A read aloud of Class Two At The Zoo about a class that visits the zoo and learns a lesson after encountering an anaconda.
Mister Maker and a child make a mountain scene using paper, paint, rocks, and flowers.
A read aloud of A Visitor For Bear about a grumpy bear who decides visitors aren't so bad after all.
Mister Maker and a child make use a paper bag, paper, and pipe cleaners to create a picture of a mouse.
Hugo finds out all the different people that can be counted in his family.
Flynn makes Dudley a new lunchbox out of an old ice cream container and Dudley does some recycling.
Titch teaches Ted about heavy and light, large and small, full and halffull using boxes, bowls, and soup.
Mister Maker shows a boy in Hong Kong how to make a woolly monster that looks like a bowl of noodles.
A family barbecue is the setting for this clip where the Nyungar terms for family members are used in context.
Learn a range of Indigenous terms for animals and how to draw their tracks in the sand.
The Waabiny Time singers perform a song about heart, head, hands and legs in Nyungar language.
Learn a range of Indigenous terms for the ocean and the animals living in it.
See how to make a frame for a family photograph using a paper plate and leaves, and using Nyungar terms to describe family.
Nyungar terms are used to describe a nurse's visit to a school, to describe parts of the body, and how to keep clean and healthy.
Mister Maker and several kids make a hot air balloon set and a mini hot air balloon toy or decoration
Mister Maker makes a mini basketball game out of netting, paper, modelling clay, and a tube.
Mister Maker makes a play microphone in a minute using a tube, glitter paper, foil, netting, a bottle top, and modelling clay.
Isn't it a bit strange that we have wax in our ears so why is it there Nina finds out.
A brief overview of what boats can be used for and an introduction to floating.
Fern Britton visits Bookaboo to share the story A Mummy For Owen by Marion Dane Bauer.
A look at the various kinds of hats, helmets, and headgear people wear.
In Tinga Tinga Land, all the ants work on their own and nothing gets done. That is, until they learn to cooperate.
Join Rachel as she goes food shopping at the market with her mum and sister. We learn about different types of Chinese vegetables, fish and noodles.
Waabiny Time team sings about celebrating in Nyungar language, including koort kwobikin as a term for celebrate.
Teo reads the story Red Galoshes
Play School's dashing Andrew McFarlane reads the children's book Butterfly, Butterfly.
Justine reads the story Piglet and Granny written by Margaret Wild.
Watch through the windows as a family visit their local library to borrow some books.
A girl and her friends work together to build a cubby house out of household items.
Mister Maker makes an egg box buddy out of an egg carton, stickers, and cardstock paper in under a minute.
A read aloud of My ThinkAMaJink about a boy who learns how to use his imagination.
Mister Maker makes a hanging bug/spider out of a twopiece plastic Easter egg, yarn, and glue.
Minibeasts even live at the beach see how many you can find. The narrator of these clips asks open questions that allow students time to respond for themselves.
Mister Maker makes a paper apple with a rubber glove worm coming out of a hole.
Flynn and Dudley compare the bridges they built to transport dinosaurs across a toy train. Which one will work
Harrison raps about why we yawn and then explains that all animals yawn.
We have all types of rules in life. Some help us be polite, some keep us safe and some help us get along with others.
Mister Maker makes an eggcellent egg diver using a plastic egg, paper, glue, clay, a bottle cap, and a straw.
Mister Maker and a girl in Hong Kong make a scrunched hand print using scrunched paper and paint.
Dirtgirl and Scrapboy explain where water comes from, why it's important to conserve it and ways to collect it.
Waabiny Time singers introduce a number of Nyungar terms to describe family (moort) and different family members.
Use a bin lid to spin paint together and then print to create a butterfly
Alex and Justine talk about the features of summer, what grows in the garden and what we can do to keep cool and protect ourselves from the sun.
Stories from family members are used in context to illustrate Nyungar terms for family in this Sand Yarning segment.
Learn the Nyungar terms for eyes, ears, noses, hands and feet in Sand Yarning and the felt board.
Mister Maker and a child make a picture of a tree using recycled newspaper, wrapping paper, and glue.
A read aloud of The Wolf's story, Little Red Riding Hood told from the wolf's perspective.
A read aloud of Larf about a sasquatch who thinks he's the only one like him in the world until he hears about another one coming to town.
A read aloud of The Great Sheep Shenanigans about a wolf that learns a lesson when he tries to trick the sheep.
A read aloud of Ping And Pong Are Best Friends (Mostly) about two friends who love the same things, but one does everything better than the other.
Mister Maker makes a paper plate watermelon and shows kids how to make other fruits out of paper plates.
Emma reads Lynley Dodd's Nickle Nackle Tree, counting the different birds in the branches.
A read aloud of The Great Snortle Hunt about a group of animal friends who seek the mysterious Snortle.
There are lots of minibeasts in the garden, like mosquitoes, caterpillars, and butterflies. The narrator of this clip asks open questions that allow the students time to answer.
Dirtgirl sings a song about the importance of rain and water.
Nyungar terms for body parts are used in the context of cleanliness and staying healthy in this Sand Yarning clip.
Make a necklace out of honkey nuts, or gumnuts, in this Waabiny Time craft segment.
Canadian astronaut, Julie Payette, visits Bookaboo to read the story, Aliens Love Underpants by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort.
We all have to grow up and change, but it's all part of life and can be fun and interesting when we watch all the changes that happen to ourselves and our friends.
We found out how exercise helps our blood flow around our bodies and keeps our muscles and lungs strong and healthy.
Nina shows us where are brains are located, why they are important and all the special things each part of the brain can do.
Nina gets help from her neuron friends to find out why we get ticklish and how we can sense hot and cold by touch.
Ted learns that following the directions on how to cook a pizza is important because temperature and time matter.
Titch gets unplanned geometry lessons from Ted as they spend a day at the beach.
Teaching resources for the Australian Curriculum
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