Links for Students


Links for Students

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Elementary

  • BuddingArtist
    BuddingArtist was formed to offer a unique reference point on tips and advice on learning to draw and paint. This site will look at different styles of painting and drawing and will inform you of how to do them in order to become a budding artist!
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum – School Zone
    Activities, articles and interactive features like the Inventions Gallery, where kids can submit their own inventions to be showcased online.
  • Canadian Children's Museum
    Explore the north, travel the world or solve a mystery at the museum's website.
  • Canadian Museum of Nature
    Facts, games and activities about the natural world around us.
  • CBC.ca Kids and Kids' CBC for preschoolers
    Games, puzzles, downloads, links to shows, and more
  • Civilization.ca
    Centralized website for the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the Canadian Children's Museum, the Canadian Museum, the Canadian War Museum and the Virtual Museum of New France. Feature-rich site also offers special areas for Student and Educator Resources.
  • CNIB Children's Discovery Portal
    Homework helper, e-magazines, events and more from the CNIB Library for the Blind.
  • Confederation for Kids
    Brings to life the story of how our country became a nation.
  • EcoKids
    EcoKids is Earth Day Canada's environmental education program for youth who care about the planet.
  • www.ontario.ca/ezone
    The Ontario Ministry of the Environment developed this site with the three-fold goal of: Educating children on the challenges facing our planet; Encouraging further independent exploration of environmental issues; and Motivating young people to be mindful of the impacts their actions have on the environment, and to choose actions that will help protect the planet.
  • First Among Equals
    Learn about the job and the people who have been Prime Minister of Canada.
  • Kids Help Phone
    Get help, get counselling, get informed – completely private and anonymous, accessible 24 hours a day.
  • Kids' Stop: First Nations, Inuit and Métis
    Games, information and cool stuff from Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
  • The Learning Partnership
    A not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing together business, education, government, labour, policy makers and the community to develop partnerships that strengthen public education in Canada. Offer a range of programs.
  • Math Central
    Get your math questions answered here. Also, visit this site for ideas for science fairs, and for the monthly math problems.
  • Nature Challenge for Kids (NC4K)
    Activities to protect nature from the David Suzuki Foundation.
  • www.obviously.ca
    obviously.ca is the brainchild of a group of 20-something-year-old Ontario government employees. The purpose of the site is to bring you up to speed on environmental issues, and to give you a slew of answers to the age-old "What can I do?" question.
  • Operation Lifesaver Canada
    Operation Lifesaver is a national public education program. Its goal is to reduce the needless loss of life, injuries and damages caused by highway/railway crossing collisions and train/pedestrian incidents.
  • Statistics Canada Kids Zone
    Puzzles, quizzes, maps of Canada, online colouring book and more.
  • TVOKids.com
    TVOKids website brings you information, games, contests to go with TVO's kids' shows.
  • Virtual Museum of Canada
    Explore exhibits, galleries, events, fun and games to learn about the stories and treasures of Canada.
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Secondary

  • Ask a Teacher: EQAO
    EQAO preparation help for students taking the Grade 9 and Grade 10 tests.
  • Canada World Youth
    Program in which people between 17 and 29 live and work in communities in Canada and overseas, learning about local and international development and gaining essential job skills.
  • Civilization.ca
    Centralized website for the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the Canadian Children's Museum, the Canadian Museum, the Canadian War Museum and the Virtual Museum of New France. Feature-rich site also offers special areas for Student and Educator Resources.
  • EQAO: Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics
    Resources to help you prepare.
  • Explore (Formerly SLBP)
    Get in on the conversation! French is spoken by close to 9 million Canadians and over 250 million people around the world. Learn French for five weeks this summer and join them!
  • www.ontario.ca/ezone
    The Ontario Ministry of the Environment developed this site with the three-fold goal of: Educating children on the challenges facing our planet; Encouraging further independent exploration of environmental issues; and Motivating young people to be mindful of the impacts their actions have on the environment, and to choose actions that will help protect the planet.
  • GED Testing
    Application forms, test schedules and resources to help adults who did not finish high school, but through the acquisition of skills and experience may now earn the Ontario High School Equivalency Certificate.
  • HealthyOntario.com
    Information from the feature section of the Healthy Ontario website (Ministry of Health).
  • Independent Learning Centre (ILC)
    If you are an Ontario resident, 16 years or older, and not currently in secondary school, you can still continue working towards your high school diploma by taking distance education courses through the ILC.
  • Katimavik
    Canada's leading national youth volunteer-service program, for people 17-21. A chance to do something that will really make a difference, for yourself and for others.
  • Kids Help Phone
    Get help, get counselling, get informed – completely private and anonymous, accessible 24 hours a day.
  • The Learning Partnership
    A not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing together business, education, government, labour, policy makers and the community to develop partnerships that strengthen public education in Canada. Offer a range of programs.
  • Learning Centre for Students
    Get connected to great websites and award-winning books with the help of Library and Archives Canada.
  • www.obviously.ca
    obviously.ca is the brainchild of a group of 20-something-year-old Ontario government employees. The purpose of the site is to bring you up to speed on environmental issues, and to give you a slew of answers to the age-old "What can I do?" question.
  • Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth
    Listens, problem solves, mediates complaints, negotiates with service providers or government officials, networks with the community and intercedes on behalf of children, youth or young adults when they cannot speak for themselves.
  • Ontario School Counsellors' Association
    Information on issues including bullying, eating disorders, drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
  • Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT)
    Resources to help you prepare for the OSSLT.
  • Ontario Women's Directorate
    Information for young women covers topics including career planning, finances, relationships, body image, sexual harassment and assault.
  • Operation Lifesaver Canada
    Operation Lifesaver is a national public education program. Its goal is to reduce the needless loss of life, injuries and damages caused by highway/railway crossing collisions and train/pedestrian incidents.
  • Programs and Initiatives
    Facts, activities, contests, games and more from Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
  • Statistics Canada Learning Resources for Students
    Data and information you need to get your assignments done.
  • Virtual Museum of Canada
    A treasure trove of online exhibits, images, events and activities celebrating the stories that have come to define Canada over the centuries.
  • Women's Health Matters
    Evidence-based medical advice from the experts at Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre.
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