Discover a set of resources designed to give you good background knowledge on all things Great Lakes!
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Learn about the plants and animals in Canada’s marine coastal habitats, and what you can do to protect them.
A look at the taxonomic classification of the tomato plant and the origin, history and development of tomatoes.
Students will explore career profiles and relate them to what they are learning in science class.
The What is an Insect? e-book explores the amazing world of insects while showing the characteristics and diversity of insects.
In this introductory activity, students will read two articles about the issue of fish mislabelling and complete two graphic organizers to identify the issue, its implications and possible solutions. They will complete the organizers individually and in pairs, and then discuss the results with the whole class.
9 images of plants in some large naturally occuring habitats called biomes such as tundra, grasslands and boreal forests
12 images of some cold-blooded animals such as frogs and newts classified as amphibians that can live in the water or on land
Humans use the internet to communicate. Similarly, trees use a complex underground network of fungi. These relationships are examples of symbiosis.
Learn about two taxonomy systems that scientists use to classify the life around us.