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Science at Home - ARB collections
Science is everywhere; and there are opportunities for science thinking around every corner. This is a selection of classroom resources that are designed for teachers to use in the classroom, but can be used by students and parents at home. Some resources can be downloaded and answered pencil and paper and others can be completed online.
 
Getting the most from the ARBs - ARB collections
The ARBs are a repository of almost three thousand formative assessment resources that provide teachers with formative assessment Maths, English, and Science tasks for students at Levels 1-5. Here are some selections of great tasks for learning across Maths (Levels 1- 4) and Science (Levels 1- 5) to get started.
ARBs collections - Maths Level 4
This selection of classroom resources of Maths ARBs at Curriculum level 4 can be freely used across Aotearoa New Zealand.
ARBs collections - Maths Level 1
This selection of classroom resources of Maths ARBs at Curriculum level 1 can be freely used across Aotearoa New Zealand.
ARBs collections - Maths Level 2
This selection of classroom formative assessment resources of Maths ARBs at Curriculum level 2 can be freely used across Aotearoa New Zealand. 
ARBs collections - Maths Level 3
This selection of classroom resources of Maths ARBs at Curriculum level 3 can be freely used across Aotearoa New Zealand.
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About the ARBs
The Assessment Resource Banks (ARBs) are a collection of educational articles, conceptual maps, and formative assessment resources in Maths, English and Science for use with New Zealand students working at levels 1-5 of the New Zealand Curriculum.
Planning Across the Curriculum: Using the ARBs I
The ARB resources cover three curriculum areas, a range of topics and levels, and can be used in many ways to support teaching and learning. When planning for learning, there are three broad fields that you might start from: a topic or context, the curriculum, or your students' strengths and needs. This planning example focuses on starting from the topic/context in the learning area of science. 
Planning Across the Curriculum: Using the ARBs II
This article explores using the ARBs to support planning for teaching and learning from a starting point of students' strengths and needs in mathematics. 
Planning Across the Curriculum: Using the ARBs III
This article explores using the ARBs to support planning for teaching and learning starting from the curriculum in the learning area of English.