This teacher resource lists selected articles from the Connected and School Journal reading series that support the science concepts when teaching about Antarctica.
Classroom Antarctica is a comprehensive online teaching resource produced by the Australian Antarctic Division, with lesson plans aimed at grades 3 to 8.
Take a journey through this site and discover Antarctica for yourself. Each section features activities, images, video clips and fact sheets, to help you learn about this distant, frozen wilderness.
Virtual field trips target primary and secondary schools are closely linked to the NZ curriculum, in particular science, social studies and geography. They can also be used by other subject teachers.
Seven part learning plan about creating a new design for Scott Base using area, perimeter, and 3D shapes.
Resource about Scott Base's facilities and redevelopment in Antarctica, including a tour of the base.
Activity comparing distances, speed and time to get to Antarctica.
Activity about using decimals and graphs to record facts about Antarctica's glaciers.
Activity about reading and creating graphs about daily temperature data in Antarctica.
Activity about understanding and comparing graphs of Antarctic penguin populations.
Short Activity - Find the words about Scott of the Antarctic.
Activity sheet about filling the missing words to complete the story about explorer Captain Scott's journey.
Activity introducing facts about 8 different types of penguins that live in Antarctica.
Fact sheet about various sea animals and birds of Antarctica.
Quiz about the Antarctic explorer George Taylor and the Terra Nova expedition.
Short activity sheet asking to recall facts about Antarctica.
Activity sheet for researching and writing about how Antarctic animals live and survive.