The Nine Planets - The Nine Planets is a multimedia tour of the solar system! This Web site is an overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of each planet and the major moons in our solar system. Each page has text and NASA images, some have sounds and movies, and most provide references to additional related information. A glossary of technical terms and proper names is provided.
Explorations Through Time - A series of interactive modules that explore the history of life on Earth, while focusing on the processes of science. Each module contains suggested lesson plans and an extensive teacher’s guide.
How Things Work - How Things Work is a course for non-science students, which introduces them to physics in the context of everyday objects. This Web site reverses the traditional format of physics courses by starting with whole objects and looking inside them to see what makes them work.
Human Body and Mind - Find out about your brain, organs, nervous system, muscles and skeleton and get to know yourself better with our psychological tests.
K-8 Aeronautics Internet Textbook – Lesson Plans - This site contains learning resources for teachers, students, and enthusiasts interested in aeronautics, including an online textbook, lesson plans, interactive activities and curriculum bridges to other subjects.
KidSpace: Canadian Space Agency - This section is all for you so get set to blast off on an exciting online adventure brought to you by the Canadian Space Agency.
Ontario Science Centre – Strange Matter - Learn about the Strange Matter that makes up the world around you by investigating four critical areas of materials science --- structure, properties, processing and performance. Strange Matter also features experiments that can be done at home or in the classroom, resources for further exploration and video interviews with the people behind materials science. Play and learn online with the Strange Matter of Materials Science.
Royal BC Museum - Dinosaurs and Kids - This school program has lesson plans and activities for grades K through 7. Lesson plans include “Get Cracking”, “Understanding Dinosaur Names” “What is a Fossil”, “Dino Dung”, “Dino Might”, “Just How Big is a Giant” and “Making Tracks”. The program also includes a section on dinosaur Myths and Legends as well as fact sheets on 16 reptiles from the age of the dinosaurs, a crossword puzzle and word searches.
Skywatchers - Environment Canada's Sky Watcher program is an interactive educational resource for elementary schools, designed specifically to support the science curriculum. Participating schools receive unique teaching material, weather instruments, posters, newsletters, and much more!
University of California Museum of Paleontology – Student Resources - This website presents interactive educational exhibits, paleontology information and more for grades K- 12.
Welcome to Mars – Mars for Kids - NASA has developed this site to help students discover the possibilities of life on Mars. The site presents an overview of the Mars exploration program, explains the science and technology behind it, provides details on the missions and the people involved and gives information about the planet.
Yes I Can! Science - The YES I Can! Science site contains lesson plans; labs, demonstrations and classroom activities; assessment tools; performance indicators; and background information for teachers, students, or anyone curious about the fascinating world of science.