Physics

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.
  • 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
    Study a variety of scientific concepts through a single common object: the bicycle. Discover how this device has evolved from simple means of recreation to an effective mode of transportation and ultimate fitness machine.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    Explore science and technology in your own home with fun hands-on activities and science experiments. You can even eat some of your results! Each package includes shopping lists, as well as movie, book and website suggestions to round out your scientific adventure.
  • 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
    Check out three lesson plans related to climate change: Digging for Diatoms, Increase your Albedo, and Scenarios for the Future. These curriculum-linked activities include downloadable presentations, diagrams, and how-to guides for teachers.
  • 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.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    Discover a collection of school-related material from the Canada Science and Technology Museum, with a new virtual classroom resource for teachers.
  • National Research Council Canada
    Includes innovative learning modules with hands-on/minds-on activities, discussion points, assessment strategies and tools. Topics include simple machines, infrared light and electrochemistry. (Elementary and High school levels)
  • Government of Canada
    Visit this site for lesson plans, online educational games for kids, and fun learning activities from Canada's museums.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    General information on various subjects in science, technology and engineering.
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
    Discover the underlying science concepts behind your favourite sports. Learn about the role of the organ systems during physical activity, the forces involved in movements, and the energy necessary to play and fuel the body. Apply your science theory to physical activities.
  • 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.