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The Super Bowl: an event that goes beyond its sport!

The 57th Super Bowl is coming soon! More than 110 million Americans won't miss this game for anything. Comparing teams and quarterbacks, surveying interest in this sports extravaganza, producing an infographic or trailer to present your analysis of the results... there are plenty of ideas to make connections with learning!

Groundhog Day: between probability and folklore!

February 2 is Groundhog Day. Halfway between winter and spring, that's when North America's most popular groundhogs set out in search of their shade to announce an early spring ... or not.

Celebrating the passage to the new year

January 1 marks the beginning of a new year in the Gregorian (or solar) calendar. Here are some ideas for activities to mark the beginning of the new year with your students.

Eco-epidemiology: when germs make the good life!

These days, we hear a lot about the respiratory viruses that affect young people and overflow hospitals in Canada and elsewhere in the world. And that's not counting the traditional nuisances of gastros and lice, which don't take a vacation either! A look at eco-epidemiology, an emerging discipline that focuses on the environmental factors that influence disease transmission.

A Northern Community on the Front Lines of Global Warming

Tuktoyaktuk is an Inuvialuit hamlet located in the very north of the Northwest Territories. This village of less than 1000 inhabitants is threatened to disappear at any moment. There, in the Great North, global warming is far from being an abstract concept and it is an entire community that risks being engulfed by the next big wave. Let's take a closer look.

Ideas for activities to discover Christmas

Here are some ideas for classroom activities on the theme of Christmas. We create a quiz, discover traditions around the world, write to Santa to ask him for a book, share traditional recipes and enter into the elves' madness!

Black Friday or No Purchase Day?

In the following activities, we learn about the origin of “Black Friday” and No Buy Day, compare the two ethically and create a crazy math review quiz. crazy!

Movember: the mustaches of November!

For several years, the month of November has been synonymous with mustache. In fact, the Movember movement invites men to grow a “Mo” (mustache) for thirty days in order to promote men's health.

November 11: remembering who and what?

On November 11, as every year, Remembrance Day ceremonies are held across Canada to commemorate the 1918 Armistice.

Halloween: legendary party!

Halloween is the ultimate children's party. Costumes, candy, decorations, everything is there to make this day memorable! The traditions surrounding October 31, when pumpkins of all sizes and colors dot the route of families in search of the best treats in their neighborhood, have origins that go back more than 2500 years. This guide invites you to trace the history of this holiday and write your own legend!

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