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Natural History Notebooks:
Find lots of fascinating facts about 246 animal species! You'll also learn about the amazing diversity of life on Earth, and why it's important to protect it.
Dinosaurs were warm-blooded, T. rex was a fearsome predator, and birds ARE dinosaurs -- because it just wouldn't be cool any other way.
Just For Kids:
A really fun site from the great people at the Hostpital for Sick Children.
Bam! Body & Mind:
Got a question about Fitness? Disease? Peer Pressure. Bam! Body & Mind will tell you all you need to know about all the stuff that matters.
Your Gross and Cool Body:
Follow Wendell the Worm and Dora as they explore gross body sounds and yucky body parts to bring you answers.
Canadian Heroes in Fact of Fiction:
Our literary and cultural artifacts reveal a rich tapestry of historical and fictional figures who have at some time captured the public imagination, and who reflect the dynamism and diversity of the Canadian mosaic.
Listing the profiles for 266 Canadian scientists in 39 areas of expertise and with links to other science biography sites.
Well Known People Who Happen to be Canadian:
Including Actors, Actresses, Artists, Astronauts, Athletes, Authors, Entertainers, Journalists, Musicians and Scientists.
First among equals, the Prime Minister in Canadian life and politics.
Pioneer Life in Upper Canada:
Where did the pioneers come from? Where did they settle? Who was already there? What was it like to live in a pioneer village?
CMA Kids Egyptomania:
Learn about life in ancient Egypt, Mummies, games and crafts.
Black History in Canada:
The African-Canadian population is made up of individuals from a range of places across the globe including the United States, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, and Canada.
Ontario History Quest:
Here you will learn about Ontario's history - its people, their dreams, struggles and achievements. Explore the past from images of original letters, diaries, pictures and other documents.
The Fur Trade & HBC:
This site is about the fur trade in Canada and how it led to the exploration of the country and the formation of the oldest and largest company in Canadian history: Hudson's Bay Company.
Life in the Middle Ages:
Life in the Middle Ages was sometimes heroic, entertaining, and romantic, as well as harsh, uncertain, and often dangerous.
National Geographic Kids:
Find articles and pictures about geography, popular science, world history, culture, current events and photography of places and things all over the world!
National Geographic Polar Bears with Photographer Norbert Rosing:
The melting of its sea ice habitat has reduced the polar bear's ability to find sufficient food, making it more endangered than ever. Learn more...
Chemistry is the study of MATTER and the changes that take place with that matter. Find information on matter, atoms, elements, the periodic table, and more.
Learn about meteorology, a science that deals with the atmosphere and its phenomena and especially with weather and weather forecasting.
Learn about Volcanoes with lessons, pictures, games, and information, current eruptions reports, faq's, art, and volcano pages.
NASA for Kids:
Fun games and clips including: Buzz Lightyear Travels to Space, STS-124 Picture Switcher Game, Explore Space With WALL-E, NASA Words for Kids.
Canadian Museum of Science & Technology:
Fun games including puzzles, Music to my Ears, Discover Materials, Invention Gallery and Famous Canadian Inventions.
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