Teacher Resources K-8
First Grade Skills - Learn your language arts and math skills through interactive,
and fun activities.
Enchanted Learning - It links to many sites for children Fun School - Educational games sorted by school grade. Play online, download,or print out games.
Kids Education Place - (K-8)Kids' games and activities for math, reading, language arts, and social studies.
National Geographic Kids - Fun and interactive site that explores topics on wildlife, environment, history as well as other educational topics. Also it includes games, experiments, coloring pages, and homework help.
Play Kids Games - Learning games online with alphabet, math, logic and coloring.
Prongo's Learning Site - Fun, interactive way to learn math, colors, and shapes. The Little Animals Activity Site - The Little Animals Activity Centre is a fun
way for 4-8 year old's to learn and play at home.
The Little Animals Activity Site - The Little Animals Activity Centre is a fun way for 4-8 year old's to learn and play at home.
Coloring Animals - Printable coloring pages that include descriptions.
National Wildlife Federation Kids Zone - Games and activities for all ages relating to nature and wildlife.
AAA Math Second Grade - Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills. Interactive Practice on every page. An Explanation of the math topic on each page. Several Challenge games on every page. Math Problems are randomly created.
Ocean Animals - Click on an animal to learn all about it.
Dinosaur World - Quizzes, games and information to help you survive in the Dinosaur World.
Dinosaurs - Types of dinosaurs as well as fun facts and pictures.
Walking With The Dinosaurs - Interactive website about dinosaurs that includes games, postcard, and tutorials about footprints, extinction, etc.
Zoom Dinosaurs - It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension. It has an easy-to-use structure that allows readers to start at a basic level on each topic, and then to progress to much more advanced information as desired, simply by clicking on links.
AAA Math Third Grade - Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills. Interactive Practice on every page. An Explanation of the math topic on each page. Several Challenge Games on every page. Math Problems are randomly
Exploring the Secret Life of Trees - Learn all about the parts of a tree and why trees are important to us!
Great Plants Escape - Students help Bud, Sprout, and Detective LePlant learn about plants by finding clues, doing experiments, and solving problems. Grade Range: Grade 3 to Grade 6.
Dinosaur Floor - Children explore why dinosaurs are now extinct. The Resource Room offers on-line references, activities and crafts, and dinosaur lessons! Marvelous Machines - Experiment resources for teachers. Designed for grade 3 students.
Penguins - a unit plan that includes activities, internet sites and related book.
ES:2000- Endangered Species of the New Millennium - Our web site
illustrates WHAT Endangered Species means, WHY the Endangered Species list
gets longer each year and HOW we as the cause of this problem can help to save Endangered Species.
Biomes of the World - Six terrestrial biomes (rainforests, desert, tundra, grasslands, taiga, and temperate) are covered in depth in these attractive pages from the Missouri Botanical Gardens. Each biome topic
includes pages on plants and animals, a photo gallery and a links section. Freshwater and marine ecosystems have their own sections (look for the
text links at the top of each page.) Straight-forward text and beautiful photos make this great site for elementary and middle-school report writers.
Enchanted Learning: Biomes - printable color-me animals that are linked
from each biome page, printable Biome calendar, which features a
different biome to color each month.
Mission: Biomes - Reference material, maps, a glossary of biome vocabulary, and two interactive, self-correcting missions all add up to my pick of the day! The Great Graph Match mission (match the climagraph to
the correct biome) can be completed as a beginner (select an answer from two choices) or an advanced student (pick your answer from a list of six biomes). To Plant or Not to Plant asks where in the world each of eight
plant specimens must go. Teachers of grades three to eight will find additional resources, such as books and classroom tips, at the bottom of each page.
National Wildlife Federation - Educator's Guide, Interactive Activities,
Wildlife Week events, projects and links back to the kidzone.
Optics for Kids - developed for elementary students, provides information on the topics of light and why scientists and engineers study light. A listing of topics includes background information on light, lenses (using the example of the magnifying glass), and white light. Lasers are also covered and some questions scientists and engineers ask about light. A listing of books, experiments, Web sites, and other resources is included.
AAA Math Fourth Grade - Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills. Interactive Practice on every page. An Explanation of the math topic on each page. Several Challenge Games on every page. Math Problems are randomly created. Math Playground - Teacher created learning site features interactive word problems, games, and puzzles. Sharpen your problem solving skills with Grand Slam Math, Astro's Adventure, and Money Mania! Multiplication - Games, worksheets and lessons on multiplication. Teacher
resources for multiplication lessons also available.
The Soundry - The Soundry is an interactive educational web site about sound, covering everything from basic concepts such as "What is sound?" to specifics such as "How do humans perceive sound?". The Soundry site aims to promote enthusiasm and knowledge of sound and is suitable for Middle/Senior Years students.
Virtual Pond - In this simulation students populate a pond in such a way that by week 18 the creatures in the pond are still healthy and thriving. Students choose the number of organisms to include and are presented with a week by week pond population based on their choices.
Bubble-Ology - The colors of visible light will be seen in this enjoyable experiment. Shadows and Sundials - These activities are appropriate for children in grades K-3, but may be easily adapted to other grade levels.
Why is the Sky Blue? - An article and a few simple experiments exploring the colors
Mineral Information Institute - Mineral Information Institute provides K-12 teachers with free geological, mineralogical, earth science, lesson plans & classroom materials about the Earth's ecology and natural resources. This site also provides homework help for students studying rocks and minerals.
AAA Math Fifth Grade - Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills. Interactive Practice on every page. An Explanation of the math topic on each page. Several Challenge Games on every page. Math Problems are randomly created.
Hungry for Math - Are you starved for information about fractions? Well, you've come to the right site!!! Our page has fractions and recipes all mixed in together!!! You'll love the web site we've whipped up for you!!! So, get ready to chomp your way through our web site!!! We welcome you to Hungry For Math!!! We hope you enjoy all of the fun activities that we put together for you and we hope that you learn a lot!!! So get pencil and paper and get ready to learn.
Math Playground - Teacher created learning site features interactive word problems, games, and puzzles. Sharpen your problem solving skills with Grand Slam Math, Astro's Adventure, and Money Mania!
FossWeb - Support, resources and activities for various scientific topics (ie. nutrition, energy, water, etc.).
Dan's Wild Wild Weather - This site was put together by a meteorologist for students and teachers. It is slow, so only use it if you have fast internet. Great information and pictures!
The Weather Dude - Complete with weather songs, worksheets, information, and an online book about weather. A great site to use when preparing your weather unit.
Nature North - The goal of Nature North is to have a web site with complete information about plants and animals that live in Manitoba. The amphibian was
the first animal to be featured on the web site. Habitat maps, photos, and facts are added to the web site to help us understand more about these animals.
Statistics Canada - Get connected to Canada! Visit Canadian statistics to get
free data on many aspects of Canada's economy, land, people and government - all in easy-to-read tables. Find information about the 2001 Census or check out data from the 1996 Census! Look through Community Profiles to get a snapshot of approximately 6,000 communities in Canada, from Newfoundland to the Northwest Territories. Make the grade with our Learning resources, where you'll find a wide variety of statistical products and services, specifically designed for
students and teachers. Take the Canada Quiz! Explore our site and learn about Canada and Canadians.
Nova Scotia - It has all kinds of interesting information on Nova Scotia. If you've never been to this province, you'll learn a lot about us here. If you live
here, you're sure to find out something you never knew before.
Can-Teach Social Studies - lesson plans for Canada Society and Culture Politics
and Law Environment Religions
Canada Info - Learn about the Canadian government.
BrainPOP - Electricity - Each topic page (geared toward upper elementary students) features an animated movie, a quiz ("What are the three components
of a circuit?"), a printable activity sheet and a try-it-yourself experiment. Needs sound.
Science Made Simple: Static Electricity - information and projects.
The Atoms Family - Learn about the types of energy, safety and electricity in the monsters' lab.
Aeronautics - Experiments and information on uses, parts and control of planes.
First Flight - Learn about the history of flight, aerodynamics and flyers including images and simulations.
Invention at Play - Learn about inventors and their inventions, as well as become a creative inventor yourself.
Zoom Inventors and Inventions - Inventors and Inventions are sorted alphabetically, by year, and by type.
Fun Mathematics - on-line activities on various math concepts, including fractions, graphing, and ratio.
Living Things - Individuals, families, neighbourhoods, the circle of life.
Space Kids - A fun, interactive look at our solar system and astronomy.
The Space Place - Learn about space with these games and activities from NASA.
Veterans Affairs Canada - If you click on the "History" link, you will go to sites about World War I and II and Canada's involvement in these wars. The site also has other great links and activities for students.
Flight - links to lessons, activities and information about space flight, airplanes, and rockets.
A World Web Travel Guide for Canada - The Travel Guide for Canada has an interactive map and pull-down menus that students can manipulate to locate information about the major cities, sights, special events, entertainment, transportation, and weather throughout the provinces.
Atlapedia - Need a map or information on just about any country in the world? Atlapedia is an on-line atlas that allows you to print political or physical maps, and access information regarding
geography, climate, economy, demographics, and much more.
Reference Maps - Reference maps encompass international, national and provincial maps in addition to basic black and white outline maps that include capital city locations and/or names.
Earthview - View the Earth from a variety of satellite perspectives on this site. Cool Site.
Ancient Egypt - Learn about this ancient way of life through stories, exploration and challenges. A very interesting and interactive website from The British Museum.
The Mummy Maker - Learn the process of mummification with this interactive
Middle Ages - What was it really like to live in the Middle Ages?
Reader’s Theater Editions - Aaron Shepard site