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.
This program opens with the proposition that houses are not necessarily as safe as they seem.
In a school playground, children eat and talk about apples and various apple products. Why do apple trees grow apples? It all starts with the honey bee.
We visit a city beach and see some of the activities that happen before most people arrive - rubbish collection, a beach cleaning machine in action, lifeguards checking for the safest part of beach.
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.
Numtums are ten cuddly creatures with numbers on their tummies, who love to count! Numtum Number Six throws a party for his favourite number, helps his friend draw a number six in the air and juggles cushions.
Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids Host Jub as she plays with a bouncing ball and does some exercise for the kids while Jason Brown sings a song about his best friend, Sue the Kangaroo and Uncle Warren H Williams plays with some kids at Hermannsburg in the desert.
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 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.
Join Alex and Emma as they build a toy house, cook colourful shape buns, play an animal dress up game and make craft birds! Plus, look through the windows to see a seal show at the zoo.
This program presents Christmas as a time when people show how much they care for others. Whether it's making presents or cooking up a feast, Christmas is portayed as a happy time spent with family and friends. Scenes from a school nativity play help to explain the celebration's religious origins. Traditions such as sending cards, putting up a Christmas tree and writing a note to Santa are all illustrated. The program also shows the preparatoin and sharing of special Christmas foods from a range of cultures.
Waabiny Time (Playing Time) is an engaging and educational thirteen-part series that takes children from the ages of 3 to 6 on an entertaining adventure, guiding them through stories, songs and activities that are authentically indigenous and encourage participation. Today, my Moort, my family make me djoorabiny, they make me happy.