When you get into a fight with one of your friends
We all get into fights with our friends from time to time. Tom shares so good ideas of what you can do when you are in a fight with your…
Fights with friends: When getting mad is not so bad
Teacher Tom gives kids some good advice about arguing with friends and how it can be a path to somewhere better in your friendship.
How to be a good friend?
There are a few things you can do which make a big difference to being a good friend and Maggie shares what they are in this video.
Together It’s OK! Song
R U OK? has created a music video to encourage children from Kindergarten to Year 6 to take the time to comfort their friends when they're feeling blue. Watch and…
Why it’s a good idea to share with your friends
Sometimes sharing can be a really difficult thing to do. In this video Teacher Tom talks about why it's a really good idea to share with the people around you.
Help kids learn how babies are made
“How are babies made?” is a question that many adults, sadly, dread having to answer. But, if we can remember to think about the question from the child’s perspective, answering…
Help kids learn how bodies are mostly alike
As children are growing up, it’s important for them to learn the proper names for all of their body parts. Parents and other adult caregivers almost always correctly label the parts that…
Help kids learn about gender
Children receive messages about gender from the time they are born, often based on rigid expectations about the proper roles for girls and boys and men and women, and reinforced…
Help kids learn where babies come from
It’s quite common for children between the ages of three and five to ask questions about where they came from, or more generally, where babies come from. Some parents and…
I don’t know what’s going on and it feels scary?
It can be hard for a little person to understand what is going on, especially when there is a lot of panic. Jason explain what is going on and why…
Why are my parents saying I can’t go to a party?
Why your parents are saying you can't go to a party, you may have been looking forward to go to.
Will my grandparents be ok I’m worried about them?
Your children might hear on the news, on the radio or even overhear one of your conversations about the virus being bad for grandparents, and they might start to worry…
What can I do to help my family?
What can you do for your family during this time?
Why do I keep seeing adults acting mad and sad?
You may see your parents or carers being sad or mad, this is why.