Free educational resources (ages 13-15)
Lesson Plans and Teachers’ Guide
Climate Change Posters and guide for Grade 10 or Senior 2 (Natural Resources Canada)
These posters and its accompanying lesson plan and teacher guide will allow you to explain climate change in an interactive and captivating way.
NEW Amphibial Pursuits: FrogWatch Teacher’s Guide to Frogs as Indicators of Ecosystem Health
Amphibial Pursuits provides teachers with the tools to engage youth from grades 7-12 in learning about amphibian diversity, population trends, ecology and species interactions, and food webs. Each lesson plan includes educator instructions, teacher debrief, links to pan-Canadian curriculum, extension activities, and student worksheets, where relevant.
Project WET (Canadian Water Resources Association)
Project WET develops and disseminates classroom ready teaching aids on water. Coordinators train facilitators who in turn conduct informative, interactive and fun workshops for classroom teachers, agency educators, resource managers and others.
Rivers to Oceans Week (Canadian Wildlife Federation)
Rivers to Oceans Week reminds us that safeguarding the health of all water -- local springs, creeks, streams, lakes, rivers, wetlands and even groundwater -- flowing through our watersheds also improves the quality of Canada’s oceans. Poster, teacher guide and students activities available.
Project Atmosphere’s Teachers Guide
This site contains classroom activities and experiments designed to promote an interest in meteorology among young people.
Parks Canada Teachers’ Corner
Classroom-ready educational resources that will enhance your students' learning experiences about Canada's national historic sites, national parks and national marine conservation areas.
Statistics Canada: Human Activity and the Environment
Get the latest facts about how humans interact with the environment, and make sense of current and historical environmental statistics. Access free lessons and a Teacher’s Kit.
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