Book your school science show for 2019!
Science in a Van focuses on communicating ideas from the material and physical world and have visited hundreds of schools all over the country. Our shows are suitable for Y0 through to Y8. We come to you so there are no additional travel costs and no hassle.
Visit our website www.scienceinavan.co.nz for available dates and full descriptions of our shows.
What will you do in an emergency? You probably already know to 'Drop, Cover and Hold' during an earthquake. But as a citizen of New Zealand, we all need to know more about the six natural hazards that cause emergencies – floods, storms, earthquakes, tsunami, volcanoes, and landslides.
More importantly, we need to know about the six impacts – Stuck at home; Can't get home; Have to evacuate; No power; No water; No phone or internet.
More information: http://rata.learnz.org.nz/summary.php?vft=whatstheplanstan184.
Professional Learning and Development in New Zealand’s only researched school-based mindfulness programme.
Pause, Breathe, Smile is supported by the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand and features on Nigel Latta's 'The Curious Mind' series.
For more information: http://mindfulnesseducation.nz/product/pause-breathe-smile.
Following her sell out workshops on Playful Literacy, here is the book all early educators have been waiting for: Raising a Child to Read and Write Well by Frances Adlam: 0-7-years.
With compassion and humour, Frances explains the science behind the developmental processes of how young children learn to read and write. With a key theme of relationships, this book follows the Te Whariki framework while showing how skills can transition to primary school.
Order online at: Potton and Burton NZ.
The book can be ordered on the website of Potton and Burton NZ www.pottonandburton.co.nz/store/raise-your-child-to-read-and-write.