The explorers visit Death Valley in America and look at how the heat has dried up all of the water, and they learn that the sun makes the ground very warm.
It's a hot day at Mr Bloom's fete in King's Lynn and Raymond is a squishy squash in need of an ice-cream.
Scientist Nina and her five animated sense Neurons show you the magic of engineering. Nina investigates how glass is made so strong - with the help of Luke, her sight neuron.
A vibrant series of short animated films that explore a range of multicultural themes - identity, diversity, belonging, traditions and ceremonies.
The adventures of six-year-old Luna, who is completely, undeniably and passionately into science.
Andy and Kip the cat go all around the world in search of weird and wonderful animals.
Nina explores sports science, with the help from her five Neurons! Nina investigates why we get out of breath when we play sport, and experimenters Adam, Maha and Rani meet a marathon racer.
Mr Bloom's fete has come to the North East of England and the Wee MacGregors are bouncing on a trampoline.
This show is about the night sky and the traditional significance of the stars for Darug people.
This episode is about celebrations, including Naidoc Week. Jessica Mauboy sings Up Down. A diablo expert shows his skills and we learn more words in the Darug language.
Join Sid and Rebecca as they play dress up! Sid steps through the Magic Curtain and becomes a ballroom dancer.
Join Sid and Rebecca as they play dress up! It's Rebecca's turn to head out to sea when she steps through the Magic Curtain and becomes a pirate.
See life on the farm through the eyes of the Farmyard Bunch. The farmyard looks clean and tidy in preparation for its important visitors. The Farmyard Bunch are wondering who they could possibly be.
Duggee is back with his merry band of Squirrels for more clubhouse adventures.
Join Sid and Rebecca as they dress up! Sid and Rebecca go on an underwater journey. Can Rebecca find the missing shipwrecked treasure?
Join Sid and Rebecca as they dress up! Sid becomes a brave mountain climber. He tries to make it to the top of Mt Everest.
Join Sid and Rebecca as they dress up. Rebecca finds out whether she has what it takes to be a police officer.
Join Sid and Rebecca as they dress up! Sid finds out whether he has what it takes to be a ballet dancer.
This series looks at Australian animals, their physical features, food, home and environment and social groups.
Today, do you feel djoorabiny, do you feel happy? Or do you feel menditj, do you feel sick? Make sure you share how you feel with someone who cares. It's moorditj koolangka!
Today, moorditj walang, good health is about looking after our bodies every day. It's solid koolangka!
There are boola barna, lots of animals in noongar boodja from the noorn, the snake, to the wetj, the emu. Barna live all over noongar boodja, have you seen any lately?
In Noongar Boodgar, Noongar Country there's so much to see, from the boorn, the trees, right down to the djet, the pretty little flowers.
Come join Yamba the Honeyant and her friends for lots of fun!
The tale of why puff adder sheds his skin.
The iconic performer Tim Minchin turns his talents to storytelling as he reads a classic Australian children's book The Bunyip of Berkeley's Creek.
Whatever the weather, it is never dull in dirtgirlworld. A rainy day is not such a great day for a beach party... unless it's an inside beach party.
A series of pieces engaging Australian celebrities to perform various songs, nursery rhymes and stories to celebrate 50 years of Play School.
Set in the crook of a forest, Tipi Tales are adventures in story and song, where Elizabeth, Junior, Russell and Sam play and grow together.
Mister Maker takes his brilliant artistic talents on the road in the Makermobile to help mini-makers with arty challenges in their homes and schools.
The tale of why zebra has stripes.
Dirtgirl's backyard is full of friends and adventures. Dirtgirl takes everyone to a playhouse she's made out of sunflowers. Once there, everyone gets a chance to tell a story.
The tale of why skunk smells.
Award-winning comic duo Umbilical Brothers present a delightfully surprising Fairytale story.
In the Party Pad today, you can find out how to make gloopy gold pictures, and discover how gold leaf was used in ancient art.
Celebrate Play School's 50 year milestone as we invite Australia's most iconic performers and entertainers to perform a song, story or nursery rhyme in the very special series.
Comedian Charlie Pickering presents "The Nursery Rhyme News" with his trusty reporter from the field, Molly Meldrum.
The tale of why Flamingo stands on one leg.
The tale of why Vulture is bald.
Dirtgirl's backyard is full of friends and adventures. When the rooster is away, the chickens will play and dirtgirl organises a sleepover of her own.
Find out how to make colourful tissue buildings, and discover how Michelangelo was able to paint a very high ceiling in an extra special building.
Australia's Eurovision queen Dami Im takes us 'Somewhere over the Rainbow' with a beautiful rendition.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she explores our feelings. The Witchetty Grubs sing their song, All the Good Things and Kirra Somerville reads her book, Lizard Gang.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as we learn about nature. Also Aunty Sharon Edgar Jones teaches her kids landscapes names in the Wanarruwa language.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she learns some Gundungurra language from Jason Brown also Arone Raymond Meek reads his book Enora and The Black Crane.
Milly and Molly may look quite different, but they are the best of friends. Together Milly and Molly face the world and its complexities, but always manage to have fun.
Katie Noonan, one of Australia's most beloved vocalists, takes to the piano for 'I Can Sing A Rainbow'.
The tale of why Jackal howls at the moon.
Dirtgirl's backyard is full of friends and adventures. Everyone is celebrating Arbor day in dirtgirlworld and grubby invites cirque de soil to watch a stunt.
A football keeps coming over the fence and it's not like Possum's soccer ball. What will Possum learn about sports balls and who is making this ball appear again and again?
Get ready to join Andy for some amazing safari adventures! Andy heads to Brazil and meets a troop of capuchin monkeys who lead him to some honey.
Join Sid and Rebecca as they play dress up! Sid steps through the Magic Curtain and becomes a painter and decorator.
Nina explores sports science, with the help from her five Neurons! She investigates how we can get better at catching and throwing, and experimenters Brandon and Ore meet some cricket players.
Nina explores sports science, with the help from her five Neurons! She investigates what makes certain balls so bouncy, and experimenters Connor and Sarah-Louise meet some basketball players.
Experimenters Livingstone and Oisin visit Nina in her workshop to investigate how lighthouses are built.
Nina has a fabulous science workshop where groups of children take part in her exciting science projects. Nina investigates how we remember so many things, with the help of her five sense neurons.
Teaching resources for the Australian Curriculum
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