We’ve curated a list of our favourite external Earth Science resources


TED’s youth and education initiative. TED, where Technology, Entertainment and Design converge.

Below BC connects a range of audiences with all aspects of Earth Science with creative, engaging ,and compelling events and resources, online and in person. http://bbcga.com/

Several high value "hands on" activities that are great for all ages.
https://www.usgs.gov/science-support/osqi/yes/resources-teachers.

The Royal Museums Greenwich has an exceptional 3D interactive 16th century globe:
https://www.rmg.co.uk/discover/explore/3d-mercator-terrestrial-globe-virtual-tour


The American Museum of Natural History has a fantastic collection of online learning resources as well as climate change & Earth related activities. See especially “ask a scientist” and “if rocks could talk".

MineralsEd is a B.C.-based educational organization dedicated to encouraging and supporting Earth science, mineral resources and mining education in schools. They have a fantastic suite of classroom-ready resources for K-12 students written and developed by teachers to support the BC curriculum: Mineral Resources Education Program of BC.


Geoscience BC provides independent, relevant, and public Earth science research and data about British Columbia’s minerals, energy and water resources.


Vancouver Island University has an excellent selection of curated K-12 Earth Science Education resources. Including teaching activities, printable maps, and BC School curriculum connections.


The Science Education Resources Centre (SERC) provides high quality educational programs that link SERC research with hands-on, virtual, and inquiry-based learning. They have excellent resources for activities aimed at grades K-8 as well as grades 9-12.


Natural Resources Canada has an excellent self-guided tour of the Sea to Sky Highway (Vancouver to Whistler). Download the PDF here. 


The Smithsonian has created a "learning activities choice board" with great educational resources. You can also access their Learning Lab where you can "teach effectively by creating your own interactive learning experiences-or adopt exemplars made by teachers and Smithsonian experts."


The Redpath Museum at McGill University offers a vast repository of knowledge and educational resources.