Science and Technology WebQuests - From the WebQuest Locator
Science WebQuests - From the WebQuest Locator
Science Links - From my Backflip Site
Search online for Ontario Expectations and licensed software to address them.
Free downloads of learning objects to support software in the Ontario Curriculum.
Site devoted to exposing misconceptions about space, stars, and astronomy.
Internet and electronic mail form the method for students to discover the answer to the question "What makes a pot of water boil?"
Everything you could ever want to know about chickens and eggs! Lots of applications to the science and mathematics classroom.
Get nutrional advice. Do a self-analysis.
This web site is a terrific place to obtain science activities to learn from and have fun with.
Keep up to date with weather forecasts right or wrong from Windsor to around the world.
How does science figure into your favourite sport?
Investigate issues in the news relating to the environment
Investigate questions about the ozone layer by visiting Environment Canada
An important topic, and how to make it real for your students.
Looking for ways to bring plants, shrubs, etc. into the curriculum and spruce up the grounds at the same time?
Obtain great weather resources that you can use with your students under Classroom help and Just for Teachers.
Meet some of Canada's great scientists online.
Explore remote imagery of the earth for science and general education use.
A curriculum plan for junior high school students investigating environmental issues relevant to the Great Lakes region.
Visit the museum online for great interactive displays and learning opportunities.
Live camera images, and historical background of telescopes. Space sites of the week for free.
Spectacular project tracking global migration of animals and birds.
Everything you ever wanted to know about cells
Lessons, animals, information, Shamu, pictures, sounds and more
Plenty of online, interactive things to do.
Regional weather forecasts, climate and atmospheric research
Site containing Flash movies dealing with many topics in science, technology, and health.
Site devoted to GIS, global warming, with free software to download and analyse warming trends.
What would an Egyptian Pyramid cost to build today?
Terrific resource for Geography and Science dealing with EcoSystems, First Nations, and the History of this area on Canada's west coast.
Over 300 lessons plans, activities, and labs for science classes, k-12.
Complete reference portal for everything dealing with bugs.
Once you've tried English or tried the Arts, it's time to Try Science!
The following categories provide numerous ideas which you may use to develop into a science fair project.
In this virtual world, you can create your own personal fishtank with up to 4 personally designed fish.
General and specific information surrounding safety issues in the workplace.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada provides information, research and technology, and policies and programs to achieve security of the food system, health of the environment and innovation for growth.
Four Steps to Health and Safety Workplace Inspections.
Rules for working in all kinds of shops
The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) is Canada's hazard communication standard.
Users will learn to recognize and control health and safety hazards associated with school occupations.
The Ministry of Labour wants to ensure that you are aware of your rights and obligations and your employer's rights and obligations under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Employment Standards Act
The Machine Shop Safety Program covers the requirements for the safe installation and use of machine tools as well as administrative systems to control hazards.
The ultimate goal is to create a safer workplace by providing workers with the knowledge and tools to enable them to work safely.
Build and test your own robot online.
Huge database covering everything about animals.
Webquest investigating the life cycle of a chicken.
Who needs a watch when you have this website?
Great reference for pullies, levers, wedges, and more...
Ecosystems and habitat of the North American prairies
Huge collection of online references and activities dealing with the study of physics.
Amongst other things, dissect owl pellets online.
Site devoted to information and spectacular photographs of our planets.
Comprehensive resource with tutorials and resources for secondary school chemistry teachers and students.
Site devoted to discussion of DNA, including online microscope.
Site devoted to pictures and the science of the Niagara Escarpment
Commercial software site with an interactive Periodic Table.
Online movies illustrating various science concepts.
Camilla Senior's launchpad for Science resources.
The simulation features a number of catastrophies from a Mysterious Illness Outbreak to a Pesticide Spill to understanding Water and Indoor Air Quality
This site has over 500 fully searchable and categorized science fair projects, with full instructions and explanations. You can search for ideas for your projects by simply entering a keyword on whatever interests you.
All kinds of ideas for what to do with old computers!
What's in a hurricane name and what's its importance.
Learn about color, optical illusions, observations from nature and fascinating facts about how cars roll up hill and why dogs chase cars. There are several Project Legal (TIPS) lessons included regarding copyright and censorship issues and a Newton Timeline.
This project looks at the best foods to eat to manage weight and cure common ailments and then identifies the worst foods which have become all to prevelant in our society.
Learn about simple and compound machines while you explore the House and the Tool Shed.
Learn how to report and predict the weather at the underground W.H.E.D. weather caves.
Check out the weather from Fighting Island, just off LaSalle in the Detroit River.
See how plants respond to their environment plus details about how to create your own projects.
Online science activities and experiments to engage students.
From the USGS, world-wide data about Earthquakes and Typhoons.
Resources for studying minerals in the classroom
Just where would you find dangerous materials at home?
Huge collection of lessons and activities for the K-6 classroom
The authors claim the inspiration for the website lies in the decline of amphibians world-wide.
This website was created to provide resources for teachers and students to dig into the subject or milk.
Interested in researching the water cycle or to find out where water is used and in what percentages?
For a Canadian perspective, check out the Earth Day Canada websites for news and activities from a Canadian viewpoint.
Use this resource to view international initiatives and projects.
Everything you wanted to know about DST including rationales for doing it.
And the Canadian version
The site is absolutely enormous will all kinds of ideas and suggestions for the K-6 science teacher.