Since the early 1800s the dairy industry in New Zealand has gone from farmers keeping a few domestic cows on bush blocks to being a world leader. First cows The first dairy cows to arrive in New Zealand were Shorthorns, known at that time as Durhams. They were...
Ice cream for Children: Almost children are fond of eating ice cream which has lots of different colors. So if we can serve the delicious ice creams for their order, it would be very interesting. Do you think so? To be quick and exact, you will be successful!
Multimedia for cheese: cheese production process. Explore the updated online encyclopedia from Encyclopaedia Britannica with hundreds of thousands of articles, biographies, videos, images, and web sites.
This blog supports the e-Learning Classroom wiki. It will document how teachers from a variety of schools set up e-Learning classrooms, the successes and the not so successful events. It will record the achievements of the cross collaboration between teachers from different schools in a variety of places in New Zealand.
Fuel Up To Play 60. The in-school nutrition and physical activity program that’s making wellness part of the game plan in schools across the country. With Fuel Up to Play 60, adults and students work together to choose and implement school-improving changes that best meet the school’s wellness goals. Students become empowered to make healthy decisions, take action for change and encourage their friends to do the same.
The fun way to learn about nutrition! Visit Nourish Interactive the child-safe, fun and FREE healthy family living and kids' nutrition education website. A fun interactive family-friendly website features free, online nutrition education games for kids...
Cutting edge digital texts for shared reading across learning areas, with a focus on English, Social Sciences and Health and Physical Education. Comprehensive teacher support material for promoting Olympic Values.
Weedbusters - Established in 2003 to ensure the native plant life of NZ is protected. Membership includes botanists, universities, botanic gardens, councils, landowners and the Department of Conservation. Check out this site for information about NZ's native plants and membership of the network
The curriculum-aligned teaching resource, developed by the New Zealand Walking Access Commission and Learning Media, builds critical thinking about responsible behaviour outdoors and helps students in years 4-8 understand different points of view about outdoor access.