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Disaster Preparedness for People with Disabilities has been designed to help people who have physical, visual, auditory or cognitive disabilities to prepare for natural disasters.

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Thinking Maps is a digital tool for students to visualise their thinking and to think about what emergencies look like.

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Find stories about historic emergencies and Māori tradition from Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.

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The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has developed resources to help students and teachers learn more about the science of earthquakes.

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GNS Science has a video explaining basic tectonic plate movement.

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Learn more about earthquakes through our In an emergency section and through What's the Plan Stan?.

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Students can learn how to build an earthquake-proof structure.

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Science Kids has a factsheet for kids giving a factual overview of floods.

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AFP has a video explaining floods and the damage they can cause.

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Learn more about floods through our In an emergency section and through What's the Plan Stan?.

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One Geology Kids, has a pages containing landslide information for students.

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Use one of the experiments shown in this video to look at different kinds of erosion and landslides.

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This experiment from Scientific American uses physics to explain land movement.

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Learn more about landslides through our In an emergency section and through What's the Plan Stan?.

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MetService has real time satellite imagery and thunderstorm warnings to track the storm activity in your local area.

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In this interactive game, students can build their own hurricane. As they do so, they’ll learn what kinds of wind conditions, latitude, and sea temperature are favourable for a hurricane to be born.

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Learn more about storms through our In an emergency section and through What's the Plan Stan?.

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Use this activity to investigate the power of a tsunami. In this activity, students will build a table-top village and use it to visualize the relative height and effects of tsunami.

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