When you look at the world around you, how do you categorise or group what you see? One of the broadest groupings is 'living' and 'non-living'. This may sound simple, but it is sometimes ...READ MORE
Fungi are eukaryotic organisms and include yeasts, mould and mushrooms. Some fungi are multi-cellular, while others, such as yeasts, are unicellular. Most fungi are microscopic but many produce ...READ MORE
In this recorded professional learning session, Lyn Rogers and Anne Barker explore how science and literacy can be integrated by: discussing how science topics and activities can be used as ...READ MORE
Below are links to Science Learning Hub resources for primary teachers related to forces in the Physical World strand of the New Zealand Curriculum. Topic: Flight Flight explores the physics ...READ MORE
Join Nanogirl (aka Dr Michelle Dickinson), Boris (her trusty lab assistant), and CLAIR (Constantly Learning Artificial Intelligence Repository) for science and engineering as you have never seen ...
Join LEARNZ for their annual trek to Antarctica. At the end of 2018 go to a place that has fascinated explorers and scientists for over 100 years; Antarctica. Unlike early adventurers you won't ...
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