Free educational resources (ages 5-8)
Lesson Plans and Teachers’ Guides
NEW The FrogFiles: an educator's guide to frogs
This guide provides lesson plans and classroom ready resources to engage youth from kindergarten to grade 6 in learning about amphibian biology, diversity and their importance in the ecosystem. Pan-Canadian curriculum links are identified.
Hinterland Who’s Who (Canadian Wildlife Federation and Environment Canada)
Find lesson plans to teach young people about important conservation concepts such as biodiversity, sustainability, ecosystem conservation and endangered species recovery in Canada.
The Big Blue Bus (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
Instructions for four teacher-led classroom activities related to oceans and water.
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.
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