This song for children is a fun way to learn the planets of our solar system.
A fun song teaching young students about the three R's: reduce, reuse, recycle. Perfect for learning about sustainability and to use on Earth Day.
Learn dinosaur names and improve students' memory skills with a fun, 10-level game where they'll have to remember the position of a different dinosaur for each level. Children will be given 10 seconds to memorise behind which number each lost dinosaur is hiding. Show Less
Learn what responsible consumption is based on the 3R Principle: reduce, reuse and recycle. Students will learn that responsible consumption is about consuming products based on our real needs, and choosing options that are beneficial for the environment and the social equilibrium. Show Less
Learn what terrestrial habitats are including their characteristics and the living things found there. Our explorer will walk students through freshwater habitats (rivers and lakes) and saltwater habitats (seas and oceans).
Without native and honeybees, food that humans eat such as chocolate and broccoli could not be grown. This Miniclip explains the important role bees play in pollination and food production. It defines bees as primary consumers and students learn about how bees help flowers reproduce, how honey is made and how to help the bees. Show Less
This Miniclip defines climate change and explains the greenhouse effect and the role of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. While it explores the consequences of climate change on our environment – such as rising sea levels, more frequent extreme weather, and damage to our ecosystems – it also suggests both big and little changes that we can make to protect our Earth. Show Less
Learn what climate change is, what can we do to help reduce it, and how to take better care of our planet. In this video, students will learn about six ways to look after our planet better, including using renewable energies, public transport, reducing the use of plastics, taking care of living beings, recycling, and saving energy. Show Less
Learn what the greenhouse effect is and how it works. In this video, students will find out that the increase of certain gases is harmful for the Earth and will look at several examples related to the cause of this increase like the Industrial Revolution, traffic, electricity consumption, factory production, massive farming or bushfires. Students will also explore ways to prevent this situation from getting worse by recycling, using renewable energies, electric transportation, and reducing the use of plastic. Show Less
Learn what habitats are including their characteristics and the living things found there. Our explorer will walk students through a desert, jungle, woods, prairie, and savannah.
Learn what energy is, what its main properties are, and what types of energy there are. Students will discover how energy is transformed, transferred, transported, and stored as well as the differences between renewable and non-renewable energy sources. Also included is an overview of different types of energy such as thermal energy, mechanical energy, electrical energy, chemical energy, wind power, and hydraulic energy. Show Less
Learn what renewable energy source are, what their main properties are, and what types of energy exist such as solar energy, wind power, tidal wave energy, hydraulic energy, and geothermal energy. Also included is an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of these renewable energy sources. Show Less
Learn what non-renewable energy sources are, what their main properties are, and what types of energy exist such as oil, coal, natural gas, and nuclear energy Also included is an overview of the disadvantages of non-renewable energy sources when compared to renewable energy sources. Show Less
Meet Holly the honey bee, a very busy bee with an important job to do! Sent by Quinnie the Queen Bee, Holly and her new friend Stanley, explore Scarecrow Plough whilst keeping an eye out for tasty nectar. Watch as they discover how farmers work sustainably to make our food, clothing and shelter. Show Less
Maya and Stanley the stick insect are exploring Platypus Creek. If Maya spots a platypus, then she can make a wish! Stanley is on the lookout, but there is a slight problem… He doesn’t know what a platypus looks like! Can you help Stanley identify all the animals in the creek? Show Less
Meet Billie, a lonely platypus that misses her family. Can Stanley the stick insect help her find her family? Together, Billie and Stanley wander around Platypus Creek, discovering the animals that live there. Watch Billie as she learns about different groups of animals, like birds and monotremes. Show Less
Join Maya and her Uncle Greg as they travel through the Blue Mountains. They’re searching for an ancient Wollemi Pine tree! Learn how to identify the different parts of plants, like their leaves and roots. What do each of these parts do? Tag along with Maya and Uncle Greg to find out! Show Less
Lorry the lorikeet is looking for a new home, but he needs some help. Why do different animals live in different places? Is it because they need different things to thrive? Join Maya and Stanley the stick insect as they help design Lorry’s dream home. Show Less
In this video, we learn about forests, one of the world’s biggest biomes. We’ll start by discussing what a forest really is - because it’s a lot more than just trees! The forest is in many ways a key resource, above all for the climate, but also for the economy. The forest absorbs part of the carbon dioxide we release when we burn fossil fuels. We learn about the layers that make up a forest. We also take a closer look at the types of forest that exist and what plants and animals we find there. Why do leaves change color in the fall? We’ll learn that too. Show Less
Students, along with Isaac and his cat Newton, will learn that friction is a contact force that can occur between two solids, a solid and liquid – also known as water resistance, and a solid and a gas – known as air resistance. They will also discover that friction can create heat and cause wear and tear in moving parts, but without it, life would be up in the air! Show Less