Adopt a coastline teaching resources

The Adopt a Coastline Program is for students in years 4 to 7 to raise awareness of the ecological values of the local coastline and learn about rehabilitation and protection activities along the coast. The program includes a field trip and the following 2013 Australian curriculum aligned teaching resources.

Refer to Adopt a Coastline or Bushland for more information regarding applying for the program.

Key learning area Teacher’s guides Student worksheets
The Importance of the Coast The Ocean is not a rubbish bin

Coastline Historical Timeline

Recollections of the Past / Uses and Impacts on our Coastline

The Ocean is not a rubbish bin

The Ocean is not a rubbish bin – simple version

The Ocean is not a rubbish bin – language sheet

Coastline Historical Timeline

Uses and Impacts on Our Coastline

Recollections of the Past

Indigenous Heritage Values  

A Day at the Beach for Traditional Noongar People

 

A Day at the Beach for Traditional Noongar People

Biodiversity Living on the Coast – Plant Adaptations, Life in the Extremes and Marine Molluscs

How waves erode a beach / How do plants stop erosion

Living on the Coast- Plant Adaptations

Life in the Extremes

Marine Molluscs

Year 4/5 How do waves erode a beach? / How do plants help stop erosion?

Year 6/7 How do waves erode a beach? / How do plants help stop erosion?

Beach Activities Beach Activities

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