Stanley digs up a fossil and shows the camp councillor. He learns Camp Green Lake was once a populous lakeside town with ties to Mr Sir's family. The group accepts Stanley at the expense of Zero, once his only friend. The camp councillor tries to discuss why the boys are here, but the lines between good and bad are blurry. Zero asks Stanley for help, but Stanley refuses him.
Get moving and energise your body and mind! In this hip hop workshop Dallas teaches us the 'air swipe'. Challenge your strength and coordination by giving it a go!
Energise yourself, get up and move. Learn this controlled dance to 'Left me here' by Jimblah with the help of Travis De Vries and Shari.
Get up and move with Jaymzhi and Shari as they teach you some deadly choreography to 'Face the fire' by Jimblah. Follow the moves and try them for yourself to get energised and have fun!
Dallas from Move it Mobstyle is here to teach you the 'front hooks' hip hop move. Energise your body and mind by having a go for yourself! How did you go? Watch some of Dallas' other workshops and put the moves together for some deadly choreography.
Shari and Tahlia have a super fun dance to go with the song 'No Shame' by Dizzy Doolan. Get up and get your body and mind moving while you have fun learning this choreography. Dance with a friend or two to make it even better!
Do you think you have what it takes to learn this break dance routine by Milika and Darren? A good one for basketball fans they incorporate some moves like shooting hoops and 'around the world'. Get up, get moving, energise and challenge yourself!
Get up and get moving with this simple choreography from Darren and Cody. Energise your body and your mind as you try it for yourself!
In this clip, Dallas is teaching us the 'W drop' move. Get up, get moving and energise yourself as you try this move out for yourself.
Scientists observe fires on a small scale so they know what to do in a real bushfire. What three things drive bushfire behaviour? What does the hessian on the table represent? What does ‘topography’ mean? What kind of things fuel a fire? Do fires travel faster uphill or downhill? Why do dead leaves burn more quickly than green leaves? How does a fire break work?
Junior scientist Phoebe demonstrates the way water can contract, expand, gain energy and even mix itself under different conditions. To conduct these experiments yourself, you'll need two identical clear jars, blue and red food colouring, hot, cold and room temperature water, blue ice cubes, a small plastic bottle and a larger clear plastic tank.
Mike takes the team on a secret visit to Monsters, Inc to build their spirits but they are spotted by security.
A look at young Indigenous students learning to read with the Honey Ant readers.
Sully admits to Mike he's frightened and sympathises with him over his lack of scariness.
The Oozma Kappa team is challenged to capture a flag without being caught by a librarian.
Mike makes a bet with Hardscrabble to reinstate him in the scare program if his team wins the Scare Games.
Join junior scientist Elizabeth as she demonstrates how to make a colour-mixing wheel. To make your own spinning colour illusion, collect some cardboard, scissors, glue, string, red, blue and yellow markers and a pen or a computer.
Alex joins Erin Riding at the McIntyre Centre for the Disabled. Equinebased therapy helps disabled people learn skills for life. Independence and selfesteem are gained while caring for horses tacking up, leading, and safety training lend a sense of ownership.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.