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

Ammonia: Australia’s next massive energy export

Australian researchers try to solve the energy problem by investigating ammonia. This resource is best suited to Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 Chemistry, Earth and Space and Physics students. Included are student activity and an investigation template that guides … Continued

Dude! Where’s my flying car?

The Jetsons cartoons gave the boomer generation a vision of seemingly magically powered flying vehicles, delivering George Jetson to his office, wife Jane to the mall (no sexism there) and the children to school. It all seemed to work so … Continued

Antarctica: Animal Adaptations

What adaptations do animals have to help them survive the harsh Antarctic conditions? This extended resource is designed for Year 5 and 6 Biology students who are learning about animal adaptations and ecosystems. It covers the physical, behavioural and physiological … Continued

Antarctica: Twilight zone

What causes the length of day and night to change in the Twilight Zone? This extended resource is designed for Year 7 Earth and Space students who are learning about daylight hours. It covers the changing seasons, location and latitude, … Continued

Rising in the yeast

The science of sourdough bread is anything but run of the mill. Kelly Wong gets a starter lesson from sourdough librarian Karl De Smedt. Apply students' knowledge of chemical reactions in this resource about the science of bread baking. It … Continued