Activities for your kids
It's not always easy to find ways to keep our kids busy during this time of confinement. See online resources that may be of interest to children of all ages.
Your kids can learn about climate change from home. Check out climatekids.ca, which features interactive games and quizzes on the subject.
Indi the Caterpillar
These videos explain what air pollution means to your health. With Indi and her friends, you will learn how to use the Air Quality Health Index scale.
Privacy education for kids
Nowadays, kids are going online earlier than ever before. The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has created activity sheets as a fun way to get the conversation started with children about the digital world and online privacy.
The Canadian Space Agency has activities for youth. Explore the three streams of the Junior Astronauts portal: science and technology, fitness and nutrition, and teamwork and communication.
Parka, our mascot
Follow the adventures of Parka, the Parks Canada mascot. Parka loves to explore, have fun, and make discoveries!
Because learning about Indigenous Peoples’ culture, history, and languages is interesting and important, Crown‑Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada presents Kids’ Stop.
Science.gc.ca has a great list of science educational resources. Have fun visiting this site and make amazing discoveries!
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