Did you know the moon is the most visible object in our night sky? Have you ever noticed the patterns of the different Moon shapes, or phases, you can see? Learn more here.
From Perimeter, an easy list of free at home activities. Everything from pop quizzes on the Milky Way to understanding the power of asking questions.
Download the Earth Rangers app and accept your first mission to save animals, make forest-friendly crafts, and much more.
Multimedia French content for parents, teachers and kids that includes math, science, technology, health and Canadian history.
Over 70 activity-based resources (written by teachers, for teachers and their students) all available for free to anyone.
Don’t stop learning with these amazing printable colouring sheets, interactive quizzes and more with Mad Science.
Bertie will reveal never-before-told stories from his expeditions and share what he’s learned about being courageous and resilient in the face of challenging times. Join the fun by posting your questions and comments.
Explore thousands of questions that have you’ve wondered at some point in your life but did not know where to look with Wonderopolis!
Appreciate the deep blue see with Educational Kits available for Elementary, Middle and High School from Ocean Wise. These kits are interactive and comprehensive which is perfect for students interested in ocean conservation.
Jon and Lillian guide you through what to look out for in the night sky in Northern Alberta. They guide you through Orion and its nebula, the Big Dipper, Monoceros, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn, Polaris and Arcturus. Don’t stop looking up!