´╗┐In animation, hands do different activities, like taking pictures, cooking, knitting.

Then the hand presses a battery connected to the title of the show and lights up. The title reads "How to do stuff good."

(music plays)

Yasmin jumps in the studio.

Yasmin is around 11, with long straight blond hair in a ponytail and wears black jeans and a mustard yellow shirt.

She says HI, AND WELCOME TO
HOW TO DO STUFF GOOD.
I'M YAS,
AND TODAY'S EPISODE IS GOING TO
BE OUT OF THIS WORLD.
I'LL BE SHOWING YOU
SOME OF THE SCIENCE OF SPACE.
AND HERE'S WHAT THE REST
OF MY SPACE CREW ARE UP TO.

A caption reads "Coming up."

Abhishek I'M GOING TO SHOW YOU
HOW TO CREATE
THIS TOTALLY EPIC
INTERGALACTIC KALEIDOSCOPE.

Adelaide says UPGRADE YOUR OLD CLOTHES
WITH A GALAXY MAKEOVER.

Miles says MAKE YOUR OWN FLYING ROCKET
OUT OF A POOL NOODLE.

Molly says I'M MAKING A CHOCOLATE BARK
THAT'S OUT OF THIS WORLD.
MILKY YAY!

(music plays)

Yasmin says HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT
THE RESTAURANT ON THE MOON?
GREAT FOOD,
BUT THERE'S NO ATMOSPHERE.

(BUZZ!)

Yasmin says OK, TERRIBLE JOKE.
BUT SERIOUSLY, THERE'S
NO ATMOSPHERE ON THE MOON.
HERE'S A FUN EXPERIMENT YOU CAN
DO TO SHOW HOW CRATERS ARE MADE
AND WHY THE MOON
LOOKS THE WAY IT DOES.
YOU'LL BE NEEDING
A LARGE TRAY FULL OF FLOUR,
SOME COCOA POWDER, A SIEVE,
AND SOME RANDOM OBJECTS
OR METEORITES.
AS YOU CAN SEE,
I'VE GOT A LAYER OF FLOUR
ABOUT THREE CENTIMETRES DEEP
AND I'M ABOUT TO SIEVE
THE COCOA POWDER.
OH, THAT IS SO SATISFYING.
THE COCOA POWDER IS THE DIRT,
OR THE SURFACE, OF THE MOON.
AND THE FLOUR IS THE LAYERS
OF MATERIAL UNDERNEATH IT.
AND NOW WE'RE READY
FOR THE METEORITES.
HERE WE GO.

She drops the objects on the tray and they make craters.

(BANG!)

Yasmin says OK, I'M GOING TO TRY
A BIGGER METEORITE.
(BANG!)
AND NOW AN EVEN BIGGER ONE.

(BOOM!)

Yasmin says WHOA!
UH, TOO BIG?
CHECK OUT THE CRATER
THAT IT LEFT.
IF YOU'VE EVER BEEN LUCKY ENOUGH
TO SEE A SHOOTING STAR,
WHAT YOU'RE SEEING
IS A SMALL METEOR
BURNING UP
IN EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE.
BUT BECAUSE THE MOON HAS NO
ATMOSPHERE TO BURN THEM UP,
METEORS JUST SLAM
STRAIGHT INTO IT,
LEAVING MASSIVE CRATERS.
EVEN TINY METEORITES CAN CREATE
HUGE CRATERS ON THE MOON
WHEN THEY HIT IT
WITH SUPER SPEED.
THE FLOUR THAT GETS THROWN UP
AT IMPACT IS KNOWN AS EJECTA,
AND BY STUDYING THAT
AND THE CRATERS,
SCIENTISTS CAN FIGURE OUT
HOW BIG THE METEORITE WAS.
OH! IT TOTALLY LOOKS LIKE
THE SURFACE OF THE MOON.
THIS IS SO MUCH FUN.
BUT I'LL BE BACK LATER ON
WITH SOME MORE SPACE SCIENCE.

(music plays)

Now Abhishek dances in the studio.

Abhishek is in his early teens, with short wavy brown hair and wears off white trousers and a forest green tee.

He says TOO CLOUDY TO GO STARGAZING?
FEAR NOT.
LET'S BRING THE STARS TO YOU.

A caption reads "Galaxy in a tube."

Abhishek says FOR MY INTERGALACTIC
KALEIDOSCOPE, YOU'LL NEED
TAPE, AN OLD CHIP CONTAINER,
MIRRORED CARDBOARD, BEADS,
SOME CLEAR PLASTIC,
MAYBE SOMETHING
FROM A STRAWBERRY CONTAINER,
AND SOME MORE COLOURFUL TAPE.
FIRST UP, LET'S GET ALL THE
PARTS OF THE KALEIDOSCOPE READY.
TRACE OUT YOUR CHIP CONTAINER
ONTO THE PLASTIC
AND CUT OUT TWO DISCS.
MAKE SURE ONE IS SMALLER
THAN THE OTHER.
YOU'LL FIND OUT WHY LATER.
NEXT UP, FOLD YOUR MIRRORED
CARDBOARD INTO THIRDS
AND MAKE SURE THE EDGES
ARE REALLY SHARP.
YOU SHOULD BE LEFT
WITH A TRIANGLE LIKE THIS.
AND MAKE SURE THE SHINY SIDE IS
ON THE INSIDE OF THE TRIANGLE.
IT'S TIME TO START ASSEMBLING.
FIRST UP, POP THE LID OF
THE CHIP CONTAINER ONTO THE END.
NEXT, GRAB A HANDFUL OF BEADS
AND POUR THEM IN.
OOH! SPACEY!
GRAB THE SMALLER PLASTIC DISC
THAT YOU CUT OUT
AND POP IT STRAIGHT IN.
THAT'LL KEEP ALL THE BEADS
NICE AND SNUG AT THE BOTTOM.
GET YOUR TRIANGLE
MIRRORED CARDBOARD
AND TAPE THAT UP RIGHT THERE.
PUT THAT IN, SO IT FITS NICE AND
SNUG ALL THE WAY AT THE BOTTOM.
NEXT, GRAB YOUR OTHER
PLASTIC DISC
AND STICK IT ON TO SEAL
ALL THE OTHER PARTS IN.
HOLD IT UP TO THE LIGHT
AND WITNESS THE STARRY SHOW.
WOW.
THIS LOOKS AMAZING.

The caption changes to "Would you go to space?"

Christian says OH, IF I COULD,
WOULD I GO INTO SPACE?

Abhishek says NO.

Molly says NO.

Lila says ABSOLUTELY NOT. NO.
I WOULD NEVER GO TO SPACE
EVER IN MY LIFE.

Adelaide says I WATCHED THIS VIDEO OF WHAT
HAPPENS TO YOGHURT IN SPACE.
IT BLOWS UP.
AND I REALLY DON'T WANT
TO BLOW UP.

Miles says YOU COULD, LIKE,
HIGH-FIVE SOMEONE
AND THEN GET PUSHED
INTO INFINITY.

Federico says I REALLY WANT TO EXPERIENCE
ZERO GRAVITY.
I WANT TO, LIKE,
THROW FOOD ALL AROUND
AND THEN JUST GO AH, RAH, RAH!

Devonte says YOU KNOW HOW YOU HAVE TO WEAR
A HELMET THING
OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT?
AND IF YOU DON'T,
YOU, LIKE, SUFFOCATE?
I'M NOT TOO GOOD WITH THAT.

(music plays)

Now Miles dances in the studio.

Miles is in his early teens, with short wavy brown hair and wears jeans and a denim shirt.

He says TODAY, I'M GOING TO SHOW YOU
HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN ROCKET
OUT OF THIS.

Someone from behind the camera gives him a pool noodle.

Miles says THANK YOU, MYSTERIOUS,
MAGIC ADULT.
WE'RE GOING TO NEED SOMETHING
TO GET IT FLYING, THOUGH,
AND THAT IS SCIENCE,
AND ALSO SOME OTHER STUFF.

The caption changes to "Rocket Flinger."

Miles says TO MAKE YOUR OWN POOL NOODLE
ROCKET, YOU'LL NEED
A POOL NOODLE - OBVIOUSLY,
SOME RUBBER BANDS,
A PENCIL AND SOME DUCT TAPE.
FIRSTLY, GET AN ADULT
TO CUT YOUR POOL NOODLE
INTO 25 CENTIMETRES LONG.

(CLANG!)

The adult throws him a 25 centimetres long section of a noodle.

Miles says OH!
THANK YOU...MAGICAL ADULT.
THEN WRAP YOUR FIRST STRIP
OF DUCT TAPE
AROUND THE TOP OF THE NOODLE.
USING A SHARP PENCIL,
AND BEING SUPER CAREFUL,
POKE A HOLE THROUGH ONE END
OF THE ROCKET TO THE OTHER.
PULL OUT THE PENCIL...
ALL THAT WORK FOR NOTHING.
AM I RIGHT?
PUT A RUBBER BAND
OVER THE WHOLE PENCIL LIKE THIS,
AND TRY AND PUT IT THROUGH
THE ROCKET.
NOW YOU WANT TO GET
THE PENCIL OUT
BUT KEEP THE RUBBER BAND IN.
HE HAS LITTLE EARS NOW.
GRAB ONE OF THESE EARS
AND PUT IT OVER THE TOP,
AND THEN GRAB THE OTHER EAR
AND PUT THAT OVER THE TOP.
AND YOUR ROCKET
SHOULD LOOK LIKE THIS.
THEN WRAP SOME MORE DUCT TAPE
OVER THE END OF THE NOODLE
TO MAKE IT SUPER STRONG.
SO NEXT, YOU'VE GOT TO GET
ANOTHER RUBBER BAND
AND PUT IT UNDER AND THROUGH
YOUR FIRST RUBBER BAND.
SO INSTEAD OF HUMAN EARS,
YOU GET BUNNY EARS.
THEN PUT ONE BUNNY EAR THROUGH
THE OTHER AND PULL IT TIGHT.
YOU CAN DECORATE THIS
TO MAKE IT LOOK MORE COOL,
BUT I JUST WANT TO SEE IT FLY.
WRONG WAY.

He tries to fly the rocket and misses a couple of times.

(BUZZ!)
(BUZZ!)

He says FINAL FLIGHT ATTEMPT.
(DING!)

Miles says YAY!
SO WHAT'S GOING ON?
WELL, WHEN A RUBBER BAND IS JUST
SITTING THERE, IT HAS NO ENERGY,
BUT THE MORE YOU PULL IT BACK,
THE MORE YOU'RE LOADING IT
WITH POTENTIAL ENERGY
UNTIL THE POTENTIAL ENERGY TURNS
INTO KINETIC ENERGY, OR MOTION,
AND IT FLINGS AWAY.
YOU CAN TRY THIS OUT
WITH ONLY PULLING
THE RUBBER BAND A LITTLE BIT...
WUMP, WUMP...OR YOU CAN TRY IT
WITH A LOT OF POTENTIAL ENERGY.
(BLAM!)

Miles says SORRY!
AH...I GOTTA BLAST.

Now Devonte dances in the studio kitchen.
Devonte is in his early teens, with short wavy brown hair and wears a red and white striped T-shirt and a blue apron.

He says WANT TO MAKE
A SUPER QUICK SPACE SNACK?
CHECK OUT MY NO-BAKE
MOON COOKIES.
YOU'LL NEED SOME WHEAT GERM,
PEANUT BUTTER, HONEY,
MILK POWDER,
CEREAL AND ICING SUGAR.
IF YOU'RE ALLERGIC
TO PEANUT BUTTER,
JUST GET SOME NUT-FREE BUTTER.
INTO A BOWL,
YOU'LL NEED TO CHUCK IN
SOME WHEAT GERM,
SOME PEANUT BUTTER,
SOME HONEY,
YOUR MILK POWDER, ICING SUGAR,
BUT NOT YOUR CEREAL JUST YET.
THEN WET YOUR HANDS
AND GET STUCK IN.
MIGHT GET A LITTLE BIT MESSY.
YOU WANT TO TRY AND MAKE IT
INTO A DOUGH SORT OF BALL.
ONCE IT LOOKS LIKE THIS,
ADD IN SOME CEREAL.
TRY NOT TO BREAK THE CEREAL UP
TOO MUCH.
YOU DO WANT A BIT OF CRUNCH.
ROLL THEM INTO BALLS
ABOUT THIS BIG,
AND THEN DIP THEM
INTO ICING SUGAR
AND PUT THEM
ON THE BAKING TRAY.
YOU WANT IT TO LOOK
A BIT LIKE THE MOON.
YOU CAN POP THEM INTO A FRIDGE
FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS,
BUT THEY'RE READY TO EAT
RIGHT NOW.

Now Adelaide dances in the studio.

Adelaide is in her early teens, with mid-length wavy red hair and wears glasses, a printed T-shirt and a blue overall.

She says RECYCLING OLD CLOTHES
IS ONE OF THE BEST WAYS
TO SAVE THE PLANET,
SO I'M GOING TO GIVE A FEW ITEMS
A SPACEY MAKEOVER
THAT'S OUT OF THIS WORLD.

The caption changes to "Galaxy kicks."

Adelaide says ALL YOU NEED
FOR THESE GALAXY SHOES ARE
A PAIR OF OLD WHITE SNEAKERS,
MARKERS,
WHITE FABRIC PAINT,
AND - HERE'S THE WEIRD ONE -
HAND SANITISER.
SO WE'RE GOING TO BE NICE
AND SANITARY.
AND SOME MASKING TAPE.
START BY GIVING YOUR SHOES
A QUICK CLEAN,
THEN STUFF IN SOME OLD PAPER
TO HELP THEM KEEP THEIR SHAPE.
FINITO!
WRAP YOUR SHOES
WITH SOME MASKING TAPE
TO COVER ALL THE RUBBER.
DONE.
NOW FOR THE FUN BIT.
GET YOUR MARKERS AND START
COLOURING IN YOUR SHOES.
MAKE SURE YOU START
WITH THE LIGHTER COLOURS.
IT LOOKS A BIT WEIRD NOW,
BUT DON'T WORRY,
IT'LL GET BETTER.
EARTH FACT -
AUSTRALIANS THROW OUT 6,000
KILOGRAMS OF DISCARDED CLOTHING
EVERY 10 MINUTES.
THAT'S WHY IT'S SUCH A GOOD IDEA
TO UPCYCLE CLOTHING
THAT YOU'D OTHERWISE THROW OUT.
SCRIBBLE SHOES!
THIS IS HAND SANITISER.
REMEMBER, CHECK WITH
YOUR PARENTS BEFORE USING IT.
I DILUTED IT HALF-HALF
WITH WATER.
NOW FOR THE MAGIC.
GET YOUR HAND SANITISER
AND BLOB IT ONTO YOUR SHOES.
OH, MY GOSH! THIS IS SO COOL.
YOU TOTALLY WANT TO SOAK
THESE SHOES WITH HAND SANITISER.
THIS IS SO MUCH FUN.
YOU SHOULD SERIOUSLY TRY IT.
ONCE YOU'RE HAPPY WITH THE
PATTERN, LEAVE THESE TO DRY.
OH, THAT LOOKS SO GOOD.
NOW GET YOUR WHITE FABRIC PAINT
AND DOT ON STARS,
MOONS, METEORS,
WHATEVER YOU LIKE.
YOU DON'T JUST HAVE TO DO THIS
WITH SHOES.
YOU CAN DO IT WITH ANYTHING.
T-SHIRTS, CAPS...
THEY JUST HAVE TO BE WHITE.
WOW. CHECK IT.
IT'S OUT OF THIS WORLD, MAN.

The caption changes to "Do you believe in aliens?"

Lila says I DO NOT BELIEVE IN ALIENS.

Christian says I DO BELIEVE IN ALIENS.

Yasmin says NO, I DON'T BELIEVE IN ALIENS.

Federico says DEPENDS WHAT YOU CLASSIFY
AN ALIEN.

Adelaide says I'LL HAVE TO SAY YES,
BUT NOT LIKE GREEN HEADS, LEMON
SHAPED, TEARDROPS, KIND OF...
(BURBLES)
(ALL BURBLE).."ATTACK EARTH" KIND OF ALIENS.
I THINK THAT ALIENS
WOULD PROBABLY BE LIKE
JUST PLANTS OR ORGANISMS.

Miles says THE GALAXIES ARE INFINITE,
SO THERE COULD BE OTHER LIFE
OUT THERE.
I'M NOT SURE.

Now Molly dances in the studio.

Molly is in her early teens, with long wavy brown hair and wears a yellow T-shirt and a striped multi-coloured apron.

Molly says CHOCOLATE -
IT'S UNIVERSALLY LOVED.
SO HERE'S MY SPIN
ON CHOCOLATE BARK
THAT IS SURE TO GET YOU
SOME BROWNIE POINTS.
TO INFINITY AND BEYOND!

The caption changes to "Galaxy barks."

Molly says FOR MY COSMIC CHOCO BARK,
YOU WILL NEED
DARK CHOCOLATE MELTS,
WHITE CHOCOLATE MELTS,
DIVIDED INTO TWO,
OIL-BASED FOOD COLOURING -
I'VE GONE FOR BLUE AND PURPLE,
BUT YOU CAN CHOOSE
WHATEVER COLOURS YOU LIKE.
SPRINKLES - YAY.
EDIBLE GLITTER - DOUBLE YAY!
STEP ONE - ASK A FRIENDLY ADULT
TO MELT ALL YOUR CHOCOLATE.
THERE'S A LOT, SO... BETTER BE NICE.
NOW ADD YOUR FOOD COLOURING.
YOU'VE GOT TO USE POWDER
OR OIL-BASED FOOD COLOURING,
BECAUSE IF YOU USE
THE REGULAR FOOD COLOURING
THAT YOU CAN GET
FROM THE SUPERMARKET,
IT'S GOING TO CURDLE
THE CHOCOLATE,
AND THAT'S JUST GOING TO BE LIKE
CURDLED MILK.
IT'S ALSO REALLY IMPORTANT
THAT YOU USE A METAL SPOON,
NOT A WOODEN SPOON, TO DO THIS.
POUR THE MELTED DARK CHOCOLATE
INTO A FOIL-LINED DISH,
SPREAD IT OUT
ALL AROUND YOUR TRAY
BEFORE YOU ADD
YOUR COLOURED CHOCOLATE.
THIS IS KIND OF ACTING LIKE
A BASE.
NOW THAT YOU'VE GOT
YOUR CHOCOLATE ALL SPREAD OUT,
IT'S TIME TO ADD OUR COLOURS.
AND WHAT I'M GOING TO DO IS
I'M GOING TO PUT THE COLOURS
IN DIFFERENT SORT OF SPLOTCHES
ALL AROUND
INSTEAD OF ONE BIG GO,
SO THEN IT'S EASIER
TO MARBLE AROUND
AND GET THAT PRETTY EFFECT.
IT'S TIME TO MARBLE.
SPRINKLE TIME.
SPRINKLE ON
YOUR SILVER SPRINKLES -
I'M JUST GOING TO GO TO TOWN
WITH THIS
BECAUSE WHO DOESN'T LOVE
A LOT OF SPRINKLES? -
AND EDIBLE GLITTER
IF YOU'RE FEELING EXTRA.
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU USE EDIBLE
GLITTER, NOT CRAFT GLITTER.
I'M SO HAPPY WITH THIS.
INTO THE FRIDGE IT GOES.
ONCE IT'S COMPLETELY HARD,
BREAK IT UP INTO CHUNKS...
AND YOU'RE DONE.
GET READY
TO FEAST YOUR HEART OUT.
YOU'D HAVE TO BE AN ALIEN
NOT TO LOVE THIS.

(music plays)

Now Elena dances in the studio.

Elena is in her mid teens, with long straight brown hair and wears a white drawstring skirt and a red T-shirt.

She says GOT A TEST COMING UP
AND YOU NEED TO MEMORISE
THE ORDER OF THE PLANETS
IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM?
WELL, YOU COULD JUST STARE AT IT
ALL DAY.
OR YOU CAN LEARN
A REALLY EASY MEMORY TRICK.
JUST MAKE UP A SENTENCE WHERE
THE FIRST LETTER OF EACH WORD
IS THE SAME AS THE ORDER
OF THE PLANETS.
SO, MERCURY, VENUS,
EARTH, MARS, JUPITER, SATURN,
URANUS AND NEPTUNE,
YOU CAN MAKE UP
ANY SENTENCE YOU LIKE.
BUT HERE ARE SOME SUGGESTIONS
FROM ME.

She says "My vampire eats mangos juiced, squished up nice. Miss very early mornings just sleep until noon. My velociraptor eats meat juicy steaks ultimate noms."

She says THERE YOU GO!
A TRICK YOU'LL NEVER FORGET.
IN OTHER WORDS...

She says "My very easy memory jog suits us nicely."

She waves and says BYE!

Yasmin says SO WE KNOW THE MOON TRAVELS
IN ORBIT AROUND THE EARTH,
AND THE EARTH ORBITS THE SUN,
RIGHT?
BUT WHY?
WELL, MY FRIENDS,
THE ANSWER IS GRAVITY.
SO HOW DOES GRAVITY
AFFECT THE PLANETS?
LET'S CHECK IN
WITH A FRIEND OF MINE.

In an Einstein costume, Yasmin says HELLO, FRIEND. I AM THE FAMOUS
SCIENTIST ALBERT EINSTEIN.
I CAME UP WITH THE THEORY
THAT TIME AND SPACE IS LIKE
A BIG PIECE OF STRETCHY FABRIC
THAT STRETCHES
ALL THROUGH THE UNIVERSE.
I'M VERY SMART.

Yasmin says EINSTEIN'S THEORY IS THAT,
BECAUSE TIME AND SPACE IS LIKE
A BIG PIECE OF STRETCHY FABRIC,
A BIG OBJECT, LIKE OUR SUN,
COULD JUST BEND THROUGH
THE FABRIC, LIKE THIS.

She throws a metal boll on a circle of stretchy fabric.

She says AND THAT MEANS ANYTHING
THAT COMES CLOSE TO THE OBJECT
WILL GET DRAWN TOWARDS IT,
LIKE THIS.
AND THAT'S WHY OUR EARTH
ORBITS THE SUN
AND WHY ALL OBJECTS IN SPACE
ARE AFFECTED BY THE OTHER
OBJECTS AROUND THEM.
THANKS, EINSTEIN.

Einstein says YOU'RE SO WELCOME.

Yasmin says NOW, REMEMBER, THERE ARE
A LOT OF OBJECTS IN SPACE -
PLANETS, STARS,
SATELLITES, ASTEROIDS.
SO WE'D BETTER CONDUCT
SOME MORE EXPERIMENTS.
LET'S ROLL.

She throws balls of different sizes and they all roll around the big metal ball on the fabric.

She says THAT'S SO COOL.
IT'S THE UNIVERSE.
THANKS FOR CHECKING OUT THE
UNIVERSE WITH ALL OF US TODAY.
SEE YOU NEXT TIME ON
HOW TO DO STUFF GOOD.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON
HOW TO DO STUFF GOOD,
SEARCH UP ABC ME.

Music plays as the end credits roll.

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