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  • Bugwise for Schools

    Bugwise for schools brings the world of invertebrates to your students, engaging them in real science in local environments. Find out what insects and spiders you are sharing your schools with and why they are vitally important to a healthy planet.

  • Skeletons - Stage 1 Teacher Notes

    Skeletons: Framework for survival exhibition is an exciting self-guided program for Stage 1 students.

  • Animals without backbones - Stage 2 Teacher Notes

    Animals without backbones is a program for Stage 2 students. The activities are designed for a self-guided visit to the Birds and Insects exhibition.
     

  • Web2Spider toolkit for schools

    The Web2Spider toolkit is designed for schools to monitor the abundance and diversity of spiders.

  • Treasures of the Earth - Stage 2 Teacher Notes

    These activities are designed for a self-guided visit to the Planet of Minerals and the Albert Chapman Mineral Collection exhibitions on Level 1.

     

  • Bones and Bellies - Stage 3 Teacher Notes

    Students will explore the Skeletons: Framework for survival exhibition and use keen observations of skeleton features to solve clues about predators and their prey. Theyare then able to pool their results on to a food web which can be used as a class resource.

     

  • Artlink - Stages 2-3 Teacher Notes

    Artlink is an exciting museum educator-led session in which students interact with the Australian Museum collection like a professional artist. After an introduction to some of the visual research and art making processes used by professional artists, students will use the Museum's collection for inspiration and information in the creation of an artwork that they will begin at the Museum.

  • Predicting insect pollinators - Stage 4

    Even though insects make up more than 70% of Australia’s biodiversity, plant scientists are concerned about our role in weakening the plant/pollinator relationship. Of the 220,000 species of insects in Australia, 35% remain undocumented, compared to 5% of vertebrate species.

    Can flower types be predictors of insect pollinator diversity?

  • Artlink - Stage 4 Teacher Notes

    Artlink is an exciting museum educator-led session in which students interact with the Australian Museum collection like a professional artist. After an introduction to some of the visual research and art making processes used by professional artists, students will use the Museum's collection for inspiration and information in the creation of an artwork that they will begin at the Museum.

  • Modelling scientific investigations

    Modelling scientific investigations. This information forms part of the Plant2pollinator resources.

  • Marvellous Minerals - Stage 3 Teacher Notes

    Marvellous Minerals is a self-guided program for Stage 3 students which takes place in the Albert Chapman Collection and Planet of Minerals exhibitions on Level 1.
     

  • Flower shapes - Stage 1

    Have fun and learn about flowers, insects and pollination in this Plant2pollinator Stage 1 activity.

  • Welcome to Plant2pollinator

    Plant2pollinator is a practical science resource for understanding pollinator partnerships and building biodiversity stewardship for students from stages 1 to 4.

  • Who are the pollinators? - Stage 2

    Pollination by animals relies on flowers providing an attractant, usually nectar. Who are the pollinators?

  • Flowers to fruit - Stage 2

    Most flowering plants rely on pollinators for survival. Did you know that one out of every three bites of food we eat is made possible by pollinators? 

    What part do insects play in providing our fruit?