Grade 2 – Grade 6
Dr. Wendy Sue Universe is a very smart cat who investigates tough questions from curious primary school students. Based out of Washington State University, Dr. Universe teams up with professors, researchers, and experts in the field, to tackle big questions like: What is fire? Why does soda fizz? Why is the ocean salty? Why is liquid nitrogen so cold?
Grade 1 – Grade 6
The Australian Reptile Park have created a range of educational videos on Australian animals. Watch them all through the Australian Geographic site.
Grade 3 – Grade 6
A blog from CSIRO, the leading scientific agency in Australia, this blog is updated regularly with fun experiments and information.
Grade 4 – Grade 12
From Australian Geographic to Australian Sky & Telescope, there are a range of eMagazines free to read. Download the Libby by Overdrive app to your device and sign up with your library membership number.
Kindergarten – Grade 12 Science experiments, lesson plans, tricks and demonstrations from ABC’s The Surfing Scientist, Ruben Meerman.
Imagineering in a box is designed to pull back the curtain to show you how artists, designers and engineers work together to create theme parks. Go behind the scenes with Disney Imagineers and complete project-based exercises to design a theme park of your very own.
Articles, videos and news on over 300 health related topics including meditation and yoga videos. For quality, balanced and reliable health information Gale Health and Wellness provides a wealth of information on current health issues and topics. Sign in through the State Library of Queensland.
Explore science’s most popular subjects through interactive learning and activities and digital resources. Sign in with your member number.
All National Geographic magazine content from 1888. Also includes National Geographic books, images, maps and videos as well as National Geographic Traveler magazine from 2010. Sign in with your member number.