Yarramundi Kids

December 2015

S1 Ep13 - Games We Play

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Today's show is about games. We learn the Darug word for playing, meet todays guest Yaarnz man, Paul Sinclair & Uncle Chris shows us how to use ochres as paint.

S1 Ep12 - Night Sky

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Today's show is about the night sky and the traditional significance of the stars for Darug people.

S1 Ep11 - Reading The Land

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Today's show is about reading the land & making sense of the weather..

S1 Ep10 - Celebrations

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Today's show is about celebrations, including Naidoc Week. Jessica Mauboy sings "Up Down." A diablo expert shows his skills & we learn more words in the Darug language

S1 Ep9 - The Senses

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Today's show is about how we use our senses to smell, touch, taste, hear & see. We see Chris Sarra as a little boy. Storytime is "The 2-Hearted Numbat." We learn about Aboriginal fish traps.

S1 Ep4 - Friends

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This episode highlights the importance of friendship. The special guest today is rapper Munki Muk.

S1 Ep3 - Connections

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The Yarramundi Kids speak about being Darug mob from Sydney area. Our guest today is Kerrianne Cox. The Darug Dreaming story is Wagan, the Crow.

S1 Ep2 - My Body

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With guest is comedian Sean Choolburra we learn a new word in the Darug language, hear a story about Bip the Snapping Bungaroo, see Jannawi Dance Theatre & learn the importance of ant mounds.
November 2015

S1 Ep1 - Emotions And Feelings

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"Feelings & Emotions" deals with how events in our lives affect how we feel about ourselves & each other.
August 2015

S1 Ep8 - Life Cycle

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We see how everything has a life cycle. Kerrianne Cox sings "Bush Tucker" song. Lillii Pilli shows her Nan's backyard. Storytime is Caterpillar & Butterfly.
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