Super Humans

Episode

The One with a Superstar Fridge

What the heck are wacucheese sticks and why is Chris Judd groaning?

This clip begins as a traditional lesson in what a professional football player like AFL champion Chris Judd might eat for peak performance, but takes a hilarious turn when he’s “poisoned” by his 10 y/o interviewers. This would be a great springboard into lessons about digestion, nutrition, or even hygiene! You can also take the opportunity to explore acidity and alkalinity by introducing the concept of a natural pH test, as per the resource attached.

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The One with a Superstar Fridge

Yr Level

Learning Area

Curriculum Code
Changing Colours
3 4 5 6
Science
ACSHE050 ACSHE061 ACSHE062 ACSHE083 ACSSU094
Transcript The One with a Superstar Fridge
4 5 6
Science
ACSHE062 ACSHE083 ACSSU094
The One with a Superstar Fridge
Changing Colours
Yr Level
3 4 5 6
Learning Area
Science
Curriculum Code
ACSHE050 ACSHE061 ACSHE062 ACSHE083 ACSSU094
Transcript The One with a Superstar Fridge
Yr Level
4 5 6
Learning Area
Science
Curriculum Code
ACSHE062 ACSHE083 ACSSU094

Factastical #1

Pumpkins used to be called gros melons (which means large melon in Latin). The word pumpkin first showed up in Cinderella back in the 17th century.