Science Safari touring with Entertaining and educational science show about climate change and sustainability

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Our Science Safari presenter disappears when she adds liquid nitrogen to boiling water

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Science Safari presenter asks Five volunteers pretend to be cows emitting methane gas

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Science Safari Hands-on STEM renewable energy workshop for primary students to build a wind turbine
Green is the new black in our Earth Matters Show!

 

Should we eat food that's grown locally, is it better to reuse and recycle, or just toss things away?

 

Come on a journey around planet earth, with an overly confident superhero who is trying to save the world from its evil nemesis – climate change. Your students will learn to overcome, and expertly tackle the challenges that global warming and a changing climate will throw at them. Crazy weather, flatulent cows and a look into new and exciting renewable energy technologies are just a small part of the journey in this fast paced, highly interactive show. The Earth Matters combines live science demonstrations with a slide show to get students thinking positively about what they can do to combat global warming and climate change. This show leads to an explosive finale!

Suitable for Years 3 – 6

Perfect for introducing a topic, as a wrap up or simply as a reward for your hard working students. 

Complements and addresses sustainability cross curriculum priorities

Includes post-visit teacher e-pack with follow-up activities and resources

Content and standards addressed in the Australian Curriculum for Science:

ACSHE051, ACSHE062, ACSHE083, ACSHE098, ACSHE100, ACSHE051, ACSSU074, ACSSU075, ACSSU077, ACSSU097, ACSSU219

 

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Power Up Renewable Energy Workshop 

 

Designed to follow the Earth Matters Show. This workshop looks at renewable energies with the primary focus being a STEM challenge where pupils design and build a simple wind turbine using basic DIY materials. This is the perfect activity to follow on from the show as it reinforces the important concepts of clean energy, the value of working together for a better world with an emphasis on social justice, and how wind power can specifically help solve the lack of electricity in rural communities around the world.

 

Suitable for Years 3 – 6  

Helps develop skills and knowledge about sustainability and the environment.
Includes hands‐on and real-world activities.
Is carefully designed to engage and motivate students.
Is delivered by experienced educators.
Complements curriculum topics about sustainability 
Includes post-visit teacher e-pack with follow-up activities and resources

Australian Curriculum for Science: ACSIS054, ACSIS065, ACSIS087, ACSIS088, ACSIS103, ACSIS104, ACSIS232

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Our Science Safari Earth Matters science show raises students awareness about exciting new technologies to combat climate change
Our Science Safari Earth Matters show enlightens children's awareness about solar energy uses

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Hands on activity to build a wind turbine using DIY materials

Students learn about exciting developments in the solar industry including the worlds first 100% solar powered aeroplane

Students learn about a carbon sucking machine which turns carbon dioxide into fertiliser for vegetables