In this lesson, Mrs Jegers teaches you how to monitor your understanding when you're reading. She demonstrates how to be a syllable surfer, breaking down larger words by identifying vowel sounds and syllables.
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Williams loves Spy Toys by Mark Powers. Let's find out why!
In the lead up to the Winter Solstice, BtN explains what light pollution is and the effects it can have on humans and animals. Some university degrees are set to become more expensive. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles debuts a move that has never been done before. School students talk to soccer star Hakeem al-Araibi about his experiences as a refugee.
Mylie loves animals and growing trees. She is spending the day with Katie Finlay, a successful orchardist, to learn more about Mother Nature and how to run a productive farm.
Watch and learn about different careers. This is just one of many jobs that can help people in the community.
Outer space, underwater, in 3000 years time. When and where will your science fiction story begin?
Learn how to segment words into smaller parts to decode unfamiliar words. Ms McAlister demonstrates how to segment using blends, digraphs and compound words.
In 1850, 12-year-old Thekla Staude regularly trekked 26km from her home in Hahndorf village to sell her handmade produce at market in Adelaide. Will Maeve and Harper complete the long walk to market to make a sale? Learn about Australia's history as these kids experience what it was like.
Who can tackle a stadium full of crazy challenges to win sport's greatest prize? Join Australia's biggest sporting stars, a squad of comedic characters, plus 16 of the brightest junior all-rounders for the ultimate knockout tournament!
Part husky, part wolf, Balto doesn't know where he belongs. He's an outcast in Alaska, except to his true friends - Boris, the Russian snow goose; polar bear cubs Muk and Luk; and the beautiful husky, Jenna. Even though he's different, all of Balto's friends recognise what he still can't see himself: his noble spirit. One day, a serious diphtheria epidemic spreads fast among the children of Nome. When a fierce blizzard closes off all routes of transport, there's no way to obtain lifesaving medicine - unless a team of sled dogs can race 600 miles through the blinding Arctic storm and bring back anti-toxin. But when the dogs get lost in the frozen wilderness, only Balto can rescue the team and save the children.
You will learn how to segment words into individual sounds to decode unfamiliar words. Ms McAlister demonstrates how to segment words into individual sounds.
In 1832, 13-year-old Kadli was chosen as the best player of the match during a Kaurna game of Parntu. Can our modern footballers Ray Ray and Jaikye match his skills to win the best and fairest title? Learn about Aboriginal Australia's history as these kids experience what it was like.
Tensions rise between states in Australia as the Premier of South Australia opens borders to Western Australia, Queensland and Tasmania only. Australia and the United Kingdom are negotiating a free trade agreement. Wheelchair tennis, mixed double and junior competitions have been dropped from this 2020 US Open tennis tournament.
Convict kids in Australia suffered a variety of punishments for even the most minor offences. These punishments ranged from flogging to solitary confinement or work gangs.
This special about the arts looks at the history of portraits. We also sit in on a music lesson with Paul Kelly, find out about the Spinifex Gum choir, and get a beatboxing masterclass with some pros from the UK.
It's Caribbean Day as Nick heads to little athletics, we discover the weird Caribbean sport of goat-racing, plus our players test their cricket skills inside the wind chamber.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.