The Water Cycle: Water, Snow and Ice

What happens to the water cycle somewhere as cold as Antarctica? This extended resource is designed for Year 7 Earth and Space students who are learning about the water cycle and states of matter. It covers the relationship between density … Continued

Solar System Knowledge of the First Australians

For at least 65,000 years, First Nations Australians have understood Earth’s place in the solar system and the universe, write Kirsten Banks and Duane Hamacher. This extended resource and activity are best suited to Year 5 Earth and Space students … Continued

The Future of Food

The way food is grown, used and distributed is constantly changing. When our grandparents were young, they had different access to food than we do, and it will look different again in the coming decades. So, what will our food … Continued

Antarctic Animal Life Cycles

What are the life cycles of Antarctic animals? Who are born live and who hatch from an egg? This extended resource is designed for Year 4 Biology students who are learning about life cycles and reproduction. It covers the life … Continued

Ediacaran animals probably didn’t look like their fossils

Ediacarans are truly ancient organisms, but the fossils we do have might be of their internal structure, meaning we don’t know what they looked like at all. This resource is best suited to Year 7, 8, and 10 Biology and … Continued

How to hunt fossils responsibly

5 tips from a professional palaeontologist to search for fossils responsibly. Learn how to safely and responsibly get involved in fossil-hunting and become a back-yard palaeontologist in this resource for Year 4 and 8 Earth and Space students.   Word … Continued