You can refine your selection by choosing from the topic and languages lists below.
Have a showcase of your students' learning with the help of digital tools like these.
Volunteers create positive change on many fronts — human rights, faith communities, health, education, sports and recreation, social services, arts and culture, emergency services, the environment and conservation, animal welfare and community support development
Help Teddy make his house more earthquake safe in EQC’s Make. Shake. Break. mini game. Use the building blocks to stack Teddy’s house and see how well it holds up to a shake.
Stan’s Land is a special place to play and learn about disasters. First choose a disaster, then you’ll be shown a list of activities to choose from. Have fun and be careful!
It is Sparky's job to keep you safe around our electricity and gas network. That means teaching you about dangerous situations involving power lines, substations or transformer boxes.
Go through different locations with Gayle and her friends to find what you need for an emergency kit. Have fun and build a checklist along the way.
Severe Weather Preparedness Adventure.
Watch these New Zealand Sign Language videos on hazards and emergencies in New Zealand.
Audio recordings for people with sight impairments on how to get ready for an emergency.
Audio recordings for people with sight impairments on different types of hazards and what to do in an emergency.
The Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind provides some of its key learnings on earthquake preparedness and response for the blind or partially sighted.
This toolkit is designed to help marae be as prepared as possible in the event of a natural disaster or emergency.
Download and print the New Zealand ShakeOut colouring pages for kids.
Make a plan online with your family/flatmates/friends to get through an emergency. Think about the things you need every day and work out what you would do if you didn’t have them.
Find instructions for updating your Samsung phone on the Samsung NZ website.
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.
Thinking Maps is a digital tool for students to visualise their thinking and to think about what emergencies look like.
Find stories about historic emergencies and Māori tradition from Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has developed resources to help students and teachers learn more about the science of earthquakes.
GNS Science has a video explaining basic tectonic plate movement.