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SubjectGradeTitleDescriptionLinkDate Added
Science5Electricity Consumption MonitoringMonitoring the usage of electricity in homesClick2020-06-22
Science7Methods Used in Studying the EarthDescribe and demonstrate methods used in the scientific study of Earth and in observing and
interpreting its component materials
Science7Heat and TemperatureExplain how human needs have led to technologies for obtaining and controlling thermal energy and to increased use of energy resourcesClick2020-02-04
Science7Heat and Temperature: Nature of Thermal EnergyDescribe the nature of thermal energy and its effects on different forms of matter, using informal observations, experimental evidence and modelsClick2020-02-04
Science7Thermal ExpansionDescribe the nature of thermal energy and its effects on different forms of matter, using informal observations, experimental evidence and modelsClick2020-02-04
Science7 - 10Climate ChangeUse data about global temperatures, arctic sea ice, and global sea level to demonstrate evidence for climate change due to human impact.Click2018-09-17
Science7 - 10Science Lab Report TemplateAn interactive template for science lab reports including entering and graphing observational dataClick2020-02-04
Science7 - 12Changement climatiqueEnquêter sur les données relatives au changement climatiqueCliquez2020-04-21
Science8Light TransmissionInvestigate the transmission of light, and describe its interaction with different surfacesClick2019-03-15
Science8Light and Optical SystemsInvestigate and explain the science of image formation and visionClick2020-02-04
Science9Sources of EnergyExplore different renewable and non-renewable sources of energyClick2020-02-04
Science9Exploring the Solar SystemExplore about the origins and astronomical bodies of our solar system and the universeClick2020-02-04
Science9Electrical ConductivityIn this lab experiment, students are asked to measure and record the conductivity of different solutions, and are able to compare their results with live readings from the local water treatment plantClick2018-09-17
Science9Conductivité électriqueMesurer et comparer la conductivité électriqueCliquez2020-04-21
Science9Canadian Electricity GenerationVisualizing data about how electricity is produced in CanadaClick2020-12-10
Science9Concentration and pHIdentify processes for measuring the quantity of different substances in the environment and for monitoring air and water qualityClick2020-02-04
Science10Balancing Chemical EquationsRepresent chemical reactions and conservation of mass symbolically using models, word and skeleton equations and balanced chemical equationsClick2020-02-04
Science10Chemical NomenclatureNaming ionic and molecular compoundsClick2020-06-22
Science10ClimatographsCreate graphs of average temperature and precipitation for any locationClick2020-03-24
Science10 - 11Classifying Chemical ReactionsChemistry - Predict products of the five basic types of chemical reactions and evaluate the impact of these reactions on society and the environmentClick2020-02-04
Science10 - 12Modèle de rapport de laboratoireUn modèle pour les rapports de laboratoireCliquez2020-04-21
Science10 - 12Désintégration radioactiveEnquêter sur la décroissance radioactiveCliquez2020-04-21
Science10 - 12COVID-19 around the worldVisualize the total number of confirmed, recovered, and deaths in the COVID-19 pandemicClick2020-04-21
Science11Uniform and Uniformly Accelerated MotionDevelop qualitative and quantitative understanding of uniform and uniformly accelerated motionClick2019-03-15
Science11Projectile MotionPhysics - Explore and model projectile motionClick2018-09-17
Science11Mathematics of PitchPhysics - Learn about the connection between the pitch of notes and fractionsClick2020-02-04
Science11Mathematics of SoundPhysics - Learn about the connection between sound vibrations and beats, chirps, and pulsesClick2020-02-04
Science11Static And Kinetic FrictionPhysics - Explain, qualitatively and quantitatively, static and kinetic forces of friction acting on an objectClick2020-02-04
Science11Stoichiometry and Limiting ReactantsUse stoichiometry to determine the relative amounts of substances consumed and produced in chemical reactionsClick2020-02-04
Science11Newton's Third LawLearn about Newton's third law of motionClick2019-03-15
Science11Newton's Second LawApply Newton's second law of motion to explain, qualitatively, the relationships among net force, mass and accelerationClick2020-02-04
Science11Newton's First LawExplore Newton's First Law with simulationsClick2018-09-17
Science11Reflections of LightExamine, using physical materials, ray diagrams and mathematical equations, how waves reflect from a variety of barriersClick2020-02-04
Science11Specific and Latent HeatAnalyze, qualitatively and quantitatively, the effect of heat on matter during temperature changes and changes of state using kinetic molecular theoryClick2020-02-04
Science12Alpha, Beta and Gamma RadiationDescribe the nature and properties, including the biological effects, of alpha, beta and gamma radiationClick2020-02-04
Science12Nuclear DecayExplore simulations of the nuclear decay of elements and half life calculationsClick2018-09-17
Science12Body ElectricityInvestigate the body's electrical signals while exercising and at rest using a micro:bitClick2020-11-21
Science12Visualizing Exponential GrowthExploring the logarithmic scale and exponential growth with COVID-19 case dataClick2020-12-10
Science12Non-logarithmic Half Life CalculationsPerform simple, nonlogarithmic half-life calculationsClick2020-02-04

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