Information, questions and facts about the objects containted in the Kete Wānanga: Te Wao Nui Forest Curiosity Crate
He kāri pai ēnei ki te pūrei i te kēmu whakamaumahara kia ako i ngā meka, ingoa hoki o ngā Moko Tuauri o te ao.
He Pānui whakaahua A3 tēnēi kia ako I ngā ingoa Moko Tuauri o te ao.
He kimi kupu tēnei e pā ana ki ngā mahi ā te Mātai Moko Tuauri.
A self guided trail for educators to use while exploring our Origins gallery with their learners.
This A5 self guided trail is for students in Years 5-8 to use while exploring Origins Gallery.
An activity sheet for students that supports the exhbition, Sea Monsters.
Create your own treaty as a precursor to Te Tiriti o Waitangi | Treaty of Waitangi discussions
A field guide filled with information on native New Zealand plant and animal species
Young Auckland poets reflect on the issues faced by Māori and Pacific Island soldiers who passed through the city during WWI.
A field guide filled with information on native New Zealand plant and animal species.
Information, questions and facts about the objects contained in the Kete Wānanga: Moana
A self guided trail for students to complete as they explore and discover our Volcanoes gallery.
Take a closer look at role of women in World War 1, the Gallipoli landing and what life was like on the Western Front.
Auckland Museum's space that enables remembrance and reflection of the New Zealand First World War experience through enquiry.
Learn about the different types of volcanic eruptions that have occured in Tāmaki Auckland
Learn about New Zealand's involvement in World War 1 in this short video.
Explore this digital re-creation of Anzac Cove, accompanied by historic images of the cove itself.
In this video series, follow the experiences of a young New Zealand soldier during the Gallipoli campaign.
Learn about key moments in World War II, what life was like on the home front and the changes in warfare technology.
Watch a video fly through of the Daisy Patch from the Battle of Krithia in Gallipoli
Six short films of student poets capture their responses to World War I.
A self guided resource for teachers and educators to use in the Pou Maumahara Memorial Discovery Centre
A self guided resource for teachers and educators to use in the Pou Kanohi, New Zealand at War gallery