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The Mobile Unit get called back to the Museum of Natural Odd when Oswald's replacement, Ortho, has gone radio silent.
Margaret MK Kemarre Turner tells the Story of the Milky Way in Arrernte as a children's story with leaf puppets.
Discover the forces that make fidget spinners work, and slow them down, when you get to know gravity and friction.
In this lesson, you will learn how to recognise and use alliteration. Tahlia demonstrates how to hear alliteration while reading, and provides the opportunity for you to write your own book using alliteration at home.
Nine-year-old Christina Tie performed in Bendigo's famous Easter Parade in 1889. Can Avie and Alyssa learn the skills they need to put on a show that delights the crowd?
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, learn how Australia and New Zealand have won the right to jointly host the FIFA 2023 Women's World Cup. Europe has been experiencing a heat wave, causing concerns about people abandoning social distancing rules. Plus, there's dragon boat racing, baby pandas, gorillas and a centenarian in the US.
In this lesson, Mrs Jegers teaches you how to make predictions about the content of a text. She demonstrates five simple prediction steps you can take as a text detective.
An animated musical based on the adventure books by Roger Stanton Baum, the great-grandson of L Frank Baum (author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz).
The Behind the News team investigates what procrastination is, some of the possible causes, and strategies to overcome the problem.
In 1940s Melbourne, teenage milkman Conway Tighe got up in the early hours every morning to harness his horse and complete his milk deliveries on time. Will Jeffrin and Harry match his dedication and get the job done?
Omar has great plans to surprise Orla with a 500th birthday party. While Opal keeps Orla busy with a string of false villain leads, Oswald and Omar must track down the ideal birthday presents.
It's grand final day and our players are taking on bungee-basketball, the Smashhdown wind chamber and our epic obstacle course! Who can nail their shots and become Australia's No.1 junior all-rounder?
In this lesson, you will learn how to identify and use pronouns and nouns. Ms Sheddan demonstrates how to recognise pronouns and nouns in a book, and how to use pronouns to replace nouns when writing.
Student scientists use their coding and problem solving skills to program their Sphero robots to draw squares and navigate a maze.
The federal government has announced a financial support package for the Arts industry in Australia. The Louvre is set to open in July after being closed for almost four months. The US Open organisers announced that the wheelchair competition will now in fact be a part of the upcoming 2020 tournament.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.