Resources by Subject → Intermediate

Voices From Here

A great resource guide from Historica Canada for junior/intermediate students to learn more about Indigenous past, present and current history. Included in the resource is an Educator’s guide and further lesson plans.

Voices From Here

The Indigenous Connection to the Underground Railroad

This is a great article that will be very helpful in social studies classes. It shows the interconnections between Indigenous communities and the Underground Railroad. It helps to provide us with a more comprehensive and complete view of the time period.

The Indigenous Connection to the Underground Railroad

Kiwew

This is a five- part podcast where David Robertson, an Indigenous award winning author discusses his family history and in doing so connects with his Cree identity. A great way for students to learn more about Indigenous history and consider their role in reconciliation.

Kiwew

Scope and Sequence of Expectations Relating to Treaties and Land Claims 2020

This document outlines the scope and sequence of learning for Ontario students, and will help the classroom teacher create learning experiences to meet these.

Scope and Sequence of Expectations Relating to Treaties and Land Claims 2020

Government of Ontario Instructional Activities for Treaties Recognition Week

Educator’s Guide for History, Grades 7 and 8. Includes accommodations for the virtual classroom.

Government of Ontario Instructional Activities for Treaties Recognition Week

Ontario Curriculum, Elementary: Native Languages

Looking for resources for teaching Native Languages? The Ontario Government provides support documents and resource guides for teaches of Native Languages in Ontario.

Ontario Curriculum, Elementary: Native Languages

The Ontario Legislative Assembly

The Ontario Legislative Assembly offers educational resources that promote student engagement and active citizenship, and are designed to support teachers and other educators when teaching civics and about government.

The Ontario Legislative Assembly

Art Gallery of Ontario: Art Anywhere, Anytime

Art at the AGO is always here for you to inspire, imagine and create! On this page you will find resources and activities to help teachers build visual literacy while developing skills in observation, interpretation, critical thinking and creativity…remotely! Also check out Learning Resources for Families and Everyone.

Art Gallery of Ontario: Art Anywhere, Anytime

Royal Conservatory of Music: Teaching Music online webinar series

This website offers several pre-recorded webinars covering teaching music online, adapting lessons to online, differentiating the lesson, technology, resources, and more. Many tools and techniques can be applied to elementary classrooms.

Royal Conservatory of Music: Teaching Music online webinar series

SlidesMania

A great website with lots of Google Slides templates to be used to teach various different subjects and lessons.

SlidesMania