Queensland Museum Kits

The Queensland Museum provides kits to schools, playgroups, kindergartens, and home school groups. The kits include sets of museum pieces for classroom use.

Bookings are essential for the Museum Kits. Please contact Gympie Library on 54810859.

Semester 1

World War I

  • What caused change from 1750 to 1918? (HISTORY Year 9)
  • Reminiscence for older learners

Early Queensland Living

  • How have changes in technology affected people? (HISTORY Year 2)
  • How and why do people choose to remember events? (HISTORY Year 3)
  • What caused change from 1750 to 1918? (HISTORY Year 9)
  • How did Australian society change during the 20th century? (HISTORY Year 10)
  • Reminiscence for older learners

South America

  • Early years learning
  • How can people use environments more sustainably? (GEOGRAPHY Year 4)
  • How places, people and cultures differ across the world? (GEOGRAPHY Year 6)

Arid Adaptations

  • Features and behaviours enable survival in habitats (BIOLOGICAL Year 5)
  • Growth and survival are affected by physical conditions (BIOLOGICAL Year 6)
  • Food webs and impact of changing factors on populations (BIOLOGICAL Year 7)
  • How can people use environments more sustainably? (GEOGRAPHY Year 4)

Proudly supported by presenting partner BHP 

Bush & Forest Habitats 

  • Basic needs and how place meets needs (BIOLOGICAL Year 1)
  • Living and non-living things and life cycles (BIOLOGICAL Year 2)
  • How can we care for places (GEOGRAPHY Year 1)

Forces

  • Frictional, gravitational and magnetic forces (PHYSICAL Year 4)
  • Balanced and unbalanced forces (PHYSICAL Year 7)

Proudly supported by Future Makers, a partnership between QMN and Shell's QGC
CONTAINS SMALL PARTS - SUPERVISE EARLY LEARNERS 

 

Semester 2

Traditional Food, Western Cape & Torres Strait 

  • How can we care for places (GEOGRAPHY Year 1)
  • What factors affect my connection lo places? (GEOGRAPHY Year 2)
  • What can improve the availability of resources? (GEOGRAPHY Year 7)
  • Cyclic changes of the Earth, sun and moon (EARTH & SPACE Year 7)

Gold Diggers

  • How did colonial settlement change the environment? (HISTORY Year 5)
  • What caused change from 1750 to 1918? (HISTORY Year 9)

Cultural Celebrations: Feasts 

  • Early years learning
  • How can stories of the past be told and shared? (HISTORY Prep)
  • How and why do people choose to remember events? (HISTORY Year 3)
  • How did Australia change throughout the twentieth century? (HISTORY Year 6)
  • What makes a place special? (GEOGRAPHY Prep)

Amphibian Life Cycles

  • Early years learning
  • Living and non-living things and life cycles (BIOLOGICAL Year 2)

Mangroves

  • Basic needs and how place meets needs (BIOLOGICAL Year 1)
  • Roles within a habitat and food chains (BIOLOGICAL Year 4)
  • Growth and survival are affected by physical conditions (BIOLOGICAL Year 6)
  • Food webs and impact of changing factors on populations (BIOLOGICAL Year 7)

CONTAINS SMALL PARTS - SUPERVISE EARLY LEARNERS 

Fossils, Minerals & Rocks

  • Change to Earth's surface can impact erosion (EARTH & SPACE Year 4)
  • Characteristics of rocks reflect formation and use (EARTH & SPACE Year 6)
  • How do processes affect places and environments? (GEOGRAPHY Year 8)

Proudly supported by Project DIG, a partnership between QMN, BHP and BMA 

 

Contact us or phone 5481 0859 to secure your booking.

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