• "Have you ever looked for beatles in your backyard?" says Adam Goodes (abc iview)Source: abc iview
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13 Jul 2016 - 5:26 PM  UPDATED 13 Jul 2016 - 5:26 PM

As Play School marks it's 50th year entertaining Australian children by lessons on how to make creative stuff from  toilet paper rolls and pipe cleaners, the program celebrates by having a month long series hosted by a variety of celebrities and personalities.

From SBS' Lee Lin Chin to Kate Cebrano, this month Play School invites a range of Australian talent to come and play. 

One of the first appearances for this anniversary special is killer Kookaburra impersonator and mosquito-bitten improv actor, Adam Goodes. Oh, and former Sydney Swans player, activist and the 2014 Australian of the Year. 

  

Forget that Internet gif of Shek's Puss-In-Boots all big eyed and tearing up, there's a new standard of heart-melting; Adam Goodes reading 'Counting Aussie Animals in my Backyard' to Slush the pig.

Watch Adam is his element as a children's entertainer at ABC iView.


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