Explore the tropical shallows and icy ocean depths in this introduction to Ocean Food Webs with the Australian National Maritime Museum.
Primary School students (years 1-6) will engage with our Museum Educator while learning about some of the diverse creatures that live in our oceans; from the smallest to the largest, from producers to predators. We also highlight plankton, their superpowers and the important role they play in all ocean food webs.
Book into this interactive Zoom Webinar here. Before this session, teachers will be emailed a printable activity sheet for students to cut out before we start. Alternatively students can use post it notes or blank paper to draw their own food webs during the session.
You can also let us know if there are any other topics you would like to see by completing a short survey here.
This session will start at 2pm for all states observing Australian Eastern Daylight Time (NSW, ACT, Qld, Vic & Tas), 1.30pm for Schools in SA and NT and 12 midday for WA. Please contact us if you would like to enquire about a session to suit your local timezone.
This program is also running on the 26th of May at 10am. That session can be booked here.
Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
Teachers and Students are encouraged to watch this Zoom live event in their classrooms and students can also participate while learning from home. This requires a computer with internet connection. You will not be using your camera or mic, questions can be typed into the Q&A.
Teachers will be sent an printable activity sheet before the lesson and we encourage students to cut it out before the session. Participants may also choose to draw their food web so having paper and pencils is recommended.
Connecting To The Event
Please register online to receive an email with a link to view this program
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email our team at [email protected]
We look forward to talking to you and your students.
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