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Math & Science
Math and science are two key skills in academics. Not only are they important subjects in themselves, but they help form the basis of the logical mind, which improves their overall learning skills as they get older. These links are to age-appropriate math and science websites.
This school year, math students in Grades 7 to 10 will have access to live interactive online math assistance. This site is called Homework Help and it is free, real-time math tutoring by certified Ontario teachers. Homework Help also offers a wealth of supporting math resources and tools!
Students will have access to examples of questions, interactive lessons, mini-quizzes and more. They will also be able to see colourful, animated tutorials that provide support for solving word problems and possibly shine new light on math concepts.
It's not just for kids, it's for everyone. If you are looking for basic chemistry help and information, stay on this site. We have information on matter, atoms, elements, the periodic table, reactions, and biochemistry. If you're not sure what to click, try our site map that lists all of the topics on the site. If you get lost in all of the information, use the search function at the top or bottom of each page.
A changing climate presents risks and opportunities for Canada’s regions and resource sectors. As a vast country with a diverse climate and economy, addressing climate change in Canada requires targeted and collaborative action that reduces greenhouse gas emissions (mitigation) and increases our ability to adapt to climate impacts.
Teachers and librarians can confidently encourage students to use Funbrain during their free time in class, assured that kids will enjoy an educational, safe online learning experience. Funbrain's games help students build on what they have learned in class and acquire new skills in reading, math, and problem solving.
Raymond Smullyan, a Mathematician, Philosopher and author of several outstanding books of logical puzzles, tells, in one of his books, a revealing story. A friend invited him for dinner. He told Smullyan that his teenage son was crazy about Smullyan's books and could not wait to meet him. The friend warned Smullyan not to mention that he is a Mathematician and that Logic is a part of Mathematics because the young fellow hated Mathematics.
This gateway to architecture around the world and across history documents a thousand buildings and hundreds of leading architects, selected over ten years by the editors of ArchitectureWeek, with photographic images and architectural drawings, integrated maps and timelines, 3D building models, commentaries, bibliographies, web links, and more, for famous designers and structures of all kinds.