Visit a hospital for native Australian wildlife. Sail Sydney Harbour on a tall ship, and find out how rock climbing and raft building can build team morale.
Hexa-flexa-what-agon? This episode, we get to play with the world's kookiest, craziest 3D shapes. We'll find out how some bumpy-looking shapes can deliver a smooth ride and Hamza will invent his very own shape: the bloopezoid.
Footy mad super-fan Amren has some tough questions for her AFLW idol, Darcey Vescio.
In this episode of Totally Wild there's dog walking tips, an African animal quiz, why we shouldn't feed ducks bread and find out how much exercise you should be doing every day and the health benefits it brings.
Little J and Big Cuz are worried when Old Dog goes missing after a big storm. Surely with Uncle Mick in their search party they'll find him. Meanwhile, cheeky Old Dog is safe and sound, causing havoc.
Get your boots on, it's all about soccer. Nick visits a junior club, we discover the science of shooting, plus bubble soccer and a goalkeeping challenge inside the wind chamber.
Nanna is unwell so Little J and Big Cuz eagerly take over running the house: their way. Fun ways to do housework soon descend into slapstick chaos.
In this lesson, Ms Kirszman teaches you how to play Minute to Win It, and she explores how we can quantify collections without needing to count, but by looking and thinking instead.
In this lesson, Miss James teaches you how to solve subtraction problems using counters and pictures. She demonstrates how to set up and solve the subtraction questions.
Pull your socks up, it's all about Aussie rules. Nick visits a world-class stadium, we discover the science of kicking and our players test their passing skills in Bungee-Aussie rules.
Students in Queensland and New South Wales return to face to face teaching and deal with the challenge of getting to school after being told to avoid public transport if possible. A huge storm has hit Western Australia, knocking down power lines. New Zealand experiences an earthquake during a press conference with Jacinda Arden. The AFL is set to restart matches on June 11.
This program is a daily, fast-paced whip around the country to see how kids and celebs are staying entertained in isolation.
Miss White teaches you how to complete formal addition problems without regrouping. She demonstrates how to set up and solve the addition questions correctly.
The May 28, 2020 is the 20th anniversary of the Walk for Reconciliation. Find out more about the bridge walk, the events leading up to it, and its lasting impact on the country. Hear from some kids who speak to their grandma about what the bridge walk meant for her as an Indigenous Australian. The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on many people in the creative industries. Thylacine enthusiasts have unearthed forgotten footage of the last known Tasmanian Tiger. Many people have been adopting dogs and cats during COVID-19, however, some animal welfare groups are worried about what will happen to these animals when life returns to normal.
In Tasmania, some rivers have more than one name. The Tamar River, in Traulwulway country, has two names. Karnernarlukeker is the headwaters. From there to the sea, it's called Ponrabbel.
The school sleepover is exciting and challenging. Little J's scared of the dark and Big Cuz still sleeps with her teddy. Can they get through the night with some help from their friends?
A judge rules on the distribution of funds raised by Celeste Barber for the RFS. Locusts invade parts of northern India, damaging farmland. And in Hamilton, Victoria a mysterious jogger dressed up as a gorilla has been appearing around the country town, baffling locals who want to know his identity.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.