Listen carefully to nature and write your own poem.
Using this activity, children create their own nature journal/scrapbook, which aims to spark interest and connection with nature through use of observation and creative skills
Do some colouring in, make 3D birds or create your own face masks.
How much do you know about New Zealand's natural places and the creatures in them? Test your knowledge with the kids' conservation quiz.
Use leaves to make patterns, colourful rubbings and prints.
You can create a kākāpō sculpture using cardboard boxes.
Create a map of some interesting spots in your backyard and earn a Kiwi Guardians Kai-tā mahere - Map maker medal.
Watch Meet the Locals episodes to learn about New Zealand's wildlife, wild places and the people working to protect them.
The Outlook for Someday challenges young New Zealanders to make a sustainability-related film. Learn about current sustainability issues and use past films as inspiration to create your own.
With this activity, children can use storytelling to get creative in the backyard.
Print out and play this board game to learn about freshwater ecosystems.
A series of short films presented by DOC rangers. They explore key concepts in our unique New Zealand environment and how all of us can enjoy and protect our nature.
This activity book for youngsters on road trips follows Sylvie as she takes a holiday with Uncle Don the DOC ranger.
Use the chart to find out what native species you most closely match.
Easy practical activities for learning from home, in nature.
Do the Ultimate Takahē Quiz, try the wordfind, get stuck in to some colouring in, and find other activities to help celebrate takahē.
Do you think you know all things 'conservation'? Test yourself against friends and foes with these Conservation Week quizzes.
Take part in these competitions for a chance to win some great prizes.