Primary Science Week 2022
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PLD for Science Week
Science Learning Hub webinar: How to run your Primary Science Week
Thursday 5 May, 4pm
Zoom Call to Scott Base
When: Tuesday 17 May at 2pm
This is a chance for your class to listen to the scientists working at Scott Base.
Spaces are limited so it is essential to register. Register at this link.
Webinar with Antarctic Scientists
You can register to join this webinar, which will involve Antarctic scientists Natalie Robinson and Jamie Stutz. Teachers are asked to provide questions from their classes.
There are two times for this on Wednesday 18th May. You can join at 11:30 am or 2:00pm. For all details and to register use this link.
This competition is a chance for Year 5-8 students to ‘Speak for Antarctica’.
A video, speech, poster or poem may be entered in this competition.
All details can be found here
Antartica Experiments and Demonstrations
Have a look at these experiments. Each is related to something that is relevant to our seas and the animals that live in them, especially those in Antarctica.
Colour Our Space: Scott Base
This competition will be coming soon. Check out the website for the plans for the redevelopment of Scott Base and then watch out for notifications of when and how to vote.
Here are two links from Antarctica New Zealand
Home Page – with everything you need to know about New Zealand’s activity in Antarctica
Check out all the information from the International Antarctic Centre here.
Find out what NIWA get up to in Antarctica.
Meet Natalie from NIWA an oceanographer working in Antarctica
Practical Resources for Teaching about Antartica
From this NZASE Newsletter go to the article on Practical teaching about Antarctica. You will find a range of activities, in all areas of Science, to use when studying Antartica and its inhabitants.
Māori and Antarctica
Here are some links to articles which look at relationships between Māori and Antarctica.
Science Learning Hub
A wide range of activities, articles and other resources are available from the Science Learning Hub.
Check out this link to find them all.
Watch the wonderful series of Science on Ice to find out what Sonny Ngatai learnt from his time there.
Visit McMurdo Station and find out what it is like to live on the ice in the American Research Station.
Hear what Professor Nicola Webster has to say about the importance of Antarctic Science for our future.
Antarctic murder mystery from The Royal Institution of Australia.
Art and Science
Art as a pathway to knowledge and connection
Resources from the Australian Antarctic Programme
This Antarctic resource series provides engaging lesson plans, hands-on activities and detailed booklets for teachers and students. Find all the details here.
For resources from all previous Primary Science Weeks go here