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Videos about the completion of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park from the fourth LEARNZ field trip to the site in the lead-up to Anzac Day 2015.
Walk into Pukeahu National War Memorial Park and find out more about the pavilions that welcome people to the park.
Next step learning: Design your own entrance ways to Memorial Park or a Park near you.
Take a closer look at the plants around the Park and find out why they have been chosen.
Next step learning: Look back at the Memorial Park 3 field trip to see the tree pits and how they were constructed.
Walk up the stairs beneath the Carillon to get a better view across the Park and find out from Emma Beech how the Park has been designed.
Next step learning: Why do you think Wellington was chosen as the site for the National War Memorial Park?
Meet site manager Paul Flannery to discover more about the origins of this memorial and how it was constructed.
Next step learning: Find out about the New Zealand War Memorial in Australia and how it was built.
Walk down to the eastern end of the Park to see the restored Home of Compassion Crèche and why it was moved into the Park.
Next step learning: Find out if there are any historic buildings in your area that are being restored.
1. The Blessing of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park 89Mb mp4 or watch on Vimeo.
Get up early to attend the 4.30am dawn ceremony to bless Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
Next step learning: Why do you think this ceremony takes place so early in the morning?
Meet Minister of Arts, Culture and Heritage and Conservation Maggie Barry to find out why a National Memorial Park is important for all New Zealanders.
Next step learning: Find out about Anzac Day events in your local area.
Meet Morrie Love to find out about the Tangata Whenua Gardens and their significance.
Next step learning: Draw or create a model of a statue that could be made to commemorate New Zealanders who have served at war.
Talk to students from Clifton Terrace Model School and find out about what they think of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park.
Next step learning: Discuss with your class how you feel about commemorating war and how you might do this.
Check out some of the war art work done by students at Wellington College.
Next step learning: Think about and complete your own art work to commemorate New Zealanders who have served at war.
Walk up to the Hall of Memories and find out how this newly restored building will be used on Anzac Day.
Next step learning: Go to the First Memorial Park field trip videos to see what the Carillon looked like while it was being restored.
Come into the old Dominion Museum building to find out more about the Great War Exhibition.
Next step learning: Check out the Great War Exhibition website to find out more.
Meet Sandy the principal of Mount Cook School and Dexter a former student to find out how they became involved in the Memorial Park project.
Now that you have completed the Memorial Park field trips, spend some time thinking about what you have learnt.