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There are many fantastic resources available for use during Seaweek. We have listed those useful for teachers and others, so check out the downloads, ideas, references and links below. For more information see our links page to see what else is happening around New Zealand and the Globe.

New for Seaweek 2017!

The Ocean of Tomorrow

What will the ocean of tomorrow look like?  Global warming and ocean acidification have varied and often invisible effects on the marine ecosystem. We rely on the ocean for a variety of resources including food and the air we breathe.  We need to understand what these effects could mean for the future health of our ocean – and ourselves – so we can predict, manage and slow down the negative impacts.

To increase understanding of these issues, the NZ Marine studies Centre has produced a new teaching resource for high schools.  “The Ocean of Tomorrow” is designed to help teachers and educators deliver lessons in the classroom that focus on the impact of climate change and, more specifically, ocean acidification on the marine environment. Working through this booklet, students will act as scientists, carrying out experiments and investigating the effects of ocean acidification on the ocean around New Zealand and elsewhere in the world.

The resource book will be launched during Seaweek at a teacher workshop at Logan Park High School in DunedinThere will be demonstrations of the activities and experiments and Associate Professor Miles Lamare will talk about his research into marine larval response to ocean acidification.

Further workshops for teachers will be run around the country in the coming weeks.  Contact the Marine Studies Centre for further information.

Production of the resource book was supported by the Lou and Iris Fisher Charitable Trust and the Ocean Acidification Research Theme based at the University of Otago.

Download the order form for the book by clicking here.


Managing Mangrove Guidelines

NIWA have released a new Guidelines on Managing Mangrove (Mānawa) Expansion in New Zealand.

You can download it by clicking here.


Hauraki Gulf Posters 2017

As part of Seaweek 2017 the New Zealand Herald will publish a series of posters produced by the Hauraki Gulf Forum in association with Young Ocean Explorers. You don’t need to live near the Hauraki Gulf to enjoy these Posters. It features many species found around the coastline of New Zealand.

They feature many of the animals found in the Gulf’s near-shore, mid-water and deep water environments – and Riley Hathaway!


Get the YOE Explore the Gulf Augmented Reality App

Young Ocean Explorers are excited to provide an awesome Augmented Reality App for free along with the Explore the Gulf posters! Load the App onto your Apple or Android device and add some cool multimedia features to your printed poster!

  • For Apple devices, go to iTunes to download the YOE app for iOS
  • For Android devices, go to Google Play to download the YOE app for Android

You can also find the App by searching for “YOE Explore the Gulf” in the App store on your device.

Don’t have a poster?

The posters will be inserted with the New Zealand Herald on February 27, February 28 and March 1.

The posters will also be distributed through schools.

You can also download and print your own copies from or request hard copies by emailing



Department of Conservation’s Marine and Coastal Resources

DOC have put together a fantastic collection of marine and coastal themed teaching resources, activities and field trips for free download here: These include:

Habitat Heroes: Explore your local marine environment

Inquiry unit | Levels: 1-4 | In the environment: This resource supports outdoor exploration of the marine environment. The activities can be adapted to suit your local context.



Harbours, bays and estuaries teaching resource

Unit | Levels: 3-4 | About the environment: Learn about the species that depend on our estuaries – the places where freshwater and saltwater meet.




Marine reserves

Unit | Levels: 3-4 | About the environment: Learn why a trip to a marine reserve is a great opportunity to study marine life in its natural habitat.




Our own gold coast

Video and unit | Levels: 3-4 | About the environment: Explore the importance of sand dunes and the impact of losing them in this teaching resource. Find out about the largest coastal plant protection programme in the southern hemisphere.


Rocky reef snorkel survey teaching resource

Unit | Levels: 3-4 | In the environment: Help your students learn about their local marine environment. View and download the rocky reef resource kit and teaching guide.



Seabirds factsheets

Factsheets | Levels: 2-4 | About the environment: These factsheets offer students an opportunity to explore the lives of seabirds. There are also lesson plans for teachers.



Tāiko/black petrel education resource

Inquiry unit | Levels: 2-4 | About the environment: This resource is an integrated unit of teaching and learning material about the tāiko/black petrel and other seabirds, for use in primary schools.

LEARNZ “Marine Mammals” virtual field trip for schools

Term 1 starting 28 February 2017

Did you know that we are loving our terehu (bottlenose dolphin) too much? Dolphin-watching and swimming with the dolphins is an important part of New Zealand’s local and regional economy. Many people are attracted to the Bay of Islands to see them. But only one in four of the Bay’s terehu calves make it to adulthood and there are now fewer than 100 terehu visiting the Bay of Islands on a regular basis.

How can we protect these amazing animals and keep them in the Bay? On this field trip during SeaWeek, you will find out about terehu and other marine mammals (kekeno – NZ fur seal, maki – orca, and ika moana – whale).

Find out more here:


Fish4all – NZ Recreational Fishing Reporting Smartphone App


Download the Backgrounder document by clicking here.

Download for free: This App provides a fun and easy way for you to record your catch on your smartphone. Why? Because it helps to enhance fisheries management. Available on iPhone and Android. Download for free by clicking on the icons below:


Fun and Easy: This fun app is so simple any person of any age in New Zealand (grandparent to grandchild) can use it. Fish4all helps you keep a virtual catch log, shows you how others are catching so you can see how well you do and allows you to take pictures and brag to your friends while at sea. Just follow the simple instructions from our cool mascot “Sammy the Penguin”. Click here to learn more.

Enhance Fisheries Management: Your data is critical in building a picture of local, regional & national recreational fishing interest. While you are the only one who can see your stats everyone’s information is collated to build appropriate profiles on recreational catch and effort. Click here to learn more.


Live Albatross Nest Filming

Watch live footage from the Royal Albatross colony on Taiaroa Head on the Otago Peninsula here:

Go to to watch highlights, leave a comment, or ask questions. DOC ranger Lyndon Perriman will be on hand to answer your questions.

DOC staff are present daily, monitoring this nest and over 20 others found on Taiaroa Head/Pukekura this season.

Northern royal albatross or toroa, have been nesting at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head since 1938, and the colony is now over 100 individual birds. They are one of the largest seabirds, with a wingspan of three metres!

A Southern Tale

A newly published paperback book by South Island writer Joanne McDougall, set mostly underwater in the Southern Ocean and is essentially a there and back chase, as an endangered NZ sea lion tries to catch her dinner. It features penguins, a fearsome shark and other aquatic animals. If you visit my website and go to the book page, you can peek inside. Though the fish, shark and dolphins are just generic and designed to be recognisable, the other animals are species specific and their conservation status is listed in the back. It demonstrates the aquatic food chain in a fun way. Available in libraries and bookshops.


Science Learning Hub Seaweek 2017 Resources

The wonderful team at the Science Learning Hub have put together a selection of unit plans and other teacher support materials grouped under possible teaching topics especially for Seaweek 2017. These include a professional development session for teachers.


NIWA Teacher Resources

NIWA’s educational resources and scientific data are tools for young people to learn about science.

They provide a range of free online resources that cover the ocean, freshwater and coastline that can help you with classes during Seaweek.


Algalita Research Vessel – join the crew!

Research vessel Algalita has embarked on an expedition to the Southern Hemisphere to investigate plastic pollution off the coasts of Chile and Easter Island and within the South Pacific Gyre. They will be at sea between November 2016 and March 2017. Click here to join our crew!

Algalita bridges real-world science with real-time solutions to inspire teachers and students to find their place within the movement to combat plastic pollution in their own schools and communities.

Citizen science: large brown seaweeds

Marine scientists are calling on the public to help them get a better idea of the distribution of large brown seaweeds along New Zealand’s coast.

Brown seaweeds, including the familiar bull and bladder kelps and Neptune’s necklace, are an important part of the coastal ecosystem. They provide shelter for other species and buffer the coast from waves and erosion. But little is known about their distribution, and NIWA scientists have launched a NatureWatch citizen science project to encourage people to post images and GPS location data for their local beaches.

Marine biologist Roberta D’Archino says large brown seaweeds are disappearing from many sites throughout the world, but there is too little data to track their abundance along New Zealand’s coastline. Such a baseline is necessary to monitor any changes in the future for any of the 12 species of brown seaweeds found in New Zealand.

Kate Neill, who is also part of NIWA’s coast and ocean group, says large brown seaweeds are underrepresented in museum collections because it is difficult to preserve large specimens in a herbarium.

She says the distribution data is only one part of the project. The team also collects the seaweeds to culture them in the laboratory to test them under changing acidity, temperature, light and sedimentation conditions.

They are also developing a camera system to monitor changes in seaweed beds in the shallower waters along the coast. The research is funded by the Ministry for Primary Industries.

You can hear more about New Zealand’s seaweeds in this Our Changing World story with NIWA’s Wendy Nelson.

Citizen Scientists Wanted to Monitor the NZ Shoreline

Visit to register and become a Citizen Scientist!


Free Marine Resources

Did you know there are hundreds of marine-theme activities and resources that you can download free of charge from the NZ Marine Studies Centre website?  Board games, crafts, shore activities, posters guides and worksheets – there is something to appeal to all ages.
In addition you can order copies of our printed booklets and guides, including:
Rocky Shore Teacher Activity Book (just reprinted)
Rocky Shore Who Eats Who Educational Activity Book
Mudflat Mysteries Educational Activity Book
Rocky Shore ID Guides (North and South Island Guides, in English and Māori)
Sandy and Muddy Shore ID Guides  (North and South Island Guides, in English and Māori)
Check out our resources, and download an order form:


Hauraki Gulf Forum Poster Series

The Hauraki Gulf Forum has produced a series of 3 free posters given away with the NZ Herald newspaper for the last 5 years. Back issues of posters from the last 5 years are available at:

Seaweek 2017 Posters and Certificates

Our stunning new Seaweek 2017 posters & children’s certificates are currently with our fabulous printer sponsor DSP Print Group Ltd getting printed and will be available from 1 Feb. Click here to find out how you can get hold of yours.




Download and print our event poster template

by clicking on the image (left) for a JPG version




Seabird Identification Guide

It’s Sea Week, so here’s Forest & Bird’s new seabird guide, especially for fishers. Download it by clicking here.

seabird chickThe flyer features 15 of the most commonly seen (and caught) seabirds in the Hauraki Gulf and Bay of Plenty regions. It includes tips on how to avoid catching seabirds when fishing and ways to safely release them if you do.

Would your organisation like extra copies to give away or distribute? If so, email the lovely Melissa at m.irace@forest& to order your waterproof copies.



LEARNZ Virtual Field Trips


LEARNZ is a programme of free virtual field trips taking students to remote places all over New Zealand, Antarctica and beyond. Let us take you there!

LEARNZ marine reserves virtual field trip to Goat Island: A 2011 virtual field trip still accessible and relevant to support real sea week field trips or as a stand alone classroom experience.

LEARNZ Raoul Island virtual field trip: This 2012 virtual field trip was part of a Sir Peter Blake Expedition and travels aboard the HMNZS Canterbury all the way to the Kermadec Islands. The field trip explores what an ‘expedition’ is, sea life in the sub tropics, catching sharks, looking for whales and lots more!

LEARNZ Argo Floats virtual field trip to the Pacific Ocean (Tonga Trench): This 2014 VFT was aboard NIWA’s research vessel Tangaroa to the Tonga Trench in the Pacific Ocean, to deploy deep Argo floats to explore the ocean down to 2,000m. The field trip explores the international Argo Float programme, the world’s oceans, properties of the sea, salinity, analysing data and lots more!

For more information contact: Pete Sommerville email: Ph (027) 229-4690


Creative Junk – Make your own Sea Creatures

The team at Creative Junk have created a special Pinterest Board here: with ideas on making sea creatures out of recycled junk specially for Seaweek!



Tāiko/black petrel education resource from DOC

This resource is an integrated unit of teaching and learning material about the tāiko/black petrel and other seabirds, for use in primary schools.

Taiko/black petrel resource cover.

Level: Year 5-8 (year 1-4 resource coming soon – register your interest).
Published: 2015

Students are introduced to the tāiko/black petrel and then extend their learning inquiry to investigate and research gannets/tākapu, little blue penguins/kororā and red-billed gulls/tarāpunga.

The resource has been developed for year 5-8 primary teachers, with a New Zealand context.

It incorporates aspects of Te Ao Māori and addresses science, social science, English, mathematics and environmental education/ education for sustainability objectives from across the NZ Curriculum.

For more information and to download the resource click here.


Water Safety Resource for Early Childhood from Watersafe Auckland

Fishing with Pāpā is a water safety education teaching resource for early childhood from Watersafe Auckland.


It features important water safety advice for both children and their caregivers, including:

  • Active adult supervision (See Me Reach Me Hear Me); and
  • Wearing a correctly fitting lifejacket when fishing off the rocks or wharf, and when in small boats.

You can download your copy of Fishing with Papa free from the Watersafe Auckland website.

The format is such that the pages can be can be printed and used as sequence pictures or they could be enlarged and the children write their own story.

Fishing with Papa has been produced in support of Seaweek 2016 ’Toiora te Moana – Toiora te Tangata, Healthy Seas – Healthy People’.

For more information about this resource or other early childhood education matters please contact Aquatic Educator Lynley Stewart.


Albatross Moe Show Episode – Resource for Early Childhood

albatrossThe Moe Show was filmed at the Royal Albatross Centre in Otago this year and this episode (Series 2, Episode 46) is now available on FOUR Kids website. It is a great introduction to the birds and will appeal to early childhood and young primary students.



A Visual Glossary of Ocean Terminology

Pew cartoonsOcean conservation is essential but sometimes difficult to understand. The Pew Charitable Trusts joined forces with cartoonist Jim Toomey, the artist behind “Sherman’s Lagoon,” on 10 animated videos that explain the complicated concepts that guide efforts to protect our oceans.


Cawthron Institute Videos


The Cawthron Institute has a lot of fascinating resources online as videos, many of which are relevant to Seaweek:

Explore more here.


Revive Our Gulf

ROG_logoMarine biologist Rebecca Barclay provides an overview of the Mussel Reef Restoration Trust’s key project – Revive Our Gulf in this video on the Science and Biotech Learning Hubs website. Rebecca gives us the history of the Hauraki Gulf and how Revive Our Gulf is working to restore some of the original ecosystems.

See the video here:

Science and Biotech Learning Hubs Professional Development Session for Seaweek 2016‬


Watch the video from this primary and secondary professional development session to find some resources for Seaweek using the Science Learning Hub. These sessions will help you to find your way around the Science Learning Hub while tracking down teaching content for Seaweek 2016: Tolora te Moana – Tolora te Tangata – Healthy Seas, Healthy People.

Included will be our upcoming new story – Young Ocean Explorers, featuring Riley and Steve Hathaway. Their recent video series is supported by the book Love Our Ocean that was been sent out to every school in New Zealand.

Steve Riley YOE
Photo: Richie Robinson

Register at 

Link to the virtual Science Learning Hub Conference Room:


Science Learning Hub Primary Resources for Seaweek


With 75% of New Zealanders living within 10 km of the coast, marine science need not be limited to just 1 week. The Science Learning Hub has helpfully listed a sample of the Hub’s marine resources including a selection of unit plans and other teacher support materials that they have grouped under possible teaching topics. Use the Related Content links on each page to get the full story.


Seaweek logo seaweeklogo

Download the NZAEE Seaweek logo here for a JPG version

or here for a PDF version


Lab in a Box

Lab in a BoxRecently Genetics Otago and its partners, Otago Polytech, Otago Museum, the NZ Marine Studies Centre, Orokonui Ecosanctuary and Icon Logistics, received some government funding to develop a mobile science lab to help with STEM teaching in rural schools and communities. Starting in Term 4 this year, the aim is to visit schools with the laboratory, and work with students and teachers helping them discover how science works and what scientists do.

Initially Lab in a Box will be visiting primary, intermediate and area schools in South Canterbury, Westland, Otago and Southland. Ultimately, the aim is to run programmes with secondary schools as well, and to make it available across the whole of New Zealand.

The Director of Genetics Otago, Associate Professor Peter Dearden, says the project is an ambitious one and he is keen for others to come on board in order to ensure that Lab-in-a-box will be a success. If you like to register your interest you can email or

More details here:



A Virtual Marine Reserve Experience from Experiencing Marine Reserves

EMR virtual posterExperiencing Marine Reserves – Mountains to Sea Conservation Trust have released a really cool app for your tablet or cellphone that allows you to visit a marine reserve without getting wet! Snorkel around a healthy site and an unhealthy one to see the incredible difference no-take marine reserves make to the biodiversity of our seas.


For more information and to download the app, click here:


Photograph the next King Tide

King Tides logoKing Tides Auckland Initiative has developed a useful booklet to help you take awesome photos of the next king tide. Click on the link below to download and print the following “how to” booklet to capture an image of the next king tide: photo point “how to” booklet


Seafood New Zealand supports Seaweek

Join our fishermen, and see what lies beneath the surface at

Seafood Infographic image

Mudflat Mysteries Educational Activity Book

Brand new resource from the New Zealand Marine Studies Centre. Available for download by clicking here.

Mudflat Mysteries image

KidzBooksNZ: Children’s books for Seaweek:


Marine Metre Squared Identification Help

Marine Metre Squared project logo

If you’ve been using the Rocky Shore Guide or the Sandy and Muddy Shore Guide to do your Marine Metre Squared you will have found that they only cover a portion of what you might find… So the team at the NZ Marine Studies Centre have come up with an online guide that has more information on
The Auckland Museum App (New Zealand Marine Life) and the NZ Marine Studies Centre have also done a Pinterest board with useful ID Books (


Introduction to SnorkelingIntroduction to snorkeling


A free guide for teachers from Watersafe Auckland Inc. for you to download here.



Northern NZ Sandy and Muddy Shore Guide

Sandy and Muddy Shore Guide

The NZ Marine Studies Centre provides this guide to what lives on our sandy and muddy shores. Complements the Rocky Shore Guide and perfect for doing Marine Metre Squared on beaches and estuaries. You can download an electronic copy here, or order hard copies by downloading and completing this form.

There are lots of free marine resources available for download from the NZ Marine Studies Centre website.

New Zealand Sea Lions: Free education resource for teachers

nzslt_patch (colour)The New Zealand Sea Lion Trust are offering a FREE education resource package for primary, intermediate and scondary school teachers or youth group/interest leaders. Download your pack by clicking here.

The pack includes:

Resource book for teachers : The New Zealand Sea Lion, Whakahao – Welcoming back a native treasure

  • designed to support the education programme on sea lions that is offered at the New Zealand Marine Studies Centre at the University of Otago
  • incorporates the big science concepts of conservation, sustainability, endangered species and food chains/webs and links to topics in the social sciences and maths curriculum
  • provides background information, resource material, curriculum links, pre- and post-trip activity suggestions and a reference list

New Zealand Sea Lions DVD

  • Return of the sea lions (24mins)
  • Big and beautiful (5mins)
  • Amelie and her Kaki (2mins)
  • New Zealand Sea Lions face extinction: TV3 News, Jan 2012 (4mins)

a pup and mumSea Lions vs Squid Fishery fact sheet

  • An overview of the current dangers posed to the New Zealand Sea Lion by the methods that the squid fishery currently use


Members of the Trust are also available to come to your school/youth or interest group to give a talk about the latest research and issues.

For more information or to order your free education resource package, please email

To learn more about the New Zealand Sea Lion Trust, please visit


Seabird Smart Fishing


Recreational fishing and seabirds on-board card copy

Watch the video and download the Fish Seabird Smart recreational fishing card from Southern Seabird Solutions Trust to help you avoid and deter seabirds from getting caught on your gear, and what to do to release them unharmed if they do. Contact if you’d like a laminated version for your tackle box.


Marine Metre Squared ProjectMarine Metre Squared project logo

An easy way for anyone to survey the plants and animals living on their local seashore. A new guide for soft shore sediments (mud and sand) is being developed and will be launched during Seaweek 2014 to complement the currently available Rocky Shore Guide. Visit to register and download all the resources you will need to do your own seashore surveys.


Oceans teaching resource

An exciting new resource for teachers on Oceans developed by Carol Brieseman can be downloaded here (3.4MB)


ACTIVboard NZ Rocky Shore resource pack

Download free from Promethean Planet: This activity is based on the NZ Rocky Shore Guide produced by the NZ Marine Studies Centre:


Teacher Resources:

Download the free resources developed by the Science Learning Hub and NZ Marine Studies Centre (NZMSC) to guide teachers through the marine content on the Science Learning Hub and links to field trips and resources from the NZMSC. Although designed for intermediate students the feedback we have had from teachers is that they would be useful at both primary and secondary level:

Marine Biodiversity
Marine Habitats
Marine Foodwebs

Educational units for teachers – While they have a Canterbury flavour to them, many of the ideas are generic and could be used throughout New Zealand. They are entitled: The Rocky Shore (2.3MB), Coastal Wetlands (1.7MB) and Coastal Dunes (1.1MB). Download by clicking on the links.

WaterSafe Auckland Inc’s Teacher Guide:

History and Traditions of the Sea – The sea is important for many people in New Zealand. However, over the years the uses and traditions have changed significantly. This guide looks at transport, fishing and the recent increase of recreational activities. Download it here. Plus more resources in the Teachers Toolbox.

Ministry of Primary Industries free teachers resources

MPI-logo-colourStarfish (years 7-10) and Fish for Tomorrow (years 4-6) are free resources for teachers from the Ministry of Primary Industries to help students explore the role they can play in making sure there are fish for tomorrow. Download the factsheets for Starfish from the website at or email for a DVD and resource pack.

Teaching resources and education for sustainability

Te Kete Ipurangi: Teaching resources and education for sustainability links and help. Check out the resources by going to the EFS kete, curriculum resources and tools and finding the Ministry of Education NCEA resources page, looking under Teaching Tools.

End of the Line movie

End of the Line: Information and activities related to Fish for the Future and the End of the Line movie.


LEARNZ: Interactive student experiences and a collection of New Zealand, contemporary digital resources for education.

Fairfax media resources

Fairfax Media Resources for Schools: including Marine and Environmental resources for students from Year 1 – 10.

Rocky Shore Activities Teaching Resources from the NZ Marine Studies Centre:

Free Rocky Shore Guide (North and South Island versions) designed to help identify the common plants and animals living on our rocky shores. Download free from the website at or order a set for your class by email:
Or download the individual resources below:


Take Action:

Love Your Coast: Help to keep beaches rubbish-free, the way they should be. Learn more about the issue, find clean-ups near you, create your own events and share your results.

Marine Metre Squared Project: an easy way for anyone to survey the plants and animals living on their local seashore.

Learn About and Adopt an Argo Data Float – Argo Floats are a very cool technology that measure temperature and salinity in our oceans. We need this information to help us with climate, weather, and ocean research. They are being used in the Southern Ocean on the Our Far South expedition. Argos are like Underwater Robots that float around at about 1000m (1 km) below sea level. They float here for 9 days, then sink down to about 2 kilometres of depth before they come up to the surface. On its way up, an Argo Float measures temperature and salinity through the water column. Once it’s on the surface, it transmits that data to a satellite and then repeats the process, sinks back down to a 1,000 metres and spends another 9 days drifting around. For more information about Argos and even ideas on how to adopt an Argo click here

Underwater Cleanups – Divers visit to register a cleanup event and receive tools to help make your underwater cleanup a success.

Project AWARE Kids Conservation – Lead future generations and help children discover the exciting world of sharks, coral reefs, whales and more. Resources are available for free download including lesson guides and activity books at

Many more ideas and resources can be accessed through the Links page »


Ocean Champions

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NZAEE Seaweek 2017 ‘Ocean Champion’ Winner Announced

NZAEE Seaweek is delighted to announce that the NZAEE Seaweek “Ocean Champion” for 2017 is New Zealand’s turtle expert Dan Godoy. The New Zealand Coastal Society (NZCS) is sponsoring the initiative by donating the equivalent of $500 prize money towards the winner’s work which was presented by NZCS Chair Hugh Leersnyder at tonight’s Bill Ballantine… Read More

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