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These posters have fun facts about whio/blue duck, and why they are important.
Build a tree is a fun way to demonstrate how a tree functions.
This resource provides ideas and learning experiences to enhance the native and endemic biodiversity in your green space.
We are an Enriching Local Curriculum (ELC) provider operating within the unique alpine environment of Aoraki/Mount Cook.
Use this resource to experience birds in your school grounds or another local green space.
Use this resource to experience invertebrates (insects) in your school grounds or another local green space.
Use this resource to experience native trees in your school grounds or another local green space.
Use this series of resources to encourage primary and intermediate students to go outdoors, explore and connect to a local green space, eg school grounds, local park.
Use this resource to learn about and develop connections to a local green space.
A series of posters to support learning about Auckland's unique animal life, and to encourage outdoor exploration.
This resource is designed to introduce secondary students to New Zealand’s extraordinary alpine environments, and support them to take action to help protect them.
Use this resource to investigate introduced predators in your school grounds or another local green space.
Use this resource to investigate weeds in your school grounds or another local green space.
Use this resource to uncover why the kākāpō is so important to New Zealand.
These posters and booklet include te reo Māori and English words and phrases about the environment: Te Ao o Tangaroa – Marine, Wai Māori – Fresh Water, Te Wao Nui a Tāne – flora, Te Tini a Tāne - fauna
Have fun exploring and learning outside with these engaging seasonal slideshows.
Use these to support student viewing the albatross 'Royal cam'.
Use this resource to learn about, explore and protect our unique estuarine environments.
Use this resource to learn how to protect our unique marine environment.
This resource can help you plan, implement and take action on restoration projects throughout the school year.
This resource is an integrated unit of teaching and learning material about the tāiko/black petrel and other seabirds, for use in primary schools.
Te whio mō ake tonu atu – he rauemi mā ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori
Use this resource to plan and carry out successful environmental action, alongside your local community.
Wet Feet is about involving schools and communities in the care and restoration of freshwater systems.
The wetland life poster features native species living in a lowland swamp – birds, fish, invertebrates and plants.
Take your students on an amazing learning journey, discovering why the whio/blue duck is so important to New Zealand.
Take a trip outside the classroom and learn about Marlborough's natural and historic heritage.
Find conservation activities you can do with children.
New Zealand websites and environmental education providers that support conservation teaching and learning.