Explorers Marine Project Resources
The Explorers Marine Project Resources provide great teaching materials to help develop ocean literacy in the classroom and school. The cross curricular resources have also been developed to support STEM & STEAM topics, as well as themes covered by the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The class projects may also be adapted to incorporate collaborative school projects.
The projects cover ocean themes including Living Things - Marine Biodiversity; Caring For Our Marine Environment; Climate Change; and Marine Technology; to name a few. Also, don’t forget to check out the Explorers STEM & STEAM Our Favourite Ocean Projects for more ideas of how you can use the ocean in the classroom and school.
Explorers Ocean Literacy & SDG Resources
The Explorers resources supports the ocean literacy principles and concepts, as well as using the UN Sustainable Goals to help introduce a better understanding how the ocean has an influence on our lives and how we have an influence on the ocean. We have selected a few of our favourite resources to help get you started.
Explorers Deep Sea Species
Did you ever wonder what the ugliest animal in the ocean looks like or where in the ocean you would find an animal that produces light? The Explorers The Good, The Bad + The Ugly Deep Sea Species books and resources are suitable for 10-12 year olds and teachers who can’t wait to dive deep into the ocean depths to meet the Good, The Bad, + The Ugly residents of the deep sea.
Explorers Learning about Squid
We love SQUID! Put on your cephalopod science investigators cap and become a CSI Explorer. Check out the fun resources including: Learning about Squid Dissection Film and Fun Facts, information books on Squid; Children workbooks, as well as Kraken presentations, lesson plans and activities, plus lots more.
“Ask an Explorers Marine Scientist” is dedicated to answering questions relating to marine education. Check the Question & Answer Archive for all kinds of interesting information and answers to questions about the ocean and the species that live there.