Unit Overview

Kind Conservation is a science and social studies unit that focuses on the impact that humans have on the environment and the flora and fauna of New Zealand.

Students will begin by learning about the unique species that make up the native fauna of New Zealand and how these species evolved and adapted to their environment over time. They will then consider how human actions have caused environmental changes that have in turn impacted on the wildlife that lived here for thousands of years prior to the arrival of humans. With the understanding that humans have caused the changes that have impacted on wildlife, students will then consider what humans can do to help wildlife thrive again and how humans and wildlife can positively co-exist.

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