Teaching Sustainability With Fun!

Easily incorporate STEM and sustainability learning into your everyday. Here is how we empower learning with the Hive Explorer.

1. Hive Explorer Educator Set

For home schooling or in the classroom: Hive Explorer Set + 5 lessons for self-use

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2. Hive Explorer Curriculum

Comprehensive 13 lesson curriculum which aligns with most international curricular and contains more than 25 hours worth of lesson material

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3. Customised Teaching for your School

Want to make your lessons more sustainability-focused? We provide customised services and zero waste school programs!

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Curriculum & Learning Resources

Each of our lessons consists of a comprehensive teacher's guide, lesson plan, ready-to-roll slides, vocabulary explanation and additional worksheets.

It also has the added benefit of aligning with most international curricula including: IB, NGSS, UK and EU national curricula.

Module 1: Get started with Insect Farming

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Module 2: Discover our Food System

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Module 3: Mealworm Farming Technology

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Module 4: Food Waste Composting with Bokashi

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Module 5: Harvest Fermented Bokashi Compost

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The Hive Explorer Magazine

Every purchase of a Hive Explorer comes equipped with our magazine and manual. This magazine will give you an overview of your Hive Explorer and is also a workbook filled with loads of fun and educational activities that you can enjoy at your home, school or business.

What can we learn with The Hive Explorer?

• Interactions between living and non-living nature

• Structures and regeneration of ecosystems

• Materials cycle and energy flow in an ecosystem

• Biodiversity

• Interspecies relationships

• Understanding of global, regional and local problems

• Understanding of natural and built environments

• Understanding of human activity and its effects on the planet and well-being of people

• Understand and reflect on social and economic questions

• Develop skills of critical thinking & problem-solving

• Learn to use specific vocabulary to communicate ideas and thoughts clearly

• Sustainability of systems

• Environmental indicators & ecological footprints 

• Design, evaluate, and refine a solution for reducing the impacts of human activities on the environment and biodiversity

• Develop interest and curiosity in knowing how things work

• Design and make artefacts

• Apply design thinking in solving problems