Andy goes back in time to search for a hippo-like reptile called a placerias, to make a clay model of its head to replace one which has broken at the museum.
Nina has a fabulous science workshop where groups of children take part in her exciting science projects. Nina investigates why we have skin, with the help of Felix, her touch neuron.
Get ready to go on a Dinosaur Adventure with Andy and Hatt. Andy travels back in time 106 million years, to the time of leaellynasaura - a dinosaur that lived in Australia.
Wussywat is a curious cat who discovers new things in the garden. Wussywat can't wait to have a party with his friends. He learns that if he's patient, the party will be here before he knows it!
Champer and Humpty Do accidentally cover flamingos in mud while racing around the Half Moon Lagoon. They need to get the birds cleaned up before Gladdy sees them.
Numtums are ten cuddly creatures with numbers, who love to count. When Champer and Humpty Do knock the numbers off the kitchen clock in the diner, it's hard to run the Tasty Termite like clockwork.
While hunting for a kangaroo, the Aboriginal boys were followed by a friendly emu that had just walked through a smelly prickle bush.
Numtums are 10 cuddly creatures with numbers, who love to count. Little Sandy builds some wings, after she watches the Super Numtum show and decides she wants to learn to fly.
Get ready to go on a Dinosaur Adventure with Andy and Hatt. Andy travels 150 million years into the past to the time of the plant-eating brachiosaurus.
Scientist Nina and her five animated sense Neurons show you the magic of engineering. Nina investigates how luggage gets onto the right aeroplane at the airport.
Scientist Nina and her five animated sense Neurons show you the magic of engineering. Nina investigates how tunnels are made - with the help of Luke, her sight neuron.
Get outdoors, learn about teamwork and develop your ball skills with Rachel Yankey and the Footy Pups! Rachel and the team learn the basics of catching.
Get ready to make Sunny Carrot Cake and go to the campsite with Katy, as she has fun with friends, finds out about food and cooks with you!
Earth to Luna follows the adventures of six-year-old Luna, who is completely, undeniably and passionately into science.
The adventures of six-year-old Luna, who is completely, undeniably and passionately into science.
A vibrant series of short animated films that explore a range of multicultural themes - identity, diversity, belonging, traditions and ceremonies.
Numtums are 10 cuddly creatures with numbers, who love to count. Bendy Go decides to become a pirate captain, but Gladdy has the same idea.
Get outdoors, learn about teamwork and develop your ball skills with Rachel and the Footy Pups. There's a special guest in town as the Footy Pups break out their best dance moves.
Join Sid and Rebecca as they dress up. Rebecca steps through the magic curtain and goes back in time to the days of cavemen and women.
This series looks at Australian animals, their physical features, food, home and environment and social groups.
Today, there are maar keny bonar, six seasons. Birak is hot time, time for djiba-djobaliny, swimming time.
Today, In Noongar Boodgar, Noongar Country there's so much to see. Wano, this way the djet, the flowers and ali bidi, that way you can see the boorn, the trees. Moorditj!
The tale of why eagle rules the skies.
The tale of why Lizard always hides under rocks.
Iconic broadcaster Lee Lin Chin and Play School presenter Takaya Honda tell us the epic story of The Emperor's New Clothes.
The tale of why Warthog is so ugly.
Legendary Play School presenters Benita Collings and Don Spencer sing the delightful song 'Little Peter Rabbit'.
The tale of why Owl's head turns all the way round.
Dirtgirl's backyard is full of friends and adventures. Dirtgirl learns all about bees and teaches Ken that they are essential to a beautiful garden.
Classic tales that have entertained and enchanted generations of kids all around the world are brought to life through contemporary animation.
In this "coming of old age" story, a seventy-something hero, alongside his clueless wilderness ranger sidekick, travels the globe and fights beasts and villains.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub while the Witchetty Grubs sing, Tricky Little Things and Arone Raymond Meek reads his book, Enora and The Black Crane.
When the Clarks return to Earth with Ramon Ridley, it gives Bob Santino the perfect opportunity to test his latest weapon.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub because she wants all the kids to move their bodies. Aunty Sharon Edgar - Jones teaches her kids some body part words in the Wanarruwa language.
Look, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub and her friends. MStar sings a song with her dad about dinosaurs, the kids at Nambour Public School teach us some Gubbi Gubbi language.
The tale of why aardvark has a sticky tongue.
Find out how to make brilliant bug pictures from leftover torn paper pieces, and discover how a very special beetle was once used to create the colour red.
The tale of why camel has a hump.
From deep in the woods came a rumbling sound. So grumbly and loud it was shaking the ground! The animals crept up and then they did see - a huge hairy bear fast asleep in their tree! Oh no!
The tale of why Monkeys swing in the trees.
Nina has a fabulous science workshop where groups of children take part in her exciting science projects. Scientist Nina and her young experimenters investigate our bodies and find out why they are brilliant.
See life on the farm through the eyes of the Farmyard Bunch. Petal boasts that piglets can do anything, but the gang want her to prove it.
Nina investigates why astronauts float in space with the help of Felix her touch neuron.
Numtums are 10 cuddly creatures with numbers who love to count. Dar Dar and Gladdy crash into each other and decide to play swapsies. Will Gumnut Gorge survive the havoc they cause?
Experimenters Bethan, Corey and Rhianna visit Nina in her workshop and see what happens when you build a dam in a stream.
Ever wondered how messages are sent from one machine to another? Nina and her young experimenters investigate how computers know what to do with the instructions given to them.
Ever wondered how the internet works? Super scientist Nina and her young experimenters discover all sorts of digital wonders, with the help from her five Neurons!
Explorers Charlie, Katie and Zack visit Nina in her workshop and discover that even though the Earth looks flat it's actually curved.
The tale of why wildebeest stampede.
The tale of why Giraffe has a long neck.
The tale of why baboon has a bare bottom.
The tale of why bushbaby has big eyes.
Andy and Kip go on a wild adventure to see elephants in Kenya. He watches them cover themselves in dust to stay protected from the sun and manages to get himself very dirty.
Come on a curious adventure with Sarah and her quacky, flappy best friend, Duck.
Nina has a fabulous science workshop where groups of children take part in her exciting science projects. Nina investigates how broken bones get better, with the help of Felix, her touch neuron.
Squidgie has planted pumpkin seeds so they will grow into Halloween pumpkins, but her pumpkins are not growing and it will soon be Halloween. Luckily Jango has a tricky plan.
Teaching resources for the Australian Curriculum
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