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!

Explore Learning

This resource offers a range of online math and science simulations called “Gizmos” for use in classrooms. Access through school boards.

Explore Learning

Black History Month Resource, Toronto Star Classroom Connection

This FREE Black History Month resource will help educators and students to gain knowledge about the history and contributions of African civilizations and people of African descent in Canada while using media literacy skills as a vehicle to explore various aspects of Black history.
This guide will also help teachers and students to develop a critical understanding of the socio-historical context of the history of Black Canadians. Through an exploration of the African civilization of Nubia, aspects of Canada’s Black history, and learning about remarkable individuals who have contributed to uncovering and preserving African stories or improving the lives and outcomes of Black Canadians.

Black History Month Resource, Toronto Star Classroom Connection

Mr. Collinson’s Science Site

This site is created by Mike Collinson, a science teacher. There are full science units for grades 1-4 including lesson plans, worksheets, tests, and activities.

Mr. Collinson’s Science Site

French Video Collection for the Classroom

This site offers videos for Primary Core French and Junior Core French. Since they are intended for Primary Core or Immersion classes, they are suitable for FASL students Junior (some Intermediate).

French Video Collection for the Classroom

Teach Nutrition

Created by registered dietitians for Ontario teachers, this website offers nutrition education to help children learn about healthy eating. Grade level appropriate information and activities.

Teach Nutrition

Royal Ontario Museum: Activities and Resources

This site offers activities, games and resources that can be integrated into any social studies lessons. You can search the site using curriculum keywords.

Royal Ontario Museum: Activities and Resources

Admongo.gov: U.S. Federal Trade Commission

This site offers resources, lesson plans and activities to help children ages 8-12 to become better informed consumers by actively discerning advertisements in the media.

Admongo.gov: U.S. Federal Trade Commission

Incredible Art: Lesson Plans

This site offers art lessons plans for all grades and inclusive of art from all over the world WITH art history to accompany it.

Incredible Art: Lesson Plans

Reading and Writing Stories

This website is a hands-on program that allows students to use artwork to inspire writing. Students arrange images in a sequence and begin writing a story to go along. The whole class is involved and students can write reviews and commentaries regarding their peers work.

Reading and Writing Stories

French As A Second Language with M. Renaud

This website provides a lot of hands-on and informative FSL resources and activities, including free printouts. It is a compilation of resources for students, parents, and educators, put together by a Canadian French teacher, Pierre Renaud.

French As A Second Language with M. Renaud