Hinterland Who’s Who: from the Canadian Wildlife Federation, information about a range of Canadian wildlife; Includes the video clips that were on TV when I was a kid.
Yes I Can Science: Canadian resource providing teacher materials for the science from K-12. Linked to Canadian national curriculum standards (who knew there were any?) but the “browse curriculum” feature also has the US standards.
The Canadian Ecology Centre: includes information on the School of Experiential Education offering high school credits in things like geography, science and phys.ed. in either 2 week summer camps or one semester residential programs.
Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary: does what it says on the tin; near Upper Canada Village; has a nice campsite.
A guide to the Digestive System: with links to guides for other systems; also book suggestions at the bottom of the page
Urban Bird Studies: a Cornell University website with resources for studying birds in urban settings
Einstein: supporting documentation for the American Museum of Natural History exhibition, includes learning resources and a virtual exhibition
Nancy Clark’s Biology and Chemistry resources: retired teacher; looks like lots of good material and links in here
The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, CA has a page of classroom activities to download.
National Science Teachers Association & NSF developed micro-units in grade 9 and 10 science.
Science Joy Wagon: online Physics and Chemistry materials; some free, some by subscription; physics workbooks also available
ENature: website with field guides and stuff; can search by region in North America
GEMS guides: teaching resources for a range of science topics from University of Berkley; grade levels pre-K to 8
Boreal Northwest: A Canadian science supplier
Efston: another Canadian science supplier
ProlabScientific: Another Canadian science supplier, recommended by Bob who says phone is better than online with them. (office in Ottawa)