We have a fabulous Christmas pack to give away in our 2019 Christmas competition. Keen to score it for yourself? If you’re a New Zealand-based teacher, you’re in luck!
All you have to do is:
- head on over to one of our three social media channels
- make a comment that answers the following question using the hashtag #ScienceLearningHub19
How have you used a multimedia item from the Science Learning Hub – Pokapū Akoranga Pūtaiao in your classroom and how did it help your teaching and your students' learning?
- We have a huge range of multimedia – from fabulous images and diagrams, interactives to spark fresh thinking and videos to start an investigation. Your answer can be about any of our multimedia resources: images, video or one of our interactives.
- Please don’t forget the hashtag #ScienceLearningHub19 – we’d be sad if we missed your entry when loading up the hat for the final draw!
Terms and conditions:
- Christmas giveaway is only open to teachers at New Zealand-based schools (primary, intermediate, area or secondary).
- All teachers who comment will go in the draw, with the winner being chosen at random.
- Comments that do not include the hashtag #ScienceLearningHub19 will not be eligible.
- The competition opens at 7pm on Monday 18 November 2019 and closes at 3:30pm on Thursday 12 December 2019.
- The winner will be announced on our Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram. We’ll also contact the winner by direct message to arrange delivery.
You don’t need to win our Christmas giveaway to enjoy some of the goodies in it – check out these activities that’ll keep your students engaged and learning. Better yet – enter the giveaway so you can score class sets of the activity cards and diagrams.
- Thanks to the New Zealand insect cards project, we now have a whole load of fascinating new insect content, see here. Try out your skills with our label the insect interactives.
- The book Women in their Element supports all of our International Year of the Periodic Table content.
- Sam and Dave Dig a Hole is all about the science capability ‘Gather and interpret data’. Read this delightful book, think about observation versus inference, then go outside and find something spectacular.
- The Indigo Bird is also about observation and it supports our amazing takahē resources.
- ZEALANDIA has a great set of resources that support Predator Free 2050. Use the collectable Te Māra a Tāne cards to learn more about the birds we want to protect.
Plastics are a hot topic at the moment. Use the activity cards to support the cross-curricular media activity What happens to our plastic bottles?
Like the look of the New Zealand insect cards? Find where to buy these and other cool ideas for STEM based gifts in our Kiwi Christmas ideas on Pinterest.