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Find more information about preparing for and dealing with emergencies and traumatic incidents on the Ministry of Education website.
Visit the New Zealand Curriculum website for more information on the New Zealand Curriculum.
Floods 101 is part of a series of natural disaster videos produced by National Geographic.
A map of a local area allows the user to adjust floodwaters to show how much of the land could end up under sea level.
STEM-Works have a series of learning experiences that focus on floods and tsunami.
A New Zealand perspective on floods from Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.
A New Zealand perspective on severe weather from Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.
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Witness huge storms, heavy rain, powerful tornadoes, intense lightning, dust storms, dangerous plane landings, giant hail and other extreme conditions in these weather video clips.
National Geographic's kids weather playlist on Youtube.
Learnz provides virtual field trips. In this field trip, experts will take you to remote locations to help you better understand what causes natural disasters such as tsunami, earthquakes and landslides, and how you can manage the risk of these events.
Earthquakes 101 is part of a series of natural disaster videos produced by National Geographic.
On QuakeStories, survivors of the Christchurch earthquakes tell their stories.
Learnz provides virtual field trips. In this field trip you will learn from experts what caused the Canterbury Earthquakes.
A resource designed to help students develop an understanding about earthquakes in New Zealand, including why we get them and how we measure them.
Earthquake-related articles, activities, events and cool jobs from STEM-Works.
In this activity, students use data on historical earthquakes to identify when and where they occurred and make predictions about future earthquakes.
Tsunami 101 is part of a series of natural disaster videos produced by National Geographic.
A useful site with animations showing the movement of tsunami waves.
Watch this video from GNS Science explaining how tsunami are formed and the damage they can cause.