What if you had the legs like a cassowary? What if you could camouflage like a cuttlefish? Let your imagination go wild in this biological exploration of animal adaptations.
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Enjoy working as a palaeontologist - dig up the past and enter the age of dinosaurs! Discover how fossils are used to inform us about how dinosaurs survived and adapted for over 174 million years.
We use energy every day to make life easier, from boiling the kettle to turning on the lights and travelling to school or work. Explore energy systems and their impacts on our environment.
A brief introduction into flight using experimentation with paper planes. Through investigation and inquiry, we look at what causes lift and steering in planes.
Students will explore why the ocean water looks blue by learning about light - how it travels and how we see colours of objects. They will observe some experiments with water and light and will be challenged to explore light by completing their own experiments using the scientific inquiry process of prediction, observation and explanation.
Explore key Australian and world man-made landmarks to identify key features. Students will be challenged to ‘design and build their own man-made wonder’ using materials found around the house or online platforms such as Minecraft or Lego Digital Designer.
Maps can show us streets and railways and cities and countries. But they can also show us what we can’t see, what we can only imagine, or how to build something. Become a map-magician!
Join a STEM design or science inquiry challenge within the context of a picture storybook.
Bop along with the Jazz Fly as we strike, shake, blow and scrap our journey through the science of sound.