View links to teaching resources relating to birds.
Help your students learn about their local marine environment through an estuary or rocky shore survey.
Join Dion, Rick, and Ani on a trip up the creek to learn how fresh water supports life.
Learn about cockles, snapper and whitebait (galaxiids), some of the fascinating fish and shellfish that depend on New Zealand’s estuaries - the places where freshwater and saltwater meet.
Use this teaching resource to make 'Journey to the Deep' a rich learning experience. This is a science, drama, literacy and social studies inquiry learning pack for primary schools, levels 2-4.
Learn why a trip to a marine reserve is a great opportunity to study marine life in its natural habitat.
In this resource students can talk about why we love our mountains and why we need to look after them.
Inspire your students to discover the magic of the forest, through hands-on learning experiences outside the classroom.
This teaching resource is based on braided rivers in the Mackenzie basin, but the concepts can be applied to rivers anywhere in New Zealand.
These factsheets offer students an opportunity to explore the lives of seabirds. There are also lesson plans for teachers.
This is a teaching resource for fresh water, wetlands, dune lakes, streams and rivers.
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