Let’s Talk Science - What’s on this week?
This week the Let’s Talk Science team has added resources to our website and we have continued to explore new ideas and opportunities to support learning for caregivers and youth through STEM. Please consider sharing one of our posts on Twitter or Facebook with your community.
Additions to our STEM at Home page this week include:
· curated resources available on Wakelets including :
o Interesting Insects for K-3
o Exploring Electricity for 4-6
· and a new Wednesday Wonder challenge “What is an insect?” for K-6.
In addition to continuing to follow us on social media, and visiting our website, we encourage you to check out the time sensitive resources below!
Challenges, Competitions and Contests
Students in grades 6-8 can register to participate weekly or in the entire series of 8. This week’s Challenge topic? Earth Science!
Youth can win prizes by telling us about their idea for a job of the future by drawing a picture, making a comic strip or sending us a video. Contest details are available at http://ow.ly/dw6450zdMri.
Students have a month left to explore career and post-secondary resources in a daily quiz and earn bursary money at http://ow.ly/gLHK50zu0jw.
Visit our website often as we remain committed to updating our programs and activities on a regular basis. Questions, ideas or suggestions of how we can help? Please reach out to me directly.
Thank you for your continued support.
Let’s Talk Science
1-877-474-4081 ext. 253
A brand new website! - Same great online resources, new user experience! Find lesson ideas, multimedia resources and more for Early Years - Grade 12! Take a tour at letstalkscience.ca.
Un tout nouveau site Web ! Les mêmes ressources en ligne avec une nouvelle expérience utilisateur! Vous y trouverez des idées de projets de classe, des vidéos, articles et bien plus... pour la petite enfance au secondaire! Explorez le tout à parlonssciences.ca dès maintenant!
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