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Explore these grade-specific Curriculum Resources designed for Ontario teachers to use with their students. Resources cover different topics and include:
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Join Umbra the puppet as they learn about how shadows are made and how to change the shape and size of shadows.
Learn how living things behave differently and support each other throughout the changing seasons.
Test your nest-building skills and learn lots along the way as you create a strong, stable resting place for a flying friend.
Find out how some animals make noise, uncover the function of echolocation and learn how birds use their calls to communicate with each other.
Learn about different types of energy transformations, including how kinetic energy can be transferred to an object.
Explore the properties of air and the forces of flight to build and improve a flying machine.
Learn different methods for creating a concentrated sugary solution at home using everyday materials.
Discover the important role of osmosis and diffusion in plant health.
Learn how to make the most of two of our Grade 9-12 Curriculum Resources, The Science Behind Feeling Anxious and The Nature of Science, in your science class.
Learn how to make the most of our Grade 9 Curriculum Resources in your science class.
Learn how to make the most of our Grade 10 Curriculum Resources in your science class.
Learn how to make the most of our Grade 11-12 Curriculum Resources in your biology and environmental science classes.
Learn how to make the most of our Grade 11-12 Curriculum Resources in your chemistry, physics, and Earth and space science classes.
Explore the scientific process and study how different perspectives and experiences lead to the creation of different scientific models.
Learn why taking care of your mental health is important, and practise some strategies that can help you cope.
Conduct experiments to observe different chemical reactions and learn about real-life applications for these reactions.
Learn about electricity using an electrostatic generator, electrical circuits and even glowing pickles!
Learn how astronomers study space and investigate whether life might exist beyond Earth.
Identify native plants and learn how they contribute to local sustainable ecosystems.
Turn a red cabbage into an acid-base indicator as you learn the properties of acids and bases through chemical reactions.
Explore the core concepts of light rays, refraction and image formation.
Build a model of your respiratory system, and learn about factors that affect vital capacity by designing your own experiment.
Explore how carbon dioxide in a simulated atmosphere can cause water to become more acidic.
Use everyday materials to explore the environmental costs of oil, and learn how to clean up a model oil spill.
Dissect a bean, germinate a seed and design an experiment at home using everyday materials from your kitchen.
Make rock candy and soda water, confirm carbonation using a pH indicator and measure the carbonation levels of pop.
Learn how sounds are created, study the fundamental properties of sound waves and put it all together to build musical instruments!
Use everyday materials and a simple protocol to extract DNA from fruit at home.
Make artwork using the techniques of electroplating and electro-etching.
Explore two different geologic dating techniques that scientists use to determine the age of fossils and rocks.