See them before they’re gone!

Two wonderful exhibitions on Level 3 of Queensland Museum South Bank (QMSB)will disappear shortly. In July, Museum Zoo will be dismantled and Endangered Species will disappear, to reappear later in a new format. So if you want to see these exhibitions, now is the time!

We have developed some worksheets linked to the new Australian Science Curriculum that students can complete while moving through these exhibitions. They are Biodiversity in Museum Zoo, Name that Animal, and Endangered Species. These worksheets can be found in the Learning Resources section of QM website. If you want to make a whole day of it, students can wander down to Level 2 and explore Discover Queensland and Marine Reptiles. The worksheet based on these exhibitions is called Habitat Comparisons.

About Adriana Bauer

I am a Senior Project Officer (Biodiversity) in the Strategic Learning section of the Queensland Museum. I have been working here since August 2008 but before then, I was teaching in secondary schools in Brisbane. My subject areas include Biology, Junior Science, and Junior and Senior Mathematics. Since working at the museum, I have been involved in developing online learning resources, QM Loans kits, updating our Inquiry Centre Fact Sheets, delivering professional development for teachers, and writing educational resources that support the new Australian Science Curriculum. I have a passion and interest in biodiversity and did my academic studies at the University of Queensland where I obtained a B.Sc, B.A, and Dip. Ed.
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