In the action plan activity sudents will participate in an action research project around a topic related to the environment.
Be prepared is an activity that involves students in the risk assessment and planning to avoid risks.
The Biodiversity activity introduces students to the concept of variety in nature.
Build a tree is a fun way to demonstrate how a tree functions. Students take on the roles of different tree parts and learn how they work.
The Forest ecosystems activity introduces the concepts of ecosystems, biodiversity and interdependence within the forest community.
Students think about the forest structure by comparing it to a house.
Learn about New Zealand’s wonderful
freshwater ecosystems with these great board and card games brought to you by Hastings Central School.
The land deed activity asks students to imagine they have the deed to their very own forest and their mission is to encourage native wildlife to the area.
This activity can be used before a field trip to get students thinking about the impact of pets on our natural environment.
The Possum picnic activity presents ideas about the impact of introduced animal species.
Using debate starter cards, the activity gets your students to discuss preservation versus use.
This activity gives students the opportunity to count and record information about birds in an area. It can be used in conjunction with one of the teaching resources relating to birds.
For more information contact your local DOC office or email conservED@doc.govt.nz