These kits contain useful material for educators but relate to exhibitions no longer on display at the Museum.
Online Educator's Guide
The Darwin exhibition told the story of Charles Darwin, the man and the scientist, and how the evidence he gathered during and after the voyage of the Beagle led to the development of the theory of evolution through natural selection.
This Educator’s Guide is designed to serve as a bridge between the exhibition and the classroom, It offers a preview of the exhibition and correlates its content with the national and state standards for science.
Years 1-8. Lots of useful bits and bobs about space. From the special exhibition of 1998.
Last updated on: 7 May 2007 || File Size: 291 KB || Author: © 1998 Auckland Museum
How crimes are solved using forensic science. Lots of great activities for use in the class. From the special exhibition held in early 2000.
Last updated on: 7 May 2007 || File Size: 366 KB || Author: © 2000 Auckland Museum
Years 4-13. A social studies and history resource containing information on Auckland and its people, from its settlement, through the war years to the present and into the future. Investigates change in transport, communication and other technologies.
Background Notes | Curriculum Links | Activities
Last updated on: 26 Nov 2007 || Author: © 2000 Auckland Museum
||Treasures & Tales for Primary Schools|
Years 1-8. A social studies resource demonstrating how primary schools can use Treasures & Tales. Provides a thematic approach and includes such themes as weddings, masks, patterns.
Last updated on: 7 May 2007 || File Size: 255 KB || Author: © 2001 Auckland Museum
||Technology in Treasures & tales|
Years 3-8. Outlines the themes and collection in Treasures & Tales, including tools, music, clothing and more. Complete with activities and seggests ways of including in technology units.
Last updated on: 8 May 2007 || File Size: 340 KB || Author: © 2000 Auckland Museum
||Early Childhood - Treasure & Tales|
Treasures & Tales is a discovery centre about people. It highlights the similar needs of peoples from around the world and how different cultures have met these needs.
Last updated on: 4 May 2007 || File Size: 194 KB || Author: © 1998 Auckland Museum