Titch gives Ted directions to the rocks and Ted learns about clockwise and anticlockwise directions.
Harrison explains what scientists used to think the food would look like now and predicts what it will look like in the future.
Harrison finds out how many teeth a shark has and how many they lose each year.
Harrison learns how astronauts perform everyday tasks like sleeping, showering, and getting haircuts in space.
Harrison learns how kids can train to be astronauts even if they can't go into space right now.
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.
Mister Maker and a few Brazilian kids make a crocodile swamp scene. He also shows how to make a sockodile.
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.
Why do butterflies like flowers Why do worms wriggle Peppa finds out in Grandpa's garden.
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.
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?
Watch through the windows to see how honey is created from honeycomb
Dirtgirl and Scrapboy outline some waterwise techniques that everyone can follow to conserve water.
The presenters make a frog with a magnetic tongue and then 'catch' bottle tops. They count how many bottle tops each time.