A read aloud of Burger Boy about a boy named Ben who eats so many burgers he turns into one.
A read aloud of The Spider And The Fly about a spider who wants a meal and tries to trick the fly into becoming dinner.
A read aloud of The Busy Beaver about a careless beaver that learns the hard way how his actions affect others.
A read aloud of Leave Me Alone about a boy who learns how his friends can help him stand up to a bully.
Mister Maker and several kids make a country cottage set and Mister Maker shows how to make a mini cottage.
Mister Maker makes a boat out of a recycled cheese box, a straw, and wrapping paper.
Mister Maker and several kids make a picnic set with play food. Also shows how to make a mini lunchbox and sandwich out of sponges.
Count along the number line from one to 20, and back again, and then count the number of passengers on the SS Mathematical with a song.
Take a ride in the number car to 35, putting three 10s and five fives to get to 35, and then sing a song about twodigit numbers for numbers more than nine.
Mister Maker and a boy in South Africa make a safari silhouette picture of a herd of giraffes.
Ted learns that a tin with a small number of highvalue coins can have more money in it than a tin with many more coins of lower value.
Titch and Ted learn about time as they clean Mr Pie's restaurant in time for the grand opening.
Mister Maker and a few Brazilian kids make a prehistoric drama set using paper plates, paper, glue and stickers.
Mister Maker makes a layered cake using bottle tops, cotton, glue, and beads for sprinkles.
Mister Maker and a boy in Hong Kong make a picture out of paper folded like a fan.
Mister Maker and a Brazilian boy make a bird on a wire picture.
Harrison leaches about the deepest abyss in the ocean and how animals have adapted to live there.
Harrison learns how to compost garbage, why it's good for plants, and about worm poop.
Harrison asks a group of kids if they could build anything, what would they build
Harrison gives a lesson on why it's important to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Kids give tips on recycling.
Harrison explains why humans and animals have teeth and teethlike structures.
Harrison learns why snakes shed their skin and what happens when salamanders lose their tails or legs.
Mister Maker makes an owl out of a cardboard tube, mini cupcake wrappers, and stickers.
Alesha DIxon visits Bookaboo to share the story More Pants by Giles Andreae
The gang go on a counting adventure to see if they can find the biggest number of them all!
Harrison gives a mini lesson on gravity, then talks with an astronautintraining about how to prepare for zero gravity.
Mister Arty journeys back to 1960s New York to explore the work of American pop artist Andy Warhol, and learn about his famous 'Campbell's Soup Cans' screen print.
Mister Maker and his magnificent Mini Makers use card paper, coloured paper, tissue paper, glue and stickers to design delicious DIY sandwiches.
Explore the use of the body as a percussion instrument with a piece of repertoire that can be used for preinstrumental skill development.
Play School's dashing Andrew McFarlane reads the children's book Butterfly, Butterfly.
The Waabiny Time singers perform a song about heart, head, hands and legs in Nyungar language.
Learn a range of Indigenous terms for animals and how to draw their tracks in the sand.
Teo reads the story Red Galoshes
Learn a range of Indigenous terms for the ocean and the animals living in it.
Justine reads the story Piglet and Granny written by Margaret Wild.
Watch through the windows as a family visit their local library to borrow some books.
A more scientific look at the different bugs and minibeasts that live around a creek, including what they are, how they cope living there and how to count and study them safely.
In Tinga Tinga Land, all the ants work on their own and nothing gets done. That is, until they learn to cooperate.
See how to make a frame for a family photograph using a paper plate and leaves, and using Nyungar terms to describe family.
A family barbecue is the setting for this clip where the Nyungar terms for family members are used in context.
Nyungar terms are used to describe a nurse's visit to a school, to describe parts of the body, and how to keep clean and healthy.
Waabiny Time team sings about celebrating in Nyungar language, including koort kwobikin as a term for celebrate.
A look at some of the icky minibeasts that live inside houses and sometimes even in cars, like cockroaches, beetles, snails and spiders. The narrator askes open questions that allow students to answer for themselves.
A read aloud of Class Two At The Zoo about a class that visits the zoo and learns a lesson after encountering an anaconda.
Mister Maker and a child make use a paper bag, paper, and pipe cleaners to create a picture of a mouse.
Mister Maker makes a play microphone in a minute using a tube, glitter paper, foil, netting, a bottle top, and modelling clay.
Mister Maker and a child make a mountain scene using paper, paint, rocks, and flowers.
A read aloud of A Visitor For Bear about a grumpy bear who decides visitors aren't so bad after all.
A read aloud of My ThinkAMaJink about a boy who learns how to use his imagination.
Mister Maker and several kids make a hot air balloon set and a mini hot air balloon toy or decoration
Mister Maker makes a hanging bug/spider out of a twopiece plastic Easter egg, yarn, and glue.
Mister Maker makes a mini basketball game out of netting, paper, modelling clay, and a tube.
Mister Maker makes an egg box buddy out of an egg carton, stickers, and cardstock paper in under a minute.
Join Rachel as she goes food shopping at the market with her mum and sister. We learn about different types of Chinese vegetables, fish and noodles.
The Cyberchase gang must balance some numbers to stop a villainous plan to corrupt cyber space.
A girl and her friends work together to build a cubby house out of household items.
Harrison gives the history of the first animals and humans in space.
Harrison asks kids if they want to go to space and teaches about the first person who attempted space travel.
Harrison explains Ivan Pavlov's experiment and why humans' stomachs growl when they're hungry.
Harrison challenges two girls to identify whether an animal is an herbivore or carnivore just by looking at its teeth.
Harrison explains that vampires aren't real, but vampire bats are and he teaches how they use their teeth to eat.
Harrison sings a song about the real monster in the sea and teaches about the importance of keeping the ocean clean.
Harrison learns why people use brick instead of wood to build houses and steel instead of bricks or wood to build skyscrapers.
Harrison explains that humans weren't the first creatures to build structures, then talks about why humans need shelter.
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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