A weekly wrap-up of all the amazing stories happening at home and abroad, made especially for young children to help them understand the world around them. Join Ruby for News Time as she counts down the week’s most interesting news stories for pre-schoolers. Featuring stories about children, animals, special events, the natural world, and outer space, News Time invites little ones to engage with the wider world in a safe space, with a lot of fun along the way.
Moroccan dung beetles and a new coral reef
Today we’re going to dive down to a new coral reef, we’ll meet a soccer player kicking goals off the field, we’ll learn how some helpful bugs are keeping Aussie farms fresh, how a new app is connecting neighbours, and we’ll meet a Samoan beauty queen with a big heart.
Water on the moon and a horse clone
Today we’re travelling back in time to visit the ancient Nazca people of Peru, and blasting off into space to spend some time on the moon…
It’s NAIDOC Week in Australia! A big celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture, and achievement. The theme of this year’s NAIDOC Week is ‘Always was, always will be’. It means that this land, we now call Australia, always was and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land. It recognises that First Nations people have lived and cared for this country for over 65,000 years.
Top 5 Creepy Crawly News
Some can fly, some can crawl, some are microscopic, and some can be heard from miles away! Today, we’re looking back at some of our favourite news stories about our bug buddies – creepy crawlies!
Halloween and Yolŋu surf rock
This week, we’re getting spooky on Halloween, rocking out to Yolŋu tunes and visiting a Starman, waiting in the sky…
Jet packs and peacock spiders
This week, we’re learning about Country, cheering on tennis champion Dylan Alcott and celebrating some very special people in our lives…
I think it is good but can you please make new videos faster?
Children’s voice is very good.
Children’s voices are so cute. I’d love to listen to much more children’s conversations in this program.