Meet Nelly and Nora! Two young sisters who love to explore the outdoors when on holiday in a caravan park.
Justine has invited some young singers to join her for today's rainbow spectacular show! But Dash's rainbow painting has bombed - it's all just a big brown mess. But the biggest rainbow surprise is yet to arrive.
Justine Clarke is sick and can't reach the high notes for today's show. But her no-nonsense vocal coach Eva Kong has some tips that just might get her out of trouble, unless Dash turns things around with his own surprise. Original series title: Justine Clarke's Ta Da!
Justine and guest dancer Bec Morris are backstage rehearsing for today's Dance of the Wind Show. Dash is doing his very best to design and create an extravagant costume. But it's nothing short of a big little disaster.
Building a set in time for the country music boot scooting show is going to be a huge challenge for Justine Clarke, especially because set builder Denise Scott loves an old-fashioned country yarn. Original series title: Justine Clarke's Ta Da!
A series of pieces engaging Australian celebrities to perform various songs, nursery rhymes and stories to celebrate 50 years of Play School.
Lah-Lah has decided that she doesn't have time to sleep. She has way too many fun things to do! Buzz thinks Lah-Lah should go to bed now because she looks awfully tired, but she disagrees. Lah-Lah actually is very tired but just won't give in so the band tries to find ways to help her let go and get some much needed rest.
It's Mr Saxophone's birthday and the band is having a lovely birthday lunch at the park. Mr Saxophone's Uncle Woodrow joins them and plays the clarinet as a treat but some of the notes he plays squeak. Uncle Woodrow is disappointed and the band try to help by offering some musical tips they've picked up from Richard on the way there in the bus. After another try without success Lah-Lah realises that Uncle Woodrow is hard of hearing and the musical tips they give him really do help.
Take a ride down Lah-Lah Lane where you will first meet Lah-Lah, who is inquisitive, clever and loves to sing. Lah-Lah and her band negotiate their way through the trickiest of situations.
Gardening Guru Costa Georgiadis gets down in the Play School garden with Worm at the Bottom of my Garden and Wigglerly Woo.
Lah-Lah is on her balcony showing the birds the dancing doll, music box her grandmother gave her. When she winds it up the doll spins fast and as it unwinds it slows down. Lah-Lah can't wait to show the band! When she arrives, Buzz is frantically making breakfast for the band - too much to do, he can't slow down. The cuckoo clock chimes. Buzz has been going so fast he's forgotten about the concert they're playing at today. What song are they going to play? Lah-Lah shows Buzz her dancing doll music box and it helps him to decide.
Take a ride down Lah-Lah Lane where you will first meet the enchanting central character Lah-Lah, who is inquisitive, clever and loves to sing. Lah-Lah and her band negotiate their way through the trickiest of situations.
Justine and Dash are getting ready for their jazz show, but props master Ben Woods has had a giant clean out and there are no props left! By learning how to improvise, can they imagine their way out of trouble in time?
When special guest percussionist Bree Van Reyk's musical instruments don't arrive in time for the show, Justine, Dash and Bree all have to put their heads together to come up with a new way to create some amazing new sounds.
There's to be a classical quartet performance with eccentric conductor George Ellis. However, there are blowflies in the theatre and George can't stand blowflies. Justine and Dash now have a very big, buzzy challenge on their hands.
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Encourage your students to develop their musical skills by exploring, imitating and recognising elements of music, including dynamic, pitch and rhythm with this collection.