To get big, grow slow

Whale shark females overtake the males to become the world's largest fish. This article is well suited to Biology students in years 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 10 who are learning about the lifecycle, adaptations and classification of native … Continued

How much does a koala need to drink?

Possibly a lot more than we thought. This article is suited to students in all years studying Biological or Earth and Space sciences. Although younger students may not be able to read the entire article or answer all questions, extracts … Continued

Astronauts grow lettuce in space

The plants are fresh, nutritious and safe to eat. This interesting article and short video is suited to students in years 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, and 10 studying Biological, Earth and Space or Physical Sciences. It demonstrates some … Continued

STELR STEM Career Awareness – A Day in the Life

Topics: Biological Sciences - Ecosystems, Lifecycles Chemical Sciences - Mixtures and Separations, Chemical Reactions, Atoms, Solids/Liquids/Gases, Particle Models Earth and Space Sciences – Renewable/non-renewable resources, Rocks, The Changing Earth Physical Sciences – Forces, Energy Additional – Careers, Maths, Technology, Engineering … Continued

New biodiversity report shows 1 million species on brink of extinction

Topics: Biological Sciences - Ecosystems, Lifecycles, Living Things Earth and Space Sciences - Renewable/ Non-Renewable Resources, The Changing Earth Additional: Careers, Maths Concepts (South Australia): Biological Sciences - Interdependence and Ecosystems, Diversity and Evolution, Form and Function Earth and Space … Continued

The Water Cycle

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Topics: Earth and Space Sciences - Renewable/Non-Renewable Resources; The Changing Earth Additional: Careers, Technology Concepts (South Australia): Earth and Space Sciences - The Earth's Surface Years: 2, 7, 10 Water in the 21st Century Water in the 21st Century Video … Continued