Student Activity - Plant parts -   In this activity, students relate commonly eaten foods to different parts of the flowering plant life cycle. They use an interactive or paper-based graphic organiser.

Student Activity - Plant parts - In this activity, students relate commonly eaten foods to different parts of the flowering plant life cycle. They use an interactive or paper-based graphic organiser.

Student Activity - Question dice game -  In this activity, students play the question dice game to develop ways of interrogating texts or multimedia material and the confidence to do so.

Student Activity - Question dice game - In this activity, students play the question dice game to develop ways of interrogating texts or multimedia material and the confidence to do so.

Student Activity - Develop a classification system -  In this activity, students work in small groups and come up with their own classification system for a number of marine organisms.

Student Activity - Develop a classification system - In this activity, students work in small groups and come up with their own classification system for a number of marine organisms.

Student Activity - Build a marine food web -   In this activity, students build their own food web using images of organisms from the marine ecosystem. This activity can be done indoors on paper or outdoors on a tarmac surface using chalk.

Student Activity - Build a marine food web - In this activity, students build their own food web using images of organisms from the marine ecosystem. This activity can be done indoors on paper or outdoors on a tarmac surface using chalk.

Student Activity - Constructing food webs -   In this activity, students construct a food web using string and pictures. Their web will show the network of species in the ecosystem that is supported by honeydew produced by scale insects.

Student Activity - Constructing food webs - In this activity, students construct a food web using string and pictures. Their web will show the network of species in the ecosystem that is supported by honeydew produced by scale insects.

Student Activity - What flies? -   In this activity, students discuss what things can fly and how this happens. They work towards identifying some key characteristics of flight.

Student Activity - What flies? - In this activity, students discuss what things can fly and how this happens. They work towards identifying some key characteristics of flight.

Student Activity - Fighting infection card game -   In this activity, students play a card game to explore how two types of immune cells help to fight viral infections.

Student Activity - Fighting infection card game - In this activity, students play a card game to explore how two types of immune cells help to fight viral infections.

Student Activity - DIY fern classification -   In this activity, students use fern specimens or image cards to group species of ferns according to their physical structures (rhizomes, fronds and sporangia).  The purpose is to encourage students to look more closely at fern structures and to introduce them to methods of classification.

In this activity, students use fern specimens or image cards to group species of ferns according to their physical structures (rhizomes, fronds and sporangia).

Student Activity - Fossil correlation -   In this activity, students date fossils from one site by matching them to fossils already dated somewhere else. They use real data from Mangahouanga, made famous by paleontologist Joan Wiffen.

STUDENT ACTIVITY - Fossil correlation - In this activity, students date fossils from one site by matching them to fossils already dated somewhere else. They use real data from Mangahouanga, made famous by paleontologist Joan Wiffen.

Student Activity - Crystal systems -   In this activity, students investigate crystal shapes and crystal systems. Traditional ceramics are clay-based – clays have a mineral composition and minerals have a crystalline structure.

Student Activity - Crystal systems - In this activity, students investigate crystal shapes and crystal systems. Traditional ceramics are clay-based – clays have a mineral composition and minerals have a crystalline structure.


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