Home Learning TV | Papa Kāinga TV
This time around Home Learning TV | Papa Kāinga TV will take over TVNZ’s DUKE+1 daytime schedule between 9am and 1pm on week days, with programmes and lessons for children aged 2 to 11 years.
DUKE+1 is available on Freeview channel 18 (or Sky channel 504). Episodes will also be available OnDemand soon after the original broadcast.
Friday 22 October
For the most up-to-date schedule, please check the TV guide on your television or device.
Printable version of TV schedule [PDF, 134KB]
|9.00am||Karen's House||Come to Karen O’Leary’s house every morning to learn through play.||2-5 year olds|
|9.10am||Tamariki Takeover||Showcasing tamariki from all over Aotearoa, giving us an insight into what our kids find most important to them.||5–7 year olds|
|9.15am||Junior Wellbeing||It's time to look after our wellbeing as we start of the day.||5–7 year olds|
|9.30am||Maia the Brave||Join the wonderful adventures of Maia the Brave and discover the how and why of the world around us!||5–7 year olds|
|9.35am||Junior Literacy: Stung!||Join Teina to find out about determination||5–7 year olds|
|10.00am||Flash||Join Flash the wildlife photographer as he finds and films amazing animals in Aotearoa. The canine crusader goes to crazy extremes to get the perfect photo - photography has never been so fun!||5–7 year olds|
|10.05am||Junior Maths: Square patterns||Join Suzy Cato to take a closer look at squares, and how to use them to form other shapes||5–7 year olds|
|10.25am||Fanimals||We join Baxter for an adventure in Food World, find out if you're one of this week's Clubhouse Cuties and Niamh shows us around her farm.||5-9 year olds|
|10.50am||Junior Project: Bag of surprises||Develop your curiosity skills with Tony and his bag of surprises||5-7 year olds|
|11.05am||Kitchen Science||Join Michelle Dickinson (Nanogirl & The Imaginauts) and her helpers as they create fun and exciting science experiments that you can do at home. Today, avocado dip.||5-9 year olds|
|11.10am||Junior Te Reo||Whaea Erina brings us today's junior lesson in Te Reo Maori.||5–7 year olds|
|11.35am||Fanimals||We check out some chooks with Poultry Judge Brian Glassey and another clubhouse pooch is ready to tackle Kuri Totika.||5-9 year olds|
|12.00pm||Brain Busters||Kiwi kids compete in a series of increasingly tricky challenges involving maths, memory, spelling and more - working towards the ultimate test of smarts and stamina, the Brain Buster!||5–7 year olds|
|12.25pm||Middle Literacy: Hooked into writing part 2||Marissa Paniora’s lesson today is about using a plan to construct an opening paragraph that grabs the reader’s attention.||8-11 year olds|
|12.40pm||Middle Science: Pūoru – The science of music and sound||Explore the nature and properties of sound using everyday items as percussion instruments||8-11 year olds|
Lesson plans and other resources that teachers, kaiako and whānau can use to support Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV programmes are available as part of the weekly schedules below.
Mauri Reo, Mauri Ora
For Mauri Reo, Mauri Ora visit the Māori Television website or the Kauwhata Reo website.
The Ministry of Education and Education Review Office have worked with a number of people and organisations to bring Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV to the learners of Aotearoa New Zealand.
We are very grateful to our partners at TVNZ for their educational support of our children and young people.
We would also like to acknowledge the following organisations that had the capacity to support us in developing lesson plans while schools were closed:
|Organisation||Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV|
|Cognition Education Ltd||Junior Projects|
|Education Technology||Junior / Middle Maths|
|Learning Solutions||Junior / Middle Literacy|
|Massey University||Junior / Middle Maths|
|Waikato University Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato
Science Learning Hub
|Junior / Middle Science|
|Vision Education||Junior / Middle Literacy|
|Dingle Foundation||Junior Wellbeing|
|Learning Matters – Carla McNeil||Junior Literacy|