Mister Maker reveals stepbystep instructions for making a stingray out of a paper plate, stickers and a crayon in Scraps' surprise party popper.
See how families from Vietnamese cultures celebrate the birthday of a baby, acknowledging ancestors and predicting the child's career path.
Vi Chi learns some basic swimming skills and how to stay safe around water.
Mister Maker discusses how Andy Warhol did a type of recycling when he created some of his most famous works of art.
Rebecca explains how she uses her other senses while she is blind, including reading with braille, and Deaf students show how they communicate.
Using the Greek term for giraffe, camelopardalis, see how the brain processes and stores information about the things we see, hear, touch, taste and smell.
For such a common substance, water has some amazing properties! Dr Rob dives in to find out what you can do with, what you can do on, and what you can do in water.
See how dairy tankers collect milk from farms to take to a processing plant.
See the different features of an apartment building and how they work, including car parks, elevators, fire stairs, rubbish chutes, different utilities and security systems.
An overview of how to stay safe when swimming at the beach.
Identifies the reasons behind a house's design from the choice of materials to safety considerations and the need for designs to assist people with disabilities.
Looks at the ways in which houses are designed and built, including bricklaying and finishing off.
See how a factory turns flour into loaves of bread and the process of making bread at home.
See how wheat is grown to be turned into flour to be used in different foods, from the field to harvesting and delivery to silos and mills.
You have probably seen a huntsman spider in the schoolyard, in your classroom, or even in your bedroom! This spider is very fast and can grow very big and watch out they can bite!
Take a trip to the doodle tube and make a picture of a roadway using torn paper, glue and plenty of stickers.
If you look around the playground on a rainy day, you're sure to see a snail. But what do they eat and how do they move This clip tells you all about our slimy friends.
Visit a recycling plant to see how office paper, newspapers and boxes are transformed into new paper products.