Resources by subject

Resources by subject

Often Occasional Teachers are called to teach a class which may not be in an area of curricular specialty. This is the section in which you will find those subject specific supports which will help you shine!

Math Frog

This site, developed by the University of Waterloo, contains free mathematics Fun Resources and Online Games for grades 4, 5, and 6 students, teachers and parents.

Math Frog

 

Animal Survival – Drama and the Environment

This unit should be taught after the Science and Technology unit Understanding Life Systems: Growth and Changes in Animals. This unit explores how and why animals become extinct and what people can do to help save endangered species. It challenges the students to think about ways that they can make people aware of this important issue.

Animal Survival – Drama and the Environment

Ontario Music Educators Association

This is the collection of resources for elementary educators developed by the Ontario Music Educators Association.

Ontario Music Educators Association 

Critical Analysis Process

This resource, created by the Art Gallery of Ontario, is based upon the Critical Analysis Process and provides a series of questions to guide students when exploring artwork images.

Critical Analysis Process

Science and Technology Lesson Plans

An extensive collection of lesson plan activities for science and technology that spans from kindergarten to grade 8.

Science and Technology Lesson Plans

Science Museum

A great site from the UK with plenty of activities for students as well as helpful resources for teachers.

Science Museum 

Prime Ministers of Canada Teaching Strategies

Comprehensive teaching strategies for teaching about the Prime Ministers of Canada.

Prime Minsters of Canada Teaching Strategies

Peel Regional Health Unit

A collection of health resources for teachers created by the Peel Regional Health Unit.

Peel Regional Health Unit

 

Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines Curricular, Interschool and Intramural Activities

The Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines represent the minimum standards for risk management practice for school boards. They focus the attention of teachers, intramural supervisors and coaches on safe practices, in every activity, in order to minimize the element of risk.

The Safety Guidelines are divided into Elementary and Secondary levels, each containing three separate modules:

  • Curricular – physical education program
  • Interschool – competitive programs (practices and competitions)
  • Intramurals – physical activity/recreation activities

The Safety Guidelines apply to physical activities that occur on the school site or as part of a school sponsored trip (i.e., day trip, overnight, out of province, or out of country).

Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines Curricular, Interschool and Intramural Activities

Math Central

One of the largest sites for math resources and activities for students. Has resources in French, English, and Spanish.

Math Central