INFO SHEET - Environmental conditions affecting the sea – A number of environmental conditions affect life in the sea. These often vary from habitat to habitat and either support or limit the life processes of the marine organisms living there.
INFO SHEET - Cells – All living organisms on Earth are made up of cells. A cell is the smallest basic unit of your body, yet each one contains all the genetic information necessary to make a human being.
INFO SHEET - Marine habitats – New Zealand’s marine environment is incredibly diverse and made up of a large number of habitats. Important marine habitats are found in estuaries, fiords and on the continental shelf.
Have you checked out Project Noah? This is an incredible opportunity for our science students of all ages! Project Noah is a tool to explore and document wildlife and a platform to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere.
TEACHER RESOURCES - Seeds, Stems and Spores - A plant reproduction resource for NZ Curriculum levels 1 and Explore some of the science ideas behind plant life cycles, seed dispersal and how some plants reproduce without seeds.
INFO SHEET - Non-renewable energy sources – Non-renewable energy sources cannot be replaced. They include fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) that were formed from animals and plants that lived hundreds of millions of years ago.