Seaweek 2015

The theme for Seaweek this year is “Look beneath the surface – Papatai ō roto – Papatai ō raro” highlighting how precious this amazing resource is that we call the sea and how much we can learn from studying its wonders. For more information see http://seaweek.org.nz/
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Resources to support Seaweek from their site

Resources to support Seaweek from their site

TEACHING RESOURCES: Life in the Sea -  Exploring New Zealand’s marine environments

TEACHING RESOURCES: Life in the Sea - Exploring New Zealand’s marine environments

STUDENT ACTIVITY: Build a marine food web - In this activity, students build their own food web using images of organisms from the marine ecosystem. This activity can be done indoors on paper or outdoors on a tarmac surface using chalk.

STUDENT ACTIVITY: Build a marine food web - In this activity, students build their own food web using images of organisms from the marine ecosystem. This activity can be done indoors on paper or outdoors on a tarmac surface using chalk.

Marine Reserves – Science Express

Marine Reserves – Science Express

TEACHING RESOURCES: The Noisy Reef - Learning how underwater animals use sound in their world.

TEACHING RESOURCES: The Noisy Reef - Learning how underwater animals use sound in their world.

NZ SCIENCE RESEARCH: Understanding food webs in Fiordland

NZ SCIENCE RESEARCH: Understanding food webs in Fiordland

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