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The story of “The Punishment” according to Navajo Legend
Collection: Hummingbird Activities and Games
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Information about Canada’s wild pollinators of crop plants, why they are important and what is threatening them.
Collection: Prairie Plants and Pollinators
Creator: The Manitoba Museum
Hummingbird Flash games with Niky the hummingbird.
Collection: Hummingbird Activities and Games
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The story of “A War Hero” according to Mexican Aztec Legend
Collection: Hummingbird Activities and Games
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
A lesson on the anatomy, life cycle and pollinators of goldenrod plants.
Collection: Prairie Plants and Pollinators
Creator: The Manitoba Museum
Information about fly anatomy, life cycles and the role they play in pollinating prairie plants.
Collection: Prairie Plants and Pollinators
Creator: The Manitoba Museum
Collect and analyze resources from New Brunswick’s geological past to enhance understanding of current climate change and the sustainability of ecosystems in the 21st century.
Collection: Magnificent Rocks
Creator: New Brunswick Museum
Describes egg-laying habits of butterflies.
Collection: Butterfly Biology
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
This collection will help students identify wild prairie plants that can be grown in a garden to attract specific pollinators.
Collection: Prairie Plants and Pollinators
Creator: The Manitoba Museum
A geological introduction to non-renewable resources, in particular, the fossil fuels: oil and natural gas.
Collection: Magnificent Rocks
Creator: New Brunswick Museum
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