping to insert a little magic into their middle school routine, CJ, Fen and Crispo set out to grant the wishes of some people in their lives.
It's the night of the school's sleepover fundraiser, and CJ, Fen and Crispo are determined to stay awake all night. However, this proves to be a bigger challenge than originally thought.
CJ believes she is responsible enough to have a pet, but before she can get one, Mum challenges her to take care of a flour baby in order to prove she's ready to look after a living creature.
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