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PlaySport | Bright Ideas to Get Moving!

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PlaySport provides a wide range of physical activities as well as videos promoting healthy living and decision making, and student leadership.
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Arctic – Polar Region Food Web Activity -- Exploring Nature Educational Resource

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Detailed information about the Arctic – Polar Region Food Web Activity for grades K-8 students, educators and parents.
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1) Canadian Regional Geography | Your Canada

1) Canadian Regional Geography | Your Canada | Educational Videos | Scoop.it

The Physical Regions of Canada

Canada is divided into seven different physical regions. Learn a little bit about each region here.


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madisonandkylie's curator insight, November 26, 2013 1:50 PM

I chose this article becuase it shows where all the regions are in canada and you get to learn different things about each region.

Costas question: Evaluate this article and givce 2-4 facts on the appalachian region.

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Citizen Science Bird Quest

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Challenges to Connect Kids to Citizen Science Through Birds! Are you ready to take your crew of kids out on an adventure that could kick-start them into a life-long interest of citizen science cont...
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Rock Cycle - YouTube

We bet you thought that rocks are just rocks, but the truth is there are three different kinds of rocks. Learn the differences between sedimentary, metamorph...
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The Mean, Median and Mode Toads - YouTube

How to find the mean median and mode! In this video Cody gets a little help from the mean median and mode toads!
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Here's a Thing We Can Do RIGHT NOW

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Kids are going to use markers. SOOOO many markers.

Many many hundreds of millions of markers are made and sold every year.

Hats off to Crayola though, because they'll actually take them back.

ANY markers (not just theirs).

AND pay for shipping.

I haven't done due diligence on the actual genesis of the program, but word
on the street is that it is the direct result of the action/petitions of a
group of unbearably adorable elementary school students in San Rafael
California, led by their teacher and environmental activist Land Wilson.

Land Wilson, his students, and 33 lbs of dried up markers

Here's a link to the project video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP4C8GkgLwc

Brilliant, amazing, YAY! Hooray! and High Five!

Here's what YOU can do right now.

Round up all of the dried up markers in your home.

Any brand (not just Crayola).

 

 

Use facebook or email to ask all of your friends to do the same...

Ask your teachers or school administrators to create an account: (crazy
simple)

Ship all of those dried up old markers off to Crayola (they pay for
shipping!), and just like that you've diverted a whole lot of plastic from
entering the landfill or the ocean.

High Five.

If you're so inclined, send a photo and a note - I'll post the results!

But hop-to, school's almost out and kids will be emptying those lockers,
desks, and backpacks... tick tock!!!!
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Fabulous Food Chains: Crash Course Kids #7.1 - YouTube

Everyone eats, right? But how does that food get the energy to power you? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about the way energy moves, or ...
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Distance Calculator - How far is it from Milton – Ontario – Canada...

Distance Calculator - How far is it from Milton – Ontario – Canada... | Educational Videos | Scoop.it
See distance to other cities from Milton – Ontario – Canada measured in kilometers (km), miles and nautical miles and their local time. Distances are measured using a direct path, as the crow flies and the compass direction is shown as well.
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Let's Learn About Canada's Regions!

Hello Grade 4s!

 

Today we will be learning about Canada's regions. (If you recall from our discussion yesterday, a region is a land mass that is defined by certain physical characteristics such as climate, soil type, vegetations etc.). Canada has seven physical regions:

   - Western Cordilleras
   - Interior Plains
   - The Arctic Lowlands
   - Canadian Shield
   - Hudson Bay Lowlands
   - Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Lowlands
   - Appalachians 

Below, you will notice that I have collected information on each physical region. We will be using these sites, videos, and presentations to learn about Canada's regions.

The different regions are ordered from West to East, beginning with the Western Cordilleras and ending with the Appalachians. Follow the numbered webpages to learn about each region. When you're finished, play the game to wrap up what you've learned!


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Mr. Zee's Apple Factory - a children's story about processed food - YouTube

The food and beverage industries spend almost $2 billion a year to market mostly unhealthy products to our kids. I created this short story to help young kid...
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8G - Rocks and weathering - Bill Nye - YouTube

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