More Online Resources

Other resources at McGill

For more online activities and resources on Science, visit the Science Outreach page of the Faculty of Science!

AstroMcGill, and Physics Matters offer physics and astronomy related talks on a regular basis. Visit their Facebook pages to participate. (Recommended elementary and older)

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences offers virtual tours to do around Montreal and Mont St-Hilaire!

The Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences offers many conferences and workshops. Visit their Outreach page to know more.

PhD student Jessica Ford along with undergrad Sarah Ford propose Backyard Biology to kids age 3 to 7. 

The STEMM coloring book is available and was created by STEMM@McGill

Teachers:

Did you know that the Faculty of Science offers live talks for your class? The Live Science Talks Online are offered by grad students. 

BrainReach North is an association of McGill Neuroscience graduates proposing neuroscience-based content to teachers and students. 



Outside McGill

General Science

The Coeur des Sciences portal of UQAM offers a wide variety of online activities and resources. Visit them for more information! (In French only)


Les Débrouillards is a magazine promoting science for kids between 9 and 14 years old. 


Broad Science offers podcasts, STEM storytelling and live casts on CKUT radio.


Let's Talk Science proposes weekly online challenges for kids in grade 6-7 and 8. Registration is required. 


Mining Matters offers an activity book on the topics of mining, rocks and minerals. For ages 9 to 13. 


Soucoupe Volante no3 : Learn about sciences in France and in Québec. This magazine for 8-10 years old is available online here (French only)

 

Geography

If you are looking for Geography themed activities, make sure to visit the following websites for activities:

Indigenous

Think Indigenous offer many activities on their Facebook page, including live streamings.

Collaborations

Fonfon is a publisher aiming to foster reading habits for children and offer them accessible books! Most content in French, but an English catalog is available on their website. 

  • Make sure to look at Fred sait tout sur la disparition des dinosaures as the Museum participated in the content on the last page of the book!

Archeology

Archéo-Québec proposes a ton of activities through their FacebookInstagram and Twitter accounts as well as on their website.

 

 

 

 

 

     

     

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