Junior Members Area
Our Junior Section has been designed to cover a range of activities and topics for our Junior members in support of this philosophy.
Some colouring and quiz worksheets to download - Downloadable colouring sheets with two aquarium fish on each sheet and three questions for each fish.
Sheet #1- Clown Loach and Dwarf Gourami
Sheet #2- Angel Fish and Clown Fish
Sheet #3- Seahorse and Rainbowfish
A Colouring and Counting Book for Young Fishkeepers
A ten page fish counting booklet to print out - Younger children are encouraged to count and colour ten different freshwater tropical fish.
A single A4 sheet that can be printed on paper or card. Colour the fish, fold and paste and then cut out the shapes to make a simple mobile by hanging them from a coat-hanger or rods. Requires supervision/assistance.
Use the internet to learn about where your aquarium fish come from.
Why does an animal that lives in water sometimes jump into the air?
Would you like your fish to breed and have babies? Here is a quick guide.
Some interviews with fish. (True!) Find out what fish like.
Fish are not the only animals you can keep in a home or classroom aquarium
Do you know what the different parts of a fish are called?
Are you ready to tackle something more challenging? Try these:
The School Biotope Aquarium - Aquarium Manual and Maintenance Guide
A guide for aquarium educators, students and keepers to setting up an Australian biotope aquarium. A resource about biology, physics, chemistry and mathematics. Prepared by Dave Wilson of Aquagreen Pty Ltd
How does fish waste get processed in an aquarium?
Extend your research skills by identifying the origin of some recently discovered freshwater fish.
What is a "fish" and where did they come from?
How should Siamese Fighters be cared for? How do you think about "animal wefare" and how can people decide what is right for animals.
How you can tell a lot about a fish by what it looks like.
You can also download this article for more information about the parts of a fish.
What's going on in a wetland or river when there's nobody to feed the fish? A complex food web, that's what.