See how people celebrate the birth of a new baby in their family, as parents announce their child's birth in a newspaper, friends and relatives send cards, and siblings visit the newborn in hospital.
See how one family celebrates the arrival of a new baby, with a party after three months, and notes written for when the child is older.
See how rice is harvested with machines, transported to a factory, milled, packaged and taken to shops.
See how a dairy farmer can milk 100 cows an hour using a milking machine.
Christina is taken to hospital in an ambulance to check that she hasn't been seriously hurt after falling out of a tree house.
Dive into the doodle drawer with Mister Maker and create Fido the foil dog kitchen foil and recycled foil containers.
Visit a recycling plant to see how used bottles are turned into molten glass and transformed into new glass products.
Visit a recycling plant to see how used soft drink cans are transformed into new aluminium containers.
While hunting for a kangaroo the Aboriginal boys were followed by a friendly emu that had just walked through a smelly prickle bush.
One fresh misty morning a young Aboriginal boy went running through the bush. He kicked his big toe on a rock. But this was no ordinary rock!
Mister Maker makes a colourful picture from recycled rubbish and disused products such as tissue paper, wrapping paper, patty pans and straws.
See how families from Vietnamese cultures celebrate the birthday of a baby, acknowledging ancestors and predicting the child's career path.
Mister Maker reveals stepbystep instructions for making a stingray out of a paper plate, stickers and a crayon in Scraps' surprise party popper.
Learn how milk is processed in a factory, including pasteurising, homogenising, bottling, delivery and the former school milk program.
Learn why we make some buildings so tall and what happens inside the different types of buildings.
Visit a factory to see how apples are turned into juice in a factory and the leftover mash can be used to make cider and apple cider vinegar.
See how apples are harvested by hand on a cherry picker, and packed to be sent to a fruit and vegetable market.
Young John demonstrates how his bones, joints and muscles enable his body to move, in a clip that also names a number of arm muscles.
For The Juniors shows a commercial fishing vessel at work catching fish and delivering them to the fish market.
Yani counts the minutes on his digital watch until his birthday, while a clock on the wall keeps time.
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.
See how dairy tankers collect milk from farms to take to a processing plant.
An overview of how to stay safe when swimming at the beach.
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.
Facilities for delivering goods, features that make cleaning easier, and fire safety features are documented in this video.
See how our skeleton and muscles allow us to move in different ways.
Looks at the ways in which supermarkets are designed.
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.
Rebecca explains how she uses her other senses while she is blind, including reading with braille, and Deaf students show how they communicate.
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.
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.
Take a trip to the doodle tube and make a picture of a roadway using torn paper, glue and plenty of stickers.
The beautiful egg fly butterfly gets its name from the eggshaped markings on its wings. If you look carefully, you might even see one in the schoolyard. Includes a description of how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly.
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!
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.
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.
Flynn explains to Dodly why gifts are exchanged at Christmas, before the pair celebrate Christmas Day with presents and a party.
See how Chinese New Year is celebrated, from dumplings to dragons and drums.
Visit a recycling plant to see how office paper, newspapers and boxes are transformed into new paper products.
Go down to the sea with your mini makers and draw a rock pool, using crayons, paper and stickers from the doodle tube, and sand from a toy shop.
Put on your arty party aprons, or some old clothes, because it could get messy when Mister Maker paints a sparkly space picture with glitter and glue.
Mister Maker reveals that Andy Warhol, inspired by his love of soup, did a type of recycling when he created some of his most famous works of art.
See how rice is grown, from making the land flat for crops, to channelling water into the field and planting rice with a plane.
Get to know the basics of the circulatory system, including where the lungs and heart sit inside the body.
Learn how our brain receives messages from our senses and computes them, then sends messages back to our body.
Looks at the causes of the ocean being dirty and discusses the importance of keeping the beaches and environment clean.
A brief explanation and demonstration of how waves are formed.
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.
Children perform a nativity play in a clip that introduces the significance of Jesus' birth to Christians and the origins of Christmas.
An introduction to sending cards, buying and making presents, donating gifts to charity, decorating a tree, lighting up a house and making special foods for Christmas.
The children in this clip design and make containers for biscuits to sell at their fund-raising stall. Their creations show that
This clip explains the need to match the package to the product and illustrates this using a range of different foods.
This clip briefly highlights the tradition of writing a note to Santa on Christmas Eve and giving and receiving gifts on Christmas Day.
This clip looks at the way Catholic families celebrate the birth of a baby at a Christening with friends and family at a party.
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.
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.
Children discuss the sports and hobbies they enjoy in a clip that reveals how individuals move differently.
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.
Mister Maker takes students on a whirlwind tour of the country. Discover how to make colourful flower pictures with a washing up
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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