Looks at the causes of the ocean being dirty and discusses the importance of keeping the beaches and environment clean.
Explores how the centre's architects took many things into account as they began the design process, facilities that help people in wheelchairs, the value of signs and maps.
A brief explanation and demonstration of how waves are formed.
Learn how our brain receives messages from our senses and computes them, then sends messages back to our body.
At a party for his 100th birthday, Mr Palmer reminisces about what birthdays were like when he was a boy, and Edwardstown Primary School celebrates its centenary.
Children discuss the sports and hobbies they enjoy in a clip that reveals how individuals move differently.
Looks at the ways in which houses are designed and built includes plans, clearing the land, laying foundations and frames.
Learn the different ways tuna is caught and see how the fish is processed for canning.
Visit an orchard and learn why apple trees grow apples, how seeds, pollen and bees are part of the life cycle of plants, and how orchardists manage pests.
Visit a flour mill and see how wheat is milled into flour and packed for delivery.
Mister Maker takes students on a whirlwind tour of the country. Discover how to make colourful flower pictures with a washing up
This clip looks at the way Catholic families celebrate the birth of a baby at a Christening with friends and family at a party.
Rhys creates a birthday cake picture using a hand print.
Read Thank You for Looking After Our Pets By Tim Hopgood with Emma in this episode of Play School.
Mister Arty and his resourceful Mini Makers use old paper, card, straws, plastics and rubbish to make their very own recycled works of art.
Zindzi shows the steps to program Luke the 'train robot' to climb over a hill.