Come along with Karen, Andrew and Sofya as they create a bottle town with bottle people, make a bottle flower stamp painting, play a game of 'Stop and Go Trains' and take a look through the windows at a flower market.
Come along with Michelle and Andrew as they make a washing basket train, make lotion bottle mother and baby penguins, play a dress up game and see some more dress ups through the windows.
In this episode, Rachael and Teo make paper cup 'hoppers', create a lunch box decoration, make a box train and take a look at a tram through the windows.
Kiruna and Andrew play an 'ears and tails' dress-up game, throw a bunny party for Jemima, and make bouncy balloon characters. Through the windows we strike a pose and visit a dance class for all abilities.
Karen and Andrew make craft bush animals, build a 'wheely train' for Jemima, and tell the story of Nervous Nigel. Through the windows, we have fun visiting a playground that's designed for all children of all abilities.
In this episode, Zindzi and Jay create a colourful spray paint tablecloth, make a fruity rainbow treat, play a drawing game and see some Johnny Cakes being made through the windows.
Join Michelle and Teo as they paint drippy droppy paintings, find some insects in the garden, make some craft ants and act out the story Here Comes The Rain. Through the windows, we discover an insect trail.
Join Emma and Andrew as they experiment with colours, make a surprise picture using a candle, find out what will dissolve in water with scientist Ruben and see baby Evangeline have a bath through the windows.
Come along with Justine and Jay as they ride motorbikes, visit the Play School hat shop, create beach hats for the toys and look through the windows at some nippers at the beach.
Come along with Teo and Zindzi as they dig for relics in the sand tub, create Billy Bones the fossil puppet, make clay dinosaurs and look through the windows at some dinosaur puppets being made.
Join Rachael and Alex as they create plinkety-plunk splatter paintings, make a paper plate tambourine and take a look at some NAIDOC celebrations through the windows. Some five-year-olds also show what they can do!
In this episode, Alex and Rachael make some spinning figures, try some new hair-dos, see an Easter Show cow through the windows and have a special visitor - a dog! Some four-year-olds also show what they can do!
Exploring the concept of 'favourite things', Alex and Emma make things with clay. Emma makes strawberry and melon kebabs, a group make underwater scene collages, and the book The Runaway Hug is read.
During the Day and Night series the presenters, Alex Papps, Jay Laga'aia, Rachael Coopes, Leah Vandenberg and Teo Gebert, explore the routines and patterns that children may participate in at different times of day and night.
Join Alex and Justine as they make a birthday party hat, create some wrapping paper, have a birthday party for Maurice and look through the windows to see some more birthday celebrations.
Join Emma and Jay as they create sponge print placemats, make some eggy capsicum flowers and take a look through the windows at some cows being milked. Some special chicken visitors also stop by the Play School garden.
Emma and Alex make hats from recycled materials, tell the story of The Runaway Pancake, cook delicious pancakes and dance with dancing dollies. Through the windows, we see what happens when a building is knocked down.
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