A child uses a hearing aid to hear her online teacher better.
Several children use musical instruments and computers to make sound effects for a play.
Colours and numbers are translated into Nyungar in this Sand Yarning clip.
Make a necklace out of honkey nuts, or gumnuts, in this Waabiny Time craft segment.
Learn Nyungar terms for the body in the context of playing in the park in this Use It segment.
The Waabiny Time singers perform a song about heart, head, hands and legs in Nyungar language.
Learn the Nyungar terms for eyes, ears, noses, hands and feet in Sand Yarning and the felt board.
Learn a range of Indigenous terms for animals and how to draw their tracks in the sand.
Follow along as Julia from Scope demonstrates how to make water climb, and fall, by manipulating the amount of energy in the liquid. To create your own climbing water experiment, you will need a straw, a medium water bottle, food dye, sticky putty, a deep tray, room temperature water, hot water and cold water.
See how rice is harvested with machines, transported to a factory, milled, packaged and taken to shops.
See how rice is grown, from making the land flat for crops, to channelling water into the field and planting rice with a plane.
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.
Looks at the ways in which houses are designed and built includes plans, clearing the land, laying foundations and frames.
For The Juniors shows a commercial fishing vessel at work catching fish and delivering them to the fish market.
Learn the different ways tuna is caught and see how the fish is processed for canning.
Facilities for delivering goods, features that make cleaning easier, and fire safety features are documented in this video.
Looks at the ways in which supermarkets are designed.