Gear up for a jam-packed excursion experience that will have your students talking for days. Experience breath-taking ocean and bushland scenery, whilst exploring features and characteristics of different places and environments.Students will participate in activities such as dip net fishing in a freshwater creek, bug catching, bushwalking and building beach habitats for turtles and penguins, investigating the ways people, places and environments interact. Students will examine the characteristics of the location they are in, observing the bushland, sand and sea, and have the opportunity to consider how people’s perceptions of places are the basis for actions to protect places and environments - all while having fun!
In this fast-paced 2hour practical and interactive STEM based incursion, students investigate the physical characteristics of objects and how they move such as bouncing, flying, jumping, rolling and sliding. Students examine firsthand how push and pull forces create movement whilst exploring the fundamental concepts of force and motion exploring rockets and slime.
Your students will never look at STEM classes in the same way after this fun-packed excursion! Filled with hands-on experiments to give your students first-hand examples of push and pull forces in action, everything about this excursion is interactive and allows the students to explore how objects move and react to force.