Join Teo and Justine as they create a jungle tree house, build a kitchen out of boxes, make some yoghurt pops and take a look at some dressing up through the windows.
Join the Play School presenters as they explore all of the amazing things that can be found when we venture a bit further and look a little closer.
Join Teo and Rachael as they launch into space with a rocket cubby, make some robot friends called Harold and Maude and Diddle gets her very own musical flying saucer. Through the windows we make a cosy cubby under a table.
Emma and Nicholas make a scarecrow from recycled bits and pieces, plant some seeds in the garden and paint a discovery mural of an elephant. Through the windows, we visit a community garden to learn about composting.
Join Luke and Zindzi as they make use of the laundry basket laboratory, make a roly poly ball wall painting and test some balloon rockets. Plus, look through the windows as some children play with bubbles.
Join Abi and Alex as they play a box puzzle matching game, make pikelets, visit the Play School hat shop and take a look through the windows at a fire station.
Join Leah and Alex as they make a bush picture, make a delicious fruit platter with yoghurt dip, put flowers in the Play School bush land, tell a garden story with the toys and learn about bush tucker through the windows.
Join Zindzi and Nicholas as they set up a gadgets and gizmos workshop, play with a special coded gizmo, and tell the story Lost In Silly Space. Through the windows, we visit the Royal Australian Mint.
Join Leah and Teo as they practice happy and sad facial expressions in the mirror, create leaf faces to tell a story and play with bottle people at the beach. Through the windows, we take a look at surf life saving.
Come along with Alex and Leah as they make some balloon faces and topsy turvy dolls, play a hiding game with James and Meena and see how to cook arancini balls through the windows.
In this episode, Teo and Michelle play a mix up dress up game, make some play dough for a play dough garden, create a critter flipper book and look through the windows to see some children act out the story of Jungle Big Ted.
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 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!
Michelle and Matt create a garden path, make some colourful footprints with paint, make some delicious apricot balls, and build a big cushion mountain. Through the windows, we see a kangaroo trail.
Join Andrew and Leah as they take the toys on a snow adventure, make pictures with coloured ice, see penguins in the Antarctic through the windows, make a Wild Places scrapbook and make a paper snowflake.
Join Leah and Teo as they create squish paintings, make dress up photo puppets for the surprise garden and look through the windows as some children act out the story of superhero Little Ted.
Join Alex and Justine as they make a fairy garden, dress up like a dragon, do some Spanish dancing and meet a zoo keeper through the windows.
Join Jay and Jolene as they create cat and owl masks, make the play dough person calendar, play hopscotch and look through the windows to see some colourful fish at an aquarium.
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