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Canada's Drainage Basins

May 20th, 2021

Celebrate With an Oceans Festival

Students of all ages prepare a celebration for Oceans Day (June 8).
Jun 1st, 2021

Clean Getaway

In this active simulation game, students work in teams to deliver a container of clean water from an inland community, down a river, to an ocean creature.
May 25th, 2022

Colouring Pages

Mar 5th, 2021

Discover Your Ocean Connections

Students create a personal mind map of their connections to the ocean, based on a resource sheet and class discussion.
Jun 1st, 2021

Educational Posters

Take a look at our unique series of field-guide style posters!
Feb 1st, 2021

Hinterland Who's Who

For more than 50 years, Hinterland Who’s Who has proudly been bringing Canada’s iconic wildlife directly into Canadians’ homes. Check out the HWW website to learn how you can help ensure wildlife remains part of what it means to be Canadian.
Feb 1st, 2021

Welcome to, Canada's gateway to a global species data sharing community. Every observation can contribute to biodiversity science, from the rarest butterfly to the most common backyard weed.
Mar 18th, 2021

Rivers to Oceans Bingo

Inspire kids to take actions for rivers and oceans with this fun bingo sheet that lists things you can do to celebrate and protect water at home, at school and in your community.
Jun 3rd, 2021

Seafaring Friends

In this activity, students discover local links to the ocean and sketch them in a map.
May 21st, 2021

Shoreline Cleanup

From plastic straws to coffee lids, everything we throw away ends up somewhere. If it doesn’t make it to a landfill, it will find its way to waterways like rivers, lakes and oceans. It really doesn’t belong there – animals can mistake that junk for food and they can get tangled up in it too. Spend some time making a body of water near you a cleaner environment for the animals that live there with your own shoreline cleanup.
Jun 1st, 2021

Wild About Whales Poster

There are about 33 whale species which visit Canadian waters, but 17 are more common, either as permanent residents or as regular visitors during the summer. With the help of this poster, you’ll get to know them better! Dive in to discover Canada’s whales!
Jun 1st, 2021

Your Path to the Ocean

Students use various resources to trace the surface waters that connect their community to the ocean, to other communities along their watershed, and to ocean wildlife.
May 21st, 2021