High School

Recommended Links

  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    Discover the wonders of the night sky as you observe how the movement of our planet influences our daily rituals, the changing of seasons, and the environment as a whole. Learn about the technological tools that make modern astronomy possible.
  • National Research Council Canada
    Access a glossary of astronomy and space science terms and articles about astronomy topics.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    Discover the wonders of the night sky with family workshops, youth nights, and free stargazing events at the Canada Science and Technology Museum. Look through Canada’s largest refracting telescope in the Museum’s Helen Sawyer Hogg Observatory.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    The Canada Science and Technology Museum offers a variety of programs and resources to encourage everyone, particularly children and youth, to discover the wonders of astronomy.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    Discover the stories of remarkable Canadian men and women who rose above challenges and obstacles to make great strides in science and engineering. See how Canada’s environment, culture, and heritage have spurred technological and scientific achievements.
  • National Research Council Canada
    Learn all about the constellations—their legends, shapes and locations—with an interactive representation of the night sky and a printable sky chart and viewer.
  • National Research Council Canada
    Access resources for teachers and students to discover how to explore the skies above Canada. Find information to support curriculum, as well as a glossary of astronomy terms and a gallery of images.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    Put scientific and technological theory into practice. Engage with contemporary issues surrounding transportation and energy. This program was developed in partnership with Transport Canada's ecoTECHNOLOGY for Vehicles program.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    These bilingual Edukits deliver information, activity plans and materials necessary to carry out a comprehensive series of lessons. Each Edukit emphasizes hands-on activities, Canadian content and offers flexibility. Designed in modules, units can be delivered in any desired order.
  • Canadian Museum of Nature
    Expedition Arctic is a bilingual online project aimed at youth aged 14 to 29. The site was produced by the Canadian Museum of Nature and Students on Ice, in collaboration with the Virtual Museum of Canada. It follows four experts from the Canadian Museum of Nature and two teenage participants during an expedition to Canada’s Eastern Arctic and western Greenland in July 2012. There are documentary HD videos, interactive maps, gorgeous landscapes, colourful photos, and blog posts that enliven this journey of discovery to reveal some of the biodiversity associated with the Arctic (mammals, plants, fossils and algae). The site also includes lesson plans for teachers and in-depth profiles of 28 specimens from the Canadian Museum of Nature’s world-class Arctic collections.
  • Canada Agriculture Museum
    Want to know where cows are raised? Where cranberries come from? Click on a picture and find out where in Canada your food is grown.
  • Canada Agriculture Museum
    Use this simple activity to make sure your kitchen habits follow food safety guidelines.
  • Canada Agriculture Museum
    How much do you know about food values? Match up each item from a Nutrition Facts label to its picture and function.
  • Environment Canada
    The youth of today are tomorrow's future; it is important to educate them at an early age on the importance of having a sustainable environment and preventing pollution. Incorporating pollution prevention into classroom lessons and activities will encourage youth to practise environmental protection as they get older.
  • Natural Resources Canada
    Over the past decade, Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation (formerly Canada Centre for Remote Sensing) has developed several comprehensive sets of remote sensing training materials. Tutorials are available on a variety of topics including the fundamentals of remote sensing, radar remote sensing, polarimetry and satellite data reception. These materials are available in English and French.
  • Canada Agriculture Museum
    Discover life on the farm hands-on at the museum or in the classroom. Visit the Museum for an Education Program or download an Educational Activity Kit to explore seasonal cycles, farm technology at work, where our food comes from and much more.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    The Canada Science and Technology Museum's programs and workshops are designed to inspire students and bring your curriculum to life. Support materials, available upon reserving a program, help you to make the most of these unique educational experiences.
  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada
    Stream to Sea - Helping students becomes aquatic stewards
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    Classroom activity packages—available for free online. Virtual programs bring a part of the Canada Science and Technology Museum to you! Designed to be explored wherever you are — you will find the activities engaging and fun.