As spring approaches, our busiest season of the year is just around the corner! Now is the perfect time to schedule a hands-on workshop for your classroom.

Don't miss out—visit or email us at to secure your spot today!


Did you know that our program comes with topic-specific TRPs delivered straight to your inbox after the workshop? Teachers tell us that these resources are an invaluable tool for their classroom! TRPs ensure that the discoveries continue; they are curriculum-aligned and include an overview of scientific principles covered in the workshop.

Every Teacher Resource Package includes:

hands-on activities and investigations

step-by-step guidance

useful website links

free, downloadable resources

Take a sneak peek at a TRP



Exciting news alert: did you know we offer investigative workshops online in French? Dive into a 60-minute STEM adventure guided by a dynamic French-speaking presenter. Topics may vary by province, so hop on over to our website to discover what's available in your area!


✔French Website

For a completely French booking experience, head over to our French website, Scientifiques à l'école

✔Francophone Presenters

Our presenters are highly-trained with academic or professional backgrounds in STEM, and many of our French presenters are native Francophones.

✔French Program Coordinator

Our program has a dedicated French program coordinator who is committed to supporting French programs across Canada and assisting you with any French-language requests you may have.

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Ponds, birds, wetlands, and more! Check out our blog for a collection of activities to get your students excited about Earth Day. Inspire your students to venture outdoors and connect with nature. Fostering an appreciation for our planet often leads to a desire to protect it!

Read Blog: Earth Day Explorer!


Did you know that we offer workshops for summer schools? We're committed to supporting summer learning with our engaging curriculum-aligned classroom workshops and fun STEM skill-building community workshops! Whether you're working with a group of grade 4 students or a mixed-age group ranging from 4 to 12 years old, we have exciting hands-on STEM experiences to enhance your program.

Contact us at to learn more about how we can bring enriching STEM education to your summer school program!


"My students were very engaged and excited to participate in this workshop! If covered many curricular outcomes, inspired my students to be "actual scientists". They were so surprised that they got to do so many different experiments and then take them home! I had several students who completed the extra challenge left with students to do on their own time too. They are asking for more scientist time as a result of this awesome experience!"

Grade 1 Teacher after an online I Like to Move It! workshop.

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Thank you to our Exploration Level donors. Providing opportunities for hands-on exploration through STEM education helps children and youth develop a passion for learning by fostering creativity, innovation, and a deep understanding of real-world applications. Thank you for being part of our mission to get kids excited about the world around them.

*A special thank you to our multi-year partners.

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Community Foundation for Lennox & Addington |Deep River & District Community Foundation |Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador |Durham Community Foundation* |Dwight and Karen Brown Family Fund – Ottawa Community Foundation |Ecclesiastical Insurance |Ferring Pharmaceuticals |

Huronia Community Foundation – David and Delva Finch Fund |

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Huronia Community Foundation – The John and Jan MacIntyre Community Endowment Fund and The Tom and Lucille Gay Memorial Endowment Fund |

Jackman Foundation |Kawartha Credit Union |LabX Charity Fund at Huronia Community Foundation |London Community Foundation – Acorn Fund for Youth – In Honour of Terry Campbell* |Municipality of South Bruce (South Bruce Community Liaison Committee)* |Pelham Rotary Club |PUC Inc. |RBC Digital OMNI Team |

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Scientists in School is a registered Canadian charity: 867139537RR0001
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