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    Distributor of Science Books & resources for New Zealand educators, Students and parents

    Kip McGrath Education Centres is New Zealand's only nation-wide, fully professional provider of maths and English tutoring services. All Kip McGrath tutors are qualified teachers, most of whom work in schools during the day. Kip McGrath Centres offer free education assessments for students from Year 1 to Year 13 so that parents can gain peace of mind, knowing where their child is achieving within the school framework.At senior levels, additional subjects such as physics, chemistry and biology may ... Read more also be catered for. To contact your nearest centre, call 0800 TUTORING or check out our website for further information on how we can tutor your child for success!

    The House of Science Tauranga Connects and Resources the local (Western Bay of Plenty) Science Community. We offer science resources for primary schools and after school and holiday programmes for children. There is also Professional Development sessions and secondary science tutoring available.

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    We run Messy Play Events for preschoolers around Auckland, currently in Meadowbank and Takapuna. You can book and pay online for as many or as few as you like. Mess it up is developmental messy play, where your child can explore, discover, think, learn and problem solve using all their senses. Messy or sensory play helps connect neural pathways to aid brain development in early childhood. We use many different sensory and messy mediums in each session such as edible finger paint, tempera ... Read more paint, play dough, slime, gloop, ice, water, shredded paper, foam, sensory rainbow rice, colourful popcorn kernels, pasta, tapioca, chick peas. All ingredients are non-toxic and safe for young children to experience and explore. Messy Sensory hands on fun for under 5s. The best part is you don't have to clean up afterwards. If you're wondering why you should go to the effort of engaging in Messy Play with your child, read on. Messy or sensory play can help your child's development on ...

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    ROCKUP delivers amazing mobile adventure activities whether a Community Event, School EOTC, Corporate Team-building or business Promotion. Friendly qualified staff enhance the experience, setup at a venue of choice or visit our 180 acre ROCKUP base overlooking the scenic Hunua falls & bordering 1,000,000 acres of incredible native bush to camp from $5 per head or to have some exciting fun. A huge choice from Inflatable Fun activities and themed bouncy castles to Kayaking, ATBike riding, Rock-climbing, ... Read more Archery, Pistol, Rifle & Claybird shooting plus much more such as the new Xtreme Air Bouncer to develop jumping and acrobatic skills, up to 8 metres into the air... 100% NZ owned & operated, you and your team or class, can have an ultimate fun experience ROCKUP & Climb ON!!!

    Wellington Botanic Garden offers free access to unsurpassed views, unique landscape, exotic forests, native bush, colourful floral displays and gorgeous specialist gardens. Start your visit at the Treehouse Visitor Centre. Grab a bag of duck food and check out the children’s corner for kid friendly activities you can do in the garden. Explore new areas or visit old favourites. The Children’s Play Area has a flying fox and grassy hills for rolling competitions. Come play under our trees ... Read more and let your curiosity lead you. Gardens open daily sunrise to sunset. Free entry.

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    "I've never met a kid that didn't love Space (and dinosaurs)!" All it takes to explore the Universe is to start looking up. At our Planetarium we can look up even during a thunder storm and see the Stars and Constellations in their full glory. It is a realistic projection of the night sky in a fully indoor dome ceiling. Each Saturday evening we run public tours of the evening sky, focusing on the current constellations and objects of interest. For those who want more detail our Space ... Read more Club meets on the first Friday each month and welcomes enthusiasts from 8-80 years. If you have a school, community or social group and want to come enjoy the Universe together, we arrange private group sessions as required.

    The Space Centre is an inspiring educational experience for all ages, whether or not you have any interest in space (most of our visitors don't). There are plenty of hands-on activities for kids young and old. We've got New Zealand's only public collection of genuine space artefacts. Look us up on any review website and see why people are calling Te Awamutu Space Centre a "hidden gem" and "must-see attraction".

    Puzzling World is an iconic, unique attraction that since 1973 has fascinated people of all ages keen to engage in a fun, challenging and sensory experience. Encouraging problem solving and entertainment we invented the world’s first 3-D maze and offer a huge Puzzle Café where you can try your hand at one of many brain-benders at the tables. Mind not boggled? - visiting the Illusion Rooms is sure to - from holograms, following faces and a shrinking room to one where sculptures defy physics ... Read more and another where objects glide uphill, your notion of reality will be tested!

    • 46 Coleridge St, Sydenham (8023), Canterbury Region

    Science Alive! is a not-for-profit science and technology centre dedicated to promoting the value of science and technology to the public. Despite the loss of our building in the 2011 Canterbury earthquakes, we continue to provide effective and innovative education programmes in schools and the wider community. Plans are underway for rebuilding an exciting new science centre.

    Join the club that connects kids to nature- Forest & Bird’s Kiwi Conservation Club | Hakuturi Toa (KCC) KCC has over 5,000 members throughout New Zealand who receive our Wild Things magazine. The magazines make topics like wild rivers, marine reserves and worms fun for kids using a range of articles, cartoons, games & even plays! In most places around New Zealand, volunteer coordinators (KCOs) also arrange adventures for members to explore their local beaches, forests and everywhere in between. Some ... Read more clubs also get involved in local conservation projects like tree planting, creating lizard gardens or making nesting boxes for little blue penguins. Join in the fun and help us get the next generation protecting our wildlife and wild places.

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