This Aotearoa resource is a science-based, integrated learning programme consisting of user and wellbeing guides and eight modules.
Designed to accompany the delivery of the Aotearoa climate teaching resource, this document focuses on the hauora-wellbeing of ākonga.
Science Learning Hub worked with Te Wharekura o Te Rau Aroha and Manaaki Whenua to produce these bilingual resources about trees.
A fun way to learn about plant-insect relationships in Aotearoa forests, informed by Indigenous knowledge embedded in tree names.
What is that bird? Manaaki Whenua | Landcare Research have produced this bilingual poster to help learn about ngā manu o Aotearoa.
Kids Greening Taupō have produced a wide range of rauemi for use in kura kaupapa Māori and kohanga reo, with a focus on te taiao.
A pack of activity cards in te reo Māori and English to inspire exploration in nature with tamariki.
Trees That Count have produced these fun card games, in either English or te reo Māori, to help learn about our precious rākau.
Resources from Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research for running an experiential hauora session, also available in te reo Māori.
The Department of Conservation has produced seasonal slideshows, available in te reo Māori and English, to help us notice nature.
Available in te reo Māori and English versions, this printable resource was created by the educators at Kids Greening Taupō.
Available in te reo Māori and English, these practical guides are produced by Te Aho Tū Roa and Whitebait Connection (He Kākano).