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Learn more about floods through our In an emergency section and through What's the Plan Stan?.
Kia Takatū is a te reo Māori resource for years 1–8, containing teaching material, templates and stories to teach children about emergencies.
A New Zealand perspective on severe weather from Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.
One Geology Kids, has a pages containing landslide information for students.
These downloadable emergency stories are in te reo Māori and are suitable for all levels.
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Use one of the experiments shown in this video to look at different kinds of erosion and landslides.
Resilient Organisations has advice for looking after staff after an emergency, called Staffed or Stuffed.
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.
This experiment from Scientific American uses physics to explain land movement.
Watch this slide presentation that focuses on researching a historic tsunami in Henderson Bay in Northland.
National Geographic's kids weather playlist on Youtube.
Learn more about landslides through our In an emergency section and through What's the Plan Stan?.
Visit the Earthquake Commission's website for more information on making your home safer.
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.
Science Kids New Zealand has fact sheets for students about different aspects of storms.
This personal workplace emergency plan will help you plan for an emergency during working hours.
Earthquakes 101 is part of a series of natural disaster videos produced by National Geographic.
MetService has real time satellite imagery and thunderstorm warnings to track the storm activity in your local area.
On QuakeStories, survivors of the Christchurch earthquakes tell their stories.