Xpedition Hall Interactive Archive: Xpedition Hall Welcome to the Interactive “Museum” That Takes You on Geography Journeys See other versions of this page: About Xpedition Hall Xpedition Hall is an archived interactive from the National Geographic Xpeditions website. Stamp Collecting Month 2015 – "Our Solar System" - FTfs Here you will find education resources about our Solar System, stamps and stamp collecting, free for use in your classroom. Included are facts and general information for students about the Solar System, including each of the planets, the other celestial bodies in space and Australia’s involvement in many important space exploration events. You will also find a five-lesson unit of work, an Australian Curriculum year level chart, extra cross curricular lesson ideas (focused on the Solar System and also stamps and stamp collecting), activity sheets and extra resources including videos, animations and website links.
What Impact Does Recycling Have on the Environment? Source The question 'how does recycling help the environment' does not have one simple answer. There are many ways that recycling helps and even the smallest step can have significant results. While we are all very aware that we 'should' recycle, it is not aways clear 'why' we should recycle. Healthy Eating: Easy Tips for Planning a Healthy Diet & Sticking to It Healthy eating tip 1: Set yourself up for success To set yourself up for success, think about planning a healthy diet as a number of small, manageable steps rather than one big drastic change. If you approach the changes gradually and with commitment, you will have a healthy diet sooner than you think. Simplify. Instead of being overly concerned with counting calories or measuring portion sizes, think of your diet in terms of color, variety, and freshness.
'Get Growing!' Environmental Education Kit - National Tree Day Planet Ark Environmental Foundation is delighted to announce the release of its 'Get Growing!' Environmental Education Kit for schools. This kit has been produced by Planet Ark in association with the Australian Association of Environmental Education as an education and learning resource for teachers and students participating in Schools Tree Day and National Tree Day. Zero Waste We can all do our part for the planet. But will that be enough? The hard truth is, probably not. Here’s why: Even as you do your best to reduce your waste and reuse, recycle and compost as much as possible, the waste you see in your trash can is only a fraction of the problem—1/87th to be exact. For every can of garbage at the curb, there are 87 cans worth of materials that come from the extraction industries—such as timber, agricultural, mining and petroleum—that manufacture natural resources into finished products.
Active science modules GlaxoSmithKline's Active Science website is no longer available. The majority of the content from this site has been transferred to the ABPI Resources for Schools website. You may access the modules as follows: Age 5-7 Humans and Animals Human and Animal Habitats CSIRO Try your hand at these fun and easy science experiments and activities for kids. Explore science concepts and discover the world around you using simple ingredients found in the home or at school. Safety for DIY science activities and experiments CSIRO takes safety seriously in all of our activities and experiments. While we ensure all activities and demonstrations are as safe as possible, there are some precautions which all young scientists need to keep in mind. Biology activities and experiments Inside you, inside a shell or inside a forest - explore the insides of life with these fun biology activities and science experiments you can do at home or with your students in the classroom.