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Join the Let’s Talk Science STEM Club!

Join us with your class for fun and interactive STEM activities intended for Grade 4-6 students! Each week features a different hands-on activity using minimal, low-cost materials. Students will also have the chance to learn from and ask questions to inspiring STEM role models. STEM Club is ideal for busy educators and caregivers, no matter what their learning environment looks like!
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On-Demand Professional Learning Webinars

Discover our on-demand professional learning webinars today! Explore a variety of topics, including computational thinking, inquiry-based learning, and design thinking. Available in English and French.
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Let's Talk Science Challenge 2023

Discover the Let’s Talk Science Challenge - a free Canada-wide program that encourages creativity and engagement in STEM learning inside and outside the classroom. The Let’s Talk Science Challenge supports the development of important skills and positive attitudes toward science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) for Grade 6-8 students.
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STEM Storytime - Winter Special

Join us for the STEM Storytime Winter Special! For four weeks, we will host an EXTRA Storytime session each week where a volunteer will read a storybook and lead youth participants through a hands-on STEM activity connected to the story. STEM Storytime – Winter Special is ideal for busy educators and caregivers, no matter what their learning environment looks like, and is intended for children in Early Years to Grade 3.
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Begin the Design and Build Journey: Discover camouflaged creatures


This session will introduce educators to the design and build process using contextual problem solving as students work to design and build a camouflaged creature.

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Hands-on Activity Training: Trees for Tomorrow

Join us as we demonstrate one of our newest hands-on activities: Trees for Tomorrow. This workshop is intended for Let's Talk Science Outreach volunteers.
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Let’s Talk Preservation: From Fossils to our Future


This in-person symposium explores various fields of study to show how studying the past can help us better understand our present and protect our environment. Students will hear from speakers in various fields including paleontology, anthropology, and conservancy. Students will also get to do a hands-on activity sorting fossils using a microscope, and much more! Free pizza lunch will be provided!

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STEM Storytime – The Greenhouse Effect

Join Let's Talk Science Outreach to read Robert E. Wells’s book, “Polar Bear, Why is Your World Melting?” and complete a hands-on science activity about the greenhouse effect!  In this activity, students will learn about how human activity contributes to climate change. Using everyday household materials, they will create their own greenhouse to germinate seeds.
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Let’s Talk Climate Change: Adapting Alberta to a changing climate

Climate change is one of the most complex issues facing us today. How can we adapt to a life in a changing climate? Join us for a dynamic in-person symposium on adapting to a future with a changing climate.
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Shaping an Unbiased Story with Data

Join us for an exciting webinar where we consider the skills needed to students to collect and analyze robust data.
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Career Connections: Mythbusting the Dream Job

In an ever-changing job market, new grads may enter the workforce and find their dream job might not be what they expected. In this webinar, we'll discuss re-evaluating and redefining the idea of a "dream job" including pivoting career trajectory, reframing rejection, navigating workplace culture and finding workplaces that align with your values.
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Curious Careers


Curious Careers is a STEM career exploration series for youth Grades 6 to 8. Once a month, post-secondary students as well as industry and academic professionals will get together virtually to share their career journey in STEM and discuss how it relates to the lives and interests of the youth. Each interactive session will focus on a different theme and will explore exciting and diverse STEM fields, share what it looks like to work or study in STEM, and discuss what future STEM careers might look like.

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National STEM Projects

Engage your students in real science

Natural curiosity and the thrill of discovery engages participants in Let’s Talk Science’s national science projects. Available for all grade levels, these projects are based on real scientific problems.

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Request a Volunteer

Our volunteers are catalysts for learning

Our trained and enthusiastic Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteers pass on their passion for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to Canada’s future citizens.

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