This resource kit is part of a Department of Conservation and Kai Tahu ki Araiteuru initiative to encourage teachers to plan exciting and educational learning experiences on three key sites on the Otago Coast that have special cultural and conservation values to all New Zealanders.The sites are all prominent headlands: Katiki (Moeraki peninsula), Matakaea (Shag Point) and Huriawa (Karitane Peninsula).
This resource kit offers a selection of pre-visit, on-site and follow-up activities to provide students with a range of experiences in, about, and for the environment.
- Using this resource
- Tradition of the Arai Te Uru
- Katiki: site information
- Matakaea (Shag Point): site information
- Huriawa: site information
- 7 site activities
- Related resources (including websites)
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