Over 500 free science fair projects with complete instructions.
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Larger than any other museum of its kind, this museum located in Ottawa helps the public to understand the ongoing relationships between science, technology and Canadian society.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute invites curious kids to explore biology... on screen, off screen, and in between.
Curriculinks is ENO's web-based resource in support of Ontario curriculum. This is a continually growing directory of relevant curriculum resources with descriptions of their applications in the classroom.
Curriculum Services Canada (CSC) is the Pan-Canadian standards agency for quality assurance in learning products and programs. Access teacher-generated resources and course profiles.
Go to the Hands On Activities and then Activities section. I particularly like the Science Snacks. Snacks are divided into easy-to-follow sections that include instructions, advice, and helpful hints.
Each Snack begins with a photograph of itself, a short introduction and a list of the materials needed. Other sections give assembly instructions, contain descriptions of how to use the completed exhibits, and explain the science behind them. Most of the Snacks can be completed by one...
If you or your students have questions about how something works -say trick birthday candles or fiber optics - this is the site for you.
A Global Study of Wildlife Migration - Your students can contribute data and sightings online. There are also tons of activities, lessons related to learning strategies, wildlife, plants, naturalized schoolyards and much more.
Let's Talk Science strives to improve Science literacy through leadership, innovative educational programs, research and advocacy.
A favourite stop for Ontario elementary teachers, Link to Learning is a constantly updated directory of Internet links appropriate for student use in the study of the Ontario curriculum.