Human body

Hair love

Hair is part of most people’s personal appearance and different styles have cultural significance. But how often do we think about hair in a STEM context?

Children and teacher cooking zucchini

Eating a rainbow

This Eat a rainbow program set out to change children’s perception about food. The program encourages children to explore fresh and healthy foods in all the colours of the rainbow.

Into the wild book cover

Into the wild

The joys of a child exploring nature and being fascinated by all his beautiful finds is the perfect starting point for going on a nature adventure with the children.

Vegetable platter with different coloured capsicums

Critically thinking about capsicums

In this age of free-flowing information and fake news, there lies an opportunity to cultivate critical thinking skills. Skills that are far more important for today’s education and children’s futures than just knowing the facts.

I hear a pickle

I hear a pickle

Depicting familiar sounds, smells, objects and foods, the author makes each sense relatable and establishes the connection between a sense and the feelings and associations it evokes.

The blind man and the elephant

The blind men and the elephant

The ancient story of the six blind men and the elephant is a great opportunity for philosophical inquiry with children and exploring the senses. How is feeling different to seeing?

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