Check out these science related resources.
BBC Nature Videos provides access to high quality videos exploring nature and animals.
CurioCity is a free, interactive e-learning program, designed for teens and educators.
EcoKids has a teachers page. You will need to register (for free) but will have access to lots of resources supporting ecological education.
Environmental education (Ministry of Education) This resource will assist teachers in bringing environmental education into the classroom in each subject area in Grades 1 to 8.
Evergreen's Watershed Program has many useful tools concerning watersheds.
Gooru provides access to a vast collection of digital resources.
IdeaPark is a new, dynamic place for early years, Kindergarten and primary grade educators to access tools, resources and services that help support young children’s development as critical thinkers and problem solvers.
Kids Discover offers free, levelled texts on a wide variety of science based topics.
MIT offers science videos for K-12 students.
Periodic Table from TedEd provides videos and related information on each element.
The Royal Botanical Gardens has an extensive teacher's portal.
Scholastic has a good collection of lessons for the SMARTBoard.
Science news for kids has a good teacher site that provides a wide range of links of use.
A listing of science videos sites is offered.
The Science Teachers' Association of Ontario provides some free resources to use.
Thames Valley DSB has some great planning tools for combined grades for elementary.
Workbench offers a digital repository of project based learning for students. Great plans.
Youtube has several channels of use to science teachers. Check out this listing.