This program focuses on the body in action using its skeleton and muscles from babyhood to old age. Our skeleton has joints so we can move our body into different shapes but it needs muscles to make it move.
This program follows the morning routine of a young boy, and looks at how his body works as a system. He uses his muscles and bones to get out of bed, and as he yawns, the program explains how his lungs, blood and heart work. As he eats his breakfast the program looks at his digestive system and introduces his brain as the control centre of the body to make all these things happen.
When Nemo, a young clownfish, is unexpectedly carried far from home, his overprotective father, Marlin, and Dory, a friendly but forgetful regal blue tang fish, embark on an epic journey that leads to encounters with vegetarian sharks, surfer dude turtles, hypnotic jellyfish and hungry seagulls.
This program shows how milk gets from the cow to the table. To produce milk cows need lush green grass and a calf, as they produce milk as food for their calves. While the calves are drinking their mother's milk the cow continues to produce milk. Dairy farmers take the calves away but milk the cows so the cows bodies thinks they are still feeding their calves, but they are really producing milk for the farmer to sell.
This program has been designed to complement and conform with the rlssa aquacode program. Covers safety around the pool, supervision, float and wave procedure, reach to rescue principle.
How do boats float? Why does popcorn pop? Could a dinosaur live today? Join Kellyn, resident scientist Clare, the crew and a cast of historical characters as they brainstorm answers to your questions.
Successive shots of the same locations at different times of the year illustrate the changing life cycle of trees, from green growth through to autumn leaves and bare branches. Children talk about the different foods they like to eat when it's cold. Finally, viewers are shown how to read and interpret temperature using a thermometer.
David Seaman waits for the concert to start, but Bookaboo is missing! Armed with his favourite story book, Whatever by William Bee, he uses all his skills to tackle the problem of getting Bookaboo on stage.
The Number Crew is designed to support and inspire mathematics teaching for 5 to 7 year olds, supporting the development of numeracy and mathematics through 3-D and 2-D animation, story and song. Part 1 is aimed at 5 to 6 year olds, and Part 2 at 6 to 7 year olds, providing some continuity and progression. This episode contains two parts:
1. ALL ABOARD
2. NUMBERS ON THE DOORS
Different scenarios encourage young viewers to think about how rain affects them. We explore different ways to predict rain, and learn about the water cycle with the aid of a simple graphic. Successive shots showing dams, a reservoir and a creek, at different times of the year, illustrate how rain can change the water level in some places.
This program includes a wide range of vegetables, some familiar and some a little more unusual. We meet a family who grows all their own vegetables. We see them planting, weeding, and harvesting. We visit markets in different parts of the world and see people buying and selling vegetables.
This program explores the reasons why we have tall buildings and some of the problems architects need to solve when designing structures that go up instead of out.
Come along with Andrew and Karen as they make bottle top bugs, play a game of skittles and see a walk through a national park 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.
Today, moorditj walang, good health is about looking after our bodies every day. It's solid koolangka!
From facilities for delivering goods to features that make cleaning easier, this program shows how a well designed shopping centre meets the needs of people who use it.