Mister Maker takes students on a whirlwind tour of the country. Discover how to make colourful flower pictures with a washing up
Jay demonstrates how to make guacamole and then make it into a vegetable face
Learn Nyungar terms for the body in the context of playing in the park in this Use It segment.
Waabiny Time reveals that NAIDOC Week is a time that moort (family) gather to koort kwobikin (celebrate) Aboriginal culture, and describe a number of other Nyungar terms.
There are thousands of different types of ants. Take a look at some of their similarities and differences. Also explains how ants live in colonies, share food and protect each other.
Zaib Shaikh shares the book Whiffy Wilson, the Wolf Who Wouldn't Wash by Caryl Hart with Bookaboo
Waabiny Time singers introduce a number of Nyungar terms to describe feelings.
Justine demonstrates how a thermometer works and sings a song about going to the beach. The clip finishes with a look at people at the beach through the windows.
Justine show the process of using the computer to create newspaper and Andrew sends photos and stories from the mobile phone.
Andrew reads Mr Gumpy's Motor Car by John Birmingham.
We go shopping for vegetables at a Chinese market, through the Play School windows.
Look through the windows to see the dinosaurs at the museum
Real life examples teach us how to count groups of numbers - the secret to multiplication.
Rhys from Play School reads a book about problem solving, involving a mouse and an apple.
Rhys creates a birthday cake picture using a hand print.
Learn how to make a savoury omelette with Sally and Possum.
A child searches for an eight-spot butterfly and teaches counting skills along the way in this Count Us In animation.
Harrison learns the types of foods astronauts can eat in space, then gets to practise delivering food to the space station.
Harrison learns how kids can train to be astronauts even if they can't go into space right now.
Harrison times two kids who practise working in zero gravity as they race each other to 'fix' a satellite.
Harrison learns how astronauts perform everyday tasks like sleeping, showering, and getting haircuts in space.
Harrison takes a look at what cars might be like in the future.
Harrison explains what scientists used to think the food would look like now and predicts what it will look like in the future.
Zindzi shows the steps to program Luke the 'train robot' to climb over a hill.
Mister Maker and several kids make a set with two large kangaroos, rocks, and grass. Also shows how to make a kangaroo pencil holder.
Mister Maker and several kids make an Egypt scene with pyramids and a camel. Also shows how to make a mini pyramid.
Mister Maker makes a card that features a popup ghost.
A read aloud of The Rabbit Belongs To Emily Brown who won't trade her stuffed bunny, Stanley, for anything.
Mister Maker and a child make a picture by lacing shoelaces through holes poked through a drawing of a boat.
A read aloud of Norma Snows about a girl with a long nose who has many talents.
Mister Maker makes an underwater picture using paint, dish soap, and construction paper.
A read aloud of Walter and the NoNeedToWorry Suit about Walter the worrier who learns to let his friends help him.
Mister Maker and a few Brazilian kids make a crocodile swamp scene. He also shows how to make a sockodile.
Mister Maker and a few kids in South Africa make a giant safari picture with elephants and flamingos.
Ted and Titch learn about shapes and basic geometry while packing for a trip to the beach.
Titch gives Ted directions to the rocks and Ted learns about clockwise and anticlockwise directions.
Harrison finds out how many teeth a shark has and how many they lose each year.
Harrison explains how dogs use bones and other chew toys to clean their teeth.
Harrison explains which human teeth are used for meat and which are used for plants.
A look at how manufacturing companies package dried beans and biscuits.
An overview of the different kinds of protective headgear available and its uses.
The Go Jetters give us a quick look at some hillsides in China where rice is grown.
Explains how different types of energy provide power to boats so they can move through the water.
Get to know the tapir, capybara rodent and tamarin monkey, in an introduction to South America's answers to Australia's iconic koala.
Emma makes a little yellow finger puppet bird with feathers, a pipe cleaner and paper, and then sings the Two Little Dickie Birds song.
Alex demonstrates how to paint a summer garden picture and talks about some of the things you would find.
Justine follows a pictorial procedure to build a tin boat and then her and Andrew test it out.
Mister Arty and his resourceful Mini Makers use old paper, card, straws, plastics and rubbish to make their very own recycled works of art.
Children visit the dentist and learn how to keep their teeth healthy in a clip that uses Nyungar in context.
Colours and numbers are translated into Nyungar in this Sand Yarning clip.
The presenters make a frog with a magnetic tongue and then 'catch' bottle tops. They count how many bottle tops each time.
Teo takes Slush, Little Ted and Humpty to the shops to spend some of the money they'd saved, counting out money at the bakery, hat shop and hardware shop.
Dirtgirl and Scrapboy outline some waterwise techniques that everyone can follow to conserve water.
A look at a few of the different minibeasts that live around a pond, including grasshoppers, ants and ladybugs. The narrator asks open ended questions that allow students time to answer for themselves.
Why do butterflies like flowers Why do worms wriggle Peppa finds out in Grandpa's garden.
Watch through the windows to see how honey is created from honeycomb
Through the Play School windows we see a cake decorator make an amazing Alice in Wonderland cake.
Through the Play School windows we see how hats are made, including a very colourful bonnet.
You can make everything from ice cream to medicine out of plants. If you were a plant, which one would you be?
Mister Maker and a child make a messy garden picture out of leaves, twigs, grass, glue, and paint.
A read aloud of Tortoise V Hare: The Rematch, a new twist on the classic fable. Can the tortoise win without training
A read aloud of Whatever about a boy named Billy who is very difficult to please.
A read aloud of Mum And Dad Glue about a boy who tries to find glue to mend his parents' marriage.
A read aloud of Burger Boy about a boy named Ben who eats so many burgers he turns into one.
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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