This spectacular palaeontology teaching kit contains fossil casts of ice age mammals such as the mammoth and saber-toothed cat, a teacher resource book written by Lindsey Carmichael, and more. A focus on habitat, climate change, and biodiversity make this Junior version of the kit appropriate for Grades 4 to 6 in Ontario.
The access information you need is available from your Education Password Page. If you need a reminder of the password for the guide, just use your Queen's email address to email Brenda, your PJ teacher librarian. STAO includes content for French as a Second Language learners.
This guide provides suggestions for integrating Joanne Robertson's The Water Walker into several subject, including Science. Check out the other Curriculum Bundles in this series for more recommendations on how to integrate Indigenous knowledge into the curriculum. The context is the BC K-12 Curriculum but you will find ideas that align with the Ontario K-12 currculum too.
Produced by Aboriginal Access to Engineering, this lesson plan aligns with the Grade 3 Science and Technology learning outcomes. Uses stories about Nanabush (Anishinaabe) and Glooscap (Mi'kmaq) as entry points.
Produced by Aboriginal Access to Engineering, this unit covers the Understanding Earth and Space Systems strand of the Grade 4 Ontario Science and Technology Curriculum, Rocks and Minerals.
Here you will find lesson plans and ideas developed by First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario (FNMIEAO) and STAO.
Includes lessons for Primary, Junior and Intermediate grades on topics related to earth, water, and space.
Produced by the First Nations Education Steering Committee in BC, this resource is meant to support integration of Indigenous perspectives in science. Lesson ideas are included.
Unit 4 focuses on Connections to the Land.
"This Educational Bundle is a comprehensive First Nation teaching kit that will assist in providing easy to follow Ontario curriculum-based activities, web links, student worksheets and culturally relevant traditional knowledge of the Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee peoples surrounding the Great Lakes in Ontario, Canada." Links to multidisciplinary curriculum outcomes particularly in the Arts, Literacy, and Science.
Available ONLINE and also IN PRINT on Floor 1, Ministry of Education Collection, Q 181.5.O58 S25 2022
K-8 Science textbooks are at call number Q 161 in the School Textbooks Collection on Floor 1.
Teacher lesson plan ideas are at call number LB 1585 in the Teaching Collection on Floor 2.
Children's science books are in the call numbers for specific topics, in the Children's Collection on Floor 1.